Girls, why should a guy pay on the first date if you won't give any moral obligation either?

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If a guy pays lets say $100 on 3 dates, each being $100 for $300 in total and after the 3rd date your like, "I'm talking to someone better right now forget this guy". I'm giving an example, it doesn't have to be $300 but usually 3 dates will be at least $200 (for an activities, dinner or lunch, gas fair, etc). I am not trying to be cheat by counting every dollar. But if a random dude came up to you and asked you for $100 even if he was homeless, most likely you would say "no". Why is that? Because you say, "I don't want to waste my money on someone I don't know". Therefore if you are dating a guy and could turn around and say, "I'm not going to give this guy a chance because he's someone I don't know or don't care about", why should a guy pay for dinner? Please don't talk about chivalry women, if y'all flaunt your tits or ass on IG to gain more attention don't expect guys to reciprocate with acts of chivalry towards you either.

Let's just keep it real now, stop beating around the bush. If you want a guy who has tattoos, parties and drinks and you have that life style then don't drag a proper nice guy down and ghosting him afterwards because that's what children do. Also, if that's the type of guys you want to date then understand all those guys will look at you as is nothing more then a "fuck thing" and suffer from depression or outbursts of anger or such petty issues. I have seen it happen to many couples so don't deny these facts. The best relationships are the one's where people want to be modest, private, honest and respectful by showing humbleness and appreciation. If everything I said is wrong, umm... What is right then?
Girls, why should a guy pay on the first date if you won't give any moral obligation either?
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