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|When eighty-year old Doris Drum began dating young men in the neighborhood, in 1932, a movie cost about 25 cents - and that included a candy bar and a comic book. Grandma Drum reminisces:
My brother, Leck, was given a $1.00 bill from our Dad to take a girl out on a date. Oh my …How things have changed.'
-- Doris Drum, Dateable.com Visitor from Nebraska
'I usually spend about $100.00 on a date. Can't really get around it. Soda and popcorn at a movie, alone, runs like $10.00. I guess you could save money with a picnic or something, but nobody does that stuff anymore.'
-- Andrew Kochan, 30-year-old from Los Angeles
What do you want to do? I don't know, what do you want to do? Well, let's get a bite to eat and hit a movie. Not so fast ...If you're in a major American city, you better have at least $100.00 to $125.00 in your wallet.
Guess what? New York tops the list. Dateable.com, one of the longest running Internet romance communities, just completed the initial phase of their cost of dating index designed to give rough comparative estimates of the cost of dating in the following 14 American cities: Chicago, Dallas, Honolulu, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New Jersey, New Orleans, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, and Tuscon.
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