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10 Steps To Becoming A Bad B!tch In Montreal

Beta-females and basic b!tches need not apply.
10 Steps To Becoming A Bad B!tch In Montreal

I always hear guys say things like, "I just want a bad bitch by my side..." I've never really fully understood what that meant and if I even qualified for that position. So I did some research and turns out being a bad bitch is actually hard work. So who is a bad bitch? She's a self-respecting, strong woman who has her shit together. A bad-bitch is an alpha-female who lives her life in the best possible way. Basically, being a bad bitch is brilliant and if you aren't one yet, here's how you can become one ASAP.

1. Get a job

Bad bitches are financially independent. You need a job that you love and that, preferably, pays well. Don't ever rely on anyone to financially contribute to your lifestyle. Not even your parents. Hey, there's a new mega mall that's being built in Montreal and you could totally get yourself a job there.

2. Don't let guys/relationships consume you

Let go of your passion for finding one true love and, instead, date around and have casual flings with no expectations. Do whatever makes you happy, just don't let your love life consume you. There are things that are so much more important in a bad bitch life... like checking out these Montreal Tinder hunks for example.

3. Alter your wardrobe

Be a bad bitch inside and out, yeah. It's hot when you don't just feel like a bad bitch, but also look like one. Here's a list of Montreal stores where you can shop for sick outfits. Think leather, studs, all black everything. But then again, a bad bitch can pull out any look.

4. Change your vocabulary

Get rid of ridiculous expressions such as "OMG!", "YOLO", "literally", "yay!", etc. Same applies to your texting skills. It just makes you a better human being if you type "YOU" instead of "U". Elevate yourself to the next level of bad bitch by spelling words right and sounding like an adult.

5. Focus on your fitness

Sign up to a gym! Fit girls are the ultimate bad bitches. Your new life motto - when in doubt, squat it out. Here's a list of Montreal gyms that will help you feel amazing about yourself. It's never too late to put your life back together.

6. Eat whatever the hell you want

You know how girls always order salads? Bad bitches can eat whatever they want when they want it. Pizza after a night out? Don't mind if I do. Grab this list of places where you can satisfy your drunk food cravings in Montreal after 3am. Because fuck eating rabbit food at appropriate hours.

7. Be as smart as you can possibly be

Be cultured. Nothing says bad bitch more than being intelligent and knowing what's going on in the world. And I'm not talking about celebrity gossip. Nope! Go to museums and art exhibits, read news and books... there is so much you can do!

8. Learn to do guy things

A bad bitch is independent. You should be able to do anything that a man can do. For example, changing a tire or assembling an Ikea item. You can even learn to drive stick shift, it's freaking hot.

9. Don't be mean

I'd like to make one thing clear - being a "bad" bitch, doesn't mean you need to be bad. It's actually the opposite. You need to be the best possible version of yourself. Being mean is not a quality of a bad bitch. The baddest bitches are respectful, peaceful and friendly.

10. Do whatever you want, when you want it

Literally, do whatever you want. Anything. If you feel like completely disregarding this guide to becoming a bad bitch in Montreal, do it. You're a bad biiiiiiitch, girl! In case you don't even know what you want to do, here is a list of 30 fun activities in Montreal for ya.

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