Gentleman Rules- Rules for dating that every parent should teach their sons AND daughters for a better world.  "The greatest and lasting love stories are the ones worth waiting for"  These are great!

Like Mom And Apple Pie: Dating Rules For Our Son And Daughters -I like quite a few of them, but one or two I don't completely agree with like the always paying -dating get's expensive & a girl allowing a guy to kiss her goodnight on the lips.

YESSS!! See? Boys need to know that "being a man" doesn't mean the same as being aggressive. Boys need help in learning to be gentlemen, as well as learning to love themselves. Let's help young boys to know we believe in them. (critique)

A gentleman will open door, pull out chairs, and carry things. Not because she's helpless or unable, but because he wants to show her that she is valuable and worthy of respect.

A Southern gentleman always opens the door for a lady.My mother said that ALL gentleman open doors for ladies and stand aside to let the lady go   ahead artofmanliness.com

Open Doors for Women: How and When to Do It

ANY gentleman opens a door for a lady. A Southern Gentleman~Opens The Door For A Lady

Ain't nothin' in the world like a southern boy. Cutest party theme for a little southern gentleman! <3

Ain't nothin' in the world like a southern boy. Cutest party theme for a little southern gentleman!

A polished southern gentleman completes his look with a tie regardless if he's out at dinner with his wife or talking business with the colleagues. Here is a how-to for tying a knot the southern way. Belk carries a variety of ties such as striped, geometric, plain, long, skinny and many more. Go to belk.com for all your tie needs.

A polished southern gentleman completes his look with a tie regardless if he's out at dinner with his wife or talking business with the colleagues.

Southern Style Is: Southern Living + LLL

Southern Style Is: Southern Living + LLL

Originally built in 1840 on a Georgia plantation known as Devil's Half Acre, outside of Macon, this  mansion was moved in 1864, at the height of the Civil War, "17 miles away by ox cart," to its current location. Despite the hurried relocation, the house has survived another century and a half in remarkable condition, and is listed for $1.5M.

Historic Georgia Mansion, Moved During Civil War, Asks $1.5M

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