T-Pain comes to mind right now. Ladies, if a man was to "Buy You A Drank" while you're out, what would that entitle him to? Is he entitled to anything? Do you expect the man you converse with to automatically buy you a drink or do you ask him for one?Why should he buy you a drink?
I wouldn't mind a guy to treat me to something, but it isn't required. Nor is he entitled to anything in return for a gesture that he took upon himself to offer. If anything, since i'm one that believes in curteous manners, the decency of a "thank you" and a polite/gracious response seems quite suitable. However, If you're giving to get something, then the giving isn't truly sincere anyway.
I don't expect a single thing out of a man that it is not significant in my life in one way or another. If I just met him and he he hasn't even gotten to the "associate" status just yet, the only thing i'd "expect" is respect...and these days, even that is hard to come by (especially at any place where liquior is readily available).
1. I'd never ask a man for a drink...who does that?
2. A man is entitled to nothing besides conversation. I've never had a man buy me anything and insinuate that I needed to give him some. How ridiculous. I also don't expect him to monopolize all my time. Hello...the club is for mingling and socializin. I dont go to find a husband--and I don't stay rooted in one spot.
3. I don't expect a drink...but I have grown 'accustomed' to it. I've never had a man get in my space and not offer me a drink.
I don't normally accept drinks from guys that I do not know. I feel that they think that since you accepted their offer, you have to do something for in return. I rather not even bother. Do you really think I'm going to give it up to your for a 15 dollar shot? Gosh...prostitutes cost more