Oddly Enough Blog

Time to slather on more makeup, honey!

January 28, 2011

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Blog Guy, I’m an 18-year-old girl and I want to be a model, but my parents won’t let me take modeling classes!

Look at the knockers on that place!

January 26, 2011


Blog Guy, my daughter just got a degree in creative writing and film studies. Any suggestions for a job?

Scram! It’s a real drug bust!

December 1, 2010

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Blog Guy,  I’m thinking about becoming a drug dealer, or maybe even a drug kingpin, but fashion is important to me.  Can you give me some idea of the dress code for this exciting field?

In words of one syllable, you’re nuts…

November 10, 2010


Blog Guy, my doctor sent me to you for some career advice. I need a job that works with some, uh, small quirks I have.

Nothing could be finer than be waiting for a rhiner….

October 14, 2010

Blog Guy, you’re famous for your career advice, especially about jobs that should be avoided. I’m going through brochures now looking for something suitable, and wondered if there is anything new I should be wary of.

Grads, harness your naked ambition!

September 15, 2010

Blog Guy, I graduated from college in June and I’m looking for a job. Everybody knows you give great career advice, so I’m open to suggestions.

The glamorous world of foreign hernias

September 14, 2010


Blog Guy, thanks for the useful career advice for us recent grads. I have a batch of glossy brochures for promising careers overseas, and I’m hoping you can help me narrow my search.

Okay, make a wish!

August 31, 2010


Blog Guy, you occasionally offer advice on jobs we should stay away from, and I wondered if you’ve seen anything recently.

Pull up your socks, Dobbin!

July 21, 2010


Blog Guy, I’m a recent college graduate and I need  your help finding a suitable career. My mom got me a colorful brochure called “The Exciting World of Putting Socks on Horses,” and I wondered what you think of that career path.

We do have some job openings, Lamar

July 16, 2010


Mr. Johnson, it’s me. They told me I had to show up in person at the employment office to prove I’m willing to take work. So here I am, what do you have for me?