He is too stupid to realize the reason women don’t find him attractive is because he feels sorry for himself, he concludes that women like to be treated like shit.
Men who suffer from NGS vary from the angst filled teenager with no date on friday night to the 49 year old man who has never been married or had a meaningful relationship with a woman.
- nice, friendly personality
- lower than average self-confidence
- frequent high-fives with females
- socially awkward
- perpetually single
- has numerous friends that are girls
- often seen wearing plaids
- hugs women using the A-Frame technique
"Sorry Bill, you're a good guy, but I'm not interested like that."
"You're such a bitch! You won't date me because I've been a good person to you."
"I think you have a case of nice guy syndrome."
- being too nice
- never disagreeing
- a need to please others
- blaming the friendzone
- fear of rejection
- unstable self-esteem
- thinking girls should lust for you acting overly nice...
- ...self-pity when reality
The exact cause of NGS is unknown, though professionals agree a common factor is acting like a faggot with no backbone in a competitive dating scene.
If you think bitches constantly friend-zone you and only hook up with douches when you're obviously superior because of how supar nice and affectionate you are... then you may suffer from NGS.
- Dying alone
- Getting used
- Crying yourself to sleep
The first step is realizing that you are the problem and girls are simply not attracted to insecurity and fail. Your doctor can often prescribe a swift kick in the ass for your balls to drop, which should help develop confidence. Thick skin and a personality are also recommended.
David: Well have you tried busting a move or flirting or something?
Jake: No way I don't wanna come off like a douche. I mean what if she doesn't like that or something.
David: So.... you're just nice? That's it?
Jake: Not *just* nice, I'm also totally a great listener and willing to do anything they want without complaining.
David: And this is every time? Dude... That sounds like some kinda nice guy syndrome. Ouch.
Kate: Hey what about that Jake guy? He's totally into you and kinda cute.
Megan: lol I had no idea. The guy's super nice and a great listener but he never flirts or makes a move. I figured he just wasn't into me. Besides, it feels like he's sucking up to me sometimes. Such a snorefest, not really into that.
Joe: I really can't - I've got nice guy syndrome."