SEX FORUM You want sex with me? Then show me a good time first!
SINGLE fellas reckon that they are wasting HUNDREDS of pounds on dates that don’t have a HAPPY ENDING.
A whopping two-thirds of bachelors admitted to striking out at least four times without managing to seal the deal with their female companions.
And the majority of singletons calculated they had splashed out as much as £280 on ‘unsuccessful dates’, spending on average £70 each time.
The research revealed that 44 per cent of people think they have spent too much cash on dates that haven’t worked out, with a further 45 per cent seeing the money as ‘wasted’.
The survey was carried out by TopCashback.co.uk and quizzed 1,000 single people on their first date success rates.
It also revealed that more than half of those looking for love admitted they would end a date early if it didn’t look promising.
Women came out on top as the most likely to cut a date short in a bid to save money, with 62 per cent compared to just over half of guys.
Shockingly, more than half of singletons confessed that they would ask their potential lover to split the bill and a tightfisted 35 per cent of daters have used discount codes or vouchers to keep costs down.
One in 10 even confessed to asking for their cash back at the end of an unsuccessful rendezvous.
But topless Sport stunna Carly Stacey said it’s no wonder these fellas are being unsuccessful if they aren’t willing to show a girl a good time and flash some cash.
The 22-year-old, from Solihull, said: “When a guy asks me out, I fully expect to be wined and dined and treated like a princess.
“Whether it’s leading somewhere or not, call me old fashioned but I think a man should be willing to spend a bit of cash on the first date.
“If a date wasn’t going well then I’d definitely get out of there but it’s a step too far for a guy to ask a girl for their money back. I can’t believe people would do that!”
“I’m not against having sex on a first date. If I like the bloke then its game on.
“But men shouldn’t just expect a girl to drop her knickers just because they have picked up the bill.”
The survey also found that the cost is just too much for some people, with a fifth claiming that splashing out on failed dates has put them off dating in the future.