The question of who should pay for the bill on a first date never has a straightforward answer.
Some people prefer "going Dutch" (sharing the bill), while some believe it should depend on who asked for a date.
Azania Mosaka tells her story and asks her listeners to share their experiences.
I have no issue with going Dutch... What century are we in now, that guys need to pay for meals? Guys should go Dutch all the way, there is no shame in that.— caller
Dutch is a test on female's side as well. They don't really wanna take it, and if she does, it doesn't take long.— caller
These guys have lost the plot. I have been married for 35 years, but there is no way other than the old fashioned way. Spoil her, and you will get the best out of your woman.— caller
Listen to other callers' opinions below...
The conversation was also on Twitter...
@Azania_ 50/50 is a must for couples living 2gether. Y'all shud know joint and seperate expenses. If u cheating u must pay the full sin tax— Ditedu (@KC_MoNice) April 20, 2017
@Azania_ I don't have a problem paying for the bill. But now that women these days are "equal" to men independent women power why not 50/50?— ThembaRtiztikNdlovu (@Themba_Ndlovu_) April 20, 2017
@Azania_ you invite me and as a guy, you want me to pay. If you wanted a free meal, just be honest about it— Kuda (@justkuda) April 20, 2017
This article first appeared on 702 : 'Going Dutch' on a first date (chivalry may be dead)