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lol
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How old are you?:confused:
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Ah, where's a Mayan apocalypse when you need one?
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It's not the money that I'm after, it's more the alpha male driven type of character that turns me on.

Soppy guys are so off putting.
I would say not all rich guys are alpha male and not all potential or current alpha male guys are dead rich. So be warned.

Honestly though, isn't it a bit sad that this kind of thing is going on in 2013? In what is supposed to be an age when girls can visualise themselves making it into good careers and being attractive and sexy not just for how they look to some rich bloke?
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Lol okay, thanks for the responses .

Why did you join this website since you have a boyfriend?
Haha no worries, me and my housemates signed up haha, I'd wanted to do it for ages.
Nooo like way way before, I joined before even 50 shades of grey I think!


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How old are you?:confused:
I'm 28
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(Original post by luuucyx)
Haha no worries, me and my housemates signed up haha, I'd wanted to do it for ages.
Nooo like way way before, I joined before even 50 shades of grey I think!


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50 shades of grey was my trigger lol
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Lol at slutting yourself out for some jewellery instead of getting uni fees paid off or getting a job. Lmao, youre definitely living in the short term. Watch if you go through this and you regret it in 10-20 years and look at your ****ty links of london bracelet that is a symbol of you turning yourself out.

Your parents must be proud.
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(Original post by luuucyx)
if you dont plan on being a sugar baby dont do it he'll probs get pissed off. i signed up got loads of requests but couldnt go through with it most of them have wives and stuff.
:laugh:

Changing her nappy with all that diarrhoea as a result of the sugar she's been eating would be a killer...
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Lol at slutting yourself out for some jewellery instead of getting uni fees paid off or getting a job. Lmao, youre definitely living in the short term. Watch if you go through this and you regret it in 10-20 years and look at your ****ty links of london bracelet that is a symbol of you turning yourself out.

Your parents must be proud.
Lol I have a job, I finished uni many years ago and did an MSc.

I'm not slutting myself out for jewellery lol. I want a boyfriend but I want an alpha male, this guy fits the bill, but if he wants to sugarbaby me, then I'm out.
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(Original post by Jingers)
Lol at slutting yourself out for some jewellery instead of getting uni fees paid off or getting a job. Lmao, youre definitely living in the short term. Watch if you go through this and you regret it in 10-20 years and look at your ****ty links of london bracelet that is a symbol of you turning yourself out.

Your parents must be proud.
Loool hence why I didn't do it. Taking a job from someone in return for what is really just meant for companionship...nah. If you don't sleep with them it's not slutting out either


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Lol I have a job, I finished uni many years ago and did an MSc.

I'm not slutting myself out for jewellery lol. I want a boyfriend but I want an alpha male, this guy fits the bill, but if he wants to sugarbaby me, then I'm out.
Loool why do men not get it? My boyfriend finds the idea hilarious he was gonna sign up see if anyone spoke to him hahaa


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OP sounds and writes like a ****gy 17 year old into old men - this is weird.
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I'm into older men, like Pierrce Brosnan :coma:

But I don't want to be a sugarbaby in the context of these dating websites. I might like this guy though, he might be looking for a genuine girlfriend.
You could always just go on the date, but make your true intentions clear to him. Are you meeting in a public place?
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You could always just go on the date, but make your true intentions clear to him. Are you meeting in a public place?
Yes we are meeting in a public place.

Should I tell him that I realised that I don't want this sugar dating thing and that I'm interested in a genuine relationship?
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Will he get pissed off even after one date?

Do they expect girls to sleep with them on the first date?
of course they do - your a glorified prostitute
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I noticed that sugardaddy dating is becoming popular these days so I joined one of them. I arranged a date with a 45 y/o guy from there but now I'm getting cold feet.
That's so sweet.
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OP, have you thought about making your intentions clear to him online before you meet up? Then maybe you will both know where you stand and then you can decide whether you want to go through with it or not?
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OP, have you thought about making your intentions clear to him online before you meet up? Then maybe you will both know where you stand and then you can decide whether you want to go through with it or not?
No I haven't, you think I should tell him before the date?
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of course they do - your a glorified prostitute
He might be a genuine guy, on his profile he says he wants to know someone on a friendship basis first.
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