So this might be the most pointless correction you've ever received in an email, but Ross didn't light tea candles and put rose petals everywhere for Rachel... Monica did it when she proposed to Chandler. Unless there's something I'm forgetting, but I think this is the scene you were thinking of. Love your advice.—Beth
You are a pathetic loser leading young people straight to hell like a wicked pied piper! Repent of your sins and quit!—David N.
From your most recent column: "the holesome story of Newt and Callista’s courtship." I see what you did there, Dan, but I thought it was a typo at first. A cursory search on Google came up empty, even on Urban Dictionary. I think you just coined yourself a new term.—Brent R.
I'm the wife in the "femdom" marriage that was mentioned in your most recent column. Could you let my brother-in-law know that the humiliation, the spankings, and the cuckolding were all his brother's ideas? I wasn't kinky when we met but I was a "Savage Love" reader and I was GGG and I've come to adore my husband's kinks. (I do whatever I want and he does whatever I say? What's not to like?) Tell my brother-in-law that we'll be careful to edit photos more carefully in the future. But if he doesn't want to hear about his brother getting spanked, humiliated, or cheated on, HE SHOULD STOP READING OUR BLOG.—The Good Wife
From this week's column: "Reassure him that you're not a duckling—you're not going to imprint on the first dick you see—but that you wanted him to know..." Wouldn’t that be a “dickling”? I knew a girl like that back in high school.—Bill S.
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