Nice Guys

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    Feb 09, 2013 3:59 PM GMT
    ok i am in the mood to hear some accounts of the nicest thing a guy has ever done for you....you could be dating him or just a guy who you flirt with here and there. What is the nicest or most romantic thing a guy has ever done for you? As i look through the forums and i sometimes see guys complaining about their bad lovers, husbands and datees etc. So i thought why not make this thread.

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    Feb 09, 2013 4:24 PM GMT
    no one ever does nice things for me icon_cry.gif
  • calibro

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    Feb 09, 2013 5:06 PM GMT
    Claystation saidno one ever does nice things for me icon_cry.gif


    i thought cash gave you crabs
  • Fritter

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    Feb 09, 2013 5:07 PM GMT
    Claystation saidno one ever does nice things for me icon_cry.gif


    Need a hug? Is that something nice? icon_confused.gif
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    Feb 09, 2013 5:11 PM GMT
    Lol! I like this, sounds positive and uplifting! A little while ago there was this guy I was super interested, and one night I was telling him how I would like to go to Stanford university as I wanted to do something great. He then said, "I always thought you were the greatest with all the things you do". Swoon...Then he would always tell me how perfect I was, and that everything I touched was gold. It didn't work out of course, but still those were some very nice times! icon_wink.gif
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    Feb 09, 2013 5:16 PM GMT
    calibro said

    i thought cash gave you crabs


    He made me pay for those icon_neutral.gif
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    Feb 09, 2013 5:17 PM GMT
    I went to Vegas for a conference and when I entered my hotel room, there was a bottle of my favorite red wine and a box of chocolates on the table. I thought I had the wrong room so I called room service. They said there was a card on the table with my name on it. It was from my bf stating he hoped I have fun. It was the nicest and most romantic thing anyone has ever done for me. icon_smile.gif
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    Feb 09, 2013 5:37 PM GMT
    In 2009, I tore my distal biceps tendon. Ick. I was uninsured. For nearly three months, I tried to get someone to help me. I met a doctor, from another country, where they have public health care, who had graduated top of his class at MIT in Bio Medical Engineering, and top of his class at John Hopkins in Orthopedics.

    He was one of only two doctors who would agree to see me. No "American" doctors would even see me. When he saw me, and asked him "What do we do now?" he said, "We fix it. You've been lifting for too long to let it go and we want our patients to get the care they need."

    I received a top notch, state of the art, double incision distal biceps tendon repair for free. The medical guys donated their time. Everything but the OR was donated, which the county paid for.

    Thanks, Doc.

    We, as Americans, need to think of us in the U.S., rather than them. This is a true story. It really happened, and my bicep is awesome. :-)

    One very nice guy, with some very nice friends. Thanks guys.
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    Feb 09, 2013 6:08 PM GMT
    chuckystud saidIn 2009, I tore my distal biceps tendon. Ick. I was uninsured. For nearly three months, I tried to get someone to help me. I met a doctor, from another country, where they have public health care, who had graduated top of his class at MIT in Bio Medical Engineering, and top of his class at John Hopkins in Orthopedics.

    He was one of only two doctors who would agree to see me. No "American" doctors would even see me. When he saw me, and asked him "What do we do now?" he said, "We fix it. You've been lifting for too long to let it go and we want our patients to get the care they need."

    I received a top notch, state of the art, double incision distal biceps tendon repair for free. The medical guys donated their time. Everything but the OR was donated, which the county paid for.

    Thanks, Doc.

    We, as Americans, need to think of us in the U.S., rather than them. This is a true story. It really happened, and my bicep is awesome. :-)

    One very nice guy, with some very nice friends. Thanks guys.


