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Dating: Do’s and Don’ts from 1949

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Ever wonder how things have changed? What was considered appropriate in 1949, and more interesting, what was considered inappropriate? Check out this fun educational video from 1949 to find out!

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  • Paulina said:

    This is VERY educational, every teenager of age should watch this flick. Its mighty easy to relate, seein as i grew up in the 1940’s. Times were tough, alright. I used to have a good friend named Anne, she dated my brother Woody way back in the day. I ain’t talked to them since, seein as how i thought Anne was quite stuck up or as you kids say these days, “Off the hook, yo.”I hope everyone enjoys this educational opportunity.

    ~Miss Paulina :-)

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