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Women dig chivalrous guys

A study, based on a survey of 2,000 people, has found that men have finally realised that chivalrous behaviour is more attractive to women than simply a laddish attitude.

sex and relationships Updated: Oct 23, 2010 16:48 IST

Blokes, please note -- it's not laddish attitude, but chivalrous behaviour which appears more appealing to the fair sex, says a new study.

The study, based on a survey of 2,000 people, has found that men have finally realised that chivalrous behaviour is more attractive to women than simply a laddish attitude, the Daily Express reported.

coupleIn the survey for Lixx vodka, two-fifths of men said they were now more likely to open doors and pull out chairs for prospective partners, while 52 per cent of women said paying them a compliment was the best way to get a date.

Only seven per cent of men still rely on corny chat-up lines, the survey found.