Dinner dating site
I haven't seen ANY prices listed ANYWHERE on any sites for how much the program is.I understand some of the categories or criteria may be different, (ie gender, if you have kids, income, age, do you WANT someone with kids, etc) so everyone has a different set of circumstances, but still.It's Just Lunch was founded in 1991 and has been helping professional singles around the world find meaningful relationships ever since. That IS a bit rare.- I really think they DID match me up with what I was looking for in someone.With over 150 It's Just Lunch locations worldwide, there is sure to be one near you. Will admit- think the qualities a woman would be looking for in a man would be similar to (close to, but not always the same as) the qualities a man is looking for in a woman, so admittedly my case is probably different.*e.g.- Not too long ago I gave some different feedback in what I was looking for in someone.It’s a lot easier to conclude that the woman was only out to score a free meal, than to admit to themselves that she just wasn’t that interested in him. Why should your date have to pay for the date which YOU requested? I’ve never asked men out on dates, so I have never paid for dates.)I am not a gold digger but I would never go out on another date with a man who requests to go Dutch. I personally find it a huge turn off when a man is calculative and stingy.Also, I noticed there are lots of men out there who somehow think it’s a good idea to ask to split the bill & “go Dutch” on dates. I’m extremely generous (especially with people I care about) and easy going so it would never work out.Kinda missed the personal face-to-face feeling of knowing I was talking with someone locally (ie someone who knows the local area, can say it's raining here and it's raining there too haha).Longer version (spoilers) - Some of those field offices tried roping me into 'high pressure sales tactics' with higher-paid offers over the phone, saying "I need this right now." - I accepted the first offer, and I'm still glad I did.
I just read some answers by some men suggesting to ONLY ask a girl out for coffee, to avoid “gold diggers” trying to score “free meals”. Stop thinking that women would go out with men just to score “free food”. It’s a toxic myth spread by “Nice Guys” who are pissed because they didn’t get laid after buying their date dinner.
Bottom line: If you’re so fearful of being taken advantaged of, then don’t date.
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- A year later, I had someone try to get me to agree to a higher offer, and I had only 30 mins to agree to it.
(Debbie has since told me she does not use high pressure sales tactics, and I believe her.