1930s dating tips
In a tongue-in-cheek photo guide published in 1938, Click Photo-Parade magazine provided dating ‘tips’ for single women.
It could make someone look less educated as they sat there smacking away on their gum.
There have always been hidden rules and etiquette that make us look back and wonder if we did everything correctly. world, many dating requirements fell heavily on the women and confined them to very specific rules.
Well this one is pretty standard in this day and age.
It’s a good thing that most cars these days have visors with a mirror in them.
In the 1930s it was a little bit taboo for a woman to use a man’s rearview mirror to put on makeup.