Women like jerks because they think they can change them. They understand that they're a bit selfish and conceded but like the fun that usually goes along with jerks. But ultimately a women says "yeah but deep down he's nice, if I get that to come to the surface" It'll surface sweetheart but only when he's screwed up big time.
I dont know what some women think when they start dating jerk guys. It's kind of funny because every other guy can see that you are dating a jerk. Just waiting for you to get your heart broken so they can be there when you fall. Girls will keep going back for more from the same jerk guy again and again and I still haven't figured out why...But on the nice guy side, girls seem to look past a lot of nice guys probably because as was said earlier girls just don't like how 'boring' a nice relationship is. But in the end I have noticed that nice guys do win in the long run.
Maybe they date jerks because they know they are safe - they will never stay with the low lifes.
Have you ever noticed that many of the jerk guys are not that good looking? It is almost like the jerk will tell you what to do, say, and think and you will want them even more.
I also think gals like guys who have a sense of humor. To be a Cyclone fan, you have to have a sense of humor. Therefore, nice guy Cyclone fans should be in demand. Right gang?
Also, thinking about EIU, why did they name they Hawk Herky - that is very close to Jerky.
Last edited by Wesley; 02-25-2008 at 10:44 AM.
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