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A guy Stole his dates phone after she refused to pay half the bill.
When you go on a date do you pay the bill all the time or would you expect the bitch to pay for her own shit? (if you are male)

Would you expect a free ride? (if your female)

I personally would cover the bill but I would expect her to have taken some cash with her and at least offer to pay for her own.


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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 13:55:13
If you ask someone out on a date whomever asked should be paying unless otherwise discussed. But if you are inviting them out and taking them to places it is you who are responsible for paying. You can not say hey let us go to all these places and what not though it still can depend on the situation.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 14:05:19
Back in the old days...

Men asked women on dates, and paid. Men held open doors for women. Men defended women. Men were men, and women were women. Men also didn't refer to women as "bitches" in public statements... also "stealing" anything as a recourse to offset a perceived debt suggests a lack of maturity that should preclude the male from even asking women on dates...

At least in my opinion.




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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 14:20:59
You forgot about Small Furry Creatures from Alpha Centauri being real Small Furry Creatures from Alpha Centauri.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 14:22:49
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Back in the old days...

Men asked women on dates, and paid. Men held open doors for women. Men defended women. Men were men, and women were women. Men also didn't refer to women as "bitches" in public statements... also "stealing" anything as a recourse to offset a perceived debt suggests a lack of maturity that should preclude the male from even asking women on dates...

At least in my opinion.




this isn't the old days. and in today's society some 'bitches' like to be called 'bitches' for whatever reason. I don't understand it either. and clearly this man's maturity is in question.

Zed is right, the person who is asking should pay unless otherwise discussed. at least in my opinion. before I got with my better half I had someone ask me out, and when the check arrived she expected me to pay.

Her reasoning was men pay for dates. I of course laughed at the dated notion that I somehow was obligated to pay. It seems to me that most men today are so concerned with getting laid that this was normal to her. But as im not so desperate for physical attention I merely informed her that wasn't happening and if there was to be a second date she would need to pony up the cash for the night out she initiated. She did, and there was






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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 14:23:27
No matter your stance on the issue of who should pay, the douche in the article is not entitled to the woman's phone or any other personal belongings for that matter. If the involved parties prepare for all situations then there would not be an issue.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 14:25:35
The bitches was just a joke.
Lighten up.

Paying for someone's food has nothing to do with being a man.
Being strong in tough situations makes a man imo.

What you are on about is a ladies boy.

I'm all for treating women with respect but this is 2013.
Should women not treat us the same now?
I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 14:27:57
Whoever invited who should pay.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 14:47:18
By Hades [1728299]
The bitches was just a joke.
Lighten up.

Paying for someone's food has nothing to do with being a man.
Being strong in tough situations makes a man imo.

What you are on about is a ladies boy.

I'm all for treating women with respect but this is 2013.
Should women not treat us the same now?
I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


I am light. I was just offering you some perspective on the subject, since you posted about the subject.

What I am "on about is a ladies boy"? Really? And I thought it was called manners. Gee, how things have changed.



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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 14:57:12
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By Hades [1728299]
The bitches was just a joke.
Lighten up.

Paying for someone's food has nothing to do with being a man.
Being strong in tough situations makes a man imo.

What you are on about is a ladies boy.

I'm all for treating women with respect but this is 2013.
Should women not treat us the same now?
I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


I am light. I was just offering you some perspective on the subject, since you posted about the subject.

What I am "on about is a ladies boy"? Really? And I thought it was called manners. Gee, how things have changed.



Women are not disabled. They can open their own doors, carry their own umbrellas and all that sort of shit.
I do a lot of the stuff that you say a man should do. But I don't do it all the time.
Women are not lazy and men are not the only ones that know how to open doors.
Why don't they open the doors for us for a change?
I wouldnt want them to but do you get what I mean.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 15:38:42
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By MachineGunSteve [184119]
By Hades [1728299]
The bitches was just a joke.
Lighten up.

Paying for someone's food has nothing to do with being a man.
Being strong in tough situations makes a man imo.

What you are on about is a ladies boy.

I'm all for treating women with respect but this is 2013.
Should women not treat us the same now?
I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


I am light. I was just offering you some perspective on the subject, since you posted about the subject.

What I am "on about is a ladies boy"? Really? And I thought it was called manners. Gee, how things have changed.



Women are not disabled. They can open their own doors, carry their own umbrellas and all that sort of shit.
I do a lot of the stuff that you say a man should do. But I don't do it all the time.
Women are not lazy and men are not the only ones that know how to open doors.
Why don't they open the doors for us for a change?
I wouldnt want them to but do you get what I mean.


I get what you mean. Back in the late 1970's when I was 15 or 16... I thought the same way.

