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Unless they’ve been a complete dick, in which case ghost the f*** outta them.
Another thing that feels all too common is the notion of a man paying for dates, especially first ones.
Nor are we inundated with advances for dates, hook-ups, telephone numbers, or even gifted so much as a ‘hi’. It appears men are the approachers and women are left to sift through the ungodly numbers of mostly uncouth messages that bestow their inboxes.
And as a result, women have more choice and an overwhelming amount of choice at that.
Women are quick to voice what turns them on and off in a fella; well this is one of ours.
Offering to split bills is fine and, if you’re really into the person, you may want to or insist on paying – just don’t expect it.
Taking turns buying rounds isn’t exactly rocket science.
If you become accustomed to dating and do it often – one of my friends tries to go on one a week during peak ‘dating season’ (but many of you may do so less frequently) – no matter whether you’ve embarked on three or 300, you’ll likely have a predetermined selection of date venues.
Yet on the other hand, if you decided to do something different or, God forbid, mildly adventurous, you could be left drowning in possibilities.
In London, for example, there are 1,001 things you could do; ranging from simple drinks, to rock climbing, crazy golf, food markets, the London Eye, and the museums. And if your date is of the ‘I don’t mind what we do’ variety, you can often be left to make all the decisions.
So don’t be an idiot and keep things civil and location-appropriate.