Statistically 10% men date 80% women, yet, 48% women in the west been in abusive relationship, meaning a high percentage of men, that women are attracted to, are abusive. Statistically, there are 6 type of men women prefer, (1) rich guys (2) nice guys (3) father figure (4) funny guys (5) bad boys (6) romantic guys. Without doubt, bad boys are most likely to be abusive, study suggest, girls most likely find themselves addicted to relationship, where the men sweep her off the feet and usually, only bad boys is willing to do so.
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I agree. "Bad boys" aren't what one would call (abusive). No woman calls 911 because her man is cheating on her, lies to her, or ignores her wants & needs. Most "bad boys" are admired for their looks, confidence, coolness, mystery & silver to
A lot of western girls, been through the same as you and must learn thing the hard way. I once met a girl name Effie whom been through the same, her story inspire me to write a novel though http://www.freado.com/book/19431/cinderella-tears
None of you appear to be talking about anything that's happening in reality. *thumbs up*
Ghaaz B, What world do you live in where there are no liars or cheaters? Those things are a part of "reality" on planet earth. These are often the traits attributed to "bad boys" along with being inconsiderate and selfish.
First off all, this question is stupid. Second, this particular answer is supremely stupid. You guys are assessing the situation as if the "bad boy" (that term makes this whole convo extra stupid) is an object. You're objectifying men. Stop.
Ghaaz B, As a man I would probably one of the last people to "objectify men". However I do acknowledge (some men) do play the "bad boy" role just as some women play the "gold digger" or "sugar baby" role. Neither gender is standing on holy ground
Great, glad you can see that for yourself; not what I meant though. Let's all just stop saying "bad boy", okay? We sound really really stupid since that's not really a word or phrase that means anything, and we're trying to intellectually discuss it.
Clearly "bad boy", "nice guys", "cougar", "sugar daddy", "gold digger" and so on are words and phrases people have (given meaning) to. You could Google those terms and you'll find many articles written about them. It's stupid if (you) hate them
I think there's something to be said about the argument that many men become bitter when they are ignored by the "hot" ones, as you put it. I don't have any data, but in my experience, I don't think as many women become bitter for the same reasons.
I don't know about nice girls ignored because guys want hot girls. Because in my experience hot girls are usually nice/bit nerdy (celeb e.g. Emma Watson), ugly girls are jerky/plastic. Pop culture hot girl ain't always hot (e.g. Paris Hilton)
Peter, don't be silly! Emma Watson is what we all call "hot". In fact, J.K. Rowling was unsure at first if they had chosen the right person for Hermione because Emma was so pretty.
My point exactly, culture stereotype portray hot girls as snobby cheerleaders, but in my real life experience, most hot girls aren't like that, but some ugly girl get all plastic and act like they are the hottest girl in the world
Ah yes, I see your point now.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder!
If a guy thinks a girl is "hot" then it doesn't matter to him if other people don't think she is!
Some guys will see a girl as being both "hot" and "stuck up" or rude after they've spoken with her.