Good girls, bad guys

By Miss Kes

Thursday, September 21, 2017

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It has been said that good girls are attracted to bad boys like magnet to steel. We put this theory to the test with a bunch of ladies, asking, “Is it really true that good women can spot a 'bad-for-you' type of guy and still go for it?”


I am a banker, my ex was a hustler, and I knew his lifestyle was too rough for me but somehow it attracted me and I was curious. When I tried to break up with him I couldn't because I loved his rough edges. I felt secure until he went to prison. I can say that even when everyone cursed me out and told me to drop him because he was beneath my standards, I still was with him and I still can't explain why, to be honest.


It is a fact that good girls love bad boys. I was with one until he started punching me in the face and chest and kicked me down the stairs. Bad boys are known to be aggressive because most of them grew up in the garrison so they are trained to think anger fixes everything.


Well opposites attract so I can understand a good girl wanting a bad boy. But what puzzles me is a friend of mine who is a Christian and is dating a guy who parties almost every night and smokes weed. It has me confused because she claims that she loves him and she is going to change him and I don't see that happening in this lifetime. Ladies, you cannot change a man. A man is just a man and only a man can change himself and 99 per cent won't.




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