Office RomanceOn October 13, 2019 by Raul Dinwiddie
(audience cheers) (audience claps) Alright, it’s time for Ask Wendy. Everybody sit down, except for you. How you doin’? How you doin? Who are you? What do you do? Where are you from? Holly, New York, social media. Okay Alright, I have a question for you. Okay. So I’ve been dating a co-worker for a year. How many people work in the office about? Lotta questions right there so no. (laughs) A lot of people but, um, he’s been separated for five years but our co-workers, nobody knows ’cause he keeps it very down low and very quiet but, So he’s not really separated? No really is. Separate rooms, everything very separate. Oh they live in the same house? Yes, but separate. (audience murmurs) Oh come on.
Holly. Oh, alright.
Holly. Alright so he’s making googly eyes at you? But we’ve been dating for a year. Okay. And, now everyone’s picking up on the vibes and stuff. Now the issue is nobody else knows that he’s separated. So how do I not come off seeming like I’m a homewrecker? ‘Cause, oh really? You know what, I don’t even look at you as a homewrecker, I look at you as less than smart. Ohh. Only because, only ’cause you’re 30? Five. 35. And does he have children? Questions to be determined. Yes. (laughs nervously) Okay. You’re in way over your head. This man is still living with his wife. They even with the separate rooms, the children are there. And you’re, you know, I bet you in 30 seconds he’s going to ask you to move in or him to move in with you. Heck no. (audience laughs) I don’t like this idea. I mean, I uh, honestly
Slash it. Yeah, like are you really that invested? Can’t you just end the relationship? I can. Just end the relationship. It’s not a good idea. For your sake. Alright, alright.
(audience claps) Alright. Thanks, Holly. (audience claps) Hi Wendy! How you doooooin’? (audience laughs) (audience claps) How you doin’ girl? (audience laughs loudly) What’s your name? Where you from? What do you do? My name is Michelle. I’m Jamaican but I live in Brooklyn, New York. I’m 30 years old.
Okay. I work in the restaurant business. Okay. Okay, so my question is, I’ve been celibate for about six months now. I decided to take a break from having sex. Okay. And, I just want to wait. That’s my thing, uh, until I’m getting into a serious relationship. So my questions to you is, I don’t wanna be inexperienced for the next guy, so should I keep my promise to myself or should I find a friend to have a sex buddy until I find Mr. Right? Thing is, is that a sex buddy is not such a bad idea until you realize all the horror that can come out of it. If you get pregnant.
Yeah. Oh no, I ain’t getting pregnant. The sexy buddy is just that, a buddy. So then they have other people that they’re having sex with. What if you look in his eyes and fall in love? You know, women aren’t so good at that sex buddy thing. You can tell yourself that all you want. My heart, my heart is kinda like an ice box right now. How old are you? I’m 30. Yeah, well,
I’m 30. You know, I don’t mind the six month celibate thing. Yeah. Um, and wait until you really feel love for somebody.
Yeah. Good luck.
(audience laughs) Thank you! (laughs) Okay So I should wait? (audience claps) More Ask Wendy is next. (upbeat music)
(audience cheers) Friday, when it comes to hot topics, there’s juicy and then there’s, oh puh-lease. (audience cheers) (audience claps)
(audience whoops) We’re back, with more Ask Wendy. Come along, how you doin’? Hi, good, how you doin’ Wendy? What’s your name? Where you from? What do you do? Kendall, Connecticut, sales. Okay. How can I help you? So I have a question. I host a couple times a month a whole lot of girlfriends that come over. We do, I do really great spread happy hour. Ummm, so
Nice. Yeah, I have this one friend, she’s a great friend. We’ve been friends for about 10 years. Mmkay. So, um, everybody just tends to like normally just bring something. Don’t really have to ask, but we do put out a great spread. Um, I do have this one friend that really drinks the most. (audience laughs) Sounds kind of childish, but it just has been going on for quite awhile. And I do just wanna ask, she drinks the most, tends to eat the most, and really brings nothing. (audience laughs) So I just wanna ask, like, do you think I hate to just ask like do we ask her to bring something? Not we, you. Do we, do I Okay, I know, it’s an I. It’s your house. Yeah. And you’ll have a lovely way of delivering this but I think it’s only proper. I mean a bottle of wine isn’t so expensive. It’s not. A roll of salami is easy.
(audience laughs) Right? You know, a ball of cheese and some crackers damn. Anything! Anything! Anything. By the way, is this, are you a Hogan? Is this natural blonde?
(audience laughs) (laughs) I try to be actually, tried to be your eye candy for opener for season 10. Oh. And, um, so I didn’t know how much you But the hair, the hair! No, no. That’s not natural? No, but thank you! Oh, yeah, you’re like a Hogan with that hair! (Kendall laughs) Well, good luck. Sooo? So talk, talk to your friend. Just straight up? By yourself and don’t be mean about it. I won’t. Don’t be mean. (audience laughs) Well thanks, my hair look good? It looks, you look great! (audience laughs)
(audience claps) (laughs) How you doin’? Hi Wendy! I’m Trey Lean. How you doin’? Hi Trey Lean. What do you do? Where are you from? I’m a HR manager. I’m from Washington, D.C. Okay. Okay, so Wendy, here’s my question, I have an only son who’s 10 years old and he has classmate that keeps sliding into his DMs. What!? Yeah. She’s very aggressive and she’s demanding a lot of his attention. She calls him bae, boo, boyfriend, and I’m just not into it. (Wendy scoffs) So Wendy, should I say something to the young lady? I’ve already talked to my son, but should I say something to her? Say something to his mother. Yeah. Like go right to the mother. (audience claps) And have the receipts so you can show her. Don’t be mean about it, just like you’re raising a future Instagram thot (Trey Lean laughs) if you don’t watch what you’re doing. Right. Right? Right. Alright, very well. (scoffs) Thank you, Wendy. (audience claps) We’ve come for another question. Come on over. Hello Wendy. Turn, no the camera’s that way ma’am. (audience laughs) I’m Linda Howard. How you doin’? Good. Where you from? What do you do? I’m from Ohio. I was transit operator there and my question is, I’ve been retired for almost
Come on out, get your fancy I’ve been retired for almost 17 years and I’d like to be a bartender now. (audience whoas) My husband’s against it, but I’m a very social person and I wanna be around people. Now my question is, should I go ahead for it or should I give into his pigheadedness and stay home and just
Look at eachother be a housewife? No. I think you should get your bartending license. (audience claps) You’re inferring you love your husband. You’re not going there to have an affair. That’s what I wanna know. You’re going there to mix drinks and socialize. Yeah and get a couple of long islands on the house. Exactly!
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