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An Attractive Date Could Mean a Hole in Your Pocket

by Savitha C Muppala on March 23, 2011 at 6:23 PM
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 An Attractive Date Could Mean a Hole in Your Pocket

Those who think they are more attractive are also a bit reluctant in offering to pay while on a date, a recent insight has revealed.

According to the study carried out by researchers from The University of St Andrews, good looking women most often allow their male date to pay.

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The rationale behind this behavior according to Psychologist Dr Michael Stirrat, is: "attractive people would show less willingness to pay because people that are more attractive bring more to the table - literally - in the dating market."

"We thought that women would prefer the more attractive males to pay for the meal, hoping that this may indicate that he was interested in taking the relationship to a second date, and that men would also prefer to signal their interest in this way", he added



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