Let's face it, nice guys aren't exactly wild cards. We know how they feel, they call when they say they're going to call and they get into a routine (dinner and a movie every Friday) pretty quickly. None of these things are bad if you're ready to settle down and ditch the ups and downs of the dating pool. But if you're not ready for a life of routine, then your choice to pass up the last nice guy to ask you out is totally understandable.
Nice isn't a bad thing – no one should stand for poor treatment (no matter how hot a guy is) but dating the stereotypical nice guy can be devoid of any type of thrill. There will likely be no surprise weekend road trips, no supercharged make-up sex (nice guys usually let you have your way) and rather than hit up a few house parties or live shows on a Friday night, you'll probably end up watching a movie or playing board games with another couple. Again, these attribute aren't negative, but they could be seen as boring if you're not looking to settle down just yet.
The study we mentioned earlier – that found women are more attracted to men they aren't sure like them – tells us that most women crave a chase and that when a guy plays hard to get (as bad boys often do) that it's not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, part of the fun of dating and making a connection with someone new is the chase. If there's no challenge of any kind, there isn't usually much excitement. So we understand that your dating preference may lean away from the nice guy and more toward a guy you need to work harder to snag.