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Reader is tired of strangers asking them if their son is their grandson.

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Reader is embarrassed that their husband only wears jeans — no matter the occasion or dress code.

Reader, who was still in their pajamas, came out to say a quick hello to her husband’s colleague who was stopping by.

Reader’s “top pet peeve” is when people push their groceries down the belt while in line at the cashier.

Miss Manners explains to readers that these commonly asked questions imply readers have lost hope for improving society.

Reader is worried about her daughter’s relationship with a man who doesn’t believe in giving gifts.

Reader is grateful for the family that looked after their son while at college and wants to thank them appropriately.

A reader feels it can be insensitive to say “good morning” during times of tragedy.

Reader’s daughter expected them to pick up and drop off their grandkids kids along with babysitting.

Reader and their husband were loudly shamed for wanting to bring a to-go bag of food back from the wedding they attended.

Reader wonders why it's necessary to clink glasses during a toast.

Reader asks how long is okay to wait for a response from their boss on a non-urgent question sent through email.

Reader is annoyed that their friend showed up to their usual lunch date having already eaten.

Reader’s friend and her boyfriend came to visit for five days and barely left the guest room the entire visit.

Reader wonders how they should’ve handled a woman yelling at them because they told her she cut them in line.

Reader doesn’t like when, during a business transaction, people ask about their plans for the day.

Reader is annoyed that her friend – who wasn’t even initially invited – RSVP’d her girlfriend without receiving a plus one.

Reader’s close friend collects welfare despite making a six-figure salary.

Reader was at dinner with their husband and his friend who loudly told their husband he was losing his hair.

Reader thinks the practice of reporters interviewing freshly grieving people for news stories is wrong.

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