1. "I am a nice guy"

Self-proclaimed ‘nice guys’ are the worst. They are selfish liars from start to finish. When men go around claiming that they’re a 'nice guy’ or a 'bad boy’, it says very little about their true character. The only thing it tells you is how they wish to be perceived. A genuinely nice guy does not need to declare his niceness or how big his heart is on a billboard. Truly nice people are not boastful of their kindness. 'Nice guys’ are always trying to convince you how nice they are. They’ll try to show you how much better off you’d be with them rather than that 'jerk’ you’ve got your eyes on. They’ll do nice things for you, go out of their way for you, make you feel good and then think that you owe it to them. That just because they’ve been nice to you, they deserve to touch you, be with you, have you. And when 'nice guys’ get rejected or their love is unrequited, they will see it as a punishment for being 'nice’. They’ll whine and play the victim when they don’t get what they want from their dishonest ways. They are emotionally manipulative; they know which cards to play and when to play it.
'Nice guys’ are not nice at all.