Dear Ann Landers:

Good advice or has Ann lost her mind?

  • Good advice

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Ann has lost her mind

    Votes: 7 100.0%

  • Total voters
    7

vraiblonde

Board Mommy
PREMO Member
Patron
Dear Ann Landers,
Last New Year's Eve, my 15-year-old daughter had a party for her friends, under my supervision, of course. At midnight, while I was busy passing out soft drinks and food, I turned around to see "John," my 40-year-old boyfriend, kissing one of my daughter's 16-year-old friends. This was no ordinary peck on the cheek. The kiss was on the lips, and John's hands were planted firmly on her behind. The girl's arms were wrapped around his neck. When I confronted Mr. Hot Stuff later that night, he said he'd had too much to drink and didn't know what he was doing. John has apologized at least five times, but I can't seem to get that steamy scene out of my mind. He is a caring, wonderful man with a heart of gold, and we get along very well. As far as I know, he has been 100 percent faithful. Until this happened, I was sure he was Mr. Right. Should I forgive him for this one lapse, or is it a red flag that signifies a major character flaw? I need your advice.
-- Unsure in Columbia, Ohio

Dear Columbia,
I opt for the one-lapse explanation this time. Accept it. Alcohol can do strange things. Consider this a dead issue, and suggest that John stick to cola on future occasions.
 

terbear1225

Well-Known Member
My question is, why was he that drunk while hosting a party full of teenagers that supposedly weren't drinking?
 

vraiblonde

Board Mommy
PREMO Member
Patron
My question is, why was he that drunk while hosting a party full of teenagers that supposedly weren't drinking?
There are a number of things wrong with that situation, one of which is Ann Landers' "advice". Imagine your teenage daughter goes to a party and ends up making out with the host's mom's 40 year old drunk boyfriend....
 

Bann

Doris Day meets Lady Gaga
PREMO Member
Dear Ann Landers,
Last New Year's Eve, my 15-year-old daughter had a party for her friends, under my supervision, of course. At midnight, while I was busy passing out soft drinks and food, I turned around to see "John," my 40-year-old boyfriend, kissing one of my daughter's 16-year-old friends. This was no ordinary peck on the cheek. The kiss was on the lips, and John's hands were planted firmly on her behind. The girl's arms were wrapped around his neck. When I confronted Mr. Hot Stuff later that night, he said he'd had too much to drink and didn't know what he was doing. John has apologized at least five times, but I can't seem to get that steamy scene out of my mind. He is a caring, wonderful man with a heart of gold, and we get along very well. As far as I know, he has been 100 percent faithful. Until this happened, I was sure he was Mr. Right. Should I forgive him for this one lapse, or is it a red flag that signifies a major character flaw? I need your advice.
-- Unsure in Columbia, Ohio

Dear Columbia,
I opt for the one-lapse explanation this time. Accept it. Alcohol can do strange things. Consider this a dead issue, and suggest that John stick to cola on future occasions.
She's lost her mind. Bye John. Pick up your stuff later. On the lawn. Change the locks.
 
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