Especially when so many conflicting sources spew outlandish advice for dating. If you want to call the next day after a date DO IT!This is why I have comprised a few anti-rules to dating. If you get asked out the day of for a date, you have no plans, and you actually want to see this person then why the f*ck not? #Live Your Life As a friend, I don't mind listening to relationship problems and offering a bit of advice, however the issue arises when it becomes an ongoing practice.
Because let's be real, at the end of the day no one really knows what the hell they're doing.“Never kiss on the first date.”“Wait a x minutes before responding to a text message so not to seem too eager.”“Let him make the first move.”“Wait at least three days after your first date before following up.”“Wait (insert arbitrary amount of time here) before having sex.”“If he asks you out last minute that means his other plans fell through and you're a backup.”We have all heard some variation of these rules. If you and your partner are in disagreement, try to keep the details of that problem between the two of you.
However, I have news for you: When it comes to dating, other than, “no means no,” THERE ARE NO RULES! Constantly telling any and everyone about your dates and conversations is essentially spreading and tainting the organic energy of the relationship.
There were 13 of them, and here they are (with a few explanatory comments in parentheses). "You must tee your ball within a club's length of the hole." (A diameter of two club lengths.
Teeing grounds are now defined as two club lengths in depth.)2.
Otherwise, how could players have squared off in competition? At least not until the mid-18th Century, when the first known written rules of golf were put into writing by the Gentlemen Golfers of Leith, now the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers based at Muirfield.