Don't get me wrong. I see the world the way it is today. I see the way many young women act, and in many cases it doesn't inspire much action towards having manners.



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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 15:41:21
LOL

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 16:20:12
By Hades [1728299]
By MachineGunSteve [184119]
By Hades [1728299]
The bitches was just a joke.
Lighten up.

Paying for someone's food has nothing to do with being a man.
Being strong in tough situations makes a man imo.

What you are on about is a ladies boy.

I'm all for treating women with respect but this is 2013.
Should women not treat us the same now?
I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


I am light. I was just offering you some perspective on the subject, since you posted about the subject.

What I am "on about is a ladies boy"? Really? And I thought it was called manners. Gee, how things have changed.



Women are not disabled. They can open their own doors, carry their own umbrellas and all that sort of shit.
I do a lot of the stuff that you say a man should do. But I don't do it all the time.
Women are not lazy and men are not the only ones that know how to open doors.
Why don't they open the doors for us for a change?
I wouldnt want them to but do you get what I mean.



I sometimes do open doors for men. I try not to do it too often because some of them get weird about it. I think it's best if people just kept the doors open behind them instead of opening them for others to go first, that way it's not uncomfortable.

I agree with the part that the one who asks the other out should pay. But i would like to add that when the date goes badly, they shouldn't, at least in my case, letting someone else pay for me is a privilege i would not offer to just anyone And even though i haven't really asked anyone on a date, i guess i would feel bad paying for someone i didn't like.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 17:02:53
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I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


So the relationship is so strong you don't have a joint account as that'd be too risky, neither of you can be considered responsible enough for that, but you've got two kids.

Lulz

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 17:12:37
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I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


So the relationship is so strong you don't have a joint account as that'd be too risky, neither of you can be considered responsible enough for that, but you've got two kids.

Lulz


We aren't married. Why would we get a joint account anyway?

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 17:23:43
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I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


So the relationship is so strong you don't have a joint account as that'd be too risky, neither of you can be considered responsible enough for that, but you've got two kids.

Lulz


We aren't married. Why would we get a joint account anyway?


don't get one. if you aren't legally liable for each others financial states then do let someone try and guilt you into it. you are doing fine. this however is a modern ideology and not well accepted yet. good on ya for not caving to the pressures that are out there.

plenty of people are responsible and mature enough to raise children together without binding each others financial woes to each other. the idea that marriage = love and responsibility is an outdated concept. marriage is nothing more than a legally binding contract regarding property and assets.



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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 17:50:56
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I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


So the relationship is so strong you don't have a joint account as that'd be too risky, neither of you can be considered responsible enough for that, but you've got two kids.

Lulz


We aren't married. Why would we get a joint account anyway?


don't get one. if you aren't legally liable for each others financial states then do let someone try and guilt you into it. you are doing fine. this however is a modern ideology and not well accepted yet. good on ya for not caving to the pressures that are out there.

plenty of people are responsible and mature enough to raise children together without binding each others financial woes to each other. the idea that marriage = love and responsibility is an outdated concept. marriage is nothing more than a legally binding contract regarding property and assets.


I think you might be contradicting yourself in there somewhere.

I find it hilarious that you don't have a joint pool, and can imagine that works out great:

I bought the kids diapers last time!!! It's your turn or they go shitty!!!

xD

You already have joint finances, and the illusion that they are separate says more of your relationship and maturity then any hilarious notion about antiquated social norms and expectations around the "institution" of marriage.


Good luck with that.


OT: you invite on date, you pay, unless you negotiate Dutch out of the gate.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 18:20:50
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I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


So the relationship is so strong you don't have a joint account as that'd be too risky, neither of you can be considered responsible enough for that, but you've got two kids.

Lulz


We aren't married. Why would we get a joint account anyway?


don't get one. if you aren't legally liable for each others financial states then do let someone try and guilt you into it. you are doing fine. this however is a modern ideology and not well accepted yet. good on ya for not caving to the pressures that are out there.

plenty of people are responsible and mature enough to raise children together without binding each others financial woes to each other. the idea that marriage = love and responsibility is an outdated concept. marriage is nothing more than a legally binding contract regarding property and assets.


Well said.


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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 18:50:45
I flip a coin for it.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 19:02:58
If I've money, I pay.
If she has money, she pays.
If we both don't have money we go to each other's house.
If we both have money, we go to Game parlour and play Tekken, CS 1.6, AOE, Gears of war, Battle field etc.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 21:07:54
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whatever [...]
OT: you invite on date, you pay, unless you negotiate Dutch out of the gate.


Who the f**k are you to question their ways of doing things? If it works for them, good for them. Leave it at that. Everyone's different.

OT: I try to be a gentleman. If i like the girl and we have a good time together i'll gladly help with the pay. Even pay for the whole thing.



