understood how it was supposed to be interpreted. What is Chivalry you may
ask? Well Chivalry was morals that taught honor, courage, respect for women,
and fear of God to name some points. Chivalry’s roots stretch way back to the
9th and 10th centuries, the system of Chivalry flourished most vigorously in the
12th and 13th centuries before deteriorating at the end of the Middle Ages.
Unfortunately, Chivalry is close to dead in the 21st century. Back then, knights
were on their quests to be everything a man strived to be. Chivalry was a
mixture of Christian and military ideals that Knights honored. Now a days, the
only mixture of ideals that males honor are pants below their butt and shoes that
match their hat. If the code had to be recreated for our generation, I believe it
would go a little something like this…
The female gender wouldn’t know what the definition of “heartbreak”
meant, because all guys and/or men would treat their women like queens. Men
would cater completely to women, faithfully doting on their every move. Being
chivalrist simply means being honest. In both sexes. Men and women must
never lie to each other. If either one lies, the other person gets to tie a cleat to a
bat, and beat the other person with it until they are satisfied! J Women must
also never pay for anything, ever. Women don’t have to work, unless they want
to. Otherwise, the male is the provider. If the male chooses not to provide, then
he will be sent to prison for life, and have to live in a 6x6 cell with a cold toilet
seat. That’s not comfortable, and there are NO second chances.
Another act of chivalry In our generation would have to be loyalty.
Women can’t cheat on men, and Men can’t follow their nature, (which is to cheat
on women). If either sex chooses to disobeys the rules, the rule breaker must