Okay, you're off the hook. "Going steady" was still going steady in the 80s, but I don't really know when it faded out of existence as a big deal since I was hitting that age when people were starting to pair up for long-term relationships and marriage anyway, so didn't take notice that the younger generation had undergone such a shift in dating activity. Now the term "dating" seems to have replaced "going steady," so it's confusing to distinguish between going on a date or dates vs. dating.JasonRox said:Haha, I didn't think you were that old, or any of you.
I always pictured you all as mid 30's or so. I don't think I'm missing by a long shot, not sure at all.
I just mentionned the date of the book. :tongue2:
I believe the whole going steady thing died in the mid 80's. Not sure, because I wasn't really around then either.
I like the idea of going steady much better. It's more casual, and from reading the book... much cuter!