1930s dating advice
However, it was their responsibility to plan, execute and pay for the evening out. Conversation should flatter him; only talk about things that interest him – not fashion! I don’t know about you, but we’re certainly glad we don’t have to abide by these 1930s dating tips for women.
All of the usual niceties and behaviors were still expected as well, of course, such as offering the lady his handkerchief or his jacket if she shivered or even mentioned the weather in any way, getting the door for her, holding out his arm for her as they walked (lest she fall), and even by insisting on walking on the side nearest the street, clearly the more dangerous position. Don’t talk while dancing; it is distracting and annoying. The 1930’s were definitely an interesting time in history.
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