The pursuit of sugar can require a keen ear for subtle hints and clues from SD’s and SB’s who may not even consciously know exactly what they’re looking for. The truth is many sugars prefer to be somewhat indirect about certain expectations; perhaps to keep things sweet, maintain their dignity, or for any number of reasons. Many sugars give careful hints about desires they’d rather not discuss out-right, and if a potential picks up on these signals, they’ve tapped into a whole new level of arrangement potential.
Sugar is only sweet when people keep their promises.
“There’s what I state in my profile – which is how much I’m willing to support a sugar baby on a month-to-month basis, and then there’s the special clues I lay down for sugar babies who are observant to notice them…” – Anonymous Sugar Daddy
This sugar daddy has a profile with very plainly written expectations and offerings. He wants to spend two evenings a night with his SB and he’s willing to provide an allowance of up to $5,000 a month. However, in his pictures, you can see that he loves to travel, and in some of his profile text, he mentions how his favorite pastime is walking along mountain paths in Colorado’s foothills.
Perhaps the biggest misunderstanding by newbie sugars is that all sugar daddies or sugar babies want is a means to an end. On the contrary, most here have said that while meeting certain typical expectations is very important, the ability to form a bond around genuine trust and care, is the secret to creating a truly mutually beneficial arrangement.
Pictures: Does your potential sugar put clues about the type of SD or SB they are in their pictures? Are they seen with other people? Cars? Pets?
Description: What does your sugar choose to focus on about themselves in their description? Remember, not all of their clues are conscious ones.
Messages: Beyond what is written, do you notice a certain style in terms of the length and color of their writing? Do you get a certain feel about the type of sugar they would love you to be?
Do you give your sugar hints or signals about the type of benefits you expect?
Have you gone the extra mile for a sugar in hopes that they would do the same for you?
Should every sugars’ expectation be verbalized or written?
Have you ever been accused of not supplying a sugar with the benefits they expected? Care to share?