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It all comes down to whether you’re a great date, or a crappy date. Take our quiz to find out whether or not little things like paying the bill can determine your chances of getting asked out again. Do you ever wonder why you didn’t get asked out on a second date that you thought went well?

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"I had thought about it, but I never bothered to add it up."New York is an expensive city with an active dating scene, so it makes sense that its residents are doling out tons of cash to find love or a brief stint of companionship.

However, few calculate the true cost of dating or ponder whether they are getting what they want for the money they spend, according to dating experts."Often these guys are shocked when they realize how much they spend on dating and, since they're all single, how poor their return on investment actually is," said Chris Luna, a New York City-dating coach."If someone is making $100,000 a year and they are spending 10 percent on dating, that's insane."In his dating seminars, Luna has his participants, who are mostly male, face what they spend.

On September 25, 1789, Congress transmitted to the state Legislatures twelve proposed amendments to the Constitution. The second Article, limiting the ability of Congress to increase the salaries of its members, was ratified two centuries later as the 27th Amendment.

Numbers three through twelve were adopted by the states to become the United States (U. Though they are incorporated into the document known as the "Bill of Rights", neither article establishes a right as that term is used today.

"It doesn't make sense."And this isn't just a story about men, money and dating. Polly Mosendz, 23, a reporter who lives in Greenwich Village, recently embarked on a dating campaign of sorts with a group of friends who made a pact to start dating frequently.

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