Stop paying for dating com
so I understand that he is ok with paying for everything.
I, too, believe in the more traditional side of things so this works out, but I don't want him to think I'm just another girl looking to free-load and be spoiled rotten.
After the jump, some things you might not have known… Most of the member profiles you’ll find are inactive.
We've been on a number of dates now over the past month, and we're at the point where we're seeing each other exclusively.
Incredibly (to me), most women I spoke to thought I was an idiot and firmly believed the dude should always pay on a first date -- though for some this was a recent change of heart.
Kate, a 33-year-old writer told me, "I tend to try to pay for myself, but as I get older and more comfortable with my awesomeness, I kind of wish and hope that the other person will be a little more old-fashioned about it." Good point.
But as it turns out, they’re heaving shovelfuls of statistical manure at you.
A few years ago, OKCupid calculated that 96.25% of e Harmony’s profiles are inactive, using numbers provided by e Harmony themselves.
Sure, he might be staring adoringly deep into your eyes, but then again, his pants might be held up with duct tape.