warning label

I think mine might say:

Kind of heart and full of love but her mouth is caustic.

Perhaps it might say:

She runs her life with a velvet hammer.

Maybe even:

She’ll ask you Why? more times than you can count, but only because she wants to better understand you and your motivation.

It could possibly say:

Maybe she’s not the best at being loved, but she’s pretty good at loving. (paraphrased from Chelsea Carroll)

Or even this:

Plays well with others, but only for a little while.

In all honesty, I suspect my warning label should be the following:

She’s a cat in the form of a girl. She will equally expect and reject your affection. She will require your immediate and undivided attention, but only when it’s least convenient for you. She will provide comfort and adoration, but bite without warning.

You may be asking, Why you gotta label everything? Believe me when I tell you I have absolutely no idea, but I know I function better that way.
This kind of label sounded fun to me.
What do y’all think?
What are some of your warning labels?

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13 thoughts on “warning label

  1. Calm until I’m not

  2. “Will support you eternally, but has a permanent third foot that lives in her mouth”

  3. Hahah I love these!
    Mmm, I’m not sure. “Cold hands, warm heart” and maybe “short & sweet but swears like a sailor” 😂

  4. I’ve thought about this, too! In fact, I think this was my idea for a dream I had that I wrote my first blog story about (“Hello, My Name Is”). The funny thing is that I could never figure out just WHAT that label said.

  5. Tough to find a label, not faults, just the right label.

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