Changes in dating over the decades
Of course, the precious minutes Mom wasn't around were taken full advantage of.2.
In the Victorian Era, a woman was only allowed to accept four gifts from a gentleman.
I guess having a sugar daddy wouldn't fly with that crowd.3. Women were warned to be fully dressed and ready before their date arrives, because being late is not a good look.6.
Victorian couples who went through the courtship process always got married, and never divorced, because it would ruin a woman's reputation. A third tip from the 1930's dating guide is to refrain from drinking, because a man expects a lady to act dignified. Theoretically nothing should be done until marriage.
In Honor of Celiac Disease Awareness Month, Gluten Free Watchdog is writing a series of articles (the goal is one per day during the month of May) related to the gluten-free diet–currently the ONLY treatment for celiac disease. The gluten-free diet, as we know it today is based in large part on the findings of Willem-Karel Dicke’s classic feeding trials. Dicke found that wheat flour, rye flour, and oats were problematic while wheat starch, corn flour, maize starch, rice flour, and peeled, boiled potatoes were not. Over the coming days we will be discussing barley, oats, and wheat starch.
Astute readers will view this list and wonder: Where is barley? Wheat starch and oats have been controversial since the days of Dicke.
However, your 50s are actually a great time to figure out what you want from life, and, without the uncertainty that followed you a decade or two earlier, actually achieve it.
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At one point, barley also was controversial and barley ingredients such malt, malt extract, and malt vinegar remain controversial.