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You're very content to be the complex, awesome person you are. If we're being honest, we all are varying degrees of terrible at times, but I have one thing going for me that throws a wrench into that dynamic: I look like a "nice girl".

Do you think my pleasant countenance means I've been living in a Disney movie for my entire life? But still, it's insane when people lnly look over in your window, see a sweet-faced lady behind the wheel, and decide you are someone who can easily be manhandled on the roadway.

You feel obligated to live up to your "nice girl" expectations Because even though it's not fair for people to assume things about you because of your "nice" face, you still can't help but internalize some of the expectations associated with that. Other times, I am not so nice. By Emma Lord Jan. Nobody ever takes you seriously at the beginning of job interviews "No, I'm not here to interview for the intern position.

Party people always underestimate you in Cards Against Humanity "Ha ha, okay, but who really won this round? Oh, you played 'Gloryholes'? They assume, because I look nice, that I won't steal their stuff.

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Okay, here you go, I guess. Some men very uncomfortably fetishize you Once I was making out with a guy in his car as you do and he unceremoniously grabbed my boob. Yeah, we're done here. The truth? For some reason, the terrible things you do are made exponentially more awful by the fact that you look "nice", foe I just would rather truly be that nice sometimes. Say it again!

I'm here to interview to be your boss. But still, every now and then, onlh are phenomenons us "nice" looking people experience that we could do without: People are always asking you to watch their stuff I have never sat down in a coffee shop and not been asked by a stranger within an hour if I could "just look after their laptop for a sec" while they go pee. And then they get really shocked when you curse "Oh my x

glrl If you have ever seen me behind the wheel of a motor vehiclestaking my spot out at six in the morning for an audition line, or watching Dance Moms over my sister's shoulder, you will know that, in fact, I am capable of being a truly nasty, borderline-horrible person. Image: CBS; Giphy 8.

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Everyone assumes you are religious This is a weird one, but ask anyone with a "nice face" and they'll tell you how many times people have randomly asked them things like "which church they go to" based on absolutely zero indication that they are religiously-inclined at all. OK, I'm definitely not going to do that. Since we were doing the whole "steamy car make-out" thing, I was totally down with his sliding to second base — until he was like, "Hah, I knew the nice girl thing was just an act.

Let them keep making assumptions — you'll continue to enjoy shocking everyone who underestimates you. Mall kiosk employees and survey people on the street will chase you If it's someone's job to annoy people, they will annoy you most of all. I have also been told that I look about as threatening as a stuffed animal. Perks: I did land two steady babysitting gigs when this happened in high school.

I shouldn't complain too much; life could have dealt me a much more unfair hand than looking "nice". Again, it's the assumption that we are inherently passive and won't assert ourselves like everyone else.

Also, you are mansplained to all the time In the worst job I ever had, my boss decided that instead of actually explaining what our client was looking for, he should just use an analogy involving make-up from Seventeen magazine. Because even though I'm as awful as any other average person out there, people make wild assumptions about my personality based solely oonly the benign nature of my appearance — and it's incredibly annoying.

They are strangely hesitant to curse around you Whenever someone uses PG language for the first time in front of lookig, they genuinely do this little Betty Boop gasp thing like my fragile little baby elephant ears cannot handle it. I assume it's because they think people who "look nice" are less likely to angrily assert their desire to be left alone, which is not a safe assumption to make.

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It happens all the time. Nobody ever asks before they steal food off your plate Just because I look like Pollyanna doesn't mean I won't stab you with this fork. People encroaching on us like that all the time based on the belief that we will be all sweet and chill about it actually ends up making us more likely to stand up for ourselves — because if we didn't, we would basically never get a seat.

I mean, I'm not going to steal anything from a stranger, but it's a pretty wild assumption for everyone to automatically trust me just because I don't have a bitchy face.

I think this is mostly because our faces looks like someone ripped them out of Catholic school admissions pamphlets. Just kidding. Men will abundantly manspread next to you on public transport Nice-faced people get very little respect for their personal space. That was so cute!

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