    Man, that's greaticon_exclaim.gif
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    Feb 09, 2013 6:11 PM GMT
    My best friend took my car to get an oil change once when I was freaking out about finals. Great guy.
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    Feb 09, 2013 6:27 PM GMT
    I've been trying to think of something really nice some guy or X did for me out of the goodness of his heart and that was not done for their own self-gratification, and every time something came to mind, there was an underlying alterior motive for doing it. Then I remember the stranger that helped me along the road of life when I had been jumped by 4 guys after coming out of a gay bar and was being beaten and kicked. He yelled from down the block that the police were coming and the guys disbursed, he then risked his own life and came over and helped me off the ground and helped me hide in some bushes then when he saw that the coast was clear he helped me get back to the bar where someone could help me. He wasn't even gay, and he disappeared after that. I think those guys would have probably killed me if he hadn't yelled from down the blocked and helped me hide.
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    Feb 09, 2013 6:37 PM GMT
    I had just come out, and forced myself to meet guys. I met a guy at a local gay nightspot. He lived in Tampa and invited me out for the following weekend.

    When I arrived, he had the blinds shut with candles everywhere. The table was done up with little menu cards on the plates. He served me a three course Italian meal. I have never been so pampered in my life. Out of the blue.

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    Feb 09, 2013 6:37 PM GMT
    I have a friend who owns a vintage motorcycle shop, and always goes way beyond the call of duty on my bikes. I do good things for him too, so it's a two way street, but he has no idea how effin sweet that is....neither of us expect anything in return
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    Feb 09, 2013 6:37 PM GMT
    n8698u saidI had just come out, and forced myself to meet guys. I met a guy at a local gay nightspot. He lived in Tampa and invited me out for the following weekend.

    When I arrived, he had the blinds shut with candles everywhere. The table was done up with little menu cards on the plates. He served me a three course Italian meal. I have never been so pampered in my life. Out of the blue.



    NU, that is SOOOOOO sweet! You deserve it man!
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    Feb 09, 2013 7:02 PM GMT
    It's a little bit long story but I'll try to be short... It was about a guy who I always liked in school, we weren't very friends but he always smile to me very happy and he made me so nervous because of that, I'm too shy actually... I liked him a lot and he was so manly that I just got scared haha... too much testosterone for me! I didn't think he was gay (or bi) because he just broke up with his 2 year girlfriend at that time... And every time he tried to talk with me I just got super nervous and tried to avoid him... You know he just asked how was my day and I just responded "good, thanks" and you know I couldn't hold a conversation with him and I was trying to look apathetic. But anyway I noticed that he looked at me too much and when I saw him smiling to me.. icon_redface.gificon_redface.gif. Anddd damn I need to be shorter... Ok in my birthday party, I invited him 'cause, you know we weren't very friends but we're in the same circle though (I invited so many people anyway)... And I just bought too much fuckin' Tequila for everyone and later I was super super drunk, the party was in the terrace of my apartment so I just was feeling so dizzy and I wanted to go to my room, inside the apartment there were just a few people but my room was closed so I think he followed me, I was about to enter to my room and then I feel he hugs from behind, and he whispered in my ear that why I always tried to avoid him, that he just wanted to take care of me and love me, and I was like icon_surprised.gif, I told him all the truth... and then I kissed him and you know I always get horny when I'm drunk so I suck his dick and then we fucked... But that's not important in my story.. We weren't in a proper relationship after that, it was strange and very hurting, he didn't want to admit that he felt attraction for men and you know too many problems for that, but that's not the point... The point it's that I always will remember those words... when he hugged me so strong and asked me to stop avoiding him and when he told me that he wanted to take care of me, it was so romantic! I fell in love automatically after that.. (at that time I just felt a strong physical attraction for him) and that's it, fuck I tried to not be so long. Anyway

    I don't speak the language very well so sorry for my grammar guys!! I hope it has been understandable!!
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    Feb 09, 2013 7:07 PM GMT
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    He flew across the country for a date with me - a date that lasted all weekend - after we met right here on R.J. Forums. We had e-mailed each other and talked by phone numerous times and that went so well we decided to meet in person. I guess I don't have to tell you that first date went pretty well, since we don't live on opposite coasts anymore. icon_cool.gif
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    Feb 09, 2013 7:10 PM GMT
    chuckystud saidIn 2009, I tore my distal biceps tendon. Ick. I was uninsured. For nearly three months, I tried to get someone to help me. I met a doctor, from another country, where they have public health care, who had graduated top of his class at MIT in Bio Medical Engineering, and top of his class at John Hopkins in Orthopedics.

