For once, Donald and Daisy's relationship is going well, until Donald goofs up as usual and she storms away. Donald asks old-fashioned Grandma Duck for advice, and she replies that Donald is wrong to treat Daisy as an equal and that he should try to show more galantry and gentlemanliness around her. Donald trusts Grandma but is worried about being too "square" about it. When Gyro Gearloose comes in with a colleciton of "gallantry machine" that update medieval courtship to the jet age, he thinks all his troubles are over. But is the whole enterprise really what Daisy wants?
Behind the scenesEdit
This story was first printed in 1967 in Donald Duck #115. It was reprinted in Donald Duck #233, in Top Comics #4, and in the Australian Walt Disney's Comics #267.