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Dear Mary

Dear Mary: should I encourage guests to strip their beds?

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

13 April 2024

9:00 AM

Q. Our son, 17, who is generally a credit to us, has started eating with his mouth open. It’s the only thing we don’t love about him. It’s not to do with sinuses and we don’t know if it’s a peer-pressure thing, but when we beg him to stop he always just laughs and insists that: ‘Eating with your mouth shut isn’t a thing any more.’

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