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Take Notes, Boys! This 1865 Dating Ad Might Give You Invaluable Tips

Published on 24 June, 2017 at 9:00 am By

There is no limit to learning, especially when it comes to dating. We swear by the simplicity of old times and wish to take away a thing or two to make our dating game strong. But how much do we know about dating in, say, 19th century? Max Roser, a researcher at the University of Oxford, introduced millennials to an 1865 dating ad.

Well, it is actually an ad of a man looking for a wife, but this is how far dating would go or end with. The ad is addressed to spinsters which simply meant single ladies during those times, unlike today where it has become an offensive term. So, all the “spinsters” rejoice. Gentlemen can take notes if you need help with right swiping.

 

Yes, the 18-year-old lad had accomplished a lot and needed a wife to share his 9 sheep and seeded land. Twitter is drawing lots of “awws” and “oohs”, and the gentleman in the ad has become a new love guru. One of the users copied the content of this ad to his Tinder bio. Check out people swooning over this romantic boy from the Victorian era.

 

 



 

 

 

 


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