There's the guy you can bring home to mom and the guy you bring home for a few hours. The guy you can talk to on the phone and watch as the time passes and the one who hardly calls, just texts. Knowing the category in which to place them in is key. But do you?
They usually give you a hint the very moment you meet them. It's all there to be analyzed. Their appearance, posture, assertiveness and confidence speaks volumes of what to expect. Whether or not that's the type you're willing to deal with is completely up to you, the moment you say, "hello."
Mr. Right is known to have a subtle confidence that he wears. He knows what he wants and rarely shy's away from voicing it. He has his goals and aspirations planned out and is/has worked hard to bring it to reality. He's very assertive. Plans the dates, asks for your opinion. Calls when he says, apologies when he doesn't. Questions you about your day and what you have going on in your life. He's a man's man. He dates, but isn't looking for the casual.
Mr. Right Now is the sly, sneaky type. He exudes more confidence than he should. Brags about what he wants and plans on doing, but has no plan on how to make it happen. He's overly aggressive, only contacting you when he wants something. Dates are basically non-existent. He always wants you to come over to "chill." He has no girlfriend, neither does he want one. He's happy with just having "females friends."
You can usually identify the type when you've experience both. Though not every 'Mr. Right' might be the right one for you, you understand the make ups of a good man. And hope you never encounter another 'Mr. Right Now.' Unless of course, it's one of those really drunk and uninhibited nights where you could really care less about your actions tomorrow morning.
Whom has had the joy of coming across 'Mr. Right' or 'Mr. Right Now?" Could you spot their type if they came at you full force? Are they still in your life or were they too much of a pain to deal with for much longer?