The People Pleaser – The Bad Guy

Posted: July 6, 2010 in Uncategorized
People-pleaser - The Bad Guy

People-pleaser - The Bad Guy

I was strictly a people-pleaser and never dared to say ‘No’ to anyone, I try to help people even if I don’t have the capability or the capacity to do so. Yet being a people-pleaser will eventually lead one to conflicts. So much of Historical Re-enactment is based on conflicts – from the Mesopotamian war to World War II , in each battle re-enactment, there is a “good guy” and a “bad guy”.

Different Ideologies spreaded by certain people causes these conflicts that produce the ‘good guy’ and the ‘bad guy’ dual, by those who are proponents and by those who are opposed to them (certain people). Others take their word into consideration, and accept the ‘good guy’ to be there life savior and the ‘bad guy’ to be a vigorous criminal.
Then other people would add more spices to the ‘bad guy’ character to make the role even spicier. Just to make this clear, one would say that the ‘bad guy’ kicked my Neighbors uncle’s dog, just to prove the bad guy myth.

People would spread rumors, hearsay, Chinese as well as Taiwanese whispers and things they’d heard from their neighbor’s mother-in-law who had heard it from her drivers friend’s elder brother, As with all the information sources it is vital that people try to apply one’s own filtering mechanisms to things, just to make the ‘bad guy’ character more bad. The same applies to the ‘good guy’.

Sometimes it may seem like to be the ‘good guy’ today and the ‘bad guy’ tomorrow, and accepting the fact that you are a ‘bad guy’ means you’ve stood up for something…, sometime in your life. It’s more fun as one wouldn’t expect by being a bad guy. Remaining as the bad guy throughout your life would eventually double or triple the fun in life.
The mistake most good guys, who become a bad guy does is, fight back and prove the fact that there not bad as people think. Well despite having all the fun being the bad guy, why on earth does one have to take the hassle to prove that one is the good guy to a set of foolish people?

So being the bad guy is full of excitement and fun. Have your says as comments, I need to hear how people would react to this post.

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Comments
  1. shehan says:

    😉 😉 i’ll rather wait till others write there comments …

  2. Windy says:

    Hmmmmmmm i would like to request kindly, to watch SHREK FOREVER AFTER cos it might be able to give the correct justification to Mr Kiribath’s post.

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