4 Signs A Guy Is Too Good To Be True

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There’s a saying that goes, “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” This is definitely the case when it comes to dating. When you meet a guy who seems too good to be true, there’s a good chance that he is. In this blog post, we will discuss four signs that a guy is too good to be true, and how you can avoid being scammed by him!

  1. If a guy is too good to be true, he probably is. Here are four signs to watch out for. First, if a guy seems too perfect, he probably is. If he’s got an amazing job, tons of money, and always knows the right thing to say, beware! Chances are he’s either lying
  2. If he’s not about something, or he’s a total player is the second sign. If a guy is never available, he’s probably not that into you. If he can’t ever commit to plans, or always has an excuse for why he can’t see you, move on! Third, if a guy is always complimenting you, take it with a grain of salt.
  3. If he’s constantly telling you how beautiful you are, or how smart you are, chances are he’s just trying to flatter you. This third rule is, if a guy is always talking about himself, beware! If he can’t seem to have a conversation without making it all about him, he’s probably not worth your time.
  4. 4th, if a guy is always trying to impress you with his money, he’s probably a loser. If he’s always taking you to a fancy restaurant; or buying you expensive gifts, chances are he’s just trying to buy your affection. These are just four signs that a guy might be too good to be true. If you’re ever

If you’re in doubt, just remember: when something sounds too good to be true, it probably is! Have you ever dated a guy who was too good to be true? Share your story in the comments below! Until next time…over and out.

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Andrew Foster

Andrew Foster

A student of love and relationships who likes to write about and teach what I’ve learned along the way