I was talking to a guy friend of mine a few weeks ago and the subject of dating etiquette came up. He was upset and outraged that this chick he took out one night hadn't called him back after their date where he spent a whopping $200 on her. And got NO SEX. Dude was heated. I tried to comfort my friend by telling him that he should not spend that kind of money on a first date, especially with someone he barely knows.
I also told him he should have called her out on her foolishness. He should have simply said to her in a nice, calm, gentlemanly voice, "You know you are ordering from the ass side of the menu. You know what that means right? Unless you are planning on giving up some ass you had better stroll your butt back over to the left side of the menu." That would have given her a heads up as to what was going down later that night.
I'm just kidding but one thing I was serious about is that he should not have spent $200 on a first date with someone he didn't know if he was going to get upset if that was going to be their last date.
Ladies, is it OK to let a guy you are not interested in pay that kind of money on you if you knew you were going to blow him off?
I wouldn't. I'd feel so guilty. Let me give you an example of what goes on in my world. I met this guy once. We go on a first date. Things are OK but there is no chemistry. He asks me for a second date and I agreed thinking I'd give it another chance to see if he grows on me. He spent a lot of money on that second date and I was feeling all kinds of guilty because I knew it wasn't going to work and I was going to blow him off. Once I saw the check I was floored so I did what any self respecting non gold digger does. I invited him out on another date which I paid for (a lot too I might add) to level the playing field so that when I blew his ass off he wouldn't feel all used and abused because he spent a wad of cash and I blew him off. See?! Problem solved. He didn't feel used and I didn't feel like a heel in the process.
Guys have you spent a load of cash on a woman and she blew you off afterward? Ladies, did you let some poor sap foot an exorbitant bill only to duck and dodge him afterwards?