"Your past is your past, those experiences make up a part of your story.If a woman asks you to remove them, you’ll soon come to realize that she’s a jealous, insecure, overbearing pain in the ass." And that's totally your job.Big hair, even bigger shoulder pads, acid-wash denim jeans and plenty of fluoro.But there are some sweet 80s romantic trends which have stood the test of time. If you are dating someone who grew up in that era, sentiment and fondness will cast even 80s cheesiness in a good light.Here's our breakdown of why it was easy, why it's gotten so tough, and -- courtesy of the panel of experts we enlisted for our very Mandy Moore-esque "How to Deal" tips -- how you can slice through the BS and make it easy once again. For a casual date, you took her to Bennigan’s, named after a Gaelic term for “fun.” To class things up, you treated her to Steak and Ale, where they served steak, the beer was called “ale”, and for a while the menu was dubbed the “Bill of Fare for Lords and Ladies.” Needed something more adventurous? Unlike almost every American in 1984, your date will know a ton about food, and your selection will be held to intense scrutiny. , “Just because you have access to all of the information in the entire world, doesn’t mean we want to hear it come out of your mouth -- we know how to Google, too. Even if you’d met before, you could still start the evening as an object of mystery because the only way she could find anything out about you would be to hire a private detective. ” conversation, because she’s already tallied them up.That means you have to actually research where you’re going to take her, with zero guarantee your hard work will score any points. We would much rather discover the food together and have an awesome conversation about it than have you tell us that the salmon was sourced in a small river southwest of Portland.” Do you call? Also, if you’re on Twitter, she’ll already know all your hilarious one-liners about how old Greg Oden looks, so don’t count on that arrow being in your quiver."Hi, I'm Benedict - but you can call me Big Ben," Cumberbatch slyly smiled. Yeah, they had weird matchmaking services where you had to send in a videotape of you talking about how much you enjoyed aerobics and monogamy and curling up in front of a nice warm fire but, compared to now, it was cake. There are infinity restaurants, with infinity more opening every week. If you drop that “like” will she assume you’re interested in marriage? That you’re doing the bare minimum to keep the possibility of a noncommittal hookup alive? It seems a little forward to send pictures of your anatomy after one date but if that’s what people are doing these days who are you to judge? If you’re going to impose yourself on her actually enjoyable, self-sufficient single life, you’ve got to prove you’re worth it. As one single lady puts it, “You could hold ten million doors for me, if you don’t have an edge to your personality, it’s not going to work.” Blind dates were actually doable -- you had to wear your special blind-date ascot just so she’d recognize you when she showed up. She doesn’t need to have that “how many girls have you seriously dated?
Then you would have a short videotape so men or women could watch and decide, 'I like the feel of this person. So, I would conduct the videotape interviews."After previewing some of the cheesiest dating videos from the '80s, Graham Norton prodded his three guests into recording their own romantic pitches - much to Benedict and Eddie's chagrin."Hi, I'm Bryan," the Related: Doctor Strange meets Newt Scamander!I am 51, single and always looking per at my age after been hurt many time young and some mature women, I decided to look for seniors or elderly ladies instead maybe elderly age range 90 and up , don't even want to think about their sexual orientation after all we all need caring relationship or a genuine marriage no matter the age gape or the look. Now me, I personally don't want to get married again, although I would enjoy a part-time 'visitation' arrangement. If you were around in the 80s, you’ll know it wasn’t universally kind.Long after you think you’ve dismantled your dating history, your ex- could still tag a random photo of you from 2006 and even though it was clearly a long time ago because you weighed 20 less pounds and hadn’t yet abandoned your short-lived mustache experiment her online activity could still cause all kinds of commotion.Jones says to just freaking own it -- and maybe consider not bothering to de-tag old pictures in the first place.