In my own really selfish way of living and finding joy and happiness in living out this life, I find that the only way to do so and find self-satisfaction is to master the art of being evil, and to control the extent of how badly you can treat other people who doesn’t know how to control themselves.
It’s confusing. I know. But I’m not one who knows how to explain things well in terms understandable by the general public, so just let me rant on even if none of these makes any sense whatsoever.
Anyway, my theory is, there are the good guys, the guys who pretend to be good, bad guys, and then there are the bad guys who are good guys in disguise.
1. The good guy
The person who is nice, kind, tolerant and generally a saint to all the types of humans described above. So when someone does something wrong, this person forgives them and even thinks of logical, rational excuses why such people need to do such mean behaviours. Once in a while is good, but once this person starts to be unable to handle the selfish and inconsiderate behaviour of others, they will slowly build unneeded unhappiness and stress everytime they try to figure out why the heck people have to treat them badly, take advantage of them, blah blah, etc.
Professions suitable for such personalities: Anything that requires dealing with customers/clients/people over 50% of the time. Such as nurses, doctors, teachers, lecturers, and customer service.
2. The guys who pretend to be good
These people are in fact, people who are rotten in the inside, and put on a nice mask to lead society into believing that they are actually good and kind people. Their target is mostly the good guys as mentioned above, as being easily trusting, they are able to get these good people to do their bidding using nice words. So these guys live easy, having other people do stuff and ultimately take credit for it.
Professions suitable for such personalities: Con man, Sales agent, Insurance agent, anything that requires someone to trust you long enough to give you money and then disappear from their lives forever.
3. The bad guys
These people are bad. And the good thing is they are not afraid to show it. The bad thing however is that there IS a reason as to why they are not afraid to show it. They are so obviously evil that to prevent people from having a chance to avoid them, they strike fast, and hard, and some of the time, fatally. People generally end up hoping to meet the wolves that pretend to be sheep rather than the true wolves themselves since the consequences normally is less physically damaging.
Professions suitable for such personalities: Mafia, robbers, theives… you get my meaning.
4. The bad guys that are good guys in disguise
I want to believe that the world is full of these people. But the thing is I don’t run into them, and it’s like there’s a oversaturation of pure bad people and good people in the space I exist in. But then of course the bad guys who pretend to be good are normally elusive and could possibly be easily miscalculated as one of the pure good aquaintances that I know. Anyway, these people are like mirrors. They’d mirror the type of whatever the person they’re dealing with is. Which is easy if the target is a good person. But the key point is that these people are able to be worse bad guys than the bad guys they meet and then emerge from the interaction “victorious”. In a sense that they can let go of whatever the bad stuff that is thrown at them and bear no malice, but is able to find it in their hearts to take revenge at the first chance they get. You know, to be fair. So in short, these people are good to good people, and bad to bad people.
Professions suitable for such personalities: I don’t know. Because of the amazing adaptability of these people, the possibilities are endless as well. LOL.
Disclaimer: This “analysis” has no scientific research background whatsoever, except by the extremely limited number of samples that were taken from the human population in a very confined area. So there is no accuracy assured with the above text and is basically generally unloading of rants by someone that is not at all satisfied with the number of bad people and also with the number of good people that needlessly put up with the evil antics of bad people pretending to be good.