Some guys do it because it feels second-nature to at least offer.
Some people split it down the middle every time.
Others believe it's just on the person who came up with the date in the first place.
And there's always the option of taking turns paying for things.
But if that doesn't work, one can be sneaky and make sure the bill is split evenly.
Because some people question this tradition in the first place.
Especially since financial situations can differ.
And it can be highly impractical to assign gender to who pays.
Especially when not all couples are heterosexual.
And maybe you're uncomfortable letting someone pay without putting up a little fight.
At the end of the day, it's a norm worth questioning.
Because it can feel awesome and empowering to take turns getting the check and getting treated.
Especially if you're on a date with Rihanna.
The guy - it's just tradition.The guy should offer and maybe pay once, but only out of courtesy.It's on whoever decided on the location of the date/asked the other person out first.Just split the bill down the middle.Just take turns paying for things.LOL, what about non-heterosexual couples?
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So, who should pay on the first date?
vote votesThe guy - it's just tradition.
vote votesThe guy should offer and maybe pay once, but only out of courtesy.
vote votesIt's on whoever decided on the location of the date/asked the other person out first.
vote votesJust split the bill down the middle.
vote votesJust take turns paying for things.
vote votesLOL, what about non-heterosexual couples?
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