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  1. Batman says:

    looks great…..

  2. I definitely think there’s a fine line between confidence and arrogance and most people have to tread that line lightly. Being confident typically is shown without having to brag.

  3. Aditi says:

    This is a really interesting read. It’s difficult to find true gentlemen these days, but they do exist. 🙂

  4. I definitely think it’s about making time for those around you regardless of how busy you are. It shows you care x

    • yes, Rhian! making time for your loved ones is indeed a very gentlemanly virtue. not only does it show you care but also brings you closer to the people that matter in your life.

  5. It is very rare to find a gentleman these days which is a sad thought. Still you right, a gentleman is someone who is considerate, well spoken, well dressed and treats people well!

    • Hi, Ana, I would agree that the gentlemanly virtues are quite difficult to come across these days and this fact itself makes these qualities highly desirable for a man of honour.

  6. I think all of these are good things to keep in mind as to how anyone should treat anyone else and any man who followed these would definitely be a gentleman.

  7. I loooove this post! Mostly because it’s so incredibly accurate but also because as I was reading it, each point made me think of my boyfriend which makes me think I must have done a good job picking him! haha jk I already knew I did a good job with that. But seriously, it’s really interesting because I feel like as a society we always talk about the differences between a boy and a man but we never really talk about a man vs. a gentleman and there is absolutely a difference!

  8. Elena says:

    I know that many people say that there are no true gentlemen any more, but I still believe that there are.

  9. Simona Tinca says:

    Such an interesting post. I still belive that out there in the world, the gentleman, they still exist.

  10. Akshhat Srivastava says:

    Great post! Very well written. Reading this reminded me of Rudyard Kipling’s ‘If’.

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