Browsing All posts tagged under »Puberty«

In case you missed yesterday’s cartoon

November 15, 2012


Girls: the only thing keeping boys from thinking they know everything. Happy Thursday! Yesterday, I guest posted over at Sex, Lies and Bacon. Many of you popped over there. For those that may not have, I thought I’d post the cartoon here today. It sums up my grasp of the female psyche when I was a […]

A year’s worth of advice in 52 bite-sized pieces

September 25, 2012


Welcome to this week’s special edition of WTF Wednesday, where we went to great lengths to appear smarter than you, then we got lost and have no idea how to get back, so if you have any suggestions, let us know. I was thinking that, after just about a year of doing these WTF Wednesdays, […]

Is a messy room good for your immune system and 17 other really big questions.

September 19, 2012


Welcome to this week’s instalment of WTF Wednesday, where we understand that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. That’s why we try to avoid knowledge at all costs. We get a lot of questions that, while quite good, don’t warrant a full post’s worth of advice. Sometimes they’re simple yes or no answers, and […]

How to decide whether to tell your parents you’re going through puberty

September 5, 2012


Well, hi there, and welcome to this week’s instalment of WTF Wednesday, where the advice is free but the cost of following it is enormous. As many of you know, every Wednesday we take a break from the regular bloggishness and do an online advice spoof (sorry if you thought it was real all this […]

Being the person I want my son to become

September 3, 2012


OK, son, as you know, much of this blog is about me trying to keep you from becoming me. One might try and accuse me of just trying to make my own life easier by keeping you from terrorizing me the way I terrorized my parents. That may be the case for other bloggers, but […]

Parenting advice: 18 things Google thinks I know

August 8, 2012


Welcome to this week’s instalment of WTF Wednesday, where we treat others as we wish to be treated ourselves: we never ask others what they were doing last night between 11:00 p.m. and roughly 2:00 a.m. I’m still travelling in a land far, far away this week. My Internet access consists of a rock on […]