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The best way to describe the landship is as a "theatrical group" which performs intricate dances that reflect the passage of ships through rough seas and the activities that take place on board.Some of the most popular dances are ribbon dances around a maypole.Symbolically it might mean he’ll always be by her side, through thick and thin, and will protect her from anything. He opens the door for her A gentleman would help her up into the carriage as a sign of his protection and strength.Women would hold their dresses up as they were often long and heavy.Tuk bands perform at all major Barbados festivals, including the Holetown Festival, Crop Over and the Oistins Fish Festival.

The tuk band's infectious rhythm is a call to get up and dance, or at least tap your feet!Chivalry IS, in fact, dead when men no longer understand the meaning behind a chivalrous action.When actions no longer come from within, but are forced and expected, the inner gentleman dies and so does chivalry.The gentleman opened the door for her so she wouldn’t have to drop her dress in the dirt. He doesn’t LOL for the sake of attention “Frequent and loud laughter is the characteristic of folly and ill-manners…”Letters to His Son on the Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman (1746). He helps her put on/take off her coat Up through the Edwardian period, women wore multiple layers, and beneath them a restricting corset.The modern gentleman helps her in and out of the car to stand in the way of creepy gawkers. He never criticizes a home-made meal An out-loud criticism of a meal as a guest was considered disrespectful to the host. He might write an “LOL” over text in the present, but He commands attention through his strong character. He pulls out her chair It was common for the gentleman to pull out her chair and allow her to face the open room. A gentleman would help his lady put on and take off her coat because of her restricted movement.