Tuesday, January 20, 2009
Everything Is Relative...And In The South Everyone Is (a) Relative
Scott's Tip Of The Day: Earlier in January I posted some dating tips for guys and girls. Many of you have taken these tips to heart and already have budding romances. I realize now I forgot to tell you one important thing. When picking a suitable person to date, marry or have relations with, it is imperative you do not pick a person who is related to you. No sisters, brothers, mothers, fathers, uncles, aunts, cousins, daughters, sons, nephews, nieces etc. This can get tricky sometimes. "What about my next door neighbor?" Is your next door neighbor related to you? Then I am afraid the answer is no. "What about my college professor?" Are you home schooled? Is your "college" your house and is your "professor" your dad? The answer is still no. I realize this advice only really applies to a certain segment of the population (residents of West Virginia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Arkansas, Kentucky) but I thought it was important I clarify. If you are already dating a relative, when you break up with them let them down easy. This is the best way to end things because you probably already live with them.