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'Nice guy' asks if it's okay to make the girl he likes fail test so he can tutor her.

'Nice guy' asks if it's okay to make the girl he likes fail test so he can tutor her.

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Everyone knows that guy that complains that girls don't want to date him because he's a 'nice guy.' On a popular Reddit thread in the Am I the A**hole Subreddit, one of these 'nice guys' reveals his plan to make the girl he likes to fall in love with him.

AITA for putting mistakes in my shared Google doc notes

So far does seem like a pretty nice guy.

I(21M) am taking Organic Chemistry I. Needless to say; the class is incredibly tough. Luckily, I have been studying since day one, so I am doing alright in the class. I am taking the course with a group of friends, so to help them out, I shared the personal notes I took in class with them via a Google doc and encouraged them to invite anyone they know.

You can be jock-like while also being sensitive and smart.

Recently, one of my friends invited a friend of theirs, let's call her Jess(20F), who I've never really interacted with, but I have a massive crush on. I think she and I would make a great couple, but she's not really into sensitive smart guys because, on her Instagram, I see all her stories show her out with really jock-like men.

OP is always watching.

Our third exam is in a couple of days, and as I went through the Google doc, I realized that she was using my doc the most. You can see who looks at or edits the doc on Google docs, and most of my other friends would pop up sometimes, but I would see her icon pop up a lot.

This plan is really showing that 'great' personality.

I know she isn't doing well in class, so I got a good idea. I would put subtle mistakes in the doc so that she wouldn't do well in the exam, and then I could offer to tutor her. That way, I can interact with her and talk to her so that she'll realize that I have a great personality, and we can hopefully go out together.

You have good friends.

I told my friend about this plan, and they called me an 'incel AH.' I think they're overreacting because Jess isn't going to do well either way, even if I don't make mistakes, so my plan will benefit her grades while also allowing me to interact with her and talk to her. I think it's a win-win for everyone, but I was wondering if my friend may have been on to something, so AITA?

Narkareth says:

YTA (You're the A**hole).

This... can't be real...

Consider the following phrase: 'I like you, so I'll harm you, so I can save you, so you can view me as a hero.'

This is straight supervillain logic. It's like a more self-centered version of the plot of Unbreakable.

Huntress_of_the_Moon says:

So to be clear, you want to:

--intentionally sabotage someone's grade in a course they're spending money on

--manipulate a woman into spending time with you

--use studying as a cover to hit on a woman's who has shown no interest in you

Incel AH is the right call, and I hope your friends warn this woman about you. YTA.

RooTT4 says:

The way you talk about her is so demeaning and patronizing. YTA absolutely.

If women tend not to want to date you, then it's probably less of a problem with them and more of the fact that you aren't a 'nice guy.'

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