The man who you're referring to will one day either be in jail or making me McNuggets.
It's hilarious because I apparently almost fought him a few weeks ago at a friend's cottage when I was hammered. NOBODY wanted him there but one person and he was being a huge buzzkill. My phone was on speaker dock and we were listening to tunes while playing King's Cup and he took my phone off and slammed it down saying something like, "I'm not listening to this ****". He then put on his own ****. So I apparently yelled at him to not touch my ****ing phone and of course his first response is "do you wanna fight?" And I reply, "Yes". He walks away.
Great weekend. I have another hilarious story about him that weekend.
Originally Posted by CanadianHockey
When you try to be something you aren't, you don't come across with confidence, and it is an instant red flag.
And the truth is that confidence is huge. You NEED to have confidence but the problem is that people confuse confidence with cockiness or being a D-bag. You can be confident and still be a nice guy. The most effective combo.
After being heart broken myself several times, I've found out one thing: regardless if it works or not, always be the nice guy. Don't try and act cool. Don't try and act tough. Act as who you are. As ****ing corny and stupid as that sounds, it'll do you much more good than bad. If a girl can truly appreciate that and accept that, then the relationship is bound to work much better than one that happens because a girl is attracted to you either being "cool" or a dick. And even if things don't work out with the girl, you can still look yourself in the mirror and know that being able to be there for someone when they are down and be gentle and caring is a lot more valuable than trying/being "cool" or "chill".
The "cool" thing doesn't work for real, honest relationships. That was my go to attitude when trying to create a relationship before, but that just doesn't work unless you're a Masson, and the girls it does work on aren't worth your time when it's all said and done.
Pretty much the best way to sum up how I feel about relationships, the only thing I might be able to add is that a relationship based of being "cool" is completely meaningless.
Unfortunately a lot of people don't take this advice