Lunch and dating
We’ll ask about your relationship goals, personal interests, hobbies and more.
And not to worry, we’ll make it as easy as possible.
The acronyms TANSTAAFL, TINSTAAFL, and TNSTAAFL, are also used.
Uses of the phrase dating back to the 1930s and 1940s have been found, but the phrase's first appearance is unknown.
Once we’ve selected your match, we’ll call and share with you details about who we’ve chosen.The "free lunch" refers to the once-common tradition of saloons in the United States providing a "free" lunch to patrons who had purchased at least one drink.Many foods on offer were high in salt (e.g., ham, cheese, and salted crackers), so those who ate them ended up buying a lot of beer.Ontdek onze borrels & activiteiten Lees meer over onze toewijding voor veiligheid van onze members.Overal en altijd daten biedt jou de meeste manieren om te daten.
You paid for a drink and got as much as you wanted to eat.