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QUESTIONS?

I decided today while reading Good Housekeeping Imma make Cara do an advice column once a month.

SO IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, COMMENT HERE AND BITCH WILL ANSWER THEM

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  1. dear cara, how can i tell if i am frigid? should i meet the men off pof? why am i a slut?

    - anonymous

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  2. this is going well so far.

    /rolling eyes

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  3. either that or vagina jokes twice a month

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  4. I WILL GET YOU QUESTIONS
    ABOUT VAGINAS

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  5. how come vaginas are so cuddly?

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  6. do I answer as they pop up or wait until the end of the month?

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  7. wait a day or two. I'm posting this in the Boise craiglist too.

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  8. HELLO I AM A REAL PERSON WITH FEELINGS TOO!

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  9. thanks to Francis Capra.

    How do you make sauce? You know...for like macaroni?

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  10. there is a ghost commenting here. save the plot of a ghost whisperer episode and let us move forward.

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  11. I'm going to answer everything in a few days, whether or not it's a question.

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  12. EVEN IF IT'S MY OWN COMMENT ABOUT ME ROLLING MY EYES

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  13. IF I STICK MY HEAD IN THE OVEN TO SEE IF/WHY THE PILOT LIGHT GOES OUT ALL THE TIME, IS THERE A CHANCE OF COMMITTING SUICIDE?

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  14. SYLVIA! GO HAUNT GWYNETH PALTROW!

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  15. hey Cara: which seat do I take?

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