Torrance Grant was always an easygoing girl, though after visiting the department of motor vehicles to get her new car tag, she might just be going easier than she ever imagined.
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Never one to let things bother or frustrate her, Torrance even maintained a smile and pleasant attitude waiting in the long line at the DMV. When she finally reached the somewhat disgruntled looking overworked woman behind the counter she also was all smiles and perky, happy and sure to call the woman ma'am out of respect.
Something about Torrance's perky attitude seems to bug the woman, though Torrance isn't going to judge her. She quickly signs for her new tag, opting out of the personalized ones for the random basic one of a 2 letter five number combination.
It isn't until Torrance is on her knees in the parking lot, attaching the new tag that she sees what it looks like. While the tag isn't personalized, it may as well be with the somewhat obvious words it appears to read, words which are already being noticed by guys walking past towards the DMV.
After returning and waiting in line to ask for any other possible tag, Torrance is in a rare state of frustration as the woman informs her she opted out of personalized and so is stuck with that one for the remainder of the year.
Trying to make the best of it, as her positive perky attitude always has, Torrance returns to her car and barely has the tag back on before a man approaches her.
Is it the random combinations of letters and numbers on the tag or is it something else which is not only changing men's perception of Torrance but changing her perception of herself?
Find out in Tagging Torrance, the story that proves a trip to the department of motor vehicles doesn't always fuck up your day... but sometimes that might just be the best part of your day.