Tuesday, February 2, 2010

The Competition: The Bad Boy

Bad Boy Definition: He’s the Charmer gone bad. He may not be suave but he has a way with women.

What He Has that You Don’t: Mechanical skills. A motorcycle. An edge.

The Type of Women He Attracts: 20somethings. The too-nice girls or recently divorced/separated women. Bad girls.

What It Tells You about a Woman if Her Last Boyfriend Was a Bad Boy: She likes being bad. Or she likes to think she likes being bad.

What to Do to Be More Like Him:

Physical attributes: Wear funky t-shirts and a leather jacket. Get tattoos and piercings.

Hobbies: Be in a band (as the bassist or drummer). Date multiple girls at a time.

Behavior: Drive fast. Lead whatever group you’re with (i.e., get your way). Engage in petty crime. Engage in not so petty crime.

What to Do to Win Over a Woman When He Is Your Main Competition:
If the woman in question is a bad girl, you have your work cut out for you: you’ve got to convince her that you’re cooler than you seem/are. You’ll need some kind of in, like knowing the lead singer of a local band she really likes, having un-gettable tickets to a concert, or owning the kind of bike (and I’m not referring to a bicycle) she’s thinking of buying. Even then, though, be wary of her using you or only thinking of you as a friend.

If the woman being competed for is the recently divorced woman, be patient. He may win for now, but give it two or three months and she’ll be ready for a little more stability. No tricks to this as long as you’re patient.

Up on Friday, The Sensitive Guy.

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