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There will be a better outcome and fewer disappointments if the “moment of truth” comes BEFORE the meeting.
DEAR ABBY: I am very frustrated because my soon-to-be husband doesn’t shower often enough. I have tried convincing him to get in the shower with me as foreplay, but he refuses.
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Shouldn’t they wait until everyone has left the elevator before entering? — ANN IN NEW YORK DEAR ANN: It IS common sense, and it’s also the rule of etiquette.
The people you describe are impatient, ignorant or rude.
Because I’m a gentleman, I made no mention of the discrepancy and made the most of our lunch.
I think women would be wise to place a recent photo on their profile with the caption, “What you see is what you get.” It would eliminate any surprises.
When I ask him why he won’t shower, he says he showers “enough.” He doesn’t seem depressed or moody. — THE CLEAN ONE DEAR CLEAN ONE: You are absolutely right.