Sprinkle in a few minions who RT everything you say and that’s all it is, it’s a far cry from a discussion. On almost every level I cannot understand why we’re having this conversation. I’ll start by saying that I take pride in being a great dater.It’s something that requires effort and attention to detail.

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It’s not just men who are responsible, it’s women too. There’s no crying in baseball and there’s no discounts in dating. If you’re good at dating, you’re going to spend a lot of those three things.

With that said, when my male friends reach out for advice on date suggestions or tips, I usually can tell whether I’m going to give them some advice by how they ask. If you’re worried about how much money you have to spend, you’re really cheap or plain old broke. If you want to date in a major city, be prepared to spend a pretty penny.

Sure there are plenty of free things we can enjoy together, but some things of interest do cost.

They want to date me, but it seems that their "male ego" won't let them because of financial struggles.

They say, “if you don’t got it, you don’t got it” for a reason.

When an article was published that stated the average man in DC spends 7 on a date, I thought to myself, “Sounds about right.” I did some quick math with a friend of mine.I am a Christian single in her 30s, and I court from time to time.I find that some men who are interested in me have past and present financial obligations.In fact, 1 Timothy 5:8 says that a man who doesn't provide for his family is worse than an unbeliever.Sincerely, CANDICE WATTERS If you’ve enjoyed this article, will you consider giving a tax-deductible gift to Boundless right now?So inquiring minds want to know how we should handle this situation.