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“I feel like it sets the expectation and feels like the right thing to do,” says Spencer Spellman, 35, of Los Angeles, California.
It’s not a big deal unless they think it’s a big deal.
If they were demanding over who pays, that would be a different story.” Other women prefer to pay their own way, so they don’t feel like they’re indebted to anyone.
“Splitting the bill feels like something you do when you're out with friends for lunch.
Nonetheless, I have much respect for the ‘wallet reach.’” Some others take a more traditional approach.
“I’m a big advocate for splitting on the first date,” says Brandie Louck, 36, of Austin, Texas. If you invite me, you pay,” says Cunning Minx, 49, of Seattle, Washington.