Anon. Advice.

So what’s the dilly? Where’s the first edition of the Anonymous Advice column?

well, we need to pull a few more questions in before it’s going to be any good. So this post is serving as another call to arms to the readers of

Need help with a relationship? Ask the advice team!
Not sure what to do about a tricky work situation? Ask the advice team!

Feel free to post your questions as comments to this post. As soon as a few questions come in? the advice team will rock it hard.

4 thoughts on “Anon. Advice.

  • 4/7/2006 at 10:11 am

    I’m so glad there is an advice column now – there is something which has been worrying me for a long time and I have had no one to consult until now.

    A family member has become so engrossed in a video game that he excludes nearly everything else, even the family he once loved. Before The Game, he was a cheerful and cooperative member of the household; now, he spends all his time in the basement, the glow of the monitor illuminating his pale face and long hair. Yes, even his hygiene has reached a new low since the arrival of The Game. He is surly and refuses to pause The Game to talk to the people he once loved. I am very concerned. Not only do I miss his company, but I fear he is inhabiting a world in which he will never find true happiness. How can I suggest he cut back or stop playing The Game in a way to which he will be receptive? I fear that he will not stop playing long enough to hear my concerns, and that even if he did, The Game has such a hold on him that he may be lost forever. Please help, I am greatly appreciative.

  • 4/7/2006 at 10:23 am

    I need advice.

    I want to encourage more social gatherings with my company. but for whatever reason, these people don’t want to go rockclimbing, play squash, or try Scuba. how can I approach my professional friends and try to bring them into my more active social community?

  • 4/7/2006 at 11:15 am

    I got your answer my friend: Pixy dust. Nothing gets the blood flowing in an older gentleman or lady than some magic sprinkles to jump-start their youth again. It’s possible there may be a more tangible substitute. Cocaine?

  • 4/17/2006 at 8:34 am

    I wish to increase my will power. What do you recommend?


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