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Man begins to regret giving ex-wife a place to stay
| Published: February 28, 2013
Abby, please help us proud papas to raise our children with the same facilities allowed the mommas of the world!
Grant, Sunnyvale, Calif.
DEAR GRANT: I apologize, and I'm glad to have the opportunity to not only help fathers everywhere to raise their children, but also to raise consciousness where it is needed.
Since the letter from “Cafe Crazy” was printed, I have heard from parents of both sexes, as far away as Denmark. Although some men's restrooms are equipped with changing tables, not all are — and they should be. Another solution is a “family” restroom; however, many establishments have neither the money nor the room to install a third one.
DEAR ABBY: Something has been bothering me and I'd like your opinion. If a group of people goes out to eat together, and no one wants to order dessert except one person, is it rude for that person to keep everyone else waiting and watching while he/she orders and eats the dessert?
DEAR CHECK, PLEASE: It's not rude if you first ask the others in the group if they would mind, and they wanted to chat over coffee.
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