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Since most young adults will marry, the process employed in finding a husband and wife is still considered courtship.

However, an extra layer, what we call "dating," has been added to the process of courting.

(Those were for adults) You had to wait for your parents to get off the phone so that you could get on the Internet to talk to your hunny (or vice versa). Because, like I said, you guys didn’t have cell phones yet so you couldn’t text call me back.

You had to actually say “call me back.” A mixtape or a burned CD (with music courtesy of Napster) was the best gift you could get.

HOW HAS DATING CHANGED SINCE PRINCESS ELIZABETH FIRST “STEPPED OUT” WITH HER DASHING PHILIP?

Relationship site e Harmony tells Frost Magazine about the similarities and differences between dating in the 1950s and the 2010s In less than a week’s time Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip will stand side by side as the nation celebrates her sixty year reign.

There are a number of these terms that must have been really colloquial and maybe even localized, because they aren't found at all in the 400 million word COHA corpus, and are quite rare in even the 155 billion word Google Books corpus.

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For social scientists, studies of courtship usually look at the process of "mate selection." (Social scientists, among whom I number myself from time to time, will never be accused of being romantics.) For the purpose of this article the , prior to the early 20th century, courtship involved one man and one woman spending intentional time together to get to know each other with the expressed purpose of evaluating the other as a potential husband or wife.

The man and the woman usually were members of the same community, and the courting usually was done in the woman's home in the presence (and under the watchful eye) of her family, most often Mom and brothers.

However, between the late 1800s and the first few decades of the 1900s the new system of "dating" added new stages to courtship.

I put together 15 ways dating back then was different from dating now.

Check it out and let me know if I missed anything in the comments.

You talked to your crush/BF on AIM all night instead of texting or Facebook messaging them all night.

Because Facebook wasn’t around yet and if texting was, you probably weren’t allowed to have a cell phone. You had to deal with the total embarrassment of leaving voicemails on landlines.

Timing was everything Notice was absolutely necessary for a date in polite society.

At least two or three days’ notice was required for a lady’s diary and times to collect and return your young lady were critical.

Because you didn’t have social media sites to stalk to already know everything there is to know about them on your own.

When you were getting ready for a date, you didn’t jam out to One Direction or Selena Gomez. You know, where you and a dude could hold sweaty hands while rollerblading around and around a circle filled with other teens. You rented your movies from Blockbuster, not Netflix or Redbox.