Vintage article on how to get a hubby goes viral and the internet can't handle it

Vintage article on how to get a hubby goes viral and the internet can't handle it

A vintage magazine article on how to get a husband has gone viral on social media recently, and it sparked quite the reactions, especially from the ladies.

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Thank God we have evolved as a society! Recently a vintage magazine article was shared on Facebook and it showed just how far women have come in the dating game.

The article, which was posted on social media by Kim Marx-Kuczynski, showed how women had to jump through hoops to land a husband.

From acting stupid to tripping every time you enter the room, ladies were given absurd tips on how to land a husband.

The article featured 129 ways a woman could have a man fall in love with- and it all led to the man's ego being boosted and the lady appearing as if she could not live without him.

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Now, we're not sure if the magazine was serious over the 129 ways or if they were poking fun at the lengths women had to go to get a man's attention.

Regardless, modern women found the ways 'outrageous' and hilarious. So, Briefly.co.za took a look at some of their reactions.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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