30 Examples Of ‘Nice Girls’, A Female Equivalent Of The Toxic ‘Nice Guys’ (New Pics)
By now, you're probably familiar with the term nice guy. Online, it usually means a male who is unassertive, fails to express his true feelings and intentions, and when dating, he'll dishonestly use acts of friendship and basic social etiquette in the sole hope that his effort will progress to a romantic or sexual relationship. They're the self-proclaimed gentlemen of the internet.
But this — let's call it personality type — isn't exclusive to men. Women can possess it too. And nothing proves it's universal nature better than the subreddit r/NiceGirls. This online community has 804K members, and they're constantly sharing chat logs, social media posts, and other forms of content where questionable ladies reveal their true colors.
From those who forbid their boyfriend to buy stuff from female sellers to the ones that cheat on their partners whenever they find someone taller, here's to thinking that you deserve the world.
For more nice girls, check out Bored Panda's earlier article on the subreddit here.
I'm A Heterosexual Male That Goes To Cosmetology School. Had This Interaction With An Anonymous Person That Goes To My School. I've Never Given Anybody At School My Phone Number
Bored Panda managed to get in touch with the moderators of r/NiceGirls one more time, and they were again kind enough to have a little chat with us. After all, looking after such a big subreddit requires its fair share of time and energy.
"We have to do a lot of sifting through the content," the mod team said. "The main issues that we normally have are people who do not censor their content and dox the subjects of their images, be it from being lazy and not reading the subreddit rules or being spiteful."
Derived from the term "dropping docs," doxing is the act of revealing someone's personal information online. People can then harass, threaten, or even somehow get revenge on these individuals. The mods are doing everything they can to make sure this doesn't happen.
She Thought She Could Pull A #freefoodfriday On Him But Homeboy Didn’t Play That
Finished Second Date Tonight, Told Her Didn’t Think Things Would Work Out. Seemed Okay With It. Just Got This Right After I Got Home
Out of all the reasons why women end up featured on the subreddit, the moderators think that having double standards is probably the most common one. "Another humorous classic is the 'Well, I was joking, I have a boyfriend' excuse," they added.
However, there's plenty to choose from. As the subreddit's 'About' section reads, it is waiting for all women who complain that "guys are only interested in sluts." For all who hold others to the highest possible standard but have no standards for themselves.
"We welcome content that is definitely worth posting in the r/NiceGirls subreddit as long as appropriate and genuine efforts are made to censor the subject's identity," the mods highlighted. "We do not permit doxing nor do we encourage doxing. We want to enjoy and laugh at a subject's ignorant posts or actions, and not bring negative attention to a subject themselves."
We've talked a lot about the similarities or nice guys and nice girls, but what about the differences? "In some of our experiences, the former are creepier than the latter, though this viewpoint is always subjective and there are exceptions to it," one of the mods said.
"As a woman, I've never heard of a self-proclaimed nice girl turning violent," another added. "However, most women I've known have met at least one self-proclaimed nice guy that made them genuinely fear for their safety. Which is not to say that women don't have the potential to be dangerous, or aren't dangerous-but I personally have not heard of a woman stalking a man and committing acts of violence because he spurned her advances."
And she definitely has a point. According to research, while males and females tend to display similar levels of indirect aggression (for example, spreading rumors to hurt someone’s reputation, men are way more likely to express their aggression directly through physical violence or verbal abuse. Global statistics on crime support this notion as men are responsible for the vast majority of violence across the world.
So while there may be a somewhat equal number of nice guys and girls, the first will probably act out on their impulses more.
Matched With Her, Her Social Media Was Full Of Anti-Covid Propoganda, So I Told Her It Wasn't Going To Work Out. Then This Happened
Ah Yes, Because If A Man Is In A Relationship, It Is Law That He Can Only Speak To Women He Is Related To
Context: Ex Cheated On Me, On My Birthday... And Didn't Tell Me Until I Drove An Hour And A Half To See Her First, Had Sex And Had A Few Beers So I Couldn't Leave. This Is The Exchange We Had Today, I Was Honestly Just Expecting An Apology And Maybe Some Maturity But I Guess That's Too Much To Ask
Nice Girl Thinks She's The Number 1 Priority In Her Friend's Life
Shared By A Facebook Friend. The Word You're Looking For Is "Abuser"
I Don't Know If It Counts But This Girl Is Saying Cheating Is Ok. I Felt Disgusted When I Saw It. I Felt Like Sharing It
"I Was Only Being Nice" Proceeds To Guilt Trip The Hell Out Of My Buddy
So I Let Down This Girl From The States Cause We Matched On Tinder Because I Don’t Do Ldr’s And Then This Happens
Hope This Is The Right Place To Post This, But As Context: This Girl Posts Selfies Daily - The Hypocrisy
My Cousin Posts This Crap But Then Goes And Hits Her Ex BF With A Car
I Wasnt Constantly Replying To Her Texts, And After We Both Agreed To Break It Off She “Accidentally” Sends Me A Tiktok About How Men Don’t Date Intelligent Women Due To Insecurities.
She’s Literally Cheated On My Friend And Constantly Refers To Herself As A “Nice Girl” Who “Isn’t Like Other Girls”
Mhm About Me?
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