1950s dating customs
In fact, adopting some old-fashioned values in the dating pool could help you win the catch of the day.
The entire dating landscape has changed with the addition of texting and social networking, allowing modern daters to be more casual in their relationships and their intentions.
The word Bop was new then so almost everything was called “the Bop,” but that word usually referred to a family of low swiveling Charleston-like steps danced in place, sometimes without a partner.In the olden days, if you wanted to contact someone, you had to pick up the phone and actually talk to the person, write a real letter or yes, even meet in person.There was more straightforward contact and less of a guessing game when trying to interpret a wink emoticon -- when face-to-face, winks are easier to understand. Teens’ dancing during the 1950s was widely varied in steps and styling.Most of it was still swing-based, but swing had been diverging into local styles and regional variations each decade for thirty years.