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If a woman offers to pay, it might mean she’s not interested.
Seventy-eight percent of women said they split the check on a date because they didn’t want to feel obligated to go out again or to get physical.
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Perhaps singles like a date with a mysterious side, or perhaps it’s the sense excitement that gets the pulse racing!
Non-fiction books came next, followed by biographies – both of which clearly display an interest in singles who are intelligent, and eager to learn about the world around them. Is there a page-turner in circulation that stands out from the crowd, and will help its readers find love? Following a successive survey, in which over 800 participants were asked the above question, a clear winner has emerged.
[NY Post warns of the perils of dating ‘hot women’] When I spoke to Dayana Yochim, a consumer finance specialist for Nerd Wallet, about this study, she noted that it was a decent chunk of money. If you only go out on one date a year and this is what you’re spending,” then that’s a problem, she said.
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