Why we say goodbye

June 26, 2008 at 5:18 pm Leave a comment

“It has nothing to do with you,” he said. “It’s not about your curvaceous ass. Or your nifty breasts.”

I smiled. “You think my breasts are nifty?”

“Or your kissable lips.” And he kissed me.

We live on opposite sides of town. Ironically, he lives in a neighborhood heavily populated by lesbians. I told myself I’d never date a woman who lives over there because getting there from Camberville is such a pain. So I ended up dating a man who lives there.

I’d said I would drive him home last night, but I was really wiped from an extra-long day. I didn’t cook dinner either. So he took the T home. For an hour and a half.

I am a bad, bad girlfriend for not driving him home so he could wake up in his own bed and start his day off right.

But at least I have nifty breasts.

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