Dr. Date, I’m really worried about my friend because he does some pretty destructive things when he’s in love. We were at a show in someone’s house out in Como, and he was just in a terrible mood. He bumped into this girl he’s in love with, got in a huge argument with her and then threw himself into a bonfire to prove some kind of point to her.
Dear Dr. Date, I’m crushing big-time on this one girl who’s in a cool band, and somehow we started hanging out. I never thought I’d be able to pull it off, but I just went right up to her after a show this past weekend, and we really hit it off.
Dr. Date, It’s been a weird week. My roommate is in a serious relationship with a girl who lives in a different state, and they’ve been trying to make up for lost time by having her stay with us for the past five days. That’s not the part I have a problem with — she’s a very sweet woman who is great to have as a temporary roommate. What I do have a problem with, however, is that our living room has turned into a nightmare sex dungeon.
Dr. Date, I recently broke up with my girlfriend of about eight months, but she still seems to pop up wherever I’m at. I realized shortly after we started seeing each other that she didn’t have that many friends, so she kind of became a constant part of my life pretty quickly. That was a real blessing at first because we were in love with each other, and she had the time and interest in exploring all the different parts of my life. So we got to spend a whole lot of time with each other.
My girlfriend and I work at a local fast food restaurant. That’s how we met, actually. She’s the manager; I’m the assistant manager. … Or at least I was.
Last week, she caught me lifting a couple of twenties from the register and fired me right then and there. I understand why she had to take action, and I’m not angry with her in the least. We’re still together but probably not for long.
If she stays with me, it would put her entire career in restaurant management in jeopardy. See, she’s forgiven me, but