Fannie responds to SAIC students about their oh-so-impending questions.
Wednesday, December 21st 2005
I keep dreaming of one of my teachers. In the dream his hand is guiding mine across the canvas. Do you think I should make my feelings known?
Dear Still Dreaming,
Wow hot dream. What happened next, did you two watch the paint dry? If he’s that uninspiring in a dream, imagine how dull he is in real life. Forget about him and find yourself an Oceanographer. Now that’s what I am talking about! I’ll bet his eyes would always drift off into the distance. And when you asked him, “what are you thinking about?” He would say, “the sea.”
My mother just told me that she read somewhere about a woman who had twins, each from a different father. You may wonder, how did they know? Well, one was black and the other white. Could this be true? I am not saying I’m worried for myself or anything, but, well, I need to know.
My-mother-better-be-lying in Chicago
If she is anything like my mother, she is probably lying. I did hear of a set of twins where one was normal and the other one had a sac of hair and teeth growing out of the side of its face. I mean does that mean the mother slept with a normal man and a monster man? Maybe we’ll never know.
My 21-year-old boyfriend lives with me and my 14-year-old son. Or did, until I kicked out my son. It turns out they’ve been “fooling around” and I just don’t see how I can ever trust my son again. Tell me, do you think this means my boyfriend is gay? If so, should I get a sex change so he will be more attracted to me?
To-snip-or-not-to-snip in Chi-town
I say do whatever it takes to keep your man, even if it means turning into one.
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