Dating guide for women 1938
In this case, a girl not out of her teens would do better to avoid such a dinner engagement unless others, considerably more mature than she, are present.
But despite what "Amy Vanderbilt’s New Complete Book of Etiquette" (1952) says, you probably aren't considered a tramp nowadays if you hang out at a dude's place."When she looks at a boy she has never met or has just been introduced to with half-lidded eyes and lips poised to be kissed, she is teasing." So basically, don't fall in love, ladies -- at least according to an article in a 1952 issue of "The Girlfriend and the Boyfriend" magazine."All those sweet nothings he whispered in the car last night... Only a chrome dome broadcasts her Romeo's romancing. " Ok, we admit that you shouldn't kiss and tell, even in today's Facebook age."In case of an occasional lapse on the part of the husband, forgive and forget.Or still better, make believe that you know nothing." Sexologist Dr.Many of us must be familiar with the feeling when our parents tried giving us dating advice, and would make every single person in the room feel awkward.Besides, how many of those did you actually ever find useful?
William Josephus Robinson actually thought this was ok in the early 1900s.