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Old 11-22-2012, 07:32 PM
 
Location: Murphy, TX
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So, usually enough I actually have a chance to go out on date with this very attractive classy woman I met in uptown. I seemed to have gotten her attention when I agreed with her the Symphony Orchestra would be nice to check out.

After talking with her a bit she was interested in going on a date with me to the Symphony Orchestra and get dinner at a nice restaurant. Good seats at Orchestra will cost $100-$125 each and the nice "Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck" restaurant would be about $60 per person, so I would be paying a total of $350-$400.

This woman likes to be highly fashionable and has a fairly expensive taste. And it doesn't seem like she would be interested in going on a less expensive date with me...

Honestly, the reason I am still considering this is because she is very sexually attractive thought I bet nothing will happen until more dates with her. I am still undecided since $350/$400 is pretty high for date and I don't think I ever had to spend over $100 on a single date. Also, I am not sure if I will actually end up enjoying the date and her company.

Do you guys think it is worth to go ahead with date with her?
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:51 PM
 
Location: a primitive state
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So, usually enough I actually have a chance to go out on date with this very attractive classy woman I met in uptown. I seemed to have gotten her attention when I agreed with her the Symphony Orchestra would be nice to check out.

After talking with her a bit she was interested in going on a date with me to the Symphony Orchestra and get dinner at a nice restaurant. Good seats at Orchestra will cost $100-$125 each and the nice "Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck" restaurant would be about $60 per person, so I would be paying a total of $350-$400.

This woman likes to be highly fashionable and has a fairly expensive taste. And it doesn't seem like she would be interested in going on a less expensive date with me...

Honestly, the reason I am still considering this is because she is very sexually attractive thought I bet nothing will happen until more dates with her. I am still undecided since $350/$400 is pretty high for date and I don't think I ever had to spend over $100 on a single date. Also, I am not sure if I will actually end up enjoying the date and her company.

Do you guys think it is worth to go ahead with date with her?
Do you think you would enjoy the symphony and a nice dinner with an attractive woman if that's all you'd get out of it?

Can you comfortably afford to do this?

If you think she'll never be satisfied with less, then you might as well not start. If there's a fair chance she'll love you as you are, then why not try?

If all you want is sex with an attractive woman...how much will it cost you to get this one vs. another one?

You know you have choices that range from prostitutes to perfectly nice women who are not high maintenance.
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:53 PM
 
Location: Viña del Mar, Chile
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Rofl, you think you got a chance with this girl? She'll dump you in a heartbeat when she finds out this isn't your normal bankroll. She thinks ur rich and this will be your normal weekends out.
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:56 PM
 
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You can go to the symphony for well under $100-$125 and still have decent seats, you know. I've done (and still do) it. Why don't you look at the seating chart and pick out more affordable seats, but still do the nice dinner?
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:57 PM
 
Location: State of Transition
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So, usually enough I actually have a chance to go out on date with this very attractive classy woman I met in uptown. I seemed to have gotten her attention when I agreed with her the Symphony Orchestra would be nice to check out.

After talking with her a bit she was interested in going on a date with me to the Symphony Orchestra and get dinner at a nice restaurant. Good seats at Orchestra will cost $100-$125 each and the nice "Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck" restaurant would be about $60 per person, so I would be paying a total of $350-$400.

This woman likes to be highly fashionable and has a fairly expensive taste. And it doesn't seem like she would be interested in going on a less expensive date with me...

Honestly, the reason I am still considering this is because she is very sexually attractive thought I bet nothing will happen until more dates with her. I am still undecided since $350/$400 is pretty high for date and I don't think I ever had to spend over $100 on a single date. Also, I am not sure if I will actually end up enjoying the date and her company.

Do you guys think it is worth to go ahead with date with her?
If this is her standard for dates, figure you'll be locked into subsequent expensive dates with her, if you both get along well on this one. Maybe she wasn't hinting you should pay her way, maybe she was just saying it would be nice to attend with you. You could suggest you meet there, and tell her you'll spring for dinner for both of you. idk, it depends on what you mean by "classy". Maybe that wouldn't work. Just a thought. But if this is the kind of person you want to run with, it'll end up costing you more than just that one date, bear that in mind. You might have to pick up a 2nd job to be able to afford dating this woman.
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Old 11-22-2012, 07:57 PM
 
Location: New Zealand and Australia
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Spend the 350-400 on a hooker its a better investment than if you do your OP.
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Old 11-22-2012, 08:00 PM
 
Location: East coast-New England
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Yeah, Im a woman and I would actually feel a little uncomfortable to think a guy was shelling out that much on a first date. Sheesh see if she is just willing to go to Starbucks for a coffee, and a $25 comedy show afterwards or something
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Old 11-22-2012, 08:27 PM
 
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If you don't have that money to spend easily, no.
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Old 11-22-2012, 09:06 PM
 
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I'd do it just for the experience, if it was affordable for me. It's a first date like any other, so she's going to judge it not just on the activity, but also the company. If it goes well, then come up with a creative but less expensive second date. She may be a superficial gold digger and she may not be.
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Old 11-22-2012, 09:16 PM
 
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Even if I had the money, I wouldn't pay that kind of money for a first date. Women like that don't need anymore men feeding into their golden p***y syndrome.
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