Dear Prudence: I Really Want to Bang This Celebrity Stalker of Mine But Don’t Want to Take a Beating

Posted by on Feb 05, 2013 at 3:06 pm

This sure does sound a lot like Sean Penn.

Q. Hot and Bothered Volunteer: I met a celebrity through my volunteer work, and we have flirted ever since we met. I’m young, unattached, and enjoy the occasional one night stand. This man has made it clear he wants to wine and dine me and then take me back to his place, and I’d take him up on the offer—I’m wildly attracted to his intensity and his passion for this cause—except for his tumultuous past. You can’t believe everything you read, but he has a pretty dodgy reputation, and his outbursts have sent him to jail before. He has always been kind to me and the people around me, but it’s also difficult to ignore how poorly he’s treated women in the past. Would I be a bad person if I threw caution to the wind and had a brief fling with this person? I’m not interested in his money, his fame, or having a future with him.

Prudence surmises it could be Mel Gibson or Mike Tyson, although I’m unaware they volunteer for any causes. Sounds like Penn to me. Nice to see Prudence saying “yeah, go ahead” and do they guy. Women’s lib has come a long way, baby.

13 Responses to “Dear Prudence: I Really Want to Bang This Celebrity Stalker of Mine But Don’t Want to Take a Beating”

  1. John Pearson on 5/05/13 at 6:42 pm

    Russell Crowe? Sean Penn? Robert Downey Jr? Nope. Gotta be Danny Bonaduce.

  2. egd on 5/05/13 at 8:22 pm

    After reading through her column, I think the best course of action is to always do the opposite of what she says.

  3. Blue Hen on 6/06/13 at 3:54 pm

    Maybe it’s the prison guard that became pregnant from the convicted cop-killer.