My Tag Line

Usually ex-boyfriends cause grief and/or embarrassment but on occassion you are left with something kind of special. Something that makes you smile or something that almost makes the entire relationship worth it.

Most boyfriends I was left with t-shirts and the occasional understanding of what kind of guy to avoid from then on. One guy, who was very different than most guys I dated, actually gave me my very own tag line. I can’t say much about him but I can give him that.

I was 22 when I was dating him and he was 19 I think. Soon after dating him I found out he was pledging the dreaded frat and that was one of the many downfalls of whatever our “relationship” was. The moment he got the tattoo on his arm deep down I knew he really wasn’t someone I should be dating.

One day though, at the begining when it was cute and fun I asked him to describe me in one line when he first met me. It didn’t take him long but this is exactly, to the word, how he described me:

An attractive thrill-seeker with a dirty mind.

That was me, or at least that was me at age 22. Whether we were really connected or had anything special for a moment he knew me pretty well. I can say that much. I love that line and I still use it.


  1. Mr. Fabulous

    September 20, 2007 at 8:39 am

    That IS a good line. I need a tag line, dammit.

  2. themuttprincess

    September 20, 2007 at 10:08 am

    That is a great tag line.

    Too bad he was a frat boy!

  3. Robin

    September 20, 2007 at 1:14 pm

    Mr. Fab – You do, everyone needs one. I need to update Erik’s tagline for his name on here. It’s too funny :lmao:

    TMP – I know, it almost ruins it.

    HeatherB – :erik:

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