I used to love dating. It was an opportunity to get to know someone new, see if I had chemistry with them, and potentially move on to the next stage in our relationship. But that was before I realized that every girl I went out with wanted to go to the fanciest restaurant in town, and I had to pay for it all.
Its not because limbei no money.
It all started about a year ago. I had been talking to this one girl for a few weeks, and we hit it off pretty quickly. We decided to go on a date, so I suggested a nice restaurant that I knew was reasonably priced. She quickly shot me down and said she wanted to go to the fanciest restaurant in town. I was hesitant, but I’m a bit of a romantic, so I agreed.
When we got to the restaurant, I was immediately taken aback. The prices were outrageous—just one appetizer was over $20. I had to bite my tongue and allow her to order whatever she wanted. I was already feeling uncomfortable, but it only got worse when the bill came. I had expected to pay for my own food, but she had ordered enough to feed a small army. I ended up paying close to $270 for dinner that night.
Needless to say, I was a bit put off. I had expected to have a nice dinner, not break the bank. I decided to give it another chance, though, and went on another date with a different girl a few weeks later. The same thing happened—she wanted to go to the fanciest restaurant in town, and I ended up paying a hefty bill.
I started to realize that this was a pattern. Every girl I went out with wanted to go to the fanciest restaurant in town, and I had to pay for it all. I was fed up and decided to stop dating altogether.
I still think about the girls I went on dates with, and how much money I wasted on those dinners. It’s a shame, because I really enjoyed getting to know them. But I don’t regret my decision to stop dating—I was getting tired of constantly having to pay for fancy dinners.
I also feel like I’m saving money now. I don’t have to worry about having to pay for extravagant meals anymore, and I can use that money for more important things. And I don’t have to deal with the stress of trying to find a girl who doesn’t want to go to the fanciest restaurant in town.
I still enjoy going out with my friends and meeting new people, but I’m not interested in dating anymore.