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Best Course for a First Date

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by HitMan009, Feb 23, 2005.

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    Restaurant but in dutch way
     
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    (Fabienne @ Feb. 23 2005,08:46) When I was single, I always preferred any avenue less obvious than that of the "date routine". Â American women may feel differently, though. Â I hear they expect a lot in general, such as having the man pay for the dinner. Â That's a complete cultural warp for me.
    The man paying for everything is a foreign concept in Europe?
    Not just a silly guy.
     
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    I have NEVER paid anything during a date. A couple of times a girl obliged me to drink by ordering  and paying me a coke as i didn't want to take anything because of the prices ( i can NOT pay 4 euros for a coke I can have for 10 time less at home. Impossible. Even if i was very rich. I even do not want people to pay for me.) I rarely invite my girlfriend (she has her own money) so i will not pay for someone i do not know. A normal girl doesn't need you to pay.
     

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