Rapeing
Rapeing

Rapeing

red coats
 red coats

red coats

so much
 so much

so much

said
 said

said

interest
interest

interest

homed
homed

homed

shakes
shakes

shakes

wows
wows

wows

goe
goe

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Gentlemane: schwarz crow @schwarzcrow94 It's a beautiful day 4:20 te Ladies & gentleman this is your pilot speaking if you look out your window you'll notice we have a slight chance of turning tf up... @pmwhiphop
Gentlemane: schwarz crow
 @schwarzcrow94
 It's a beautiful day
 4:20
 te
Ladies & gentleman this is your pilot speaking if you look out your window you'll notice we have a slight chance of turning tf up... @pmwhiphop

Ladies & gentleman this is your pilot speaking if you look out your window you'll notice we have a slight chance of turning tf up... @pmw...

Gentlemane: FIND THAT PERSON WHO'S GOING TO INTRODUCE YOU TO/THE NEXT LEVEL OD DAILY DOSE What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rules of being a gentleman have not and cannot change, and if youโ€™re not standing reflexively when a woman enters the room, then you might as well go live under a bridge. Being a modern gentleman is both of these things, but also neither. Iโ€™m sure as hell not throwing my jacket over a mud puddle. But at the same time, any man who wants to rise above and stand out (in a good way) needs to keep in mind a few things that separate a modern gentleman from, well, everyone else. Consider the following: โœ‘........... ๐Ÿšป -Standing when women enter-leave the room: While itโ€™s always a good idea to stand when being introduced, standing just because of a womanโ€™s presence will come off as weird to most women. And, admit it, it kind of is. โœง Offering your seat at a dinner table: If your host is expecting a party of a certain number, itโ€™s up to the host or the restaurant to ensure there are enough seats. If an unexpected female guest shows up, well that probably means the host didnโ€™t want her there anyway. Besides, you know whatโ€™s not gentlemanly? Awkwardly hovering over a table of seated guests after you gave up your chair to an uninvited diner. โœง Helping her with her coat: This, on its own, is a fine idea. Itโ€™s a great gesture and itโ€™s really adorable to see, say, a married couple doing this. However, if this is early in the dating game, she may not want you touching her stuff, and in all likelihood she wonโ€™t know what youโ€™re trying to do. As important as it is to be gallant and kind, itโ€™s even more important to make sure your date doesnโ€™t feel like an idiot. โœ‘ Helping her with her chair: Again, nothing wrong with the gesture itself. Itโ€™s just another one of those things that women arenโ€™t accustomed to anymore. Besides, at a decent place the host or waitstaff usually assists with this. โœฑ ๐Ÿ’ก @timkarsliyev .
Gentlemane: FIND THAT PERSON WHO'S GOING TO
 INTRODUCE YOU TO/THE NEXT LEVEL
 OD
 DAILY DOSE
What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rules of being a gentleman have not and cannot change, and if youโ€™re not standing reflexively when a woman enters the room, then you might as well go live under a bridge. Being a modern gentleman is both of these things, but also neither. Iโ€™m sure as hell not throwing my jacket over a mud puddle. But at the same time, any man who wants to rise above and stand out (in a good way) needs to keep in mind a few things that separate a modern gentleman from, well, everyone else. Consider the following: โœ‘........... ๐Ÿšป -Standing when women enter-leave the room: While itโ€™s always a good idea to stand when being introduced, standing just because of a womanโ€™s presence will come off as weird to most women. And, admit it, it kind of is. โœง Offering your seat at a dinner table: If your host is expecting a party of a certain number, itโ€™s up to the host or the restaurant to ensure there are enough seats. If an unexpected female guest shows up, well that probably means the host didnโ€™t want her there anyway. Besides, you know whatโ€™s not gentlemanly? Awkwardly hovering over a table of seated guests after you gave up your chair to an uninvited diner. โœง Helping her with her coat: This, on its own, is a fine idea. Itโ€™s a great gesture and itโ€™s really adorable to see, say, a married couple doing this. However, if this is early in the dating game, she may not want you touching her stuff, and in all likelihood she wonโ€™t know what youโ€™re trying to do. As important as it is to be gallant and kind, itโ€™s even more important to make sure your date doesnโ€™t feel like an idiot. โœ‘ Helping her with her chair: Again, nothing wrong with the gesture itself. Itโ€™s just another one of those things that women arenโ€™t accustomed to anymore. Besides, at a decent place the host or waitstaff usually assists with this. โœฑ ๐Ÿ’ก @timkarsliyev .

What do you think? Is this becoming history? โœฒโ™ž โœ‘ Some argue that the concept of being a gentleman is archaic. Others argue that the rule...