Funny dating advice columns
I once published a letter from a woman whose boyfriend had also gotten the short end of the stick—although perhaps not quite so drastically as yours—and in response I heard from several women who said they were initially very disappointed by their beloved's under-endowment and wondered whether it was a relationship killer.But they liked the guy so much that they stuck with it and said they eventually "adjusted" and came to find their sex lives fulfilling.The idea of asking people to donate their hair to a specific child is odd.As you've seen from the mother's Facebook page, ready-made wigs are easily available.I know how selfish that sounds, and it's killing me.Also, there are pictures on Facebook of her daughter wearing a wig, not that this justifies my unwillingness to donate.
Do women who marry very poorly endowed men end up regretting it?I feel like a horrible person, but I don't want to donate my hair.The only thing I like about my appearance is my hair.However, if each encounter leaves you feeling a void, then your frustration will ultimately kill the good parts of your relationship.If you let him go, you will be telling him the truth if you say he's one of the finest men you've ever known, but you two just don't have any chemistry in bed.
Dear Prudie, I am a 30-year-old woman who has been dating a lovely man for three months. I believe that sex is crucial to a relationship, and the thought of having a (potentially lifelong) relationship without an active sex life scares me.