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By Anonymous / Wednesday 6 November 2013 17:29 / United States - Davenport
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  How_you_doin  |  10

What?! No! do not take #54 advice! do you have any idea how creepy that sounds? besides, he sounds like an asshole, in my opinion dont even bother. if he wants to take you on a date then he should just ask you and i agree with those saying he wants you to pay your half.

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  Mackay92  |  14

Why do some women think men should pay for things... maybe he meant it as a friend to go

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  Welshite  |  39

*sigh* #18: Seats aren't magically going to be together if bought separately. If I want to go to the theatre with my friends, one person buys the tickets and is reimbursed by the others. It's really the only way to ensure we get to sit together as a group.

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

Anytime I've gone to a sporting event be it hockey or really anything else, there's always quite a few open seats. By the end of the first quarter you usually can move around to wherever you want. Maybe this hockey game is completely sold out and maybe they do make you sit in seat you were assigned. I'm just speaking from personal experience.

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  Welshite  |  39

It sort of defeats the purpose of a date if they were separated. Sure, they could meet up later during the game, of afterwards, but it doesn't seem particularly effective. McFeelli, I'm sure you, with all your sexual exploits, wouldn't be able to leave a girl alone for two seconds let alone an entire quarter.

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

Ah Welshite, that's what those dirty, dirty public restrooms are for! Haha, but what I meant was, by end of the first quarter anyone who bought a ticket is at the game. So you can move freely around knowing you aren't taking someone else's specific seat location.

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

Lol sorry, I'm not a huge hockey fan myself. I just figured it was like football and had 4 quarters haha. Well, now I know. I'll admit I was wrong, because obviously, I was wrong. Haha. Appreciate the subtly though, maybe no one else will notice!

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  iknowiwantyou  |  13

mcfeelii just shut up now

By  HowieDoIt  |  21

That's a sticky situation. I wonder if anyone has ever used that one before! Ice see I'm about to be killed, so i'll get the puck out!

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  tegraturbo2000  |  15

You guys must be canadian aye lol

By  papayeya  |  18

it seems not.. but if it is a date then he is ome cheap guy to ask a girl for adate n let her pay her bill (Ticket) -_-

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  Casp  |  4

Pretty sure #23 isn't talking about the seating arrangement when buying tickets, but more poking fun at the idea of how some people still expect men to always pay for everything when it comes to dates.

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  speckledots  |  29

While I agree that men shouldn't have to pay for everything and women should put forth some funds, I also believe that the person asking the other out, should be the person paying. Its rude to ask a person out and then tell them to pay for themselves. if she were to invite him somewhere, she should be the one to paying as well.

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  OptimusVader  |  23

I think men should pay for the first date. Then if you date steadily, or at least a few more times, the woman should chip in too. Me and my boyfriend split bills all the time, or one of us pays in full. Equal effort.

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  lerenard_fml  |  5

Everyone has a different take on this, so it is really just a matter of dating someone who agrees. Before we married, my boyfriend payed 100% on all of our dates. We are in our 20's too, not old fashioned. I would just have a hard time finding a guy attractive that straight up asked for money towards a date...but I have no objections to doing free things on a date either.

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