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Going Out With Friends: Who Pays?

Going out with friends is always a fraught situation. When you sit down to a meal in a restaurant, trying to figure out who pays can be difficult. Do you each pay for your own meal? Split the bill evenly? Or is someone responsible for paying the whole thing? In the end, the most important […]
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