He Said, She Said: Why Don't Guys Buy Girls Drinks at the Bar Anymore?

In the first episode of our new video series, "He Said, She Said," Faye and Justin tackle the topic: how come guys don't offer to buy a girl a drink anymore?

He Said, She Said: Why Don’t Guys Buy Girls Drinks at the Bar Anymore?

In the first episode of our new video series, “He Said, She Said,” Faye and Justin tackle the topic: how come guys don’t offer to buy a girl a drink anymore?

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Do guys buy girls drinks anymore? It’s the battle of the sexes when it comes to this question in our brand new video series, “He Said, She Said”! BettyConfidential’s Faye Brennan and Justin DeMarco spar it out when it comes to men and women’s bar behavior. Faye thinks guys have lost their chivalry and they just don’t buy girls drinks, but Justin insists that buying booze for women is a bad investment! Whose team are you on? Watch the video to see what the final consensus is!

Tell us: What do you think about this lost tradition of dating? Should it come back, or are you glad it’s a thing of the past?

Videography by Randy Astle.

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0 thoughts on “He Said, She Said: Why Don't Guys Buy Girls Drinks at the Bar Anymore?

  1. sakae says:

    Girls just use guys for the free drinks! My girlfriend does it all the time ha

  2. bobbimariah says:

    yes! mine too!

  3. uptowngirl says:

    Cute video! I agree with Faye – guys seem to have stopped buying us drinks, and I wished they’d reinstate that tradition!

  4. Fashionista says:

    The girls who use guys for free drinks are ruining it for the rest of us!

  5. e92nv says:

    I don’t think guys are afraid of buying drinks for girls. I think a lot of the girls out there would just take the drink, talk for a few minutes and leave. Guys caught onto that and that’s where it stopped. Plenty of times Iv bought a drink for someone and that happened. It happened this week in Vegas when I went to breakfast with a girl I met at the craps table. After breakfast she told me she had a boyfriend… maybe it’s just me but, that’s my 2 cents.

  6. lesliesm22 says:

    If she says it’s all about the effort, why doesn’t SHE buy a guy a drink? What’s the matter..her wallet don’t work? I have bought the first drink for my last 2 meaningful relationships. I’ve been doing it for 15 years. Just a side note..Don’t buy them a SEX ON THE BEACH…it makes them feel like you are a sure thing. Keep it simple. Beer always works and it’s not going to break you.

  7. Marisa5454 says:

    I can see both sides of the coin…great video! Keep more of these coming!!!

  8. petedah3at says:

    buying drinks at a bar in general is a stupid idea. What ever happened to meeting women at the library?

  9. BoHop3 says:

    So many things have changed since I was much younger, including the economy. In my day buying a girl a drink was a friendly, courteous gesture. In my day men made much more money than the women. As I understand it, there is still quite a gap between gender pay. I have not read that the rules of etiquette have changed either. So, I say let the men buy. If they no longer wish to, then they should either walk on by or help women in their fight for equal pay for equal work.

  10. bsassy says:

    Buy your own drinks ladies so you never feel like you owe the creepy guy a convo or your time! But… if he asks you on a date… HE better pay. Totally classless and douchy if you ask me… just sayin’

  11. beach princess says:

    I’m with Faye all the way! There are girls that will use a guy for a drink, and that’s a risk the guy is either willing to take or not. But I’d want to be with a guy who is willing to take that risk. It’s called chivalry and it may be dying at rapid speed but it’s also what really makes a guy stand out. If a guy can’t do that where’s it going to go from there. Down, down down… Not a gold digger but must be treated like a lady and respected to get my attention.

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