Dotty LaFou

Dear Dotty: How do I handle my in-laws siphoning my wine?

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Every so often, we seek the peerless knowledge of Dotty LaFou. This week, she addresses the problem of in-laws stealing one's wine.   

Dear Dotty,

Whenever I visit my sister, I like to take a nice bottle of Coonawarra Shiraz, but her boyfriend invariably puts my bottle aside ... Read the full article

Dotty LaFou

Dorotéa “Dotty” LaFou began her professional life as a meter maid in Surfers Paradise where she helped motorists top up their parking meters so they could avoid being fined. This marked the beginning of a life dedicated to helping others. An advice columnist extraordinaire, she cares deeply and personally about her darling readers and is here to assist you to sort out any problems you may have, no matter how teensy they might be. If you have a question for Dotty, email editor@thebigsmoke.com.au and put “Ask Dotty” in the subject line.

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