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The Chuck Norris jokes started in the summer of 2005 as the result of a thread on the SomethingAwful forums. A thread started called “Post Your Vin Diesel Facts” in response to the movie "The Pacifier" coming out. This movie featured Vin Diesel as a Navy SEAL turned babysitter. After the thread died out a teenager named Ian Spector decided to make a web page called the "Vin Diesel Fact Generator" to be a repository for the "facts" and allow visitors to make new "facts". The web site had some popularity but started to die out by the summer, so Spector solicited suggestions for a replacement for Vin Diesel. Norris was the winner by an overwhelming margin on write-in votes. This was possibly because of the "Walker Texas Ranger lever" joke which Conan O'Brien was running on the Tonight Show at the same time. As a result Spector changed the "Vin Diesel Fact Generator" into the "Chuck Norris Fact Generator" which you can visit at chucknorrisfacts.com and the rest was history. The new generator debuted in December of 2005 and was just a one-pager with an email address to make submissions.
Too late! According to Spector's new book, Norris has nicknamed his testicles "the good, the bad and the ugly," and his orgasms have been known to trigger avalanches throughout Europe, volcanic eruptions around the Pacific Rim and violent political unrest across Tatooine.
Although Spector says he's surprised the Chuck Norris "facts" have lasted, he thinks they succeed because there is a forumula for making them work.
"You take something normal and combine it with something crazy," he said.
A perfect example: Chuck Norris visited the Virgin Islands. Now they're just the Islands.
There's another factor that might be best termed "red state/ blue state."
"If you're a fan of Chuck Norris, you'll like this book," Spector promised. "But it's just as funny if you're not."
Spector is surprised that many people do consider Chuck Norris to be the ultimate badass based on the jokes he's helped propagate.
"A lot of people only became aware of him after the jokes became popular," he said.
He may have a point, says Los Angeles-based branding expert Grant Powell.
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More than loving the woman in his life, a Nice Guy NEEDS her. "She is my Life, my only source of happiness..." YECH! What kind of a burden is that to place on her? That SHE has to be responsible for YOUR happiness? Get a grip!
Another mistake Nice Guys make is to go after "hard luck" cases. They deliberately pick women with neuroses, problems, and personality disorders, because Nice Guys are "helpers". A Nice Guy thinks that by "helping" this woman, it will make him a better, more lovable person. He thinks it will give him a sense of accomplishment, and that she will appreciate and love him more, for all his efforts and sacrifice. He is usually disappointed by the results.
This ultimately boils down to the fact that Nice Guys don't like themselves. Is it any wonder women don't like them? In order to truly love someone else, you must first love yourself. Too often Nice Guys mistake obsession for "love".