Dating through the decades
Outside of this movement, however, men were still more likely to be the askers.
That said, many of the 1950s dating rituals were gone by now.
50's dating compared to today, well its a little different...
I interviewed my 74 year old grandmother, 'granny' for the purpose of this article.
There are many things that she views differently to me due to the fact that we grew up in totally different decades.
However, when it comes to romance, we agree that the 50s was a wonderful time to be loved up. (obviously she did, due to the fact that I exist but for reading sake...) Imagine doing this nowadays... Going round to each others houses meant sitting with their date and their parents drinking tea.
When phones were picked up, the situation was much like it had been in previous decades, as the guy would have to call a landline and make chitchat with whoever picked up first.
Given the cultural revolutions that defined the 1960s, it was a time when your social rules largely depended on where you lived.
There was a time not so long ago when asking a girl on a date really meant asking her parents if you could ask that girl on a date. is that of a girl lying on her belly talking on the phone – or, more to the point, sitting next to the phone, waiting for it to ring.
These days, a girl might receive anything from a one-line text message (proper spelling optional) to a You Tube serenade, but her parents tend to stay out of that initial ask. Let’s take a walk back through the decades to see just how things have changed. Generally, it was polite to give at least three days’ notice between ‘the ask’ and the date itself.
Accordingly, brushing up on your polite conversation starters was highly advisable.
The casual dating culture ramped up in the 80s, so if you were to go on an actual date, it was generally a big deal – definitely something to get dressed up for.Communication in general has become entirely casual in both good and bad ways.
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