Chivalry Is NOT Dead

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It is not as easy to come by as it was when our grandparents were our age. Iā€™ve heard it said time and time again that the reason guys were more respectful and chivalrous in the 50ā€™s was because they were raised better. That may be true but here is the thing ladies — we are so quick to lay blame on the men that you never even consider that females are just as much to blame.

The male chauvinistic pig, is not born, heā€™s made.

We all know the saying, ā€œWhy would a man buy the cow when he is getting the milk for free?ā€ Personally, I donā€™t think this has to do with sex. A farmer sells his cows milk because he has deemed it an item of value and worth. Ladies start acting like smart farmers rather than silly cows. Decide what your worth is and demand it! I am talking about personal worth here.

We have all been raised in a very empowering time for women. Our predecessors have broken through the glass ceiling of the 50ā€™s meaning of ā€œcourtshipā€, and have given us the right to date like men. There is nothing wrong with a lady who wants to go out, get wild, and have fun however, when you wake up on the right side of some strangers bed more often than not it is this very lady who cannot figure out why none of these men call her back.

Moral of the article -> Donā€™t be a silly cow. If you give him the milk without him having to work for it heā€™s not about to take you seriously. Stop giving away your milk & cookies for free and then wondering why you are only left with an empty glass & crumbs on a saucer.

ā¤ļø One Love

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One thought on “Chivalry Is NOT Dead

  1. Its the most romantic thing to do for a lady…..
    The simple things like opening a door or pulling out a chair..
    Paying her a compliment on her hair or the nice dress that she wears…
    Its the simple things that make the moments in ones life!

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