Dating Father & Son?!On December 6, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
(upbeat music) (crowd applauding) (crowd cheering) All right, welcome back. It’s time for “Ask Wendy.” Everybody have a seat, except for you. Hi!
Hi, Wendy! Cute.
Thank you! Head to toe!
Thank you, it was a gift. Oh, oh, is that part of this? Yes. Okay, what’s your name, where you from? And what do you do for a living? My name is Quill, I’m from Philly and I’m a hair stylist. Okay, Quill. So, I’m dating a father and son. (crowd yelling) I know, I know. How old are you? 31.
Wow. You look younger than that. Thank you.
Okay. So, I met the dad a year after I was dating the son. So, basically the dad is my sugar daddy. He wore neaty shoes, this belt– Not Vuitton booties? Yes.
Okay. He even put me in a penthouse apartment. (crowd cheering) Not the penthouse.
The penthouse. So, he’s threatening to expose us to his son, but I don’t want him to do that. ‘Cause I wanna leave him– like I love the son. So, I’m asking you, what should I do? (crowd laughing) Okay, first of all, both relationships are now officially over. Because you’re here on “Ask Wendy.” Yeah. You can’t keep the son, while cheating on the son, unbeknownst to him with his father. Yeah. You can’t take gifts from a man who can run circles around your young mind. Yeah.
Okay. Even though you’re 33? 31. 31, you seem a lot younger than that. Not only in looks, but in mentality. It’s time for you to grow up, okay, but tell me this, (crowd applauding) So, how did the father first come onto you? Like were you over at the son’s house? Was it like a holiday event? (laughing) And daddy came on like a daddy? (crowd laughing) He came on like a daddy, honey. I was at a boxing match, the son he box. So me, and my girlfriend, we was just there having a good time. Right.
And he just came up to me, because he liked what he saw. (crowed cheering) But you were there for the son? So, why would you even bark back at any man? I didn’t know, well– No, no, no, no, yeah. Whether it was the father or another man, the point is, is that you were planning on cheating, with the son, just by barking back at another man. You right.
Okay. So, so, now you still live in the penthouse? Yes. So, where will you be living tomorrow? (crowd laughing) Yeah.
Still in the penthouse. Can you afford to do that on your own? Yes.
Okay. and you realize, that there is no making up with the son? If I were the son, I would not have you. And I would make sure that the entire city of Philadelphia knew all about you. ‘Cause I would be so hurt, as the son. You know what I’m saying.
Yeah. People get in their feelings. Yeah.
Quill– I know. What a disaster. I know, but the dad treats me like how I wanna be treated. (crowd laughing) This is all your fault. I know. Alright, time to grow up. I know.
Alright. Thank you.
Good luck. (crowd applauding) (laughing) And on national TV. Right. All right, now, Quill.
Hey Wendy, how you doin’? How you doin’, who are you? Happy Birthday!
Thank you. My name is Jessica, I’m from Hawaii. And I’m a physical therapist. My question to you– Are you Hawaiian? Yes.
Okay. Yes. So, my question to you is, I have a co-worker who is absolutely horrible at her job. She is the worst. I’m always having to play, you know, damage control. She’s just awful. So, my question to you is, do I need to confront her now? She just told my boss that I talk mean to her, and that I’m not nice to her. So do I need to confront her? And if I do, do I need a witness? No, okay. Go to H.R, and also go to your boss directly and talk sensibly. Have the script already written out, in your head. Like, practice it in the mirror when you get out of the shower that morning. You know what I’m saying? Practice a few times. Are you her senior? No, but my boss is aware of all the complaints. She’s your senior? We’re pretty equal.
Equal. Yeah. I’ve been there longer though.
Okay. But she’s awful. Don’t approach her.
Okay. Because, and no witnesses or anything like that. Because then it becomes a, Quill. I know right. (crowd laughing) I can’t stop, I can’t stop in my mind. You have no problems compared to her. Exactly. Go to your boss, go to H.R., and be sensible okay? Alright, very well.
Thank you. There’s more “Ask Wendy” next. (crowd applauding) It’s still time for ask Wendy, everybody have a seat. You come over here, and by the way, Quill from Philly, with the father-son tag team? So, I’m consulting her through the break and we talk and so she says to me, “By the way, the father is better in bed than the son.” (crowd cheering) Quill, you’re in trouble when you get back to Philly. (crowd laughing) Alright now, how you doin’? Hey Wendy, how you doin’? Who are you, what do you do, where you from? Oh, pointy shoes.
Yes, pointy shoes. My name is Tim, I’m a makeup artist here in Manhattan. A Morale.
Oh, oh, right? So how can I help you, Tim? Okay, so, I’m in a wonderful relationship, my boyfriend Josh right there. Okay, hi, Josh! Great relationship. Oh, so you down with the swirl. (crowd laughing) And he knows this, but before the relationship I was a little promiscuous. I was actually very promiscuous. How old are you? I’m currently 28. Okay. So, we’ve been dating since March. Yes March. And, so yeah, I used to be pretty promiscuous. I’ll often see these guys I used to have flings with while we’re out together. And I’ll often ya know, hide my face, I act like I don’t know them. I’ll run to the bathroom, I’ll do whatever it takes. Recently–
You realize your boyfriend is right here listening to all this, right? Oh I know, we’ve had this discussion. Okay.
But the next part is what I need help with.
Okay. I recently was at a bar with him and we see a guy that I had a very long fling with and he wasn’t the nicest person. Ya know, left me kind of like hurt. And I’m trying to hide, and I see my boyfriend run up to him. And their best friends. Oh not even best friends, but they’re just like, hugging, they’re saying hi. They already knew each other even before you two.
They knew each other for a long time. I could tell, so I’m like, melting, I’m spiraling. My life is like, I don’t even know what to do at this point.
(laughing) And so, I’m like, what do I do? Do I run to the bathroom? Do I leave, do I fake and emergency? Do I, go up and pretend I don’t know this person and introduce myself? I just don’t know what to do in those kind of situations. Well, we all come with a past can’t we agree cohost? (crowd applauding)
And you know you’re currently in a relationship that’s solid. Isn’t it? Nobody’s cheating? Nobody’s doing– do you guys live together? No, but pretty much. I mean he’s over almost everyday. Yeah. Well everybody comes with a past. Explain it like a mature adult. You know, as long as you guys are solid nothing out there can fade you. Okay.
Okay. All right.
Thank you, dear. Good luck, good luck. (upbeat music)