You Might Be a Nice Person if:
- You make your meanest face and the intended target laughs.
- You can’t say mean things about someone else. Instead, you say things like, “They really are nice” or “They just have a different personality than me.”
- Your logic in not saying mean things is that you don’t want to be the reason someone else doesn’t like that person.
- People laugh at your niceness and at some point you started laughing too. It’s not like you are going to change.
- People teased you growing up that they wanted to see you with your kids one day. Then they mimicked you scolding said kids in a sing-song voice, “You better not do that again.” You sometimes wish they could see you now when you DO yell at your children.
- You admire people who speak the truth bluntly. You sometimes wish you were more like them.
- You thought being nice equals being boring as a child.
- You have fewer regrets than some because who regrets saying nice things?
- Sometimes you think of the perfect response hours later, but be honest. You wouldn’t have said it anyways.
- A friend says, “You don’t not like anyone!” You feel guilty so you start defending the person. This goes back to number 3.
- Smiling is a reflex for you and your childhood nickname might have been Smiley.
- You are happy with who you are, because this is how you were made. Celebrate it!
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