Do you have a holiday question? Or a Christmas conundrum? Not to worry Dear Fabby is here to help! Check out these fan questions! Question:
Dear Fabby, my in-laws serve roast beef on paper plates with plastic silverware for Christmas dinner. How am I supposed to cut it?Answer:
Learn to love the in-laws for who they are. If they’re not fancy, they’re not fancy.
What you can do is offer to host Christmas next year or give them something they could use like a new, inexpensive dinner set or simply have a blender on hand.
Instead of cutting into your roast beef this year, blend it and drink it! Question:
Dear Fabby, what do you do with your purse at a dinner party? Keep it with you, hang it with your jacket? Confused!Answer:
If you know your host, trust them in keeping your purse in a safe place.
If you don’t know your host, leave the valuables at home and just carry the essentials. And speaking of purses, I don’t understand why women feel the need to carry so many unnecessary items in there. Question:
Dear Fabby, my family is loud and always inappropriate with conversation, how would you change the subject/avoid the gutter?Answer:
You can’t change someone’s behavior…that’s a fact!
So, if Uncle Harry has a notoriously dirty mouth, just be sure to warn any guests that may be offended. If there are kids around, pull Uncle Harry aside and ask him politely to tone it down. Question:
Dear Fabby, what is the best way to mix Chanukah and Christmas by honoring both traditions but not making it too religious?Answer:
You should honor the traditions of your friends and family keeping in mind everyone celebrates the holidays in their own way.
But if you’re hosting a holiday party, then deck the halls however you want! Whether you decorate with a Christmas tree, a menorah or nothing at all, just be yourself.