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Courtship, to put it in old-timey terms, then became a part of the mating process. But even then, they didn't always fit one mold.Here are some ways our idea of a "date" has dramatically varied over the years.As Gurley Brown puts it, men shopping for ‘briar pipes and Harris tweeds’ (yes, us neither) are likely to be attached.‘Shopping for tie racks and other male accessories, however, is a good way to practice your femininity.’ We’re not sure how we figure out which shops are frequented only by single men, these days.ORIGINS OF DATING Dating is definitely an "American phenomenon." Few other countries carry on this practice with as much fervor as Americans do.Then again, few other countries have the same social conditions as America.In cases where the there was no formal arrangement, children were still expected to choose someone who would be beneficial to the family (think: about the courtship process at the time, "Distance lends to enchantment." Things weren't totally chaste, premarital sex did happen and love wasn't completely irrelevant; but they were all kept on the down-low.
Because of these entertainment forums, these images will continue to be a pop cultural symbol of the 1950's.Perhaps that’s what’s behind her caution to this approach: ‘I suggest you pick a wealthy chapter of AA.Might as well start with a solvent problem child, like say someone with liquid assets.’ Blind dates Not the sort of blind dates you would expect, but ‘taking a chance on the voice who has dialled your phone number by mistake.’ That’s correct. Since most phone calls these days seem to be automated messages about PPI rather than men sounding like Laurence Olivier, we’re not sure you’ll have much luck with this in 2014.Then again maybe not: ‘I don’t have to tell you to be sure you sit next to a man.If you see a lady bearing down and there are still empty seats in the plane, be ruthless.’ Shopping in men’s departments But the right ones.