That's the main thing I took home from this book, but there is a lot more.
This smart, savvy etiquette guide addresses both nuts-and-bolts questions (Who asks? It validates those of us who arrive on time, and who have had the awkward experience of telling your first date his fly is open.
How can our generation just come along and decide that we'd rather shoot out a "where u at?
" text message than discuss our hopes and dreams over an expensive bottle of wine at a white table-clothed restaurant?
This is definitely one of the better dating books I've read.
I found this book to be encouraging - it really enforced my belief that both men and women are very lonely and that not very many people actually enjoy being single.