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I haven’t even tried to get into the ‘spending lots of money on me is a waste, and I would prefer it if you got small but functional things for me (like a set of Mason jars for canning) and put the rest into savings’, or how I dream of my engagement ring being cubic zirconia (mostly so he doesn't have to spend a ton of money, but also in case it got lost, it wouldn’t be the end of the world) because it is just a symbol, and I’ve never been too big on diamonds and the like (the only exception is some awesome sapphire earrings my grandfather got me. )Sigh…graduating to dating is going to be such a hassle.
What to say: "That's so generous of you -- can I at least leave the tip?
The basis of their argument is that there are just too few subscribers on fee-for-service dating sites to make it worth the lonely single's while.
I won’t argue their point on that—after all they have a flow chart, and at one point I am pretty sure they used calculus to figure out the number of subscribers (which even I think is a bit audacious).
At this point in the simulation the participant is informed that a friend would like to set them up on a blind date with a person who is absolutely perfect in terms of their criterion for a mate.
Participants then have to choose how much time they are willing to commit the inferior date from the online service and the superior match that is the blind date. It turns out that a person’s preference for the online date is correlated with how much they had invested in the service.
" What not to say: "This princess doesn't pay for food!