Sugar Baby Dating: Looking for a wealthy, lonely man to pay for your bills

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According to sugar babies, they can earn up to $12,000 a year by dating a rich man, called sugar daddy on sugar baby sites. For a 20-year-old female college student without any social background or financial assistance from her family of origin, it's almost no different from winning the first prize. This is probably why younger women dating older men has become popular in recent years.

Last week, I read an article about an interview with sugar baby called "I’m financing my life by dating rich dudes." A girl, Abigail, told of her experience as a sugar baby." By dating ceos, directors and other ambitious, career-oriented men who were extremely lonely, she was able to lead a rich life," she says.

When she was on vacation, she said, sugar daddy took her to Hawaii. Imagine this: you live in a single-family beach house, every morning, when the curtains are pulled back, you see a blue ocean, a colorful beach, the rent is paid, and you are wearing silk robes and lounging on a feathered futon. You carefully scoop caviar from your manicured fingertips and sip a glass of champagne. Your antique clock strikes seven -- you drive your Ferrari to dinner with your sugar daddy.

"Every time we meet, he gives me $300, and if I need money in his absence, he gives me $500," she said of one of her regulars.

"Men usually bid $180 to $280 per date," -- but, you know what -- "I've been offered $12 before."It's not even worth it.

Dating a sugar daddy has made my life easier and I've become lazy, but I love it.


I don't have to pay rent anymore.With a steady source of income, I no longer have to work outside every weekend and spare time, which takes up a lot of my time for a small salary.Instead, I can use the money of the rich to invest myself and improve my education.

A chance to buy a house. I don't know about you, but it's almost impossible for young people to buy a house in New York City these days. I know I'm a long way from owning my own home.

Wealth redistribution. The money these rich guys spend buying me dinner will go to pay wages for the waitstaff and dishwashers. I’m contributing to the economy.

I do feel for the men who are “just looking for company whilst they travel” according to Clifford. Eating alone sucks. There’s only so long can stare at your phone while shoving spaghetti in your mouth and pretending you’re having a fun time. Eating with them is doing a good deed and getting paid for it.

The more money these guys spend on me, the less likely they are to spend it on dumb stuff, like mid-life crisis induced sports cars or shonky hair growth formulas. It’s for their good, as much as mine.


If a rich man buys me designer shoes, he probably wants me to wear them to dinner. As a beginner in high heels, I might have tried to be elegant and mature at the opera and ended up in Sydney harbor.

Potential expenses. If I want to do this well, I may need to invest some time and money.No one's gonna wear my sweatpants to dinner. I might have to buy some better clothes and get my hair done to lure the rich men to my online dating profile.

Eating at fancy restaurants where they give you more than one fork and force you into some bizarre Jigsaw-style game of working out which one to use and whether to keep it or let it be taken with your dirty plate at the end of the course. So much pressure.

Being financially dependent on others can take away your motivation to live. Incredibly bad pub food is one of my guilty pleasures. If I’m ‘dating’ a rich guy, will I ever see the inside of a urine-stained, smoke-filled hole in the wall again?

Potential murder. In general, online dating makes me suspicious, because serial killers look just like the rest of us, maybe even like a genuine, friendly person who has the opportunity to shape their identity online. Dating rich people is even worse because a fifth of CEOs is legally mentally ill.

Dating some guy I don’t know. What if he’s gross? What if he’s boring? What on earth will I have in common with a 50-year-old banker? That we both like the money I guess.