How do you know if he's a GENTLEMAN?

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If he does the little things, holds the door for you etc.
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(Original post by Ryndvdmddn)
If he does the little things, holds the door for you etc.
Why does a man need to hold the door for you, push out the chair and basically baby you? God gave you hands and a brain for a reason.
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I think a gentleman is a man who respects people, not just his partner but all people. He loves his partner and is there for them. He is understanding in difficult situations, he tries his best to be the best version of himself. He is not perfect but he embraces his imperfections. He doesn't speak ill of people and he doesn't just talk to talk.
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I think a gentleman is a man who respects people, not just his partner but all people. He loves his partner and is there for them. He is understanding in difficult situations, he tries his best to be the best version of himself. He is not perfect but he embraces his imperfections. He doesn't speak ill of people and he doesn't just talk to talk.
Same Applies to Women- If your not a Stereotypical 'Lady' don't expect him to be a Gentleman.Goes Both ways
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Why does a man need to hold the door for you, push out the chair and basically baby you? God gave you hands and a brain for a reason.
Why do I think of this clip when you say that?

https://youtu.be/Cfg7aQMowVE

From 3:20 onwards.
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If he's wearing one of these:

https://i1.adis.ws/i/jpl/jd_136240_a...=600&h=765&v=1
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Same Applies to Women- If your not a Stereotypical 'Lady' don't expect him to be a Gentleman.Goes Both ways

Right. so how do you be a stereotypical "lady"
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(Original post by Ryndvdmddn)
If he does the little things, holds the door for you etc.
Eh no, holding doors open is extremely sexist, don't you know that?
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Ask him if he wants to have sex spontaneously and if he says yes then he's not a gentleman
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They look like this.
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Ask him if he wants to have sex spontaneously and if he says yes then he's not a gentleman
She said "gentleman" not "has no testicles".
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Eh no, holding doors open is extremely sexist, don't you know that?
Really?!? I thought that was just good manners (something that's a dying breed these days)

Shall I let the door slam in your face next time you're behind me then? :rolleyes:
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If he likes either football or dogs or both then he’s a gentlemen
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Really?!? I thought that was just good manners

Shall I let the door slam in your face next time you're behind me then? :rolleyes:
Holding a door open for someone no matter if they’re a woman or a man is a polite thing to do
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By the way he treats his mother.
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Well being nice would be a start. Someone who can hold a door can be seen as a gentleman. But then they can also be seen as sexist. There is no winning no matter what you do. People are way to careful these days, some are afraid of talking to a child in the case they are seen as a paedophile whilst some are afraid of helping people because then they will be seen as someone who thinks others are weak and worse. People have also became mega sensitive to so much crap.
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She said "gentleman" not "has no testicles".
Being a gentleman means controlling that caveman urge to just **** anything... But what the **** is the point you've got a ****ing picture of your bicep as your pp haha
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(Original post by Old Skool Freak)
Really?!? I thought that was just good manners (something that's a dying breed these days)

Shall I let the door slam in your face next time you're behind me then? :rolleyes:
Idk, im a guy, ask the feminists. It's a joke.
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if he keeps his socks on.
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