anonymous131313
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My online friend wants to be my sugar daddy (I've never met him).He's 21, he works and im 16 well, i told him i was 17. What should i do?
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Throughout high school and college, we are taught to never trust people you have met online. And it's true. I dont want to sound boring and say things that you already know (or should know). But this might be a trap you are falling into. Consider these questions:
* How long have you known him?
* Does their profile look fake?
* Have you got advice from your parents on what you should do?
* Is it going to be something that is harmless or that can affect you or your loved ones?

(ok this is getting a lil deep but you get the idea)

Stay Safe
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Fam, no
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Tell him to do one, then block him.
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Sounds dodgy - as you know it's easy to lie about your age online

who's idea was this 'sugar daddy' thing, yours or his?
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