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Women have typically offer to split when they know they aren’t interested in a second date in my experience. When I was dating, I ALWAYS offered to pay for my own meal. This whole story about "men refusing to go on another date due to woman paying/splitting" is a joke.
I just got so sick of the rhetoric, mostly online, of guys complaining that women just dated for free meals, and decided I want gonna be "that girl." It had nothing to do with not being interested in a second date. We’re about to get a slew of posts now with bitter exclamations of: “Equal Rights! No man would do this, unless he wasn't interested and this comes as a handy/lame excuse they can think of.
A fifth of a 20 year old’s age would be four years, for example, so they could date someone between 16 and 24 (four years older or younger).
Based on this system, someone who’s 60 would have a 12 year margin, so the age range would be 48 to 72.
I would still ask a woman out on a second date if I was interested, if she paid her share on the first date but I wouldnt get my hopes up for a yes since that gesture usually means no interest for her part.
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Usually, that is a foretelling sign that the woman isnt interested and doesnt want to feel like she owes the guy another date or something else because he paid.
So given all this, do traditional notions of appropriate age gaps in relationships still matter?
What is traditionally deemed acceptable changes with age, especially as people grow older .
This whole story about "men refusing to go on another date due to woman paying/splitting" is a joke.
It is not that men refuse to go on another date of a woman pays or goes Dutch.