But it remains a double standard, since more women, about half, believe a man should pay more if he makes more.“It’s a totally different world, and it’s an expensive world,” Lever, the sociologist, said. About half of surveyed men said the initiator should pay.She said, in astonishment: “He’s making me pay.” “Some women are really feminist in all parts of life — and then revert to the '50s kind of would-be housewife model,” Mc Guire said.But some gals really, truly want to pay, like Kristina Hoock.It can reveal something disconcerting about the cutie across the dinner table.
They fought over his domineering spending style, and, frustrated, they eventually quit shopping together.
Gals show their generosity in other ways: They’re way more likely to treat the guy they’ve been dating for a while to a home-cooked meal, 80 percent, than to a restaurant dinner, 50 percent, or a movie, also 50 percent. ’ If not to use the guy, why are some gals so reluctant to help pay the tab?
Bill behavior isn’t as simple as dollars and cents.
Most first dates come straight out of the pages of a 1920s romance novel, and after a man generously treats a woman, he still expects something in return.
Namely, he expects her to return the favor of paying. ) An Elle/survey of about 74,000 online readers found that most guys want gals to help with the check after a few free meals.