Bad Boys

And like every love affair, this one has its problems. So OK, no relationship is perfect. Yes, Trump is coarse and vulgar
America is being courted by a kind of dangerous, controlling man for the highest office in our country: the presidency.
"He's arrogant and full of himself," I point out. "He brags about how rich he is. He flaunts his wealth as if it's a measure of his manhood. He thinks you should be impressed with of his big, fat bank account, and the ginormous buildings that bear his name."
So let's make the shift... bad boys/guys aren't what they're cracked up to be. In fact, as you grow and mature, they tend to become more and more unattractive. BUT, most women can admit at some point in their life, they fell head over heels for the "bad boy."
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As we watch these relationships repeat themselves like a chapter on a scratched DVD, we figure there has GOT to be a reason
The BET Awards took over Los Angeles -- and our Twitter timelines -- on Sunday night. In case you missed this year's award
We love to rescue puppies and heal little birds with broken wings, expecting that they will then cleave to us and love us forever. Sadly, in real life, when you release a frightened, wounded animal from a trap, the first thing it usually does is to bite your face off.
There's nothing better for a woman than when a man truly knows his way around downtown, and doesn't have to ask her for directions on where to go. A man who loves to not only please, but who is really good at it is a keeper, no?
With all of the monumental heartache, building insecurities and irreparable damage that presents itself after such said rejection, there are still certain instances when you should welcome it -- actually, you should count your lucky stars that you dodged this destructive bullet and the Gods above threw you a bone.
New York City filmmaker and TV host Mike Sargent wants to get to the bottom of a phenomenon that is able to show so much about the way men and women relate, cross-cultural, cross-continental, global.
Chin up, little guy. Take it from us; that bad boy act gets old after a while. Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost Divorce
Had Meeks been launched into public consciousness as a model, would anyone have noticed him more than we notice other mannequins with flawless skin and impossible cheekbones? The tattoos gave him a boost. The mugshot setting sold him. Crime didn't pay, but it made him a star.
Don is the ultimate bad boy: slick, sophisticated, rich and fun. He's also a terrible husband who is only totally committed to himself. There are lots of men out there in real life just like Jon Hamm's character. Let's face it; If you're like most women, you probably love the infamous bad boy.
It's Halloween season, so naturally there is an uptick in social commentary about what children's costumes reveal about the state of U.S. culture.
Don't sleep with narcissists, manipulators or psychopaths. Great advice we wish our mother had given us when we were young. And yet there is no denying the lust-inducing appeal of the right level of badness.
The Wild Bunch -- well, I won't go so far as to say that it's sacrosanct. But there's really no way to improve upon it and no need to revisit it. Comparisons are odious, as Christopher Marlowe noted.
Matthew Olzmann is one of a handful of poets I know that can win over those who think they hate poetry. He wins over the haters because he is funny, but also because the poems have doors that open and invite you inside.
Though Pain and Gain will leave you feeling a bit spent, you will have deposited your emotions in a worthwhile experience.