If You Got A Problem – Ep. 8 – “Dinner With Dad”

Oh damn! There’s a new episode of our competitive advice podcast, If You Got A Problem, up now! If you don’t believe us we’ll prove it by posting it right damn here:

 

 

You see that? It’s a new episode, just like we said. As always, you get to decide who gave the best advice by voting below. We’ll let the winner know they’re a winner on next week’s episode. You know the drill.

 


 

How do you expand and branch out in your career if you can’t or don’t really want to pack up and go somewhere else? Also how do you listen to Unpopular Opinion even if you don’t have internet access? All of those questions are answered in this segment.

 


 

Have you ever had one of those freeloading friends who comes over and eats all your food and drinks all your drinks but never offers anything in return? If so, did you stop being friends with them? If not, can we come over?

 


 

How do you make your life a little more interesting without uprooting your entire life?

 


 

When’s the right time to tell a potential hookup that you have a prosthetic leg?

 


 

Is going to Thanksgiving dinner at your racist/abusive dad’s house worth it if he’s also rich and promises to pay for your wedding someday?

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2 comments on “If You Got A Problem – Ep. 8 – “Dinner With Dad”

  1. What you do for “Dinner with a Racist Dad” is hire someone to pose as your boyfriend and grift dear old dad for all he’s worth? Throw a fake marriage with fake friends, hire a child actor to be his grandchild, and on his death bed tell him it was all a lie and no one ever really loved him.

  2. Damn; on question two I want to vote for a mash up of both Jeff and Raquelle’s advice. I never expect anything from friends for anything I do for them; (that way it’s a nice surprise when I do get reciprocation). So I agree with Jeff on that, but I also agree that if it’s a resentment for the person not to let it stew and to talk it out like Raquelle said.

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