We all have experienced the feeling when you were doing something wrong, something that you know adults would judge or brand you as a “bad” person. The delicious bad sensation. When you go against the ideals of a “good” teenager, and do a little bad, let’s be honest: you feel sorta good.
You can’t deny how good it feels to do the wrong thing SOMETIMES. Now, I’m not saying you have to go out of your way to do something illegal or devastatingly immoral, and in no way am I encouraging you to do anything out of your comfort zone. I’m just here to tell you how good I feel when I do something I know could be considered bad by authority figures. The thrill is what feels the best, especially when it’s your first time doing something a little wicked. Your heart skips a beat and you feel more vivacious, and, if you’re anything like me, you live for the adrenaline rush of life. Also, doing things that you consider to be wrong gives you that wonderful feeling of being a little bit of a badass, like wearing a leather jacket in convent. Strange? I know. Not the cocky, annoying badass, when you feel the need to tell everyone what you have done, but the kind of badass that secretly makes you feel a littler cooler. As silly as it sounds, you have to admit it’s a little true.
It feels beyond good to be a little bad here and there, not excessively or all the time, but with little things. Getting away with something or possibly sneaking around feels good in the moment: the feeling of being a little delinquent gives you the indescribable and unmatched feeling of being alive.