All Articles Tagged "bad guys"
We all know that some men can be as good as gold while others are the complete opposite. We’ve read about them in the media and heard about them from friends, and we all know that players are guys we want to avoid when it comes to the dating scene. To avoid getting burned, here are 14 tips to easily identify a player.
When I watch a movie, if it’s good, I’m all in. Completely invested, often times too much so. Throughout the duration of the movie, I struggle with the characters. When they laugh, I laugh. When they cry, I cry. I go through it. And if the film is really good, I find myself trying to find solutions to the problems they encountered, long after the movie is over. Some stories and the characters in them just stick with you. This is particularly true when it comes to the “bad guys.” From an early age we think we know who falls into that category and we try to avoid the bad dudes at all costs. But in these memorable movies, the bad guy is thrown in your face. You have to deal with him and sometimes he’s a bit terrifying. See who I’m talking about.
When picking between a “bad guy” or “nice guy,” often times the “bad guy” wins the fight, but why? It’s not so much that “nice” isn’t good, but for women I think being good and attractive are two different things.
Check out these 7 reasons why women end up with bad boys instead of nice guys…
These big-budget films were not only some of Hollywood’s best work to date, but they produced some of the sexiest bad boys that you would call on to take the place of the good fellas. Characters like Riddick in Pitch Black, Nino Brown in New Jack City and Detective Alonzo Harris in Training Day all became the poster boys for luscious bad boys, as well as notorious figures your significant other may have tried to imitate a time or two. We quietly rooted for them and their bad behavior because of their undeniable swag and Hot, and that’s why they’re on this list.
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Nice guys don’t always finish last. I swear they don’t. They do often finish last early in life in the romance department because a lot of teenage and college age girls are kinda stuck on that whole bad boy thing. We crave the ego maniacs who are so mean to everyone that any slight hint of interest feels like a crowning ceremony. (She’s your queen to be!)