Does man usually pay for his wife dishes?
Does usually man pay for his wife's dish? When they eat out? Or do they go dutch usually?
- FoofaLv 74 weeks ago
That would depend on how they've arranged their household finances. If they're very strict about keeping all the finances separate they might ask for separate checks. But most couples are able to work things out to where they can manage a meal out without having to inconvenience the wait staff. They either keep a joint credit card they each pay toward each month. Or in some cases they alternate paying for meals out.
- Ron AkiaLv 64 weeks ago
In my many years of marriage, I've always paid for the meals of both of us.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
In most cultures it is still presumed by conventions that Men should be so grateful that a Woman would even consider having anything to do with him that the least a Man can do is hold the doors open, schooch the chairs under her butt at a table & Pay out the Wazoo for everything just to keep her motivated to pretend that she's the least bit interested in him as anything but 'Just Friends'.
After all, who's kidding who,, typically Men don't ask women out because they wanna be 'just friends' & Friends don't mooch off of Friends.
- KTJoeLv 74 weeks ago
Since women are liberated, ask wife "where should we eat"; pay or dutch...LOL.
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- 4 weeks ago
I prefer taking turns with my boyfriend. We alternate.
- strangerLv 74 weeks ago
yes , but depends on the culture
- -Lv 64 weeks ago
Some couple have joint accounts and share everything, some have separate finances and pay their share of joint expenses.
- LLv 54 weeks ago
As a married couple - OF COURSE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- PatriciaLv 74 weeks ago
I think that, most of the time, the man would pick up the entire bill. Any husband who is too cheap to pay for his wife's meal is pretty useless.
- Coach SimonLv 74 weeks ago
There is no "usually". Each couple deides on their finances, hopefully depending on the amount of money each brings in, etc. If one is earning and the other is the home maker, one would think that the earner would pay.