1930s dating guide for women
But now that we’re able to look back, it’s good to just laugh at what once was.
Being a man in interwar Britain was a tricky business.
These include terms like chunk of lead (unpopular young woman; in Google Books, but usually referring to the metal), sheba (the female equivalent to the male sheik, as with Rudolph Valentino; hard to disambiguate in Google Books), strike breaker (a woman who was ready to date her boyfriend's best friend as soon as the relationship was over; nearly always referring to work stoppage in Google Books), and a woman who knows her oil (i.e.
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Have you ever wondered how your great grandma became such a fox?
These dating tips from the 1930s just might shed a little light on that question. these “tips” highlight just how sexist society was back in the day.