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I Read This ’90s Dating Bible so You Don’t Have to—Here Are the 10 Worst Pieces of Advice
Although Mom jeans and crop tops may have made a comeback, dating trends from before the millennium might be best left behind along with beanie babies and butterfly clips. Right was an instant bestseller. With pages sternly telling us never to ask a man out or go Dutch on a date, and a cheerful ignorance of anything outside of heteronormative relationships, you could be forgiven for thinking that feminism had yet to reach the streets of New York, where authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider put their tricks to the test. Thinking of buying that new pair of jeans because you love how you look in stonewashed denim? Think again!
We all wanted to be like Ross and Rachel back then. Photo courtesy of Huffington Post. Then: Have your friends set you up with someone they know. You will probably not see this person until the moment you actually meet, unless your friend has a picture of them in an old photo album from college, so make sure you get a detailed description of what they look like over the phone.