Yeah i'm gullable like that. One stupid f**k.

I got a hat.
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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 21:15:23
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Back in the old days...

Men asked women on dates, and paid. Men held open doors for women. Men defended women. Men were men, and women were women. Men also didn't refer to women as "bitches" in public statements... also "stealing" anything as a recourse to offset a perceived debt suggests a lack of maturity that should preclude the male from even asking women on dates...

At least in my opinion.




And women were housewives with no other ambition in life, weren't allowed to vote, and couldn't show their legs in public. Pretty sure there was a big ol' war going on back then as well...

Take it to Reddit.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 22:41:33
I expect a guy to pay on a date. I don't ask guys out, so that's not an issue for me.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 23:26:30
2 idiots resort to dating site and end up making big enough fools of themselves to end up in the news ...

i'm not sure of the cost of living in London, however that bar tab seems like they drank a fair bit ... so, was he trying to get her drunk enough to get her into bed? was she just trying to milk him for free drinks?

short first dates with a possibility of an extension or a second date were always my pick ... if you find you're not really interested after about an hour then you can both go your own way

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 23:42:25
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I have a gr8 girl and have 2 beautiful kids with her.
Anytime we go out for a meal we take turns paying.


So the relationship is so strong you don't have a joint account as that'd be too risky, neither of you can be considered responsible enough for that, but you've got two kids.

Lulz


You don't have kids (obviously), move along numpty.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 23:42:35
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2 idiots resort to dating site and end up making big enough fools of themselves to end up in the news ...

i'm not sure of the cost of living in London, however that bar tab seems like they drank a fair bit ... so, was he trying to get her drunk enough to get her into bed? was she just trying to milk him for free drinks?

short first dates with a possibility of an extension or a second date were always my pick ... if you find you're not really interested after about an hour then you can both go your own way


Hey, man, if you take a girl called Sultana out on a date, you might expect things to get a bit... juicy...

I'm sorry, if I had resisted saying that, I would never have forgiven myself. Now that I have, I'm disgusted with myself, but satisfied.

Seriously, though, am I crazy in that I prefer to take a person out for coffee on a first date? It's much less formal, which opens the door for better communication; and the whole 'who pays for what' thing is much less awkward. Then proceed to take things forward, if it seems like a good idea. Bars & dinners are better for subsequent dates.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 23:46:08
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Costa first caravans and sex later

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 23:49:26
You cant have gender equality and male chivalry.
Its one or the other i'm afraid.

50:50.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 23:51:00
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Costa first caravans and sex later


Not Costa. There's a certain store of that chain which I'm pretty sure I'm not welcome in any more.

Nero first. Caravan later.

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 23:54:16
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2 idiots resort to dating site and end up making big enough fools of themselves to end up in the news ...

i'm not sure of the cost of living in London, however that bar tab seems like they drank a fair bit ... so, was he trying to get her drunk enough to get her into bed? was she just trying to milk him for free drinks?

short first dates with a possibility of an extension or a second date were always my pick ... if you find you're not really interested after about an hour then you can both go your own way


Hey, man, if you take a girl called Sultana out on a date, you might expect things to get a bit... juicy...

I'm sorry, if I had resisted saying that, I would never have forgiven myself. Now that I have, I'm disgusted with myself, but satisfied.

Seriously, though, am I crazy in that I prefer to take a person out for coffee on a first date? It's much less formal, which opens the door for better communication; and the whole 'who pays for what' thing is much less awkward. Then proceed to take things forward, if it seems like a good idea. Bars & dinners are better for subsequent dates.


i lol'ed

and you're not crazy at all ... that method always worked nicely for me ..

but maybe i'm an old fart who's been away from the dating scene for a while so i may be out of touch with today's "standards" (or lack thereof) ..

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Posted on Fri Sep 06, 2013 23:56:49
By MachineGunSteve [184119]
Back in the old days...

Men asked women on dates, and paid. Men held open doors for women. Men defended women. Men were men, and women were women.


Back in the old days women couldn't vote. Couldn't work where men could.

Women were women. Now they are human.

I hold the door for people all the time. I'll pay the check for friends and family, gender doesn't come into it. My girlfriend gets just as annoyed as my brother, so these days I try to step it back and leave the check there for a few minutes before grabbing it.

The same principals behind treating your date right apply to the other people in your life.
It's nice to be extra sweet to a woman on occasion.
But an archaic adherence to treating a woman as if she were incapable and needs a man to take care of her, like "back in the old days"... Well. They've shown they are capable.


By HarshLife [443611]
You cant have gender equality and male chivalry.
Its one or the other i'm afraid.

50:50.


Slightly too much of a blanket statement, but there's truth to it.

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