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Or do my eyes and teeth have to be most excellent (by what standards, do tell? I should be cleaning out the old bathroom right now, but instead decided to dig through the books to see if there was any advice that could help me as they start to tear up our bathroom.
For women of that era, dating meant putting a man’s needs and desires first and foremost, all with the end goal of finding a husband. Here are a few of my favourites, with some modern updates thrown in. Don’t drink too much – This is actually good advice for both genders – that’s right guys, we don’t like it either if you get blackout drunk while you’re on a date with us. No one – man or woman – wants to see their date cry.WOMEN’S MAGAZINES have been telling women how to ‘snag a man’ for decades, but their methods are relatively new to men themselves.When I was a teenager my father had a rule about dating; I was not to pursue boys.Respect your date’s personal boundaries and don’t be gross! If you’re dating other people, be discrete – It’s OK to be honest that you’re seeing other people, however be discrete.No one needs a play by play of all the other awesome dates you’ve been on lately.