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Dear Mary

Dear Mary: is it OK for guests to steal pears at Glyndebourne?

24 September 2022

9:00 AM

24 September 2022

9:00 AM

Q. We have been invited to a small but formal dinner in the presence of someone who has been a lifelong hero to my husband. Tragically, my husband has developed anxieties about bladder control in high-level social situations where there may be difficulty accessing a loo. Hence he wants me to refuse this prized invitation.

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