Etiquette question: Several years ago, when my father died, I inherited his golf clubs. Not needing two sets of clubs, I offered my clubs to a relative. I wasn't sure whether he played golf, and when he took them I got the impression he played maybe once or twice in his life. Fast forward to today. My daughter has started playing golf. Can I ask him if he still has the golf clubs and if so, whether he uses them? If they're not being used I would like to let my daughter use them. I would feel awkward even asking, but it seems a matter of practicality. What do you think?
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People don't like the word compromise very much. But in lieu of resolution...compromise needs to happen...amirite? More
+5Were you expected to be smart? We were just expected to get a job, get married and have kids. That's it.