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How someone manages their cash is often q great indicator of how they manage their life. Itghtwad are some suggestions: Being frugal, especially when times are tough, is commendable. Is this something you can live with. The biggest trap you can fall into is thinking habits go away over time, or after marriage.
Look for coupons in the newspaper that offer discounts at restaurants or keep your eyes open for free outdoor concerts in the park. If he sees nothing wrong with being a tightwad, his habits are likely to cause friction in your relationship again and again.
Please see our vating additional details. You may be doomed to a life of chintzy gifts and cheap vacations spent in second-rate hotels. If not, it may be time to jettison the cheapskate and look for someone who puts spending money in the proper perspective. Add to this that his withholding dating a tightwad may extend to other sensitive areas time or even loveand you could have a big problem.
Is a night at the theater justified on your birthday? If he grew in a household where parents saved and never wasted a thing that would be another thing to account for.
Well, this one is no rocket science. A real man looks forward to taking care of the people he cares about and is, in fact, motivated by the desire to do so. When you get closer, you should chip in every once in a while to show your appreciation. However, he should not expect you to do so. You might want to suspect something is wrong here. For your birthday, your man should jump at the chance to let you know how special you are by going out of his way to do something wonderful for you.
Presents are not about the material value, of course. However you should expect something that says, I take you seriously, I want to impress you, and I want to make you happy. If he takes a sandwich and an apple to work EVERY day to avoid spending money in the local lunch spot, takes the subway to save up the cab fare, advises you not to go that concert because it would cost you, and asks for his 10 pounds back when he buys you a pack of cigs, then yes you should be concerned.
If he puts his bottom line above all else, he will probably put it above you too. If it feels like it hurts him to let go of every pound, and that his whole world evolves around gathering money, then he is the stingy type. And being aggravated to death about every small purchase certainly does not make anyone cared for. He prepares you for the big one by bringing up the money topic.
He will find a way to comment on how certain things are too expensive. I would never go there in a million years!
If you think his cheapness is not a show stopper for you, think again in light of how you view this relationship in the future. If you want to be married to a kind and care-taking man, then this is probably not the right thing for you.
Even if he has a lot of positives and this is something you can look past and live with, you would rather be single than dating a cheap man. Cheapness is a big deal and money is the number one thing couples fight about.