If you have a daughter, I’m fairly certain this thought has
crossed your mind: “When my little girl grows up, I hope she never dates a guy
like Justin Bieber.” Then you remember what you were doing and who you were
dating when you were about 19 years old and the reality sets in, your daughter
is going to date a guy exactly like, if not worse than, Justin Bieber.
As a recovered bad boy dater myself, and as the mother of a
daughter, I can assure you that it’s actually a good thing that your girl has
some bad taste in men. Before you tell me I’m totally out of my mind, here are 10 reasons every girl should date a guy like Bieber.
Most young ladies will date a lot of guys
before they settle down. Let her get the need for drama out of her system with
the bartender or the painter with the motorcycle. She’ll get tired of him soon
Needs a Few Good Stories
There’s nothing better than being in a
long-term relationship in which you feel safe, but it’s also nice to feel like
you lived a little and have the crazy stories to back it up.
She Finally Dates a Nice Guy, She’ll Appreciate Him So Much More
Nice guys seem boring until you’ve dated a
bad boy. Then, guys with jobs and
manners suddenly seem cool.
4) Bad Boys Always Seem Exciting Until You
Spend Time With One
That brooding guy at yoga seems so cool
until you sit through dinner and all he does is talk about himself. Bad boys are usually cute, but self-centered. Snooze.
It only takes one bad boy to remind a girl that bad boys are terrible boyfriends.
Good to Learn Boundaries by Testing Them
Growing up is about learning your own
boundaries and that sometimes means testing them. She’s just finding her own
Learning to Stand Up for Herself
Bad boys are notoriously bad daters, which
means they provide nice girls endless opportunities to stand up for themselves
and eventually move on.
7) She’ll Never Be This Naïve Again
She’s going to learn some pretty hard
lessons by dating a bad boy. And she’ll undoubtedly get her heart broken. The
good news is, she’ll only be this naïve once. Next time, she’ll be savvy.
Get to See How Well You Raised Her
You raised her right. That means she’s not
going to marry the drummer from that terrible band playing at the mall who
barely pays attention to her.