Posts Tagged ‘Etiquette’

Non-platonic Musings

Wednesday, April 10th, 2013

Dear English Gentleman, Lately a former coworker of mine has been calling me to ask me out to dinner. We used to share lots of lunches and even dinner or drinks after work when we worked at the same company, but I’ve changed jobs so this is a way we keep each other updated about […]

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Dear English Gentleman, My boyfriend was the sweetest guy in the world when I met and started dating him. He bought me roses, planned beautiful romantic dates, told me he loved me and most importantly, showed me he did with his kind, gentle actions. A few months ago, however, it’s like he suddenly turned in to […]

To Be or Not to Be

Sunday, November 6th, 2011

Dear English Gentleman, I am a young energetic girl who enjoys having fun. I tend to be wild, loud, and outgoing but end up being considered “strange” by others at times. I want to become an elegant, refined young lady but I don’t want to surpress myself to the point of being stiff or change […]

Late Trains, Poor Service

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

Dear English Gentleman, I got into a huge argument with my boyfriend the other day because we agreed to meet for dinner at 7 p.m. He lives 45 minutes away on the train, and he offered to meet me outside the restaurant at that time. Now, you must know that the train station is about […]

Shaken and Unstirred

Friday, August 13th, 2010

Dear English Gentleman, There’s this girl who is a waitress at the same restaurant where I’m a bartender and I think she has a crush on me. She keeps sending me text messages on the phone, chatting with me at the bar, and “bumping” into me in the parking lot, apparently “by coincidence”. As you […]

First Date

Saturday, July 10th, 2010

Dear English Gentleman, This guy that I have been “talking” to asked me to the movies and I said yes. The only problem is I don’t have a job and my mom is really old fashioned and said I could only go if he was going to pay. So she is not going to give […]

Dining Au Naturel

Sunday, June 20th, 2010

Never wear a strapless evening gown at a dinner party where there’s a large center table ornament (for example ice sculpture, floral arrangement, etc). Why? Because it will appear to that nice-looking chap sitting opposite you that you are completely naked.

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