Dating a cheapskate
You can always do the "wallet grab" when the check comes, but most non-dollar-counting dates will refuse your offer to "go Dutch."4. But on a first date, it's important to give a good first impression. Unless he's sober (in which case, he's thankfully staying on the wagon), this one can be a cheapskate tip-off since alcohol bills add up.
You start wondering how you end up with this cheapskate of a boyfriend, who is always looking for ways to save a few bucks or pennies, no matter how hard it is.He won’t pay for parking, so you walk half a mile to the restaurant.She claims she’s just old-fashioned, but she never picks up the check and your relationship is starting to feel like an “arrangement.” How did you get mixed up with this cheapskate, this person who is always out to save a few bucks, no matter how inconvenient or annoying the consequences? And there will be no room for your stuff in your overcrowded garage.2. You will end up with lots of junk Being responsible with money is important, but a cheapskate will always make choices based on the cost of something, not its ultimate value. Your anxiety will skyrocket every time you need to get to work on time in that car.
Meanwhile, if your girlfriend/boyfriend has the money, but won’t spend it, it shows that they’re stingy.