Can you still remember your first dance during your Junior-Senior Prom? For a lot of girls, having their first dance at a school prom is a dream come true. A lot of young girls are looking forward to this special occasion while there are others who consider it as one of the most memorable highlights in high school.
However, when it comes to landing a date or a partner in a prom, we cannot deny the fact that a lot of people are also after looks: they will start judging you the moment you step into the venue. Many people set their own standards of beauty and neglect people who are unconventionally beautiful.
Chivalry is Not Yet Dead
The recent post made by Chris Tutor proved that chivalry is not yet dead. He set an example of how a gentleman should act. On a lengthy status on Facebook, he narrated how he met a young lady during their JS Prom and how that moment hit him with a lot of realizations on how men should be treating women.
According to Chris, everyone on the venue was dancing, laughing, and breathing heavily except for the young lady who was alone that night. Since he cannot just sit down and not show any signs of care, he feels that he needs to break the curse some other men cast over her. He approached the girl and asked her for a dance.
Read the post below:
I remember how dusty that night was, the air was warm. As if we were on a desert in an African sub-continent. As we…
Netizens were in awe of the honorable act that Chris displayed. He was praised for being a gentleman and for being an inspiration to everyone.
In just a day, the status already garnered more than 110,000 shares, 33,000 shares, and 7,100 comments.
Do you agree with Chris that you should not judge other people based on their physical appearance? Were you inspired by the Facebook status as well? Share your thoughts with us!