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While some were happy with just a polite proposal, others firmly believed that their date should split the bill.Be loyal from the start From the very first date, men pitched loyalty high up on their list of green flags for potential partners.
For example, Ted always buys the toilet paper, and Sally always gets the laundry detergent. Confusion when it comes to finances is often what leads to fighting, so if you already have a set routine, you can avoid some arguments that might arise.Maybe I'm old fashioned, but I think that the man should pay up to date, say.... If you're getting drinks and things like that, yeah- pay for a round.But I do believe in courtship, and that men like a chase, and part of being pursued is monetary. I dated a guy once with whom there was a big financial gap between us (read: he made way more money than I did) and he was fine paying for everything. So we created something called "Sugar Mama Sundays" where I would pay for everything on Sundays when we went out.For some reason, we equate finances with whether someone likes us, and maybe that's the first problem.And traditionally, men are the ones who we expect to front the bill.