Also I think a good idea would be to switch it up a bit.If you are dating someone of the same sex, you don't have to play by old fashioned gender rules that say a guy has to be the one to ask a girl out, pay for everything.Neither of these things always happens, but it's what how I see the situation. Same rule applies when I go with non-date friends - male or female.
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However, in my current relationship, I have more cash reserves, so I tend to pay or we split the bill. (movie, drinks, etc.) and it works out that one person pays for the dinner and the other pays for the "and." My current relationship we've tended either to do no-cost stuff or stay in at one person's place or the other, in which case I tend to cook (including buying the food).
While some think that the older and wealthier of the two people should always pick up the tab, I'd feel really uncomfortable with that.
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Even if a lady idly suggests, sweetly hints or otherwise makes me listen to her growling stomach while swooning from hunger in order to get me to take her out to dinner, I usually pay because that what I'm trained to do, and what I want to do in most cases. Does the asker always pay or is it usually dutch treat, or do both gallantly fight for the check like two businessmen on a power lunch? I completely agree with FCM - that's what I came into this thread to say.
So when it comes to paying for a date, do what you and your partner feel most comfortable with and don't worry about what you think you are "supposed" to do.