February 21, 2018
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Comments for: My boss, ‘Mr. Johnson,’ can’t keep his private parts in his pants. Should I say something?

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  • Anonymous

    For Found Love Again: I had this same situation, only on the other side where I met a man who was widowed, and with a young son to raise. I encouraged him and the boy to talk about their lost loved one, and I am so happy that I did. My concern was for his in-laws- would they accept me? And they did- we are all so very close. I am one happy lady that I made this choice!! It brought me so close to the boy, even though I am not his Mom, I am his friend and I love him like my own!!

    • Tyke

       Congratulations.
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      I have firends who lost a beloved spouse and truly self aware and secure future wives/husbands will see the continued love for the one that was lost as proof of dedication, loyalty and capacity to love.
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      You are both wise and lucky.

  • Anonymous

    These articles crack me up…. Where do they find these people?

    • Anonymous

       That doesn’t look like a real person to me.  And his name is Mr. Johnson? Come on people and BDN. Next you’ll say his first name is _____ oh never mind.

      • Anonymous

        BDN’s version of a soap opera…Could be…Funny thing is that there are women out there who believe these stories..

        • Anonymous

          What does BDN have to do with this syndicated Slate column?

      • Anonymous

        The name is in quotes, meaning it’s a pseudonym. It’s also a joke, and a good one.

  • Anonymous

    I think she is a little hard on her boss about zipping.  My wife always checks on my zipper because I forget to zip all the time..

    • Anonymous

      Did you say hard on?

    • Anonymous

      Mine has a mind of its own, it knows how to use a zipper….:)

  • Anonymous

    WHY is this one of the first headlines posted on the online version of the BDN?  Is this all you can find for news? 

    • Tyke

       psssst
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      It’s an advice column.
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      Look it up.
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      Then look up “news”.
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      Compare these two definitions.
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      Then (if you have any capacity for embarrassment) blush.

  • Jud Crandall

    Here we go again with another one of these woman’s laughfests…of course you could come over and give it a little tug ;)

  • Anonymous

    Is this the best you can do for new’s?

    • Anonymous

      The BDN has carried advice columns for what, 50 years or more? Is that “new’s” to you?

    • Tyke

       new’s?
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      What do you believe belongs to new here (since you used the possessive form of the word)?
      .

  • Anonymous

    For Found Love Again, this woman is wrong for you. You should be able to still love your late wife AND her family. I am a widow with kids, not little kids, but one still at home. We are a package deal and if anybody wants to be a part of my life, they will have to understand the kids and late husband are a big part of WHO I am now. I would have room for someone in my life, but not someone I would have to tiptoe around. 

    You need to explain to your lady that your late wife is a part of WHO you are and that you will always love her for who she was to you, and that her family is still important to you. If she cannot or will not accept that, you might consider that she is trying to possess you, rather than love you.

  • Anonymous

    Does this guy wear Big Johnson tee shirts to work?

  • Zipping it up for him when he’s about 1% out will go 99% of the way towards improving his memory.

    The humble Farmer

    • Anonymous

      That would certainly put “teeth” into the gesture…

  • Anonymous

    I’m sure he’s doing it on purpose, expecially if he does not wear underwear.  His boss should instruct him on where to buy a pair of shorts or go find a job somewhere else.

  • Scott Harriman

    I thought this was a real newspaper, not a sleazy tabloid with fictional “help” letters.

    • Anonymous

      Well, I guess you thought wrong!

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