One can host an affair at home with food, music and dancing, or one can HAVE an affair (with food, yes) but usually with another person (save a lonely night with Ben & Jerry’s) 😉
Ya see what I mean? Now the meeting place for those having affairs will be throwing one of its own – the Sugar Daddy Party. Hoot! 😀
This will be no average party, folks… Tickets go on sale soon, and Sugar Babies who want to attend can allow Sugar Daddies to sponsor them. More details to come…
Here are some areas of Sugar Daddy Dating Bible writing opportunity; uncharted territory into the growing subculture of sugar daddy dating. You guys, I think this is really representing a change in the way people view arranged relationships, and thus all of you are seriously on the cutting edge of defining WHAT THIS MEANS. I have a feeling your words will be read for many, many years to come…
Truely Divine Asks: “Should a SD still give a SB an allowance even when they are not able to meet”
At first, I didn’t know exactly what you meant by this, but now I think I do. So you’re asking if sugar daddies should still pay part or all of an agreed upon allowance, regardless of having met or not? H’mmm, this definitely has a lot of grey area… it would have to be taken on a case by case basis, would it not? I mean, if you flew across the world to meet a Sugar Daddy, and plans fell through at the last minute, I do believe he should finance your trip back home; and, if he’s a real gentlemen, he’d throw in at least some part of any agreed upon allowance. Do any Sugar Daddies have any thoughts about paying for an arrangement that never reached fruition?
We’ve talked about married sugar daddy relationships before, but what do sugar babies think about the concept of “stealing” a man from his wife? Did you know there are some states that will allow a lawsuit against a woman involved in an affair with a husband? How would any Sugar Baby feel about receiving a complaint asking for $500,000 in damages for loss of intamicy with a husband?