If you maintain respect, then loving someone is pretty easy, really. But good manners from men don’t seem to be followed quite so much these days.Retired lawyer Richard Roney, 73, has been married twice. Chivalry is dying, which is a shame because it’s really just a show of respect. So when you did have something it would be brilliant. In those days money wasn’t a problem because your expectations were very low.
“Older men tend to become cruel over time, and [Marcus] was so refreshing,” Wipp, who lives in Detroit, tells The Post.When my wife died my physician told me I was lucky because for every ten widows or divorced ladies my age there is just one widower or single man. A big change in dating is that my generation of men would have always been the one to pay for dinner. In my new relationship, she tries to pay her way, but I don’t feel that’s right and try hard to pay myself.He told me that I would get a number of invitations to dinner parties and that I must accept them all because at one of them I’d meet someone I’d want to have a relationship with. But although I met lots of women nothing went any further. The relationship has developed dramatically since then – a full on intimate relationship. My first and second wives would not have anticipated having to pay. My advice is what my father gave me: never argue with a woman because she is always right. And if they can get away with that why get married? The problem with a lot of lads nowadays is that all they want is you-know-what.