Woman uses online dating for meals

Comparing the spending habits and personality traits of over 2,100 people over the Christmas season, personality psychology researchers found significant relationships between spending amounts over ...

Specifically, they accept a free meal under the guise of romantic interest.Are foodie calls just one subtype of ways in which people use romantically interested others to get free stuff, like movie tickets, boat trips, or good seats at concerts?Do people take others out to dinner, even if they know it's a foodie call, and if so, why? Facebook image: Dmytro Zinkevych/Shutterstock I am not sure the endless research about such items offers any value to society at all except give something to do do for "Researchers" unable to identify or unable to tackle more worthwhile topics.The research discussed above relied on self-report (albeit, online and anonymous), and perhaps more people engage in this activity than the current study estimates.Other questions still remain: How often are people deceived by foodie calls?

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