She is simply a good person who understands shared financial burden and responsibility.
By contrast, the least generous woman I was involved with had the most money. Money, like sex and politics, is a sensitive topic in relationships.
But even with all the momentum towards equality, that kinesiology of getting the hand into the purse to reach for the credit card, particularly on a first or second date, continues to be elusive, apparently.
He had taken her to a decent restaurant and they'd had a three-course meal and a bottle of champagne too.
They were staring into each other’s eyes and eventually the waiting staff brought the bill over to them.
Rebecca’s date looked at the slip and then he leaned in close and whispered softly: “Do you want to pay your half by cash or card?
” A beautiful friendship started and ended that night because like myself, Rebecca is a woman that expects that if a man asks you out then he should foot the bill. A recent study involving 17,000 men and women in the US discovered that 84 per cent of men and 58 per cent of women said that men still usually paid when the bill came, even after they had been together for some time.