I recently saw a post about how this girl lost interest in Asian men because of one instance where she went to a restaurant with one and he didn't offer to pay for her or her sister. So I'm just wondering how common this mindset is among women, and for guys whether or not you would be willing to date a girl who thought like this?
- I'm a girl and I think a man should pay to be a gentleman.Vote A
- I'm a girl and I DON'T think the man should pay to be a gentleman.Vote B
- I'm a guy and I agree a man should pay to be considered a gentleman.Vote C
- I'm a guy and I DON'T agree a man should pay to be considered a gentleman.Vote D
Most Helpful Girl
She's a cunt and that's pathetic of her to say all Asian dudes are shitty and cheap just because 1 dude wouldn't pay for her. Honestly she's not worth buying anything for.
No smart gentlemen would pay if he doesn't have the money and I doubt she ever thought to consider that. Plus I don't see why he would even bother for her sister to be there. Over all that chick is just a full on pathetic cunt.9
Most Helpful Guy
I'm gonna be pretty blunt here. When it comes to the topic of whether or not a guy should pay for a girls meal, many women are self centered bitches. Paying for someone's meal isn't nice unless they can't afford it, it's using money to buy someone. Nice is helping someone who could use help. Buying someone is paying for someone so that they will look upon you with favor, usually for the benefit of the person paying. What is the guy buying with his money in this case? He is making her feel like she's being provided for (which is a foolishly 2 dimensional delusion) as leverage to get romantic intimacy and/or sex. Alternatively, buying a girl a drink is spending money to make her feel happier and hornier and thus more likely to open her legs for him. Both are manipulation plain and simple, it baffles me that people not only consider these behaviors socially acceptable but they actually see manipulating people and being manipulated as a *favorable* means to an end in these circumstances. It is absolutely absurd that people do not see this for what it is, it's like people lack critical thinking skills. It would be nice if we could cut it out with this shit. Surely I can't be the only one who would rather have a relationship with someone on the basis that we like each other and make each other happy, as opposed to having to jump through hoops and buy the opportunity to date her and get to that point.0