Monday, January 16, 2023

People Get Horny in Grief

I think that advice columns give more nincompoopery per word than nearly any other type of article on the net. Particularly if you (like I) are trying to avoid political talk. Recently the problems have seemed to come with a particularly odd twist. I mean, maybe not, but odd to me.

Here are 3 examples of what I mean.

1. A woman whose husband died less than 18 months ago is now having an affair with her husband's illegitimate son. Some 20 years younger than her. (The daughter of the woman / half-brother to the guy is writing in at the end of her patience.)

2. A woman whose husband died less than 18 months ago is now having an affair with the dead husband's nephew (her brother-in-law's son). (The woman writes in asking how to break it to her ex-Mother-in-law / boy's grandmother.)

3. A man with a dying husband is now lusting after the husband's caretaker (also a man). (Horny healthy husband is writing in.)

To all of them, the advice was to knock it off, or not pursue it, depending on the situation. In the first situation, the advice columnist agreed it is kinda gross, but the daughter / half-sister has not choice in this, except to stop visiting.


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