Some straight talk for the guys: It's still difficult as a society to get past the idea that men have to pay for everything dating-related.
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He said, that he still wanted to go out and all he really needed was to sit down and rest for a while.
So that is what we did, right up until it was time to head to the theater to see the movie. We got to the movie theater and when I asked for a small popcorn he said he wasn't hungry. The movie ended late and so we decided to call it a night. I began to realize he didn't want to pay for any meals whatsoever. When we got to the ice cream parlor he ordered a sundae, when he was done ordering, the attendant asked me what I would like, and my date said "We are going to share mine." I informed him that the sundae he ordered didn't appeal to me, and that I didn't like some of the items he had chosen. Now maybe you have heard some really terrible stories, worse than mine, but I must say Gentlemen, if you ask a woman out to dinner or a movie, or even for an ice cream cone, let her get what she wants and be prepared for it.
We do not live together, so when we go to each other’s homes, we will either get groceries to cook or get takeout.
When he visits me, I will buy the food ahead of time or order takeout so it’s there when he arrives, footing the bill for the whole thing and not asking for him to pay me back.
(Side note: If your date expects you to spend all your money on them, they may be in this for the wrong reasons!
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