Good girl, bar girl?


Dear Hillary,

There is a very nice young lady in the office of my condo building. Efficient, good English and I have been very close to asking her out, but didn’t do it because I didn’t want to embarrass her (or myself). Last night I dropped into a go-go bar I hadn’t been into before and to my surprise, there was the girl from the condo office. She was happy enough to sit and chat (while I was buying lady drinks) and was quite happy at being there, while I was embarrassed. I have two questions for you, Hillary. This girl you would call a “good” girl in the daytime, but at nights she becomes a bar girl. Which one is she? Second, I would still like to invite her out, should I invite the office girl or pay the bar fine and take out the bar girl?


Dear Jim,

You are a little unsure of yourself, aren’t you Jim. However, your situation reminds me of that wonderful quote from Jerry Hall (Mick Jagger’s ex), which goes, “My mother said it was simple to keep a man, you must be a maid in the living room, a cook in the kitchen and a whore in the bedroom.” Jerry went on to say, “I said I’d hire the other two and take care of the bedroom bit.” I think there’s your answer, Petal. Are you looking for a maid or a whore? The ball’s in your court, Jim.

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