Sometimes people write Bubby novellas about their lives. And sometimes they just get straight to the point...
I scratched my car off another one this morning. I've only had it two months. I want to cry.
I know that you would rather have gotten the scratch yourself.
Don't worry. I am sure that you must have insurance, so contact your agent and he will tell you what to do - you must report it to the police, make a report to your insurance company and it will all be taken care of. You must exchange information with the other driver. You will need it.
Sooner or later we have all had such trouble so - welcome to the club. Next time be more careful in your driving and parking. And be aware of the other driver.
I hope this will be the only mishap you suffer in driving for the rest of your life.
Enjoy your car.
Hi. My graduation is coming up and I don't know what to do with my hair.
What is wrong with your hair? You don't tell me! Is it long - short - dyed - or what?
But I will tell you -- you will always look your best if your hair is well shampooed and combed in the style that you always wear it. Then you will be most comfortable. If there is to be a formal celebration and you will be dressed in a long gown, it will still look well because girls today do not spray their hair 'till it looks stiff and unnatural.
So be yourself and have fun at your celebration and at commencement receive your diploma graciously and I wish you the very best now and when you go out into the world and do well.
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