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“The Dating Game was perfect for it's time.” The free-wheeling 1970s made shows like the dating game seem downright chaste.

“After an agreeable ride we at length reached the house about two o’clock, just about the time when Miss J’s beauty was in its meridian splendor. The average man in Virginia married in his mid-twenties.

Colonial society came up with a fairly ingenious solution. Which makes modern parents look pretty lame by comparison. Not necessarily while bundling, but behind the barn, in the meadow, during the corn shuck fest.

If you were 17, you might suggest to your strict Christian parents that you'd like to snuggle up with sultry Goodie Sally from across the hog farm. You've probably heard of this practice, called "bundling," where unmarried couples could sleep together in the same bed, sometimes with a plank placed between them (for all the good it would do). They planned ahead for it like some parents today stock their son's skater pants with condoms. HOLD HANDS AND MAKE EMPTY PROMISES Handfasting, or spousing, was another way for a dishonorable young rogue to get lucky.

The two would spend time together, usually with the supervision of her parents so that they may get to know each other on an intellectual and emotional level.

The couple was rarely left alone, making sexual intimacy (and physical contact in general) nearly impossible.

It is important to note that many of these mainstream rituals were strictly confined to heterosexual dating.

In the early days of dating, many LGBT couples had to keep their relationships a secret for fear of being public stigmatized.

And long before the days of shows like "The Bachelor," 1965 brought us "The Dating Game," the forerunner in TV dating shows for singles.

“It was a magic formula because, here you have a woman picking from three guys, so at home everybody's saying, “Oh, she's gotta take that number two, he's so handsome." The fact that women were making choices was a total different thing for dating,” said Jim Lange, host of the show until it went off the air in 1980.

We found her doing the honors of the table with ineffable sweetness and grace. When he began courting Hannah Powell, William Drew was in his twenties and already established as the Berkeley County clerk of the court.

In doing so, he was similar to most men of his time who waited until they had completed their education and attained some financial security before proposing marriage.