There are two possible senses—each person paying their own expenses, or the entire bill being split (divided evenly) between all participants.In strict usage, "Going Dutch" refers to the former, paying one's own expenses, and the latter is referred to as "splitting the bill", but in casual usage these may both be referred to as "going Dutch".NEW: Multi-Dating.● Back in the day, there was only one type of steak on every menu: beef.Now you can see as many women as you can fit into your schedule.A folk etymology is that the "Dutch" reference derives from Dutch Schultz, a New York gangster of the late 1920s to mid-1930s, who may have used dutching to profit from gambling on horseracing, though his nickname derives from Deutsch ('German'), in reference to his German-Jewish background.In the Netherlands, going Dutch is not referred to as "going Dutch".
Another possible origin is double Dutch, the jump-rope variation in which partners simultaneously participate.
This in order to minimize cost, sharing the same passion for that particular product and to have the maximum usage of this product.
One suggestion is that the phrase "going Dutch" originates from the concept of a Dutch door, with an upper and lower half that can be opened independently.
Black men (as anyone else) deserve better than that.
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