Thursday, May 14, 2009

New Feature!!!

One of the things I really hate about magazines' 'problem pages' is that they never give out realistic advice. To fix this, I've decided I'm going to start my own advice column right here on this blog.

If you want advice, ask your question in the comments.

However, until I get an actual question (which we all know will probably never happen), every Thursday I'm going to re-answer a question from 'Ask Laskas' in Reader's Digest, as that dumb bitch never gets it right. Without further ado, here's today's question:

My stepdaughter is getting married and has asked her father to provide the music. My Husband has decided to go one step further: He wants to play drums with the band…all night. Am I wrong in thinking the father of the bride should act like the father of the bride and not the hired help?

Dear Partnerless,

In my experience, only snobs use the term 'hired help' and only the worst kind of snob would refer to a professional musician as that. Let's face it, the real reason you're upset is simply because you're not the center of attention for once and it's burning you up inside. Not only is your stepdaughter getting the limelight for once, your husband is focusing on what she wants instead of what you want for a change.

Get over yourself and get it through your head that not everything is about you and what you want. This isn't your wedding and what your daughter and her father decide to do has absolutely fuck all to do with you. The world doesn't revolve around you so cry me a river, build me a bridge and get the fuck over it.




Tune in next Thursday for another awesome question answered honestly (for once)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Oh THIS could be FUN!!!!!!