Should this "good girl" follow

her friends' advice?


Dear E. Jean:  

I always date the "nice guy," the responsible guy, the guy my friends equate to a huge snooze-fest.

      Recently I met a very attractive man (he was hosting an event which my friends and I were attending) and he asked me to dinner. Our date is next week. He's been very charming----and dare I say it? I like him, E. Jean!

        Upon Googling him, however, I discovered, among his many marketing and event-planning entries, three mug shots!

         His last arrest (for "failure to appear") was a couple of weeks ago. The other charges were (to name just two): Disorderly conduct and assault by strangulation.

        Should I cancel the date knowing what I know? Or give him a chance to explain himself? My friends were unfazed when I told them. They advised me to go out and "live a little." I may be only 24, but I was successful throughout college, my new career is going well, and I try my hardest not to be dumb!  ----Always the Good Girl

      Good, My Girl:  

To meet a man with one mug shot for dinner is audacious and open-minded. To meet a man with two is desperate. But to meet a moron with three because he can't control himself long enough to stay out of a police line-up is dangerously witless, and will land you in the soup.

       Listen to Auntie Eeee: Don't start with this dude. He will mangle your life.

       P.S. Girl, wow. Your friends give the worst advice in the world.

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