Have you ever thought about what makes someone a nice person? A nice person always tells the truth and they never hurt other people’s feelings. And also, a nice person is honest with himself and others without lacking kindness. Anyway, what is a subtle sign that someone is not a nice person? Recently a Redditor asked this question in public. Here is what the Reddit community thought about it.
Here the user who asked the above problem has upvoted than 9.3k within 8 hours of asking the above question.
Here are the top most upvoted answers.
When they always “playfully” insult you
A Redditor thought the people who always playfully insult us are not nice people. And they can’t handle any criticism about themselves at all. And another Redditor replied to him that playing insults usually needs three things to not be jerky behavior. They are,
- It needs to happen with people who have a meaningful amount of experience with you being nice to them.
- Needs to be clearly meant in good spirits and not a passive aggressive jab.
- It needs to be infrequent and not just your go-to excuse for being rude to your friends.
They keep reminding you that they’re a nice person.
A Redditor thought that bad person who try to keep reminding that they are nice person.
Everything you say you’ve done they’ve done twice
You may meet a person who says he has done it twice when you talk about something. A Redditor thought a person like him is a subtle sign of a bad person. It seems another Redditor had met a woman likewise.
Niceness is a demeanor; goodness is a core value.
This is the best reply we note from this Reddit form. Hope you all agree with us.
Talking crap about others to get a laugh.
A Redditor thought that talking crap about others to get a laugh is a subtle sign of a bad person who is not nice.
So, to sum it up
According to Reddit users, there are many answers to the question of “What is a subtle sign that someone is not a nice person?”. Most of the answers are actually a subtle sign of bad people.
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