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četrtek, 16 septembra, 2021

Model says she won’t date ‘stingy men’ who want to split the bill on dates

Peta says people often call her a gold digger or a princess but she insists it’s ‘not about the money’

The end of a first date can be an awkward affair when the bill lands on the table.

You both attempt to work out how it will be paid using eye contact only to avoid having the conversation and bringing an awkward end to the night.

However, an author and model has made her feelings on the issue very clear by warning men that if they expect her to split the bill, they simply won’t be seeing her again.

Writing an opinion article on SHESAID , the site’s dating expert Peta Serras explains why the expectation of splitting the bill is a bad omen in a piece titled ‘I’m just going to say it – guys who split the bill on dates are d*****bags’.

 

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