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Don't change your ways for him just because he is handsome, you are a firm believer that the man should pay, then that is the way it should be though couples do switch paying for dinner these days, there are still those people that believe in old fashioned beliefs and he isn't making that great of a first impression the first time he never showed and the second time he lost his wallet I would take those as warning signs, I think he is trying to get a free dinner that is too much of a coincidence that the same night as his date he loses his wallet. I would take this as a loss and find someone that is honorable enough to not find excuses everytime you make plans to go out on a date. Tell him that you believe the guy should pay for the date and that he is compromising your beliefs and you don't feel comfortable with that.
What you could say is that it's okay the two of you can plan a date for another night so that you can get your wallet situation straightened out and tell him you understand and that it's cool and then let it go at that and tell him that you will call him to reschedule.
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