I've always been the guy who plays the field. I like variety and my career ensures that I can have my pick of women.
Until her . . .
I've always been the girl who wants more. I want the white picket fence, the two-point-five kids and the dog. That's what all little girls grow up dreaming about.
Until him . . .
Why is it that she's all I can see? I no longer want the variety instead all I want is her. I won't stop until she believes that she's mine.
I assure you . . .
He's not the kind of guy I usually date. He's cocky and famous, and that hair. He says I'm what he wants, but I know his type. He likes to play the field. Only with me he's different.