Friday, September 16, 2005

QUICK TIP: Don't tell your girlfriend what she can and can't read. Even if it's a self-help book.

You aren't 'really' anyone's 'daddy', that's just a term you appreciate because it helps to explain your dick problems. No one gets up in your craw when you masturbate to Playgirl. So, try to have the same respect for your ladyfriend.

Until next time, remember - jerks are a dime for seventeen dozens, and sometimes even cheaper than that.

7 Comments:

Blogger ANT MIGNONE said...

ive learned to not give girlfriends advice on anything.. its alot easier that way.

12:00 PM  
Anonymous Tammy said...

I love your blog. The advice is awesome and honest.

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe we're not telling you what you can or can't do, but just suggesting that's a stupid book. You don't need to turn it into a control issue because someone says "this sucks, why not something different?". It's actually an attempt to help improve situations. It goes beyond stretching things, it's fucking warped.

Here's some self help: If I criticize your book, I'm not criticizing you. I'm sorry about your insecurities.

12:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You really are a patronising whinging spunk bucket.

6:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What about Harry Potter?

Or the Da Vinci Code?

9:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sooo...i can't say 'read this book', no?
but if someone is 'really' a 'daddy' how does this relate to his penile problems? surely this is a matter between father and daughter.
and i take it you mean a dime for eighteen dozens.

blazin'

9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think you'r correct- telling a person what they can or cannot read is the sign of an overbearing eijit,
however if your reading self help books it tells us that you are in dire need of approval and affirmation which you should get from a person and not a book - self help books spout platitudes which will not make you a real or interesting person who can engage with the better boyfriend you are so desperate to create.

1:55 AM  

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