Chivalry and dating
Women become even more feminine and attractive in response!
Being gallant, a man with pleasure for himself sees how his woman literally “blossoms”.
In the 17th and 18th centuries, chivalry implied a kind of “service” to a lady, worshiping her beauty and fulfilling all her desires and whims.
How many times have you heard from your girlfriend such words: “You’re not romantic, you don’t pay attention to me at all, you don’t even say that you miss me.” Yeah, every time is the same. Well, most likely, you tried to calm your loved one and said that she just understood everything wrong and you really missed her but just had no time.
Men can complain, as much as they want, about the mad rhythm of modern life, which supposedly doesn’t allow them to be gallant and courteous.
But, anyway, men have to be gallant with women despite all the excuses.
Each of us has own understanding of the word “chivalry”.
These sacred oaths of combat were combined with the ideals of chivalry and with strict rules of etiquette and conduct.So chivalry, of course, is needed for both men and women, and it is simply profitable to be gallant in some sense!A guy can easily learn how to be chivalrous with his girlfriend.The Song of Roland was the most famous 'chanson de geste' and was composed between 1098-1100, describing the betrayal of Count Roland at the hand of Ganelon, and his resulting death in the Pyranee Mountains at the hands of the Saracens.Roland was a loyal defender of his liege Lord Charlemagne and his code of conduct a description of the meaning of chivalry.
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