Monday’s “Best Of” Show Links – 09/05

Listen to today’s “Best Of’ show here! – 09.05New 20x16 In your Face (with david and emilie)

 Is Chivalry Dead?

We’ve got 21 lost gentleman traditions that still apply today. CLICK HERE to the full detailed list.

Young Hispanic man being a gentleman and opening the car door for her date

1. He stands when she walks in the room
2. He walks by her on the outside, closest to the street
3. He opens the door for her
4. He never criticizes a home-made meal
5. He doesn’t LOL for the sake of attention
6. He pulls out her chair
7. He sits after she sits
8. He helps her put on/take off her coat
9. He doesn’t walk ahead of her
10. He gives up his seat to her if there is only standing room
11. He carries her bags
12. He picks up the check
13. He holds an umbrella over her when it rains
14. He gives her his jacket
15. He keeps her secrets
16. He walks her home or to safety
17. He listens to her
18. He’s on time
19. He compliments her
20. He would never dream of hitting ANY woman
21. He asks her father for her hand in marriage

What’s the one word men should AVOID saying when they are on a date? CLICK HERE to find out.

PetSmart Introduces Playlists for Animals
Background music in stores isn’t new, but PetSmart has added a twist — music for pets. Check it outHERE!

JACKSONVILLE, FL-MARCH 1, 2014: A PetSmart store front in Jacksonville. PetSmart, Inc. is a retail chain engaged in the sale of specialty pet supplies and services.

First-Year Chicago Teacher Creates Catchy Rap Song to Welcome 4th-Grade Class
Instead of sending out the boring, old, “Welcome Back” newsletter, Mr. Reed, a first year teacher from Chicago, wrote a rap song for his 4th grade students, and recorded a music video to go along with it! The song and video emphasize the reality that hard work is a must, but that school and learning can certainly be fun! See more, HERE!

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ruth ferris
ruth ferris
5 years ago

l luv you’re show. not sure of origin, but my grandma wouldn’t let you eat at her table with your hat on. she actually preferred taking it off at the door. have observed this on many older western movies.

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