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The other day some guys and I were discussing the "innocent girl" versus the "bad girl. It's important to own whatever mojo you have, because we do pay attention to that overall do guys like innocence you're giving off.

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And sometimes we go for the opposite of what we went for in the past — but we definitely bucket women into innocent or bad. It's tough, though, because, while we like innocent liek, we don't like to be bored. On the other hand, a crazy bad girl do guys like innocence too.

I like an innocent girl with a bad streak that comes out once in a. My buddies and I also theorized that women all go through do guys like innocence bad guy phase. It was an interesting epiphany, and one that may be way off, like most of the theories my buddies and I make yuys women.

Corrupting Innocence is Fun The reason I think the buttoned do guys like innocence business look is so hot on women is that I like taking things apart. The "innocent" style is put. Making someone bad is fulfilling and fun, and it feels more like a mutual journey.

Guys just want to be the leader of that journey instead of the followers.

I guess do guys like innocence like white fresh snow versus the snow that's turning black on the side of the road in under the haze of car exhaust. The fresh snow is more of a palette for adventure.

Mar 12, Depends. In my case, I don't need girls with sexy thought, wearing sexy clothings, good with make up, likes to wear perfume etc etc. Why? Because I . Mar 7, Across the board, the guys agreed they prefer an innocent woman over a ", It's important to own whatever mojo you have, because we do pay. 9 Things Innocent-Looking Girls Can Do That Will Turn Men On. ShareTweet Have physical contact only with the guy you like. “Showing both your innocent.

We Don't Take "Bad Girls" Seriously Sure a bad girl can be fun and enticing, but she's not the type we'd bring home to mom in most cases. We also assume that a bad girl is not looking gusy anything too serious, so it's safe for do guys like innocence not to look for anything.

Eo don't do well with intimidating women. I love confidence, but that confidence has to be a quiet confidence — not in your face confidence. Most guys don't want to admit it, but they don't necessarily want to be in do guys like innocence with a girl who knows more than they do though a Catholic school girl probably knows more than I do, so I'm always on the defensive in bed.

I am sure no one likes being do guys like innocence on. Either way, a woman who seems promiscuous will get hit on because a guy wants to take her home, but it usually doesn't amount to anything in the end.

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Leaving a glimpse or a tease of hotness is more effective. Then I can do the work to reveal the rest.

I guess I like glasses better than tight leather. I wouldn't complain about a woman showing too much skin, but I don't find it as compelling.

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Guys Have Control Vo We hate to admit it, we usually like to be in control. A bad girl is tough to control — we never know what she's going to do.

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What are your thoughts on my list above? Do you go through "bad boy" phases in dating?

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