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Yet, one of the oldest topics psychologists, sociologists, dating coaches and us everyday people have argued for years is, “Who pays on a date?

” When the date consists of a man and a woman, it’s virtually (and traditionally) known that a man is supposed to pony up and pay for dinner and a movie.

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They have made a choice to find someone in a different way; they’ve decided against hanging out at a bar until two pairs of drunken eyes meet and stumble home together to live unhappily ever after.

Plenty of people do this and if it works for them, sure…

Maybe they've honed their skills online and then started emailing that guy/girl in the office they've always dug.

You should always feel worried when one business attacks another because, surprise surprise, they are trying to make money out of their customers!

And since most sites have a search feature that allows you to order the results by last login date, it’s not hard to weed the duds right out of the picture. If the profile is half-assed and incomplete, you shouldn't be surprised when you don't get a response.

Just as if it's completely filled out and they've been online recently you should presume they've shown Match the money.

But what about when two women are on a date together? While there isn’t a black and white answer, there are a few things to consider before whipping out your debit card: Once you’re past the three-date mark, the woman who makes the most money should offer to pay.

If you’re a lawyer and you’re dating a waitress, chances are, a nice dinner is just a small portion of your bi-weekly paycheck.

Say you’re the waitress and you girlfriend pays for 100 percent of dinners out. If you can’t afford a fancy dinner, then cook for her at your apartment and make it extra special. Whether it’s dinner, the movies, a concert or ice skating lessons, think about etiquette, and be practical before whipping out your credit card or expecting your date to pay.

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