Dads — Well, they get down on one knee and beg, of course!

Oh, OK. That was just a fantasy …

Initially, there’s an e-mail exchange and then phone calls and I think generally, after we’ve spoken, we’ve decided at that point whether we want to meet in person and make a “date.” I don’t have an issue with people using technology for dating; all I’m saying is that I do think young people nowadays are missing out on some of the thrill of courtship. I’m old enough to remember it. If you never experienced something, well, you don’t know what you’re missing. And, I can’t be totally objective because I can’t help but make a comparison between the “old days” and now.

You’re reading waaaaay more into this. I do think a prom is a little more special than a date, but who knows — maybe it isn’t nowadays. And it would be ridiculous for me to shield my kid from how his generation communicates (although, in all honesty, I use technology much more than he does .. because I blog and Tweet and he doesn’t).

Anavar says:

May 5, 2010 at 5:45 am I like personal contact more! However, me and my boyfriend met in a bar, he took my number and our first conversation was via messages. I just hope our next generations won’t forget how to speak and act on a date, if they’ll communicate only by phones!

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