I was puzzled when he told me
his impression of women today, is that
he is erring if he sends them a note,
email in this case,
within a few hours of a date,
expressing that he had enjoyed the evening,
and that he hoped they would do it again soon.
Granted, I'm old school.
This actually sounded quite nice to me.
His argument against it was it might
cause "her" to think
he didn't have anything else
going on in his life,
and he would appear too needy.
Are good manners trumped by
male/female game playing?
Am I so out of touch with
today's relationship etiquette,
that he might be right?
The fact that Ms. Post's book
regularly gets updated
makes me believe otherwise.
I'm really interested to know if today's
dating women find it off putting
to get a little (e)mail after a date,
expressing his appreciation.
What do you think?
Knitter that I am I couldn't resist
showing you this yarn.
While doing a search for images for this post,
this yarn popped up titled, "Emily Post" colorway.
Who says Emily Post is passe?
(All images from Google)