Men are simple creatures who are ruled by desires and physical attraction. At least that’s what we think. Surely, it takes more work to turn men off than it does to lead bees to honey. Alas, in a modern world that has become riddled with blurred lines between gender roles, it doesn’t.
Seduction is slowly becoming a lost art among women. More girls are relying on the wiles of their womanly figures, rather than legitimate sensuality. To better understand how to turn men on, let’s explore what turns them off first.
“You should anticipate what my needs are before I even ask for them. I have a busy schedule, so I want a Sugar Daddy that can work with the demands of my calendar. Remember, I can date men my own age who would be willing to wine and dine me. You should be able to give me something they can’t. I want to be treated like a princess.”
You’re spoiled—and not in a good way. Most men won’t to finish reading your profile because they can anticipate how one-sided the relationship would be. The key phrase is mutually beneficial, and men need to see the perks of courting you.
“I’m really down to Earth. Tennis shoes are my footwear of choice, so please don’t ask me to wear heels. I’m the kind of girl that likes to watch football, has dirt under her nails, curses like a sailor, and will fart in front of you, all at once.”
Being down to Earth is a huge plus, but that definition is ten degrees of wrong. It was cool to act like “one of the guys” in middle school, but you’re an adult now. Poor hygiene and an inability to control bodily gasses sure as hell won’t get you an allowance.
“Mika doesn’t get out of bed for anything less than 4k. A girl with my beauty only deserves to fly first class. I’m a model with a huge ego, and rightfully so.”
Did you just refer to yourself in the third person? You’re like The Situation with boobs. I struggle to do the math on what a girl needs to transform from that requires a $4,000 wake up call.
“Live life to the fullest. I’m unique in that I’m totally drama free and easy going. Love to have fun and go dancing. I like EDM music and hanging out at the beach.”
Thankfully, #YOLO is dying out. There’s nothing more unappealing than a girl who lacks character or actual interests.
I like to give credit where it’s due, so special thanks to Josh from the blog. His posting of one girl’s misguided understanding of what “mutually beneficial” means served as inspiration for this blog.
Men: What are other major turn offs?
Ladies: Have you seen fellow Sugar Babies make these mistakes? Any advice for them?