SECPP 9-10 Tennessee vs. Oklahoma “Chely Goes Skydiving”

Coach Billy Jack and Professor Sinclair pick all the games. Meanwhile, Chely takes her first skydiving trip while talking about Vols-Sooners. Listen here:

SECPP 9-3 Bama vs. Wisconsin, “Chely Wants a Banana Shake”

Coach Billy Jack and Professor Sinclair talk about ‘Cocks vs. Tar Heels, and Chely focuses on Bama-Wisconsin. She also gets into a little trouble along the way over a banana milkshake. Listen now!

Is Pollen the Problem, or is it his Girl?

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Cody writes: Dear Chely, I have a terrible, terrible problem and I don’t know where else to turn. You see, all this pollen is getting my truck dirty, and my girlfriend says she won’t go out with me unless my truck is clean. She says she doesn’t want to be seen in a big yellow truck. I wash it every day to make her happy. What should I do?

Dear Cody: My, my, my you do have a problem, but it’s not pollen or your dirty truck. It’s your girlfriend! How in the world could you let yourself get mixed up with someone so superficial as a girl who refuses to go out with you unless your truck is clean. Let me guess: you’re probably tall and fit, maybe you play on the football team. I’m sure you’re nice looking, too. Well let me tell you something. Looks change over the years. If she won’t go out with you in your dirty truck, how fast do you think she’ll dump you when you get hair growing in strange places, or those size 32 Levi’s don’t fit as nicely as they do now. Do yourself a favor. Get rid of her, and write “I’m Free” in the pollen on your truck hood. (Follow Chely on Twitter.)

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xoxo
Chely!

Look at This Wallet Chain; it’s a Log Chain!

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Today, I am going to bypass the inbox and talk about something I saw in the checkout line at Target the other day. You know I never find fault with people I see out in public. Okay, well actually that happens all the time. You do too! Come on, admit it.

Anyway, you can see the picture I snapped of this young man and his wallet chain. Take a good look. It’s a log chain — big enough to pull logs. That’s why they call it a log chain. You don’t use a wallet chain to move logs, and you shouldn’t use a log chain to keep you from losing your wallet.

And look at those skater shoes! Vans! Please don’t attach your wallet to a log chain, but if you must, at least wear some biker boots or something.

In closing, I must say, Sorry ladies, he’s taken. And incidently his girlfriend whipped out her wallet instead of him. I guess he didn’t have the strength to lift it!

See you next time,
Chely.

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Graduation Party, Yes or No?

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Jan writes: Dear Chely, my daughter is graduating from high school in a few days, and she is planning on going to an all-night bonfire party way out in the country. She’s a good girl, but I’m still scared to death to let her go. What’s your advice?

Dear Jan: This one isn’t easy. Chances are you’ve had similar situations in the past, and the Good Lord knows you’re going to have lots and lots more over the next few years. The good news is, they don’t all come at once. The bad news is, they still come. The bottom line is this: Do you trust your daughter to make good decisions? If the answer is “yes,” then let her go after talking with her about the situation, what she will likely see, and situations she will likely encounter. Let her know that you’ve been in similar situations. (But you probably shouldn’t tell her everything you did. That will send the message that it’s okay for her to do the same thing.) Make sure you know who she’s going with, make her promise not to ride with anyone who’s been celebrating too much, and most of all, make sure she knows she can call you no-questions-asked if she has any trouble.

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xoxo
Chely!

Being a Long-distance College Couple

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Liza writes: Dear Chely, my boyfriend and I are both seniors, and we’re planning on going to different colleges in the fall. I miss him already, and we haven’t even graduated! How can I make sure we stay together?

Dear Liza: You’re not going to like what I’m about to tell you, but here it is. That’s a cute idea, but you don’t even need to try to stay with your boyfriend while you’re at different schools. College is a time for learning and growing. It’s a time when you find out who you really are. In order to do that, you cannot be limited by, a: missing a boyfriend hundreds of miles away, and b: worrying if he’s missing you as much as you’re missing him. Here’s what to do: enjoy your summer together. Don’t… I mean do not do something stupid (if you know what I mean). Then in the fall, say so long to each other. In the end, if you were meant to be together, that will happen in due time. Enjoy your summer, Liza. And I hope you and your boyfriend both learn a lot — and have a lot of fun — at college.

