When the bill came, and Aaron noticed that her portion of food was listed separately, he started making rude comments.
He was annoyed by the bill and told her to stop being a “cheapskate” and split the large bill with the rest of the group.
She tried to explain the situation to him, but he got even angrier and raised his voice. He called her tight-fisted and selfish.
“I got flustered, paid my bill, and left,” she recalled.
Should she start evenly splitting dinner costs with her friends, or does it make sense for her to pay a separate check?
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