I'm a student at university. The university runs a 'mentor program', which basically pairs up students with 'mentors' from people working in areas the student may be interested in working in when they graduate. The mentor's job is to provide guidance and support to the student to help them get a feel for employment after university.
I signed up for the program, and was matched with a lawyer who is 30. He arranged to meet up with me for lunch so we could talk about any questions I may have for him. We met at a cafe, and ordered lunch. When I went to pay he said "No please, let me pay". I was a bit confused why he paid, because that was the first time I've ever met him, and I was just confused why he paid? I was flattered he did though. What's your opinion?
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In that situation it's not unusual.