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xoxo
Chely!

WWCD: Making Your GF’s Mama Like You

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Bobby writes: Dear Chely: I’ve been seeing a girl for a couple of months now, and I don’t think her mother likes me. Can you give me some ideas of what I can do to make her come around?

Dear Bobby, I admire you for caring whether her mama likes you or not. That means you have a good head on your shoulders. Before I make some suggestions on what to do, let me talk about what not to do.

Don’t take her flowers or candy or anything like that. Parents can see right through that, and it makes you look like you’re trying to butter her up. Once when I was your age a boy who liked me always brought mama wildflowers and she never liked him. I’m not sure if it was him or the way the flowers aggravated her hay fever, but she sure was glad when he hit the road. And she sneezed a lot less, too. Also, don’t try too hard to be nice. That never works out well.

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Nope, not gonna… a-choo!… not gonna cut it.

Here’s what to do. Always go to the door to pick her up. Always look her mama in the eye. Always tell her where you’re going and what time you’ll be back. Say yes ma’am and no ma’am. Stay at her house sometimes instead of going out. And go to church with them every now and then. You do those things, and she won’t have any reason not to like you. Just don’t bring anything in the house she might be allergic to. (Follow Chely on Twitter.)

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xoxo
Chely!

Truck Nuts for a Birthday Present?

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Becky Writes: Dear Chely, I’m getting my boyfriend, Dan, a set of truck nuts for his Big Dodge truck. I think they look amazing. What color do you think I should go with, flesh or camo?

Dear Becky: I have a question for you. Is that what you want to be known for? Getting a boy a set of (I can hardly say it) truck nuts? I can hear it now: “Hey Dan, where’d you get those awesome camo trucksticles?” Oh, my sweet, adorable girlfriend Becky got them for me.” Listen, Becky. I’ve always thought that people who had those hanging from their big ol’ truck probably might be deficient elsewhere, if you know what I mean. But you probably already know if that is the case. Make him a nice meal for his birthday. You might try mountain oysters. I hear they’re in season.

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xoxo
Chely!

Wearing Flip Flops in Winter

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Ashley Writes: Dear Chely, My Mama says I can’t wear flip flops in the winter but I think that’s okay. I’m almost 17 and I should at least get to wear the kind of shoes I want to wear.

Dear Ashley: Your Mama should take one of your flip flops and whack you upside the head with it. You don’t wear pajamas to Wal-Mart too, do you? We’ve gotta get that stopped before… Okay, I’m getting off the subject here. Now back to you and your feet. I love flip flops more than anybody. I’ve got, oh, about a million pair. But they’re only for warm weather. Your Mama doesn’t want you looking like a dang fool. And maybe, just maybe, she doesn’t want your feet to be cold or wet. Ashley honey, find yourself some boots that will make you look cute. They’ll also make you look like you’ve got a little sense, too.

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xoxo
Chely!

My Boyfriend Loves My Truck More Than Me

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Britney writes: Dear Chely, I’ve been going out with this boy for a while, and I’m beginning to think he only dates me because of my truck. Sometimes I feel like it would be okay with him if I just stayed home.

Dear Britney: Every girl has faced something like this. When I was about your age, I got a brand new bass boat, and the boys came out of the woodwork wanting to go fishing. Then I realized they didn’t care about fishing. They just wanted me to take them out in the boat. Boys are basically idiots, and they’re always going to want something we’ve got, whether it’s a boat, or a truck, or — well, you get the idea. Here’s a little experiment you can try: Call up your boyfriend and tell him you wrecked your truck last night. If he immediately asks if you got hurt, you’re in the clear. If he asks if you hurt the truck, you may need to upgrade to something with a little something more under the hood, if you know what I mean.

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xoxo
Chely!

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