When I used to wrestle professionally, I preferred being the bad guy known as 'The Heel;' you would get to 'work the crowd,' getting them to hate you and want to see you lose, while the good guy 'Babyface' would walk in, smile and shake hands with a few kids, and his acting job was done.
From the managerial perspective, Sir Oliver Humperdink, a heinous sort for most of his career, said the release of pentup emotions might even have been healthy for mind and soul. "As heels, we were able to be as annoying and politically incorrect' as possible.We were able to say and do what everyone probably wanted to say and do, but, for one reason or another, could never, ever get away with. And, by being able to do so, I generally found that my fellow heels were much more 'easygoing' than our babyface counterparts who had to 'toe the line.
WHEN THEY SAY, "LAST CALL," THAT DON'T MEAN THE NIGHT'S OVA THAT MEANS IT'S TIME FOR HER TO SHOW YA HOW QUICK SHE CAN HOP OUT THOSE GUCCI LOAFERS PIN HER ASS TO THE SOFA AND ATTACK THE CHOCHA S&M CHICK, ASS PUSHIN' A CHOKER BUT I THOUGHT ABOUT HOW RICH I AM AND SAID, "NO SIR!" CHICK WAS CRAZY, GAVE HER CRAZY SPACE WHAT IS IT THE "WHIP APPEAL", OR MY BABYFACE?
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