With your attitude, I wouldn't pay. I pay to be nice and do something special for the person I'm with, not because it's expected of me. If you're not going to appreciate it, I'm not going to do it.
And what do you offer in return? Just because you think you're a "good catch" doesn't mean you actually are.
"Good catch"... my shiny green ***.
I think he should.
Yes. You've money, so why not help pay? or you know what? Why not take HIM out and YOU pay? You know how annoying that sounds?
It's ******* annoying, especially since I keep hearing it from females.
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It's fine. As long as you aren't bothered by him expecting $ex afterwards.
Because...? What do you do that makes you worth throwing away money for food that'll last a few minutes, on expensive and fancy dinnerware that you don't own?
Dead on truth.
Is he just an ATM machine? What if he expects you to provide sex because he's the guy and it makes him feel taken care of? It's the same mentality.
"old fashioned"<br />
Meh. It depends on both of your financial situations, but he _should_ go out of his way to do things like this at least occasionally. If you care for him you want what's best for him, and maybe fancy dinners aren't really the smartest way for him to be using his funds right now... If you're really serious about each other, it's ultimately shared resources anyhow...
its not bad of you, but I don't know if your boyfriend is going to run very poor that way.
As long as you both share the same perspective on a relationship, no, nothing wrong with that. But don't be surprised if he expects other things in return. Being old fashioned comes with a lot of give and take.
No...he should take you. I like old fashion...probably because I am old fashion
if that is what you want and youand your boyfriend dont see eye to eye then find a different boyfriend
It shouldn't be expected, but a gentleman should offer to pay. That being said, a good woman would at least go dutch
No, but don't make it a habit.