Hall of Fame: Bad Boys

Oh the bad boy. We love him, we hate him and somehow he entices us to love him again. Typically, we find our heart willing to offer a second or third chance after he turns on that smoldering gaze, or in many cases for me, he retorts with a snarky quip during a heated argument that has a touch of flirtation under the surface. Once that “I know I’m hot” grin spreads across his face, I’m done.

These three bad boy Hall of Fame-ers have been taunting me for the past couple of years. Continue on if you dare, and prepare to be hooked yourself.

1. Tim Riggins

Let me just get this out in the open: greasy hair is gross. Tim Riggins, even when he’s not sporting is #33 jersey on the Dillon Panther football field, always…I MEAN ALWAYS has greasy hair. Ironically, I choose to overlook his aversion to shampoo and often find myself swooning any time he is featured on Friday Night Lights. He’s just so pretty.

2. Matthew Bomer

Let me just get this out in the open: I understand that it is rumored that darling Matthew does not play for my team. With that said, GOOD LORD HE’S HOT! I encourage you to go and set your DVR for White Collar right now. Whether he’s in orange jailhouse coveralls or his signature three-piece suit and fedora, I would invite him to con me anytime.

3. Ian Somerhalder

Let me just get this out in the open: Yes. I watch Vampire Diaries and I LOVE IT. Stop judging. Damon Salvatore speaks my love language: sarcasm. And for some reason, I get a kick out of him when he’s sucking the life out of some chick, or showing tiny signs of vulnerability before breaking a neck. Hands down, he has the best one-liners on television since Arrested Development and the arrival of Modern Family. And if you’re wondering where you’ve seen those gorgeous eyes before, it’s probably because he played Boone on Lost.

What do you guys think? Who else is a hot bad boy? What are some other Hall of Fame ideas for the future? As always, feel free to peruse my entire collection on my Facebook page or read my entries HERE, HERE and HERE.


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