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nice guy

A teenaged or adult male who is dependably friendly and compassionate, to the point of being seen as too boring, unchallenging, or uninspiring to be romantically involved with. I'm tired of just being the nice guy that no girl wants to date. I want to be seen as edgy, dangerous even—someone no girl can resist!
See also: guy, nice
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The There's Something About Mary star, 43, slipped in her high heels as she got into a car after a night out at The Nice Guy in LA.
TOM Hanks says fans are so used to him playing the nice guy that they refuse to accept him as anything else, even when he's KILLING people.
People before you have been fooled by the nice guy.
However, being the nice guy that he is, Craig told organisers that he would make it up to them in future.
And Lennox Lewis beating Mike Tyson shows the nice guy can win - I was really pleased because I thought Tyson would rip his head off
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The beard, made famous by Brookside's Bobby Grant and The Royle Family's Jim Royle, or the Nice Guy Eddie look.
The Nice Guys, to us, are similar in their smiling hypocrisy.
Only the Nice Guys and their Pollution Establishment stand in the way.
The story of GF55, it seems, is the story of the nice guys finally finishing first.
Houllier should forget about the nice guys and buy some players or we will no doubt end up in the first division.
Louis, donated the services of a Genesys(TM) SDX 500 generator set to provide lighting and sound power in Barcelona for Nik and the Nice Guys, a musical group out of Rochester, N.
Nik and the Nice Guys leader Gary Webb said the Genesys generator donated by MagneTek will be used at all performances during the Olympics in Spain.
Jackie would tell us who the nice guys were and who wasn't.