Goofy wants your crotchspawn to man the fuck up
It certainly ain't Canadian. The prices are too low.This menu has been posted here before, and the same discussion on prices followed.
A you don't know if those are US dollars - maybe it's Canada or new Zealand. Or even the UK.
B I don't think those prices are unreasonable, depending on location and situation. I've seen far more expensive.
I get that we're supposed to instantly sympathize with her and think he's an entitled jerk, but that story just screams "different points of view".
Honestly, I'm glad I met my husband in college. If I had to navigate the real world to find a meaningful relationship, I'd be someone living alone in a tiny apartment with 500 dogs getting the police called on me... probably.I'm so glad I'm married and don't have to deal with that anymore.
Now my wife can buy me drinks.
I got all intrigued by this story up to this point. It should've continued with him buying you a drink, too.Lol back in college I came back from the bathroom seeing a guy buying my girlfriend a drink. I stepped away and figured one less drink I had to buy her. When he realized what happened . . .
I don't know the specifics of the situation in question, but I was immediately struck by the "some girls use dating apps for free food" stories I've read.Did she deliberately string him along for 5-6 expensive cocktails, pretending interest, just to tell him off in the end? That's taking advantage of a guy who was just performing his "accepted role". Is he being an ass over 2 dollars worth of a beer, where she immediately told him it was a no-go? I mean, yes, obviously, a guy pulling the "I paid so I deserve sex" card is dirty and bad and toxic. Full stop. On the other hand, if you're going to willfully and knowingly lead someone on for a few hundred dollars worth of drinks while never having any attraction to him, you're being an ass, too.
I've never minded buying a girl a drink, wether we had a nice evening out and it turned out it wasn't meant to be, or if she shot me down after one look - but I've never felt taken advantage of, either. "Being able to get free drinks" is a great power, "daring to tell a guy you're not interested" is the great responsibility that comes with it.