Sometimes the answer is “yes,” which explains why the question was one of one hundred distributed by HR.
The answer is often “no” if said-daughter lives in NYC and has a tiny closet.
Other achingly specific questions in the brochure:
“Where can I donate all my parents furnishings? They’re too good to throw away.”
“How can I help my son interact with his autistic cousin?”
“How do I start a book club?”
“I need to find a veterinarian oncologist. Can you help me find one?”
“I need help finding elder care for my mother who lives on the west coast.”
“How do I choose a mover?”
“I’m pregnant. How can I find a midwife?”
“I have to produce 100 questions for a self-care brochure. That is a lot of questions. Should I talk about auditioning for community theatre?”
“I need information about dealing with a moody teenager.”
Okay, the second-to-last one is fake.
Reblogged this on superfabulousgettingby and commented:
“Should I be concerned if my daughter wears black?” “Eh….”
I know, right?!