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Can You Pass This 1950s Dating Test?

Think dating in the modern day is hard? It's nothing compared to the rules set forth in the 1950s! Do you think you can pass this 1950's dating test? Let's find out!
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Was it proper to kiss on a first date in the 1950s?
Yes
No
It depends who leaned in first.

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If someone were to ask you to wear their class ring, what did it imply?
That you were engaged
That you were married
That you were exclusive

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While on a date in the 1950s, who ordered for who?
Each person ordered individually
The guy ordered the for the girl
The girl ordered for the guy

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According to etiquette, who was to ask for the date?
The girl
The guy
It didn't matter

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The 1950s gave rise to the concept of .......
Playing the field
Going steady
Keeping your options open

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If a young man wanted to ask a lady out for a Friday night movie, he had to inquire by what day?
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday

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In the 1950s, one of the biggest dating no-nos was?
Being late
Not bringing flowers
Not having a plan

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True or false: In the 1950s, it was considered absolutely rude to meet your date at a restaurant or public space.
True
False

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True or false: In the 1950s, group dating was encouraged as a way to have young adults keep one another in check.
True
False

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Who paid for the date no matter who had more money?
The man
The woman
It didn't matter

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In order to make a relationship official, the couple had to...
Have the approval of both parents
Exchange a token of affection
See a priest or minister

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True or false: A couple was to inform one another about all plans, whether they were involved or not.
True
False

C+, Dating Test Fail

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Whoops! Unfortunately, you didn't pass this 1950s dating test! While you may know all about love and romance in the modern day, the rules of the past seem a bit too strict for you. Fret not, at least you gained some insight into how dating once was!

B+, Dating Test Pass

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Whoa, you're amazing! You passed this 1950's dating test with flying colors! Not only could you date in the modern age, but you could have dated in the 1950's as well. You know proper etiquette and rules of courtship far better than most. We bet you're a pleasure to date!

A+, Dating Test Delight

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Based on the results of this quiz, you are a true dating test delight! Not only did you pass this 1950's dating test with ease and skill, but you proved that manners and etiquette haven't been completely lost in the modern day. Though dating in the 50's was far different than now, you still remember what courtship looked like in America's golden era.
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1
Was it proper to kiss on a first date in the 1950s?
Yes
No
It depends who leaned in first.
2
If someone were to ask you to wear their class ring, what did it imply?
That you were engaged
That you were married
That you were exclusive
3
While on a date in the 1950s, who ordered for who?
Each person ordered individually
The guy ordered the for the girl
The girl ordered for the guy
4
According to etiquette, who was to ask for the date?
The girl
The guy
It didn't matter
5
The 1950s gave rise to the concept of .......
Playing the field
Going steady
Keeping your options open
6
If a young man wanted to ask a lady out for a Friday night movie, he had to inquire by what day?
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
7
In the 1950s, one of the biggest dating no-nos was?
Being late
Not bringing flowers
Not having a plan
8
True or false: In the 1950s, it was considered absolutely rude to meet your date at a restaurant or public space.
True
False
9
True or false: In the 1950s, group dating was encouraged as a way to have young adults keep one another in check.
True
False
10
Who paid for the date no matter who had more money?
The man
The woman
It didn't matter
11
In order to make a relationship official, the couple had to...
Have the approval of both parents
Exchange a token of affection
See a priest or minister
12
True or false: A couple was to inform one another about all plans, whether they were involved or not.
True
False

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