Now that I’m writing it all out, it’s funny because that doesn’t sound like a nice guy it just sounds like a good person; but anyway back to the topic at hand…. I think we are mixing up with LAMES (explanation will soon follow); and to me lames deserve to finish last!
How often have you heard the saying “Nice guys finish last”? Ok, ok, ok, calm down fellas, allow me to explain myself.
Time flies and our culture has evolved into a plethora of new things. Might as well drop it ‘cause nobody would want to hear the rest of it. Plus, it really makes you sound like the most arrogant man in the world. If I were the girl who heard this, I wouldn’t know what to say. In the dating arena of the 21st Century where everything is adorned with the contemporary culture of the internet, you might want to think twice before using the old and gross punchlines! With a melismatic style of writing, his knack of superfluous verbosity is strikingly evident.
Therefore, it’s important to ride with the tide with today’s catch phrases and avoid the lame lines below by all means. That’s what I would say if someone I know actually has the guts to use this on a girl. When he's not hooked up with his Mimi tunes, Archer can be found dealing with programming codes as he is also working as a Software Engineer at one of the IT companies in the metro.
Woman go out with a lame for a few free drinks, dinner and some cheap compliments to boost her ego because guess what, lames are easy to take advantage of.
So fellas, be aware of the image you project to the world.
"Dekho bhai, milna hai toh kahi bhi mil jayenge," says Kothari, adding how he met Rashmi through Vee and are happy with gym sessions, movies and dinners.
"Abhi koi kabootar toh hai nahi meri chitthi le jane ke liye, toh Tindering hi sahi." But the internet can be too ambiguous sometimes And looking for a significant other online can bring its fair share of risks with it.
Two business rivals who despise each other in real life unwittingly fall in love over the internet." This is the basic plot of the 1998 Hollywood rom-com You've Got Mail. With various dating apps crowding the digital space, "swipe, meet, repeat" may be the new go-to move by the millennials.
Many Indians are swiping right to register a "like" or left to skip ahead to the next one.
While there are a flurry of apps like Tinder, Vee, Truly Madly, Happn and OKCupid which use geotagging, algorithms and math to determine who is a good match within seconds, the concept, quite different from social networking platforms because of the fact that they have been specifically designed for dating people, is picking up pace quite slowly.
Some who are not privy to the workings of online dating are reluctant to try it because of security reasons and a general assumption that people you meet online aren't as genuine as people you meet in person. those who are desperate for attention," says Raghav Parashar, a Delhi-based IT professional.
by Adam Butler Full disclosure: I consider myself to be a pretty nice guy, and I’m no stranger to the nice guy title.