So I’m chatting with this potential SB, and she discusses that she’s into just texting, etc or in person meets. I say that I’m looking to have a face to face relationship/arrangement. She then tells me that she’s willing to have a 1/1.5 hour dinner date (mind you this is the first time we will he meeting). She wants a gift, I offer a token amount since it’ll be the first meeting. She counters with slightly under a grand.
A first meet should be a meet and greet for 15 to 30 minutes. No gift expected (but one often provided with no expectation by the POT SD, usually in the small/token range to convert get transportation).
Anything substantial should be when the relationship is discussed and defined.
Your first red flag is that she mentioned being just into texting, etc.
This reply was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by SFwinefan.
Thanks. Definitely felt this was a crazy request; when she defined the dinner as 1/1.5 hours long that sent up a red flag too. The request set off hundreds of red flags, lol.
I’ve met ladies who didn’t ask for anything on a M&G (which are typically full dinners) and then some who asked for a token for the trip (typically from those in college and it’s understandable request).
This reply was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by jsidd.
Seriously,Nearly a grand just to meet?Scam or thinks very highly of herself!
I wouldn’t expect anything for a m+g,only time I imagine the need for it would be if SB had to travel a long way to meet SD but then only expenses.
I think its nice if a SD does give a gift on m+g,it shows appreciation and a generous nature but I’m talking a box of chocolates or a small amount gift card,not a pandora bracelet or loads of cash and I don’t expect it-afterall if theres no spark you won’t meet again anyway so would be unfair to SD’s.