definition of a good girl
i thought that i better write this before some people get all up in arms defining what is good and not-so good in this world!
what’s a good girl?
well, for the purpose of what i am talking about and the purpose of this blog, i have to say that a good girl is one who is trying to do the right thing, while projecting an image of confidence in herself. sorry, no little house on the prairie dress-wearing, asocial homebodies here…the good girls i am talking about are fabulous individuals, who are spiritually fit, emotionally stable and, usually–unless i just came from kickboxing–fabulously dressed.
and…yet, we continue to be denounced by some of our peers and disregarded by the men in our lives who choose to admire us like a faberge egg. in fact, i recently told a great friend of mine (j.w.) that i am art gallery candy (as opposed to being arm candy). what’s art gallery candy, you ask…
it’s beautiful (and possibly interesting) to look at, but no one is trying to pay those kinds of prices! LOL!
gee, stephanie, modest much? i’m just being honest. unlike the scantily-clad chick who is willing to do anything and everything to please everyman…this good girl is bit more discerning, and to add to that, there’s a quite a few things that i am not willing to do, or even discuss.
good girls are not trophies…we are rewards. if you desire arm candy, then the good girl as defined here is probably not for you. you’ll probably need a bebe t-shirt wearing, faux blonde or bad weave, plastic surgery and exhibitionism addict that shops at forever 21, although she’s waaaaaaaay older than that! (sorry…just being honest about what i see). what i am trying to say that, at the end of the day, you get what you pay for. if everything came easy, then its probably not real, or built to last.
guys (bad or otherwise), you’ve got to get to the point where you get past what it looks like. after all, if she put it all out there for you, don’t think that you’re special. she does that all the time. in the meanwhile, you are missing out on the “girls” that are sincere about being your friend, your partner, your confidant, and maybe even Mrs.Freakum Dress (note the Mrs. ;D) because you are preoccupied with Ms.Shake-What-You-Got-in-those-Jeans. There was a time when you didn’t turn THOSE into housewives…but you’re doing it now, and wondering why she got half and how you got here.
if you are looking for something real and someone real to share it with, you might want to give the good girl in your life a chance, and stop being scared that she is actually on your level and may have something (gasp!) genuine to offer.
i can’t say it enough…good girls need love, too…