Dear Ann Cannon • I’ve been hitched up to a guy that is wonderful the last three decades that is always at the very least ten full minutes (or even more! ) belated to every thing. What this means is we fork out a lot of the time looking forward to him and have inked so forever. In reality, for him it could be days if you totaled up the time I’ve spent waiting. Months. Years. He understands I’m a punctual individual and that being later to stuff stresses me away, therefore will there be such a thing I am able to do or say that can help him rush up?
— I Don’t Rely On Being Fashionably Later
Dear We Don’t Believe • Ha! Your title reminds me personally of the line from a guide I adored called “The very nearly almost Perfect individuals: The Myth associated with the Scandinavian Utopia” by Michael Booth, whom claims that being fashionably belated in Sweden is tantamount to being fashionably flatulent. Continue reading