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My dating life followed a very specific pattern in my early 20s. I’d meet a guy, we’d go out, have a good time, go out a second time, a third, and then.

I m a guy from the old-school camp where the man should pay for dates, open doors, etc. However, I m also not against my girlfriend paying for a meal now and then if she wants to. but that s a GIRLFRIEND, not a casual date. However, if you asked HIM out and you re comfortable paying, insist on it. Just keep in mind that it s always awkward for a guy to be seen letting the woman pay. As a server, I usually hand the bill directly to the man (and that s bitten me in the *** now and then).

Not if both of you are serious. Red flag, red flag.

It s not odd that by your 30s people want to know where you are in life, if you are self sufficient, and where you are going. There are no rules for do what feels right for you. If you want to wait for sex, you wait. If you want to have sex right away or just seek out casual sex, then do that.same as at any other (legal) age. Couples wait as long as they desire. I m not aware that age has anything to do with whether or not they want sex early in the relationship or not. My preference for that hasn t change from my early dating years and I m 44 now. I do it when it feels right to be whether it s soon or after a bit of time. I m on no schedule. It s up to me and what I want (and of course if that is mutually satisfactory to whomever I m seeing) ☺♥☻

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