Men dont call dating
In those instances where two people know each other the guys are requesting to “meet” the woman at a location to “hang out” as opposed to actually picking her up to take her out.
It’s Tuesday night and Sam rings Stephanie to catch up with her.
After exchanging pleasantries for a moment, he gets to the point of his call: “There’s a new movie coming out this weekend. ” By Friday, Steven is checking in to confirm things and then… Now when a guy does actually ask a girl out, there’s barely enough time for her to do the necessary date-prep work.
There are few things more frustrating than when you finally decide to go out with a guy for dinner and he leaves all of the decisions of where to eat up to you.
I’m sure there are many places to point the finger but women have been tricked into thinking that they are supposed to be working at the pleasure of men in the virtual world and in real life.
I know I share the sentiments of many women, especially those women who have had the fortunate experience, like myself, of being treated well by men.
I don’t know when this stopped but I know it was a long time ago. Something happened with the media advancement of today’s age and the need to impress women.
Way back when, a guy would arrive to pick up his date holding something as simple as a single flower, teddy bear, or a book that she said she wanted to read. Men now seem to be under the assumption that women are supposed to impress them.
Not only is he showing his lack of real interest in showing you a good time, he’s running the risk of you going over his budget for the evening.
Besides, women love it when a man takes charge but at the same time is open to her opinion.
I haven’t done a lot of dating recently but I have done my fair share over the years.
So, at the risk of sounding frustrated by today’s dating scene, I am going to go there.