Dating with no car

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Another option is to ask your date to meet you at a particular place -- and then enjoy a romantic stroll to the location of your date. If you can cook, prepare the meal and serve a romantic candlelit dinner for two.If cooking isn't your thing, takeout is another way to go.I don't own a car or even have a license, but it'd be pretty hypocritical of me not to date someone because they don't have a car. I went on to date him for another year while he didn't have a car. I mean, I don't have my own car either, but I do have pretty great access to one that I borrow.I mean it'd make things easier, sure, but come on. I wouldn't judge someone who couldn't quite afford a car yet (hey, I'm in that same boat too!If he didn't have the car I don't even know if we would have ever dated. I'm sure he was sensitive about it and it upset him, but fuck, my car died while we were dating (after his died). I wasn't thrilled about it, but I did use some of my student loans (which is legal, by the way) to immediately get another car. I'm not going to be someone's personal driver, especially when they can often get a junker for around k (I ended up with a car with 50k miles that way -- it was old, hence the price tag). Taking him to school (driving to his house, which was the direct OPPOSITE of where I needed to go, then backtracking, twice a day), dropping him off at work, dropping him off at friends' houses, etc.Cute story aside while a car isn't a deal breaker since I don't drive (my gift to the world) when I was single I would spend way more alone time with friends who drive just getting rides places. I dated a guy once whose car broke down within 2 months of the relationship. If I were still dating and a guy told me today he didn't have a car, I'd be gone. Odds are he's also going to be the type who will never pitch in for gas, even though he might be costing me - extra in it a month.She is pursuing a Bachelor of Arts in English and creative writing from Auburn University.I think that is very awkward to ask a girl out if I don't have a car (but I might be wrong), I'm currently 22 and I'm very self conscious about this, I've had 2 girlfriends in the past, they were my classmates so going out wasn't a common thing since we were always busy and saw each other every day.

I think ONE person in my college class owns a car..

If you live in a city with public transportation, or even in a place with a decent downtown area, you have no worries as you can walk to bars, restaurants, stores and movie theaters, or opt for trains and buses.

If you want to impress your date, call a cab in advance.

I have a job, but all my money goes to college and my medications (allergy shots). Not knowing how to drive one is a completely different thing.

Some girls kinda flit with me (I would say I'm average or a bit above average) but I don't even ask for their numbers because I say to myself "its pointless to try to date if I don't have a car"... EDIT: After reading all the responses I said "fuck it" and asked a girl out, turns out everything went well (it went perfect to be honest, we even kissed)... I'm not looking for meaningless one night stands, I just want to date and meet new people and eventually my future gf. Where I'm from not having a car as a college student is the most common thing.

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