Comedy Gym: Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Can’t Ask Stu: Vol.28

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Welcome to the another edition of ‘Those Who Can, Do. Those Who Can’t Ask Stu.’ Each edition I do my best to answer questions about comedy or life in general. Feel free to send any questions to stu.mccallister@yahoo.com. I will do my best to enrich your life (or make you eat it on a extreme level). Thanks for reading.

Stu McCallister

People can also ask questions about everyday things in life. I will try to answer in a non-jackassery way. No guarantees though.

Question #1
Up to this point in my academic career, I have always been known for being a smart, diligent student. I graduated from high school with academic accolades and one of the highest GPAs in the graduating class.
However, since starting college this semester, I have become apathetic toward school, as if to say, “I have worked this hard already; why bother working anymore?” Because of this, I’m failing most of my classes — as only a freshman, mind you. Although I recognize my attitude is terrible, I haven’t been able to get rid of it and get to work again.

I’m confused about where this apathy came from, and I don’t want it to get any worse. Would you have any ideas as to why I might feel this way, and possible suggestions about how to get myself back on track? –HP

Answer
In high school there were people there to make sure that you did your work. Your teachers, your parents, even your classmates that you have known forever were there to keep you on task. College is about you making all the decisions. I can see that you really don’t care much. Otherwise you would be all about hitting the books and studying. That’s fine. We all weren’t cut out to be adults. I recommend that you go back home, with your tail tucked between your legs, and practice saying ‘Would you like fries with that?’ Or you can get your shit together and figure out what you want to do. Grow a pair. Next question…



Question #2
I have been with “John” for 18 years. We married while he was in prison. I know I have outgrown him, but I’m scared to say it’s over in case I realize later that we should be together. Over the years, we have both cheated and hurt each other.

I don’t know exactly what I am holding onto with him. There doesn’t seem to be anyone else out there to choose from, so maybe I should stay. I’m not afraid to be alone, but I am confused. I am suffering from depression over this. Please help. –AA

Answer
Jesus Christ… Where to begin? You married him while he was in PRISON!!! Let me say that again. You married him while he was in PRISON!!! Now, I know not everyone who has been in prison is a bad person but this is not how a lifelong relationship should begin!!! You’ve cheated on him, he has cheated on you. Um, why are you two together? Because there is no one else around? Fuck me! Have you heard of the internet? There are plenty of sites out there for you to find people. There is probably one called dateaprisoner.com. Stop being an idiot. Cut the cord on this one and move on with your life. It is like ripping off a bandaid. It hurts at first but you are better off in the long run. Next question…



Question #3
My boyfriend has worn panties since he was 12. We are both 20 and have been together for a year. I know it’s odd, but I’ve always thought it was cute and, admittedly, sexy. We will graduate from college next year and are thinking about our futures.

I’ve been doing some reading and am concerned that he may have some repressed tendencies. He says he does not, and gets quiet and stubborn and won’t discuss it. He always dresses as a female character for Halloween, wearing my undies. This year he went as Lady Gaga.

Are these good-enough reasons to be worried? And if so, what should I do? –PR

Answer
Everything else is good in the relationship? I don’t think you have much to worry about. Unless he starts wearing and stretching out your panties.


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