(cheering, upbeat music) We’re back, It’s time for ask Wendy. Everybody have a seat, except for you, come on over. Hi Wendy. How you doin.
How you doin. What’s your name, where are you from, what do you do? My name is Kimberly and I’m from Bridgeport Connecticut. I’m a baker. Yes. So. My cousin, she met a guy a month ago, and she moved him in already. (audience groans) She has two kids and I think it’s not a good idea. Gee, ya think. I think. So how old is your cousin? She is 35. Yes, and I’m single, I don’t wanna seem jealous. Should I tell her it’s not good or should I shut my mount? How old are her children? They’re fourteen and six. Where’d she meet this guy? Through a friend she said. You know what, I would say something just ’cause children are involved. Especially the six year old. And then, let everything fall where it will fall. It’s not about you being jealous, it’s about her being stupid at 35. (audience cheering, clapping) Okay?
Alright. We have time for more. Come on over. Hey Wendy, how you doin. How you doin. Good, so. Face forward. (laughter) I’m in my forties, recently dating, I’m out of an eight year relationship about a year ago now. I’m trying to figure out how do I let these men know that I don’t just want sex from them, especially on the first date. (laughter) That seems to be all they want now a days, it’s not fun. Are you dating age appropriate? I am, I’m in my early forties. I’ve dated late thirties, late forties, even early fifties, all the same thing. That’s all of them. Yeah, I’ve been on a lot of dates Wendy. (laughter) Well, keep dating until you find somebody who wants a little bit more than sex. Yeah, I need mind stimulation, you know? Yeah. That gets the body started.
Yeah, well. Right, yeah.
Men. Mmmhmmm. Can’t live with ’em, can’t live without ’em. No, keep dating until you find the one. Alright, thank you.
Alright, very welcome. Come on over. How you doin?
Hi Wendy, how you doin? What’s your name, where you from, what do you do? My name is Ieda, I’m from West Africa, and I’m a paralegal. Okay. Wendy, my question is I travel back and forth from the United States and West Africa for events. I’m going actually back in December for my brother wedding. However, whenever I go back to Africa, my family expect me to bring them stuff from like toilet paper, perfume, jewelry. The worse comes from actually my mother, last year I brought like a whole suitcase of better quality toilet paper for her. So, how can I tell my family no? (laughter) I’m stumped. So, where do you live here? Who do you live with here? I’m livin here with my dad in Philadelphia. Okay. And I do the back and forth maybe like once a year for like family events. Uh huh, and they want you to bring over good toilet paper from America and things like that? Yes! But I need stuff for my dresses. Tell them that the luggage was stolen at the airport. (laughter) Pull that caper, you see what I’m sayin? Dummy up, and have a good time. Thank you Wendy. You’re very welcome. Alright. (applause) Come on. How you doin. Good, how are you Wendy? Wait, no, how you doin? How you doin? What’s your name, where you from, what do you do? Danielle, I’m from Trenton, New Jersey. Okay. I am a patient care tech at a hospital. Okay. My question to you is, I have this coworker, he’s always buying me coffee. I’m busy walkin around the hospital. Here we go. I wear my wedding ring, but should I stop accepting the coffee? (laughter) Is it just a nice gesture? Is the coffee a seven dollar cup of coffee? No, it’s from the hospital, nothing special. (laughter) But it’s every day for over a year. I would say something to him. Every day for over a year, this is very kind that you do this, I would hope that you don’t think that this would lead to anything further. Okay. But say it with a little bit of laughter and a little bit of seriousness as well cause you don’t wanna hurt his feelings. No, that’s fine. Sometimes everybody just needs a friend at work. True. And that might be you. (upbeat music)