I liked the bad boys too for a while, but after being hurt a bunch of times you realize that the shy quiet guys are the keepers...
We fall for bad boy because we just want to be loved.
Negative ends are always looking to meet. For example, one who is incarcerated looks for emancipation. Go Figure.
I have had the same experience. My reason, I think, was that I was so tired of my parents trying to control my life that I wanted to take control of it and rebel against them, prove them wrong. But I should've listened to them. The first 'bad boy' I dated was also my first kiss. I loved him a lot... Long and not so mice story but in the end... He didn't care at all... To put it simply... He broke my heart, into a million little pieces.
i think most womens like a edge to a man,that ability of not knowing that ruffness to a man,who would actually wont a guy that has no edge to them.
Yeah i was like that until i met the guy i'm with now. When i started seeing him, alot of my friends were like "i'm surprised you fell for him,because you always go for bad boys ...and he isn't "-and yet HE was that one i fell in love with!:)I think with "bad boys", you know they are only going to stick around for a limited time, so you can have that spontaneity and that excitement and fall for that player charm, and just basically enjoy yourself with them and not care about what will happen if you do this, that, and the other... I actually think every girl should go through a "bad boy phase" coz with them it's all about living for now and not caring about the consequences and just doing it for the hell of it, and for the danger and the excitement of it...and then you have a time of your life you can look back on and say "f*ck that was fun"!! Life is for living, and they certainly teach ya how to do that!!. It's a highly addictive way to live ;)
Bringing balance to the universe , are you talking about it
Well, i've fallen for one, two, or three. I get the good grades, they get below average. But, when you really think about it, it's just like the saying, opposites attract.