There are many types of seekers on SA, some looking for more conventional relationships than others. Yet no matter what type of experience one is looking for in the Sugarbowl, all is welcome as long as it’s, that’s right, mutually beneficial.
One male member of SA recently revealed that he doesn’t meet any of the women from the site, yet has enjoyed being a ‘Fairy Godfather’ to several sugar babies who can use his support. He says that for him, if circumstances were different, and he wasn’t married and was younger, he would definitely be enjoying IRL meets with the ladies he’s been ‘flirting with’ here.
“If I were only *twenty* years younger. And single, of course. But I did get to handle some pretty dire financial emergencies, which gives me a sense of being a useful member of society. I keep telling myself that some day I will use these stories as plot premises for episodes of my upcoming, sure-to-be-a-hit TV series.”
This particular SD member says that he personally hates the term ‘sugar daddy’…
“The words “sponsor” or “patron” come to mind for my role (though more than one of the young women have told me, “You’re Batman!”). In the most extreme cases, where I have altered the girl’s *destiny*, “Fairy Godfather” fits (and, therefore, “Fairy Goddaughter”). In April I will be giving the third such young woman in my life away at her wedding. (The good news is that it’s a high honor. The bad news is that it means that she is all alone in the world–no male relatives at all.)”
‘Mentor Daddies’ – Known for providing support in professional and other aspects of a sugar baby’s life beyond the dates, or financial aspects alone, these SD’s get a kick out of seeing their SB’s through to their individual pursuit of personal goals.
Here are some sugar titles that have been found floating around in the Sugarbowl lately:
Here are some known sugar-couple euphemisms:
“New SB here with a silly question: Do you do the wallet-reach when the bill comes on a first sugar date?
In real life dating, I always reach for my wallet and offer to pay when the bill comes. In sugar dating, however, the financial expectations of my date are pretty clear. We both know he’s going to pay, so is the wallet-reach a silly gesture?
Thank you for your help!” – BallerinaSB
Do you use any euphemisms when discussing sugar arrangements?
How do you like approaching the topic of expectations with a sugar daddy or sugar baby? Before, during, or after the first in-real-life meet?
What type of writing style do you use in messages to potential sugars? Do you follow the rules of Direct Marketing as described here by ‘HenriLouise’, in which every sentence is no longer than 7 words, and every word no longer than 7 letters?
What kind of unique techniques have you used in your sugar journey to ensure success?
How’s your sugarlife been going lately?