No More Mr. Nice Guy
No more Mr. Nice Guy is an English expression that is used to refer to someone who is no longer going to be friendly, agreeable and accommodating to achieve his goals❜. It can be used in the following way:
A: I have had enough of my co-workers’ constant demands.
B: What do you mean?
A: I have been trying to please them for years and they still aren’t happy. From now on, I am doing what I want. No more Mr. Nice Guy!
The English idiom No more Mr. Nice Guy implies that the speaker is now going to take a tougher approach to how he does things. In other words, he won’t be the ❛nice guy❜ that everyone, perhaps, thinks he is. No more Mr. Nice Guy can be further exemplified in the following recent articles:
Barack Obama: No More Mr. Nice Guy
- www2.mcleans.ca, 8 June 2012, Luiza Ch. Savage
❛No More Mr. Nice Guy’ - Why You Should Think Twice Before Co-Signing a Loan
- www.huffingtonpost.com, 7 June 2012, Jeanne Kelly
Bill Clinton is Back and it’s No More Mr. Nice Guy
- townhall.com, 8 June 2012, Donald Lambro