Knowing correct courtship etiquette

Dating is nerve-wracking and stress-inducing, and that’s even before the guy shows up at the door.

Whether it’s the first date or the 40th, using good dating etiquette can ease a couple past the potentially awkward pitfalls of dating and, if they’re lucky, into a lasting relationship.

Asking someone out can cause more stress than the actual date itself, but in order to give a good impression, the method of asking should show a little thought.

“I hate when guys ask through texting and Facebook,” said Rebecca Bolduc, a freshman from South Jordan. “It’s horrible. It’s best to go up and ask or through a cutesy way like doorstep cookies. Calling still works when he’s too afraid.”

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