Iso think you if you try it, you might like it
May 19, 2005 1:00 PM   Subscribe

Dear Prudence, a weekly advice column appearing in Slate, is written by Margo Howard, the daughter of the late, great Ann Landers. This you may well already know. But for the past year, a Frayster named Isonomist has been publishing her own wicked, brilliant and pointed versions of the Prudie column, Isolutions. Here's today's serving, along with a personal favorite.
posted by Sully6 (7 comments total)
doodahman did it first and did it better. His My Two Cents columns, the original Dear Prudence parodies, were the best things in the Fray. More here.
posted by zanni at 1:29 PM on May 19, 2005

That's awesome. I've been reading Dear Prudence for years (nothing strokes the ego like reading about other people's problems and silently passing judgment on them), and I never knew these existed. Thanks!
posted by mkultra at 1:41 PM on May 19, 2005

Miss Information is the new hotness when it comes to advice columnists
posted by monkey1976 at 2:09 PM on May 19, 2005

posted by mai at 10:07 PM on May 19, 2005

I like these. Out of all the advice columns I've read, I don't think I've seen more stupid advice than that from Dear Prudence.
posted by grouse at 2:37 AM on May 20, 2005

Not so hilarious. Feh.
posted by mooncrow at 12:01 PM on May 20, 2005

Can't beat The Vine
posted by Mrs. Green at 12:29 PM on May 21, 2005

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