1960s dating advice
While this side of dating has definitely improved in the past years, there was also a more positive side to courtship that was full of etiquette and polite advancements.
Most of the time, the ’60s was the peak of chivalry where a boy would open your door and ask your parents for permission to take you out.
I had lots of chutzpah when I was in my teens and twenties, evidenced by several of my dates.
Chivalry might be dead today, but it was very much alive and well in the days of the ’60s!I had a lot of chutzpah then, walked into the restaurant and asked them if they went to West Point. After we arrived, I was surprised to learn that they reserved one hotel room in Washington, D. We left immediately and drove back to New York City that night.I dated another guy for a while who was a collegiate wrestling champ.One time as I was coming back to the hotel through the coffee shop, the date confronted me.
But it still didn't stop me from doing it over and over again. " And before you could say "Jack Robinson," we jumped out of our chairs and flew down four flights of stairs.
These rules are a far cry from today’s dating world where it’s much more common for both parties to pay the bill and for woman to proudly flaunt their intelligence.