In Episode 74, we talk about little white lies and how modern technology limits our ability to tell them (and whether that’s a good or bad thing). Despite this being one of the shortest episodes we’ve done, we manage to discuss a second helping of literary serendipity, poor transit choices, and self-induced musical sadness, along with a listener submitted What Do You Think of That, and of course… this week’s Question.
Next week, we look at the art of hosting, and ask an important social etiquette question. If you’ve had guests over on more than one occasion, you’ve no doubt run into the situation where a guest (or group of guests) simply doesn’t know when to leave. Whether they don’t pick up on your cues, or fail to recognize that everyone else has called it a night, they simply manage to overstay their welcome. Because they may be a friend, or even a relative, the art of telling them to hit the road can be a tricky one. So, in our next episode, we’d like to know, What is the nicest way to tell company to leave?
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