1960s dating etiquette


“Land of the Rude: Americans in New Survey Say Lack of Respect is Getting Worse” Public Agenda, accessed November 4, 2010,7. I will recirprocate and post this article on my site as well.

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Let’s face it: if our highest-ranking politicians can’t follow the guidelines of basic civility, what is in store? And how is this impacting us overall (besides making us want to whip the deadbolts into place and stay inside the confines of our safe and civil living space)?

Although one’s sense of survival may cause one to barricade one’s self away from the rude, Professor P. Forni, founder of the Civility Initiative at John Hopkins, suggests the solution is to go among the rude and be civil.

“A saner, more meaningful, healthier, and happier life.smoking don’ts: don’t light a match towards someone don’t lay a cigarette on a piece of furniture or on the edge of a table, always rest it in an ash tray some houses place cigarettes on the table to use while dining.A new policy is now in effect for weddings to be submitted for publication in The News women's pages. Singers then crooned of pretty girls who were like melodies and of love in bloom.Information should be typed on a regulation wedding form supplied by photographer, or available by phoning The News wedding editor at ST 6-7111, Ext. But the romantic approach - that slower, measured way to emotional attachment - is less apparent. If you don't make up your mind about someone today, you may never see her again tomorrow." "Romance is dead." pop singer Bobby Vinton said flatly. Now they're nice but extraneous." Actress Jayne Mansfield. The News - October 6, 1964 Van Nuys (Calif.) There was a time when the moon was for lovers instead of for unmanned instrumented probes.Thus, the stage was set for the appearance in 1922 of Emily Post’s by Funk & Wagnalls.

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