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Anonymous 07/11/2018 (Wed) 17:49:47 No. 4780
So if I'm within a feeding community and I'm pursuing a feedee romantically, is it acceptable to donate, tribute, or in other words buy her food as an ice breaker if she so asks for it? Please note in this scenario, the feedee is indeed looking for romantic relations, and not just has a service set up for business-only.
On one hand, I can totally understand someone wanting that kind of relationship wants an impression of what's to come, and in a sense it's nearly no different from a first date in regarding the ability to pay for/take someone out. On the other hand, I think it seems a bit off to have to pay someone, essentially just giving money, to become a suitor. Sounds like an extension of what gold digger would be. I want to become intimate and personal with someone, but if it feels more like a business transaction than a romantic gesture, I don't know how comfortable I am about that.
I know there are numerous types of people from this community on this site, so I want to get as many thoughts on the matter as I can.
Maybe try to engage with her on other topics first, before jumping straight into sending her food?

Honestly, that will tell you if she's genuinely interested in you or not, and it seems like you haven't yet tried based on the comment

>> "I think it seems a bit off to have to pay someone, essentially just giving money, to become a suitor. Sounds like an extension of what gold digger would be."


No shit. Get to know her, understand her as a person beyond the fetish (gasp) and if you hit it off, the feeding aspect and buying food will both come off better and flow naturally from there.
>>4781
This, basically. If she's the kind of woman that wants to be sent food before conversation starts, she's a gold digger at best, and a scam artist at worst.

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