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By Jesse Bouche You've been dating for 6 months now and things are great – you're hanging out regularly, your friends like her, her friends like you and, well, things are good. You haven't saved a penny in the last four months and you're watching your credit card balance climb onward and upward like a balloon on parade day. Don't have unlimited texting and thousands of included daytime minutes? Either you go out and don't drink or you start inviting your friends over for drinks and dinner.
Don't even get me started on full-blown dinners, the movies, big nights out or the tiny little extras like stopping on the way home for a fancy hot chocolate. But, and this is a big one, that doesn't mean you can get away with never going out, getting presents, planning trips or talking on the phone.
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Whatever is left over is how much you can actually afford to spend every month on night's out and frivolous purchases.
Let's throw in an extra a month for congratulatory flowers or you-had-a-bad-day cupcakes and you're looking at an extra 0 (and still looking cheap). I haven't even started on lift tickets, winery tours, or that helicopter ride over the Grand Canyon she's always dreamed about. If your budget can't handle going out two or three nights a week, tell her. Nine times out of ten, she's going to respect your willpower and how responsible you are with money. Now, factor in your bills and regular expenses (rent, cable, car insurance, etc) along with any debt repayment you're currently tackling.
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Walsh's comment came in response to O'Reilly's April 1 statement on sexual harassment allegations, in which he said he is "vulnerable to lawsuits from individuals who want me to pay them to avoid negative publicity." Walsh, however, said she is not suing him. If you are looking for a date, do like everyone else and go on Tinder." The New York Times reported Saturday that five women over a period of more than a decade received payouts from either O'Reilly, Fox News or parent company 21st Century Fox "in exchange for agreeing to not pursue litigation or speak about their accusations against him.
"I just want a nontoxic work environment for my daughters and their generation," she said. The agreements totaled about million." Related: Fox braces for fallout from Bill O'Reilly scandal Two of the five settlements were previously known, and involved sexual harassment allegations -- including a complaint from a producer that was settled for about million according to the Times.
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The others were first revealed by The Times on Saturday, and include two sexual harassment claims and one related to verbal abuse.