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Post Info TOPIC: How to Date When You’re Poor: A Woman’s Guide for Men

RE: How to Date When You’re Poor: A Woman’s Guide for Men

To be poor is a very wide notion. You have to know the reason for being poor. It is one thing if a person is in temporary circumstances and cannot work. But it is a different story when somebody is lazy or just does not care about his future. You can meet such scammers on dating sites And it is important to know how to recognize such people.



Despite what Marilyn Monroe said, diamonds are not a girl’s best friend (it’s actually wine). WHEW! You can RELAX! In fact, gentlemen, listen up. I’m about to drop some serious knowledge on you. In order to win our hearts, you do NOT need to be a Rockefeller (which is great news since you definitely are not). You really don’t have to be spending much cash at all. Women aren’t that complicated (except for in the bedroom, where we are freaking enigmas and kudos to the ones who have figured us out).

With dating, it just boils down to a few things: listening, thought, and effort (and wine), none of which have to have major dollar signs attached to them. So if you’re like the rest of us, living paycheck to paycheck and thriving on leftovers, here’s a go-to guide on how you can date on the cheap and still get the girl.

Stay in

Contrary to popular belief, “going out” doesn’t have to actually mean out of the house. In fact, staying in is one of the best ways to date, so long as it involves more than Domino’s and Die Hard (unless she’s into that). There are great ways to make a night in just as romantic as a night out, and for a fraction of the cost. Offering to cook for her -- or cooking together -- is simple, easy, and shows a lot of effort. If neither of you has any ability in the kitchen, takeout is perfectly fine. You can class it up with cocktails or a nice bottle of wine. Light a few candles and you’re done.


Never underestimate a dive bar

$13 cocktails are fine and good, especially in dimly lit bars with suspendered bartenders that use ingredients like “elderflower.” We all love the charming “small batch” lifestyle as much as the next hipster, but don’t underestimate the power of $2 PBRs and cheap bar games like darts or pinball. If I’m in jeans, chances are I’m instantly comfortable. You will be, too.

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Food trucks are your friends

Since we live in an age where somehow everything seems to taste better from a truck, this has become an awesome date idea. If your city has a spot where food trucks assemble, go there. (Food stalls also count.) Each of you can hit a couple of trucks and then eat off each other’s plates. Soooooo cute.

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But if you NEED to dress up...

If they’re actually legal where you are, find a quaint restaurant (or “bistro” if you want to be fancy about it) that is BYOB. The majority of restaurant bills get jacked up solely because you and your date wanted more than just one disappointedly poured $11 glass of wine. Fortunately, there are many restaurants that offer the ambiance and excellent food without the looming threat of an additional $50 for a gentle buzz.


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