It’s Wicked Wednesday people. The questions are lit,(literally) Lets begin shall we
Q: Fia my husband has made the announcement that he is going to cook thanks giving turkey this year. Fia I love this man but he can not cook. The food ends up bland and burnt. We are having people from his job over and I don’t want him to be the butt of their jokes. How can I convince him that it would be a bad idea?
A: Honestly at this moment time is of the essence. Tell him you want him to do a trial run with Cornish hens. When he sees that the birds did not come out right it may change his mind. If that does not work put your foot down and say You always take if the turkey and this year is no different. Or pull out the tears. Guilt him to change his mind.
Q: I am going to my cousin’s house for thanks giving. That’s not the issue. The issue is my cousin has this cat and her house smells of cat and I can not breath in her house. I told her that I may not come and she laid a guilt trip on me so thick, I got a headache. Help me get out of this.
A: Desprite times calls for desprite measures. Bring in the big guns. Call your mother and tell her you are not feeling well and you need to get rest. If she said that you can get rest there. You counter by saying that your doctor said you need to stay home because it sounds as if you were at the beginning stages of a respiratory virus. Since your cousin has the cat it would aggravate the situation. Hope that helps.
Q: I was invited to the screening of my best friends off-Broadway play. Here is the problem. I don’t want to go. If it’s bad I’ll tell her it’s bad. If it’s good I’ll tell her it’s good. If I feel it should never have gone to theater I would tell her. I don’t want to lose a friend. What do you think?
A: I think you should go. If your that close she may want that honesty from you. If she doesn’t speak to you again, she was never really a friend right? So my opinion go. You never know it might be the best thing you’ve ever seen.
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