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E. Jean Comes to Life!

If you haven't noticed by now, I am a huge fan of E. Jean Carroll. And just in case you have been living under a rock and somehow missed her weekly column on DearSugar, click here to get all caught up. You won't regret it, I promise!

In the meantime, if you're a super fan like me, check out yet another smart and witty video of E. Jean herself dishing out some advice on the best way to lose your chap's interest. Enjoy, and stay tuned until Thursday for E. Jean's new Q&A!

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Sania-luvs-u-2 Sania-luvs-u-2 8 years
“That little talk” spells a Humongous Amount of Trouble! Right on, E. Jean!
Daphonay Daphonay 8 years
Lord have mercy, ain't that the truth! Do you need to talk to friends to make sure they still like you? Your parents? Your sister? Your boss? Your co-workers? So why then your boyfriend? Everyone knows where there relationship is going. Actions speak louder than words.
VixenMJ VixenMJ 8 years
So very true. I wish someone had given me this glowing piece of advice when I sat Mark down on the playground structure in the third grade and asked him "where is this going?"
amykc amykc 8 years
O, "the talk," WORST THING EVER. Most boys run the other way and would rather have someone stick a needle in their eye than have the talk. Sometimes, I'd rather have someone stick a needle in my eye than have the talk. Then, how does one have the talk without having the talk? Darn, Catch-22.
amykc amykc 8 years
O, "the talk," WORST THING EVER. Most boys run the other way and would rather have someone stick a needle in their eye than have the talk. Sometimes, I'd rather have someone stick a needle in my eye than have the talk. Then, how does one have the talk without having the talk? Darn, Catch-22.
LauraRogers LauraRogers 8 years
The Talk is a frightening beast indeed. There is no faster way to send boys- actually, come to think of it, me too- running for them thar hills.
sylvieK sylvieK 8 years
it's funny 'cause it's true. shows like "fear factor" should have thrown their male contestants into "where do we stand?" conversations with girlfriends rather than tubs full of sewer rats and scorpions. i think most men would've preferred the latter. resist the urge, ladies. props, e. jean.
Gina-Colada Gina-Colada 8 years
"Having 'the talk'" even ranks above "having your man count your butt pimples" on the How To Lose His Interest scale.
missmaddie missmaddie 8 years
Does this mean I should stop spouting my undying devotion to you, O Aunt Of My Soul???
JRStudenroth JRStudenroth 8 years
Ah! The nighmarish talk. Auntie E, you hit it on the head with this one. The "talk" only spells trouble-- as I've learned the hard way in the past. Too bad I didn't see this video before my last boy started packing!
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