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To help pass the time on Thursday as you wait to get your TGIF on, we’ve started a new series: Throwback Thursdays. Thankfully, we have 1950s instructional films to answer all these questions. Despite the endearing corniness of the film, there’s actually a few things we can learn from it: Nick is a dope. Discover what your date’s likes and dislikes are before planning.

We’ll be digging up awesome vintage videos, articles, and advertisements that will give you a laugh, and maybe even a few tips on being a man. follows our clueless friend Nick in his quest to land a date with Kay the Senior Class Babe. Not knowing how to date is just one of Nick’s problems. Usually this is learned during conversation with a woman, so you’ll have to man up and actually talk to a girl.

It certainly wouldn’t do to let the boy know you were interested. Unlike today, there were many organised activities enabling boys and girls to meet and mix with potential dates in a safe and supportive environment.

Girls were also advised that they should not appear more intelligent or more knowledgeable than their date. The dating boundaries and consequences of pushing those boundaries were understood by all. In many places formal dating seems to be a thing of the past.

This must have been quite nerve-wracking for the boy. Weenie roasts are hella awesome), it did a good job in driving home the point that with a bit of planning, you can have a fun, enjoyable date without spending much money.

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