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'Then there is time to think about it and that is just not good for anybody, so it is just like pick it up, get the card out, [and] put it down.' 'Okay, that makes sense,' she says. Different opinions: Mahmoud from Eygpt (center) insists that the man should pay, while Amanda and Annelie from Sweden say they prefer to pay because they don't want to feel like they 'owe' their dates something First dates: Yara from Jordan says guys usually pay because there is 'more focus on gender norms' in her country.The wedding has to be the biggest and the best of all time, and she’ll happily go into debt to tell the world, “I’ve got the right man” Americans in general have the bloody cheek to create a wedding list of overpriced household appliances and other goodies, even being kind enough to list the shops where you can buy the items.Depending on which item on the list you choose will determine if you get ringside seats at the reception, or end up being seated close to the toilet on a table with their great uncle who emigrated to the USA from Germany in July 1945.And while many of the participants were insistent on sticking to traditional gender norms, some men and women were adamant about splitting the tab - or even leaving it for their female companion to pay.50/50: In the video, which sees men and women from different cultures paired up on first dates to see who would pick up the tab, Eric from Germany admits that he doesn't like to pay for first dates at all Meanwhile, Eric from Germany tells his Venezuelan date Mariana that he forgot his card and offers her a phone card instead.

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