September 19, 2018

Frankly Fanny . . . by Herself

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Dear Frankly:
I am happy to maintained a close friendship since childhood. I recently discovered my best friend’s husband is cheating on her with a neighbor of mine. I see him with her often during the weekday. My friend has wonderful children and I hesitate to be the one who disturbs the peace. Maybe she’s better of status quo. Should I tell my friend and chance that she would want to know? I am at my wits end. What do you think I should do?
Troubled Theresa

Dear Troubled:
You are privy to first hand information that your friend’s husband is committing adultery. Unfortunately, if people didn’t cheat on their spouses, some folks would never have sex. So, while he is a low-down , disgusting slime dog, he is fulfilling another woman’s needs.
Dear Frankly:
Is staring at other women a “guy thing?” When we are out together, my boyfriend seems to just about snap his neck to look at other women. He is almost always checking out their features, and I am not talking about their fetching faces and sparkling eyes. When I object, he tells me it is just a guy-thing and I need to get used to it. Is this normal? Am I to believe that all men ogle women, even when they are in the company of another? Seriously?
Disgusted Diane

Dear Disgusted:
My fourth husband had a head jerk thing going on until I started dressing to make the heads snap myself. After he recovered from stepping on other men’s tongues and begging me to tone it down, he got the message and gave me his undivided attention. Tit for tat, I say.

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