Originally posted by BadGiRL:
no...chivalry is not dead at all.. it's in a coma... sometimes u will be lucky to encounter gentlemen on ur way thru the drab routines of everyday life...but more often u'll encounter scums who had obviously never been taught by their mothers the proper conduct of a guy around a girl..... but chivalry is not YET dead...
Originally posted by Fortes in Fide
Chivalry needs a partner---a lady!
You cannot be chivalrous when you are around people who does not show refine habits or gentleness in their manners as expected from good culture and virtuous upringing.
If chivalry seems to be dead, it is because you are failing to nurture it yourself. Act like you deserve one and you will see it come alive again.
Originally posted by Bea19:
makikita mo ang chivalry pa din dun sa mga nakaktandang guys e. Lalo na pag rush hor at punong puno ang bus. Makikita mo puro mga lalake ang nakaupo tapos kahit may mga matatandang babae di pa din nila inooffer ang seat nila. Sa cgro 100 or more times kong pagsakay sa bus from Las Pnas to taft cgro less than 4 x ko pa lang nakitang may nagoofer na guy ng seat sa girls. haaayy! Ako nga girl pag may nakita akong matanda inooffer ko yung seat ko e.
Originally posted by SuKiYaKi
I know! :shakehead: I've also witnessed such crudeness in men nowadays! On my morning train ride commutes to work i've noticed men ignore or barely acknowledge older or even pregnant women just so that they could keep their seats! :shrug:
These are elderly and pregnant women!!! for goodness sake! :shakehead: So, I kindly offer my seat to these women, since the act of chivalry seems to be obsolete amongst those men! tsk! tsk! tsk!