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Another One, Arguing, and Dating: FIND THAT PERSON WHO'S GOING TO INTRODUCE YOU TO/THE NEXT LEVEL OD DAILY DOSE What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rules of being a gentleman have not and cannot change, and if youโ€™re not standing reflexively when a woman enters the room, then you might as well go live under a bridge. Being a modern gentleman is both of these things, but also neither. Iโ€™m sure as hell not throwing my jacket over a mud puddle. But at the same time, any man who wants to rise above and stand out (in a good way) needs to keep in mind a few things that separate a modern gentleman from, well, everyone else. Consider the following: โœ‘........... ๐Ÿšป -Standing when women enter-leave the room: While itโ€™s always a good idea to stand when being introduced, standing just because of a womanโ€™s presence will come off as weird to most women. And, admit it, it kind of is. โœง Offering your seat at a dinner table: If your host is expecting a party of a certain number, itโ€™s up to the host or the restaurant to ensure there are enough seats. If an unexpected female guest shows up, well that probably means the host didnโ€™t want her there anyway. Besides, you know whatโ€™s not gentlemanly? Awkwardly hovering over a table of seated guests after you gave up your chair to an uninvited diner. โœง Helping her with her coat: This, on its own, is a fine idea. Itโ€™s a great gesture and itโ€™s really adorable to see, say, a married couple doing this. However, if this is early in the dating game, she may not want you touching her stuff, and in all likelihood she wonโ€™t know what youโ€™re trying to do. As important as it is to be gallant and kind, itโ€™s even more important to make sure your date doesnโ€™t feel like an idiot. โœ‘ Helping her with her chair: Again, nothing wrong with the gesture itself. Itโ€™s just another one of those things that women arenโ€™t accustomed to anymore. Besides, at a decent place the host or waitstaff usually assists with this. โœฑ ๐Ÿ’ก @timkarsliyev .
Another One, Arguing, and Dating: FIND THAT PERSON WHO'S GOING TO
 INTRODUCE YOU TO/THE NEXT LEVEL
 OD
 DAILY DOSE
What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rules of being a gentleman have not and cannot change, and if youโ€™re not standing reflexively when a woman enters the room, then you might as well go live under a bridge. Being a modern gentleman is both of these things, but also neither. Iโ€™m sure as hell not throwing my jacket over a mud puddle. But at the same time, any man who wants to rise above and stand out (in a good way) needs to keep in mind a few things that separate a modern gentleman from, well, everyone else. Consider the following: โœ‘........... ๐Ÿšป -Standing when women enter-leave the room: While itโ€™s always a good idea to stand when being introduced, standing just because of a womanโ€™s presence will come off as weird to most women. And, admit it, it kind of is. โœง Offering your seat at a dinner table: If your host is expecting a party of a certain number, itโ€™s up to the host or the restaurant to ensure there are enough seats. If an unexpected female guest shows up, well that probably means the host didnโ€™t want her there anyway. Besides, you know whatโ€™s not gentlemanly? Awkwardly hovering over a table of seated guests after you gave up your chair to an uninvited diner. โœง Helping her with her coat: This, on its own, is a fine idea. Itโ€™s a great gesture and itโ€™s really adorable to see, say, a married couple doing this. However, if this is early in the dating game, she may not want you touching her stuff, and in all likelihood she wonโ€™t know what youโ€™re trying to do. As important as it is to be gallant and kind, itโ€™s even more important to make sure your date doesnโ€™t feel like an idiot. โœ‘ Helping her with her chair: Again, nothing wrong with the gesture itself. Itโ€™s just another one of those things that women arenโ€™t accustomed to anymore. Besides, at a decent place the host or waitstaff usually assists with this. โœฑ ๐Ÿ’ก @timkarsliyev .

What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rules o...