Why do girls give up academic dreams, forgo moral standards, and forgive the unforgivable for the chance to live on the edge?
Surely, it is exciting. And wild, and passionate, and unforgettable, and raw – surely, this is Life. Not knowing what each day will bring you, not knowing where you might end up, not living the same day-to-day that you have been living since childhood; these are all very viable motives for why we choose Mr. Bad Boy over Mr. Smart and Respectful.
Mr. Smart and Respectful is, well, dull. To say the least. We know where we’re going with Mr. Smart and Respectful – we know that we’ll either have some career or be a housewife, but, in any case, we will have that house with the white picket fence and 2.5 children and a pension and security. With Mr. Bad Boy, none of that is guaranteed. Actually, it would be safe to say that the exact opposite of that is guaranteed.
Mr. Bad Boy opens our eyes to things we’ve never seen before. Mr. Bad Boy is dangerous. Mr. Bad Boy is unpredictable. Mr. Bad Boy will stand up for us in a fight – not to say that that’s for any reason beyond the fact that, generally, Mr. Bad Boy is inherently aggressive and always looking for a fight. Mr. Bad Boy is an artist, Mr. Bad Boy is an old soul, Mr. Bad Boy is profound…
Mr. Bad Boy
is broken —