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Posted on Oct 10, 2018 at 03:04 AM

Ok, I want to address something really quick. And I'm going to make this really simple. And if some people get pissed off, I truthfully do not care because I don't fear people.

All I keep hearing is about "who should pay for the date?" "Who should pay for the trip?" You get the picture. I'll say this and I'm leaving it alone. Ladies, if you're out on a date and you don't offer to pay, you weren't taught right. Men, if you go out on a date, and YOU DON'T PAY, YOU weren't taught right. Simple enough?

This is one of the reasons why I do not get involved with women who make less money than I do. Because if I am involved with someone and she comes to me and says "I want to go to Fiji". My first response will be "Ok, lets go. You're paying." Why? because YOU want to go. Just like if I said the same statement, I would pay because I want to go. See how that works? And another thing, you do know chivalry works BOTH ways right?

“I can accept anything, except what seems to be the easiest for most people: the half-way, the almost, the just-about, the in-between.” ― Ayn Rand
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Posted on Oct 11, 2018 at 10:47 PM




I think the word " SHARING and REFLECTION " are the words 

you need .The Blog Dutch Dating is about 1st date meaning 

they are both stranger to each other , who will pay depends on

the given situation. Having a relationship is different ..the couple should talk about financial responsibility right at the beginning so nobody is taken advantage of .. but beware of 

stingy partner ..


I had a friend, both are well to do and both loves to travel .

They pay for each expenses but they share the benefit and advantages for 2 . For their everyday life ,they put 5 Euro everyday in their saving box.

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