Where did I get what idea? You have to be more specific. I don't read minds.
Also, I'm not taking the drawing literally. I'm taking your comment literally. If you did not want it taken literally you should perhaps have specified that as well. Details, details ma'am.
No way. What a terrible thing to say! See, too often girls end up with dickheads because they are too self-absorbed, that yes, there IS a chase. It's only in sweet, quiet guys that there's no chase because they're willing to give up part of their heart (which in dickheads is all for themself) that makes them seem "easy".
I would rather "chase" someone who matches me, than someone "harder" to get, just for the fun of trying to "get" it.
Crystal Mackey sorry, but that isn't true. Courtship, dating, figuring out if you're right for one another - all of that is "the chase". Not to say that nice guys don't deserve love or that jerks are better, but the approach needs to be different. Clearly if nice guys are still moaning and complaining about being "forever alone," putting all their cards out on the table at once isn't working for them. Or maybe they should stop trying to attract the same girls who are impressed by the antics of the jerk. Derp.
I'm trying really hard not facepalm right now and...oh wait...nope. *face/palm*
Clearly not all "nice guys" are forever alone and clearly not all jerks are walking around with girlfriends (Or in some cases boyfriends). So Clearly this is on a person by person basis.
I'm not quite sure how a love letter counts as "All your cards" anyway.
Kristen Lewis I already facepalmed at how literal you're taking this drawing. If it's clearly on a person-by-person basis, what was the point of commenting on my post in the first place? The "all their cards" statement refers to how relationships with the supposed nice guy always tend to go to fast, with love confessions after two weeks. More often than not the nice guy is seen as the desperate/clingy guy.