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Mon, Dec. 4th, 2006, 04:52 pm

I'm working on a theory, this is based on data collected over many years.

Men born  and/or  bred in the Northern Suburbs of Melbourne see going out to dinner as something akin to proposing marriage. Or at least saying the L word. Even if you're only friends and you've known each other for years and there is absolutely no room for misinterpretation of what's happening, they can't do it.

Coming around for a home cooked meal, however, is different. Why?

omg. third post today. I didn't miss lj at all. no, not one single bit. Aaarrgh. shoot me now.

Mon, Dec. 4th, 2006 06:40 am (UTC)
lirion

Whereas I personally view a home cooked meal as more intimate than going out for dinner... Might jsut be me though.

Tue, Dec. 5th, 2006 01:10 am (UTC)
leadgend

Context is everything. eg "dressing up and going somewhere nice" dinner is completely different to "lets eat at the cafe around the corner 'cause I don't want to cook" dinner.