What is it, to be a gentleman?

Before we delve into the different details of what makes a gentleman, we'll start off with key things that make up a gentleman.

// Manners //
Manners cost nothing, and they're simple to do. To be honest, All of you reading probably have good manners.
The simple things like saying please and thank you, general politeness and going the extra way to hold the door for people.
All simple things that can make peoples day a little bit happier.

// Look Smart and Approachable //
Looks aren't always the most important thing, but it always help to look smart and approachable.
In my opinion, looking smart and approachable is the gentleman look.
Sometimes it can be expensive, but you don't have to go out and buy £1,000 suits. I'll show you how to do it on a budget. (that's kind of the point of the blog)

// Know how to cook //
Now I'm not saying you have to go out and learn a whole recipe book fool of things, but a couple of dishes could never harm. Just some dishes that might impress at a dinner party.
I could never say I'm the best cook in the world. It wasn't long a go I could just about make a slice of toast, but now I'll show you a few cheap meals that you can make, that are simple and should hopefully be something new and impressive that no body's tried before.

// Have a passion //
Have a passion for everything you.
If you don't have a passion for something, then really think whether it's worth doing at all.

I hope you learn a few things from this blog and maybe even have some laughs.
Just remember that you don't have to follow this step by step. Mixing it up your self is what makes you unique. Your own gentleman!

Also, check out this entertaining list of what Chelsea Fagen thinks makes up a gentleman.
http://thoughtcatalog.com/chelsea-fagan/2013/12/24-rules-for-being-a-gentleman-in-2014/

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