July 16, 2018

Frankly Fanny, by Herself

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Dear Frankly:
I wrote to another advice columnist and didn’t appreciate her answer, so I though I would give you a try. I complained that my husband of a few years was a slob and didn’t pick up after himself, not even clearing the dishes. I, on the other hand, am neat and orderly. A place for everything and everything in its place, I say. Anyway, this other columnist said I was at fault for being a clean freak and shared the blame with my slob husband. What do you think?
Distressed Denise

Dear Distressed:
Being someone who likes things in order, I would tend to agree with you and simply tell your husband to pull his share of the load. Actually, now that I am writing this, I recall living with my fifth husband, Pig Pen, and totally agree with you and think you should dump him.

Dear Frankly:
I’ve been married for 3 years now, and am totally in love with my husband, and he with me. For some reason, his parents do not like me at all. I have discussed this with my husband, but he has no clue why they do not like me. If his parents call and invite him to dinner, they make sure to like tell him not to invite me. That is so rude. I have feelings and it hurts to be disliked. I always try to be nice, but it doesn’t seem to matter. What can I do to turn them around?
Really Hurt Hannah

Dear Really:
You need to get in their faces. My third husband was a momma’s boy until I set him and his momma straight. We soon divorced after that, but the message was received. Have your husband invite them over, so you can lay into them on your own turf. Serve lots of liquor.

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