Many of these couples are what Haag calls the “new monogamists.”
All of that got Haag thinking: Should we stop calling infidelity a problem, and think of it as the future?
But, as Haag puts it, perhaps we can have our cake and eat it, too.
Standing beside me, and looking up into my face, was Mrs. Haag.
Just then Mrs. Haag, the housekeeper, brought in my uncle's ale and biscuits, as usual.
What that gives to Lieutenant Haag is the power of life and death over non-combatants, with praise for him if he deals out death.
Could not identify either Mr. Wilmot or Mrs. Haag as having seen them in the shop.
John Barker was the next witness called, who corroborated everything deposed by Mrs. Haag.
The conjecture of Haag being his wife was dismissed almost as soon as it was entertained.
Mr. Merrivale here asked that Mr. Wilmot and Mrs. Haag might severally be brought in; to which Mr. Walker objected.