And you know exactly the type of people I'm referring to.
You'll be standing on a packed 7 train in the middle August, like a sweat-infused tin of sardines, with fluid from the air conditioning dripping on your forehead like new age Chinese water torture. You can't help but start to question his ulterior motives.
You’re the first to admit it, because unlike the rest of the world, who thinks it's and act, you know she’s the realist most kind person you know.
She’ll give you her heart…She values you, your company and attention. Once you fall in love with the girl who is “too nice,�?
She’s the girl whose goodness, will make you feel bad about yourself. To the ones who analyze themselves, wondering what is wrong when you’re only doing your best. And to those people who consider taking on the challenge, this is what you should expect. This is the girl who thrives based on her sensitivity. You’ll look in her eyes and you’ll question if she’s real. If you ever say anything mean, she won’t add to the conversation. She has taught you to see things and see the good in things.
An unkind word will ruin her day, because she doesn’t utter mean words. She’ll overthink these things, and get through it by embracing pain and walking away from it. While you might be livid, for someone treating her badly, she isn’t. More than that, see where you can make things better. Oblivious is a word you can use…She’ll carelessly lives her life as she has, helping others, loving others and seeking good in everyone and everything.
We were none too pleased with this: Maybe we are not old fashioned enough, but we figured if a girl makes it out of the New York subway, she should easily capable (and independent) enough to walk five blocks to a bar.
His worst showing of being too nice was when he was on a first date with a girl and he walked her into the subway station (behind the turnstile-- he paid even though he wasn't riding the train), and waited with her for the train to come. Here are some ways that this could ring true: Hey, a good friend is hard to find.
I don't want to tell anyone what to do, or whom to trust, but that's just how I feel. Is anybody ever really that nice or that happy without having ulterior motives?She’s the kind girl with a big heart, who few people date. Quite contrary actually, she’s too good for just about everyone. Which might hurt you more than any unkind word, you might have said to her. She doesn’t look down on anyone unless she’s helping them up.She’s the girl who is nice and that alone intimidates the shit out of people. It just takes a very rare person, who is worthy of being with you. It’ll always be you angrier than her, she feels pain over anger. She’ll walk away with a one liner, that makes you feel guilty and she’ll leave you to think about it. She’s the first to donate money or her time or help anyone in need. You’ll suddenly see things in the world you probably looked past.Nothing against these occupations (not that being a punk is an occupation).But the more important part of this conversation is that Jill stated that Dave (who adores her) is too nice.