“On The Beat” with Ms. Boogie (column 19)

The only advice column that spins both sides of the truth.
Q: I’m ready to propose to my girlfriend, but I’m not sure how to. All I know is that I want to blow her mind with the proposal. What can I do to make my proposal the best ever?
Side A: For the most part, you’re the “wow” factor! The fact that you’re the one asking for her hand in marriage is what will make the proposal amazing. So, don’t stress yourself over planning an extravagant proposal. Save your energy and creativity for the actual wedding! Just remember to be yourself and speak from the heart.
Side B: To make it the best ever, you have to know what kind of proposal your girlfriend wants. And no, you shouldn’t ask her to tell you! At least, not directly. As a suggestion, you should recruit a close friend of hers that you both can trust to help you. Have this friend plan a cocktail sleepover party or some other type of event where she can really pick your girlfriend’s brain about what kind of proposal she would want, then have this friend report back to you and take it from there! Now, if you’re not cool with her friends, then that suggestion isn’t an option. So, plan B: sit down and really think about the kind of person your girlfriend is. Ask yourself, is she a private person? Romantic? Conceited? Adventurous? Based on your answers, start to research proposal ideas that match her personality type to create your own amazing proposal idea. Good luck!
Q: My husband wants to have a threesome with me and another woman. I’m completely against it, but he won’t stop talking about it. Is there a way that I can really satisfy my man in bed without having to do a threesome?
Side A: Only your man knows the answer to that, so make some quality time to talk to him about it. While it’s important for you to express how you feel about the situation, it’s more important to listen to his reasoning behind suggesting a threesome. You might discover that he may not think that it’s necessary to have one, but may just want for you to spice things up a little in bed.
Side B: My immediate answer is, “No,” assuming that you’ve tried everything to keep him from wanting another woman with you in bed. Now, if you haven’t tried to take his mind off of a threesome, then I’d suggest that you start. But, be mindful about the possibility that you might turn him on so much that it’ll really get him in the mood for a threesome. If this happens, then I’d suggest that you talk to him about the situation. Besides, then, you’ll have more of a reason to refuse his request as you’ve shown that you’re working hard to keep him satisfied in bed.

The only advice column that spins both sides of the truth.

 
Q: I’m ready to propose to my girlfriend, but I’m not sure how to. All I know is that I want to blow her mind with the proposal. What can I do to make my proposal the best ever?  


Side A: 
  For the most part, you’re the “wow” factor! The fact that you’re the one asking for her hand in marriage is what will make the proposal amazing. So, don’t stress yourself over planning an extravagant proposal. Save your energy and creativity for the actual wedding! Just remember to be yourself and speak from the heart.

Side B:   To make it the best ever, you have to know what kind of proposal your girlfriend wants. And no, you shouldn’t ask her to tell you! At least, not directly. As a suggestion, you should recruit a close friend of hers that you both can trust to help you. Have this friend plan a cocktail sleepover party or some other type of event where she can really pick your girlfriend’s brain about what kind of proposal she would want, then have this friend report back to you and take it from there! Now, if you’re not cool with her friends, then that suggestion isn’t an option. So, plan B: sit down and really think about the kind of person your girlfriend is. Ask yourself, is she a private person? Romantic? Conceited? Adventurous? Based on your answers, start to research proposal ideas that match her personality type to create your own amazing proposal idea. Good luck!

Q: My husband wants to have a threesome with me and another woman. I’m completely against it, but he won’t stop talking about it. Is there a way that I can really satisfy my man in bed without having to do a threesome?

 
Side A:  Only your man knows the answer to that, so make some quality time to talk to him about it. While it’s important for you to express how you feel about the situation, it’s more important to listen to his reasoning behind suggesting a threesome. You might discover that he may not think that it’s necessary to have one, but may just want for you to spice things up a little in bed.  

 

Side B:  My immediate answer is, “No,” assuming that you’ve tried everything to keep him from wanting another woman with you in bed. Now, if you haven’t tried to take his mind off of a threesome, then I’d suggest that you start. But, be mindful about the possibility that you might turn him on so much that it’ll really get him in the mood for a threesome. If this happens, then I’d suggest that you talk to him about the situation. Besides, then, you’ll have more of a reason to refuse his request as you’ve shown that you’re working hard to keep him satisfied in bed.

 

 

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