You don’t have time to waste on someone who isn’t a potential spouse.
If you don’t share the same faith and basic values from the start, trust us: Don’t waste precious hours that could be spent with your kids on a guy who’s not for you.
And then there's the terror of impending date doooom...
Clearly Ann is the right choice with her chipmunk smile and frighteningly exuberant attack on the inedible cotton candy. but, the truthful thing is, 99% of people all felt this way.is a 1949 instructional film designed for American high schools, to teach adolescents basic dating skills, produced by Coronet Instructional Films and directed by Gilbert Altschul with the assistance of Reuben Hill, Research Professor of Family Life at the University of North Carolina.In this film, the boy is the sole initiator of any contact with the girl, and all arrangements are made under the warm supervision of the family, particularly a mother who is a matriarchal housewife.Shows the progress of the date, from choosing the right girl and asking her through the last "good night." Ken Smith remarks: This social guidance "how-to" film has received more camp accolades than any other, and deserves it. At crucial moments in the date, the narrator stops the action and presents Woody with several possible options for his actions. When we walked into class and saw the projector we all rejoiced!!Alan Woodruff ("Woody") receives a ticket to admit one couple to the upcoming Hi-Teen Carnival. Happily, Woody makes all the correct decisions and ends up walking home from Ann's doorstep whistling with satisfaction at a job well done. "I had LOADS of fun." DATING DATES GIRLS BOYS TEENAGERS TELEPHONES TELEPHONE CALLS HOT DOG EATING CARNIVAL PARTY KISSING MOMS DADS PARENTS OLDER BROTHERS LITTLE SISTERS Apparently the standards for reading competency were a lot lower in 1949. We knew we'd get to spend the class watching a film rather than listening to the teacher. For it's genre it's a great little snippet of American History!