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|Fri, 04-04-2003 - 8:03pm|
I was reading John Gray's Mars and Venus on a Date (recommended by a friend). In the beginning, he is talking about male and female roles on a date. He talks about the Opening the Car Door situation. He claims it is counter-productive for the woman to unlock the man's door after getting in. He makes a big deal about it. He says in the book that single women don't understand this but married women do. I would like to know, if anyone agrees with him, and why or why not? Is he right? What is the dating wisdom that I am totally missing here.
The unrelated side: Bacl around the August through October issues of Cosmo, there was an article about women being the kind of girls guys digged by being low maintenance. I cannot find the article at the their website, nor does any of the local libraries carry it. If anyone knows which article I am talking about and can tell me where to find it, I would be most appreciative.