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PinkNC PinkNC 8 years
I think taking turns is a fair thing. I think it's rude to alway make someone else pay for your lunch or other things. Be nice sometimes, some one may return the favor just when you need them too.
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
My friends and me always share. One tiem I pay, next time she'll pay. My boyfriend, always pays. But that's because I make dinner at home. And instead of him cooking, he jsut takes me out because he's lazy :P
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 8 years
My friends and me always share. One tiem I pay, next time she'll pay.My boyfriend, always pays. But that's because I make dinner at home. And instead of him cooking, he jsut takes me out because he's lazy :P
Random2 Random2 8 years
My friends/ boyfriend and I take turns paying. If not, we'll at least split the cost (on a date, one gets the movie tickets, the other gets the snacks type thing).
moofive moofive 8 years
My boyfriend and I are both students and I make more money than he does. I don't mind paying for dinner more often than he does. But my friends and I always keep track in a general kinda way of who's been picking up the tap and it evens out. We've been doing that for years and it works for us.
c0rkie c0rkie 8 years
i always feel weird/bad when my friends pay for me =\
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