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If I was dating and had my licenses. I’ll open the car doors for my dates but I had quite a bit of rude ones but their wasn’t on dates but I was being polite to people with the doors anyways but I had a very very rude bitch who really didn’t like me opening the door for her and her friends out of politeness then the bitch just stumped on my feet so hard!! then she smacked the shit out me so hard on my face with a few marks and cuts because i embarrass her in front of her friends then she give me this 🖕😑 and told me to go cry to mommy and suck on her ugly tit then she spit on my face then left the scene
someone call the police but by the time they got to me the bitch and her friends was already gone and With the cops normal excuses there was nothing they can do but report it! But someone a guy give me a ride to the hospital and got patched up but still had to pay for my injuries.
All this happened before social media’s came.12
Yes at times, at others no.
when lived in Birmingham it was safer them getting in car on their own.
Also if it’s raining, yeah I’m going to to really hold the door open in the rain...
the main thing is.. Do Not Slam the Fucking Door.30
I’d be flattered but its honestly too much. Holding the door is enough but only if he's steps in front of me. If i’m in front of him, i’ll hold the door til he catches it. But i dont need anyone just opening doors for me (unless its to get a position to a new, better job) lol30
What Girls & Guys Said
Yes I do! That is what a gentleman does.104
I sure do. I was raised that way though.112
I open (and hold) shop doors for people all the time, for both males and females, because it's just the right, polite thing to do. Especially if they're carrying something. I've never had any complaints about it, because the recipient of the gesture has always been very grateful and would thank me.20
I was raised to know that women do not need to be helped with quite simple tasks and then call that a "gentleman gesture"
But I always do this if you're an elder than actually needs help to get out of the car, if you're injured, if you're a little child that wants to jump off... then I'm more than glad to actually help. That's how I was raised, to be helpful when needed, not to pretend that help with small tasks are "gentleman gestures to impress the ladies"20
I know it as a security tactic I used to be a bodyguard for a governor candidate nope I'm not telling you she was a certified psychopath so I was doing the state and her a favor. She was a big advocate for weed. FOLI 1st out, last in20
I think a womans answer would depend on level of attraction to the guy but most women love male attention more than a lot of other pleasurable things. Plus you want any women you're attracted to to feel safe around you. Thats why I make the effort, to convey that she has my attention and protection for that time.10
I wouldn't like it very much honestly. I will say one time someone tried to be sweet and open the drivers side door for me to get in, except my door handles a wee bit broken and there's a knack to getting it open so he wound up fumbling around for a bit and I was crying laughing cause he got such a funny look on his face. So that was fun10
If I am being totally honest, I would probably just find it kind of weird, if it's done in a certain way. Simply the act of opening the door for me is obviously fine, but I wouldn't like it if it's done in a "man opens door for woman because he's a man and she's a woman". I wouldn't like it if he thinks I shouldn't open the door for him even though he should for me.10
I don't open the door for my date. Not bc I wouldn't but I never told them to wait for me (bc it feels rude to tell her to stay) and they always got out of the car on their own. I have seen it as a missed opportunity but never felt to be concerned about it.30
That reminds me of one time when I was on a metro , third of those sitting were men. And I was wearing high heels and about to faint from the pain charging from my soles to my legs. But not one of them had a chivalrous bone in his body to give up his seat for me. I really felt like crying. But then , why would they give up their seats for a stranger?21
I think I just naturally go to open my door that it would be done before a guy had time to get round and do it.
I dont know. Like- I suppose if be like oh, thanks, but yeah I'm not sure I'd give them a chance.22
Been ages I've been on a date. But I've never been on a date I had to pick her up. But honestly, I find it strange to open a car door for a woman lol. I'll open and hold doors for sure. Come on, why you need a car door opened for you? Do you just sit there and wait? Lol10
My wife isn't allowed to open doors when I'm present.60
I always try to open car doors for girls I'm on a date with or even if I'm dating that girl. Even going into a building or someone's house I always try to open the door for them. I do it because I was raised to treat a girl with respect and always show that chivalry is not dead.20
Date, girlfriend, wife, daughters. Always have, always will.80
haven't had that done for me for a long time, the only one was my husband, that's what I mean. about being married, those things like being undressed by some one before sex20
When a man does that, it's either a brand new car or a brand new woman.40
Yes, I have done this recently. I drive a pickup truck and it is taller than a regular car and my wife is 5 foot 3 so I open her door first and help her in. She usually climbs out on her own.30
I love when he opens the door for me. Never fails to make me smile. ♥️40
I open and close the door, help her with her seat at the table. It's the way I was brought up.70
I think it’s a nice gesture. I am very close to my Dad and I noticed that he always holds the door for me. It’s second nature for him and not an act because he wants to prove to anyone that he is respectful. Whether he knows the woman or not if she is near the door at the same time as him he’ll hold the door.
Some men still practices holding the door not just for a date but for any woman and I believe it shows an act of respect. That’s the term “ladies first” but some men these days believe to not show respect towards women means that they’re an “Alpha male”. Real men exist in reality more than they do on the internet.
"Some men still practices holding the door not just for a date but for any woman and I believe it shows an act of respect."
I always did this no matter where I was. If I was going into a store, for example, and there was a woman also going in at the same time, I would open the door for her and let her in first.
Then, around 10 or 15 years ago, some women wouldn't say "thank you." They would just walk through the door and not say anything. Then one time some woman said something like "You think I can't open the door for myself because I'm a woman you sexist?"
I could not believe it. That was the last time I opened the door for strangers. Now I only do it for women that I know.
Woke culture is destroying all of the pleasure in life.
@RingOfFire i wish it were possible to clone you ! We need more men like you ! Chivalrous men are dying either of covid or feminism.
Thank you Temma123.
It feels so right to do these things. It just feels right. It makes me feel good. I'm heartbroken that feminism and woke culture are ruining these pleasures in life for both men and women. It was happening well before Covid, so I don't think that has changed it.
Sorry... Tema123 ... typo...
You are welcome.
Oh , by covid I meant died literally not figuratively.
I understand. 😂
@RingOfFire 🙈 No, you don't but I won't elaborate further on what I exactly meant lest I make another silly remark.