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Has online dating changed who pays on the first date?

Has online dating changed who pays on the first date?

The Think Tank humorously discussed cyber dating etiquette on "Glenn," and how it's bringing new questions regarding the traditional roles of men vs. women on dates.

Nick Pitts of Denison Forum reported that of 1 billion "swipes" -- viewings of a dating app profile -- on a typical Tinder day, only 12 million people are connecting. Because people only see the "accepted" swipes and none of the rejections, there is a sense of bravado that people did not used to feel in the days when we were all rejected to our faces.

TheBlaze's Sara Gonzales suggested that whomever asks for the date should probably pay, but all of the gentlemen objected, stating the man should pay at all times.

To see more from Glenn, visit his channel on TheBlaze and watch full episodes of “Glenn” live weekdays 5–6 p.m. ET or anytime on-demand at TheBlaze TV.

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