you know what i can't quite understand....
Society's fascination with the 'bad boy'. Actually no. Let me rephrase. MY fascination with the 'bad boy' or should it be 'that which i can't have'.
We always find that the boys we want the most are the ones that are completely out of our league..or just 'too cool'. Yet when we can get the good boy, who will treat us well, pamper us, and not hurt us..we don't want him.So why is it that we've been positioned to want that which we can't have?. Why don't we desire the men that are good for us? It was like Sandy in Grease...she had the good boy, who was the jock, had a future and would've been happy to give her what she wanted. But she needed Danny Zuko, the boy that no mother wanted to see dating her daughter. So what did Danny have that the jock didn't?
And the same goes for Blair, Chuck and Nate. Like no one can argue the fact that Nate is much better looking than Chuck, and much nicer than Chuck. So what makes Chuck more appealing?
Is it the thrill of the chase. Knowing that there is a good chance that we won't get what we want rather than settling for second best? Is it knowing that the odd chance of us getting what we want will be a million times better than the safe option ? Is it the gentle disinterest and allure of uncertainty?
I mean surely no one will refute the allure of gentle disinterest and the intrigue of uncertainty?
To be honest, i don't have an answer for you, but i thought i might show you a few of those 'bad boys' who will always have my heart, regardless of the hundred of hearts they have already crushed.