1930s dating advice

This cringe worthy and ridiculously outdated dating guide was published by Parade Magazine back in 1938, to inform all the single ladies of the era on what to do and what not do on a first date with a gentleman.

What makes this guide so sexist is not really the tips themselves.

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Also, the whole looking up into someone’s eyes and then lowering your lashes actually works.After the Galveston hurricane of 1900, the one and only Clara Barton purchased nearly two million strawberry plants for Gulf Coast farmers to get back on their feet.This is a timeline of the history of New Zealand that includes only events deemed to be of principal importance – for more detailed information click the year heading or refer to List of years in New Zealand.Or maybe there was a pretty gal named Katy in town that one of the founders ...more Tomball was originally named Peck but in 1907 was renamed Tomball after Thomas Henry Ball, who was a key player in bringing the Fort Worth and Galveston on the Trinity and Brazos Valley Railway to the area.It felt really contrived and I felt really stupid when I did that, but the cashier that I tried it with actually blushed.

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