The question said that he offered a fancy dinner, but didn’t deliver on that.
@Giselleloved Like I said... Times are tough.Maybe he thought he could afford it when he set the date or thought I wouldn't agree to it if it wasn't fancy. It is way harder to come back with..."well I actually can only afford to take you to somewhere cheap right now because I am broke" THAT takes balls. And I would respect him for being able to both check his pride and not go over budget just for a date, and still want to go out with me enough to go through that humiliation just to spend time with me. I have had guys cancel dates saying they couldn't afford to take me out right now, when I would have been happy with a walk in the park as long as I got to spend time with them. People are far to obsessed with money. At the end of the day a good partner may not be rich, but you will be rich in love.
@mmilliandI think you're my new hero.
@naomihillariage That is probably the nicest response I have ever gotten 😄❤
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If that was the case he should've told you in advance and that would be absolutely understandable.
Some people are insecure about their financial problems. I personally wouldn't care. Only thing that would make it a problem is if we are deep into a relationship and soon to be married. I would want to know what kind of debt I'd be agreeing to take on.
Or if the lying via omissions became a regular thing that would make it a problem as well