My first contribution to TRP.
I met this girl recently and went on her timeline to get a sense of who she is. To my amazement, I discovered this gem. This was originally posted when the girl was 18. She reblogged it on FB in 2016 when she was 22 and I couldn't help but laugh as I was reading it while simultaneously being amazed at her self-awareness at a young age. Enjoy reading the inner thinking of women when it deals with mate selections...
"So I have been thinking about why girls are not attracted to the “nice” guys. It has come to my attention that those “bad” guys as we call them are in fact cooler and more outgoing than the nice guys. They know just the thing to say to make a girl feel happy and to make her smile. Yes, their words might be fake and their intentions might not be the most ideal, but at least they know the tricks needed to succeed in life.
Darwin’s theory of survival has taught us survival of the fittest. To all the nice guys out there: it’s not that we don’t like you and friendzoned you because you are so nice, it is because you are shy, insecure, and somewhat conceited. You think you are so “nice”, the best person a girl could ask for if we gave you guys a chance. How can we give you a chance if you are hiding behind that “I am nice” persona. Just be yourself.
It is true that girls are attracted to coolness and maturity. Those things takes time to develop you can’t be cool right away. Nevertheless, have no fear, there’s hope. In time, as the marriage age comes around, us girls will stop looking for the cool guys who would set our heart rate racing.
No, our ideal person would change. [We] no longer need someone to give us a roller coaster of emotions, we will look for a person who is caring, successful, and sweet. Someone we could call our best friend.
Hey nice guys out there, for now you are the shoulder to cry on, the person we come to when our problems are too heavy for us to carry. You will [be] the first thought on our mind when we feel ugly, insecure, and terrible because we know you won’t judge us and because we know you are won’t hurt us. We won’t run to our boyfriends and complain and act dramatic.
There is a certain level of closeness when we become afraid of [the boyfriend] judging us; we hand picked our words to make sure everything would be “perfect”. But to the “nice” guys we speak our mind, pour our tears, and spill our hearts.
YOU guys still have hope. Just because you might not be perfect for us now doesn’t that that would persist. The world is changing by the second and the nice guys would also change. So that someday, just someday you guys might become more than just a guy friend to a girl.
To all the nice guys out there: one day we might free you from the the friendzone and call you not someone who is a more than a friend, but a soul mate, the best friend a girl could ever call hers forever."
Alphas give me a roller coaster of emotions. I know they lie, but it feels so good.
Darwin's survival of the fittest primes males. Man the fuck up and own who you are.
I will settle down for a beta when thinking about marriage. Go ahead and line up for me once I'm done with the "bad" guys. I will evaluate your successes and make a decision between my betas.
The writing gets worse as you read and harder to understand with grammatical errors, but you get the general idea. Of course subconsciously or consciously, she forgets to mention a crucial aspect. She will still get tingles from Chad while the "newly wed un-friendzoned beta" provides the "boring stuff."