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Paying on the first date sets a precedent—you’ll be paying more often, especially when you’re gay.” Unlike the straight men we talked to, Kurt wants his actions noticed.“Perhaps it is because I am from the South, but if someone doesn’t thank me for paying, it’s an almost immediate deal breaker,” he divulged.He estimates he went on approximately 75 to 100 first dates in 2015, only going on about 20 second dates and 10 third dates (spending upwards of ,000).

“I used do five in five nights, but I got so sick of dating I had to stop,” he said, adding that he has two tricks to guarantee he takes care of the check.Ella believes the payment process says a lot about the date.“I don’t mind paying, but it would seem strange if the guy didn’t want to pay on the first date.Crown Heights resident Katie waits until the man grabs the check before offering.“Then, if we’re going Dutch it’s very obvious when he passes me the check after putting down his cash or card.”Kurt, who lives in Bushwick with his boyfriend, said he doesn’t always offer to pay on a first date, adding, “If you are asking a person out, you are asking to take them out.

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