‘Sneating’ is a horrible new dating trend that involves people going on dates for free food

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WHEN it comes to dating, there are a whole host of toxic trends to watch out for.

We’ve already told you about ‘You-turning’, orbiting and throning, but now there’s another shocking habit out there – sneating.

 'Sneating' sees people going on dates purely to get a free dinner

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‘Sneating’ sees people going on dates purely to get a free dinner

Sneating involves going on a dinner date with someone for the sole purpose of getting a free meal.

And yes, it’s as horrible as it sounds.

Sneaters presume that their companion will foot their bill, and they have absolutely no intention of seeing them again.

We don’t know about you, but we can’t imagine they’re ordering a side salad and tap water.

 These daters aren't interested in seeing their companions again

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These daters aren’t interested in seeing their companions again

Over on Whimn, a woman named Sarah has admitted that she sneats all the time – and doesn’t feel bad about it.

In fact, she only swipes right on men she thinks will cough up for her dinner.

She says: « I started being more strategic about the guys that I matched with on Tinder.

« Guys who said they were old fashioned or knew how to treat a lady were in. They were the ones who were likely to pay on a first date.

 One woman has admitted to seeking out men she thinks will foot her dinner bill

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One woman has admitted to seeking out men she thinks will foot her dinner bill

« Guys who said they were modern or into equality were out – they were clearly Dutch daters all the way.

« I started lining up one or two dates a week.

« Whenever the bill came, I did that lame thing where I offer to pay half but then don’t argue when he says he’ll take care of it. »

We were under the impression that it was 2019, but perhaps we were mistaken.

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