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Dear Mary

Dear Mary: Is it rude for guests to ask for my wifi code?

16 March 2024

9:00 AM

16 March 2024

9:00 AM

Q. Do you agree with me that it is very bad manners to ask for a wifi code as soon as you walk into a lunch in someone else’s house? I have a centrally located, although cramped, flat in Soho and am very happy to cook for friends and friends of friends, but it is a tough act to pull off single-handedly and it throws me when people ask for the wifi code as if supplying this is no more time-consuming than telling them where the loo is.

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