    He was one of only two doctors who would agree to see me. No "American" doctors would even see me. When he saw me, and asked him "What do we do now?" he said, "We fix it. You've been lifting for too long to let it go and we want our patients to get the care they need."

    I received a top notch, state of the art, double incision distal biceps tendon repair for free. The medical guys donated their time. Everything but the OR was donated, which the county paid for.

    Thanks, Doc.

    We, as Americans, need to think of us in the U.S., rather than them. This is a true story. It really happened, and my bicep is awesome. :-)

    One very nice guy, with some very nice friends. Thanks guys.


    Wonderful!
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    Feb 09, 2013 7:19 PM GMT
    Manners these days are like cleft chins or curly hair, they only seem to run in some families.

    I think the nicest thing a guy did for me once was run after a waiter because I ordered the wrong drink.
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    Feb 09, 2013 7:29 PM GMT
    well,

    There is this guy (whom i find quite handsome). We had two classes together last semester. He invited me to his house to study a few times, came to pick me up and dropped me off because he didn't want me driving late at night.
    After the semester ended i figured we would stop being friends since we wouldn't have any other classes together and we are both quite busy with school and work.
    Well, one night around midnight i was driving back home, I was about 20 minutes away and my tyre completely blew up. there was no way to save it, and the weather was quite cold (somewhere around the 2 and negative degrees). I didnt have anyone else to call to come help me so i figured id give him a call (thinking he would either not answer or say he couldn't help me). However, he left work and drove 20 minutes, helped me with my tyre and followed me home. the next day he showed up at my house at 6:30 am to pick me up for school and after school he took my car to get a new tyre.
    Needless to say, it's perhaps the nicest thing a guy has ever done for me.
  • calibro

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    Feb 09, 2013 7:30 PM GMT
    Claystation said
    calibro said

    i thought cash gave you crabs


    He made me pay for those icon_neutral.gif


    that's like when we went to sizzler and he made me share his buffet plate
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    Feb 09, 2013 7:31 PM GMT
    He was always willing to come over and help me with my crazy projects around the house. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Feb 09, 2013 9:37 PM GMT
    I've a had a few very nice things done for me, but I sort of think of them as personal gestures that I wouldn't necessarily tell other people about.

    I also think that you tend to get back what you put out. Some people who complain about the mean things people do to them aren't very nice themselves. This would explain why people rarely do nice things for me. I'm pretty much an asshole.
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    Feb 09, 2013 10:36 PM GMT
    DudeInNOVA, who made himself available for phone calls and spoke with me when our dog Spencer had organ failure and we were in sleepless grief.
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    Feb 09, 2013 11:10 PM GMT
    You know, this might be slightly off-topic, but the people who has treated me the worst of all people, the people who has been the biggest dicks to me, repeatedly, are gays.

    Why is it so hard to treat your fellow human beings nice, and like equals.

    Being gay is no excuse for being a dick. :p

    /rant over
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    Feb 09, 2013 11:29 PM GMT
    - I was proposed to once. He was a terrible guy, so it never worked out. But still..
    - A guy once made me a mixed tape. He even drew the cover art and gave it a name
    - Guys have made me homemade dinners, which is always super nice
    - For my birthday, a guy bought me designer prescription glasses that look exactly like the ones he saw of me in an old photo (those glasses were destroyed). He stole my other pair of glasses and everything to get my prescription.
    - My ex recently brought me back illegal foie gras from Paris, related to an inside joke