Sugar Daddy Dating Site Reviews
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I have never before done sugar daddy dating site reviews but I’ve also never really thought I would become an expert on the subject. Now, every time I think of sugar daddy dating site reviews and epic romances, the movie “Pretty Woman” with Julia Roberts and Richard Gere comes to mind.
You can ask other women and they will agree. In case you were not yet born, or living in a cave in the 1990’s the story is about Edward and Vivian. Edward is a handsome, mature, rich businessman who innocently stumbles upon gorgeous, spunky Vivian who happens to be in the business of selling her body for money.
I guess the movie was so phenomenally popular and stimulated countless sugar daddy dating site reviews, not only because of Julia and Richard, but because it brought to light day-to-day survival issues experienced by a lot of women. It came up with practical win/win solutions for everyone involved without being moralistic. I’m also quite sure the movie drew a lot of attention to sugar daddy dating site reviews by women who were curious about the lifestyle.
Edward and Vivian share a charming, quirky chemistry throughout the movie and Edward struggles with the moral dilemma of falling in love with a prostitute whose ultimate goal is marriage. The movie appealed because Vivian ended up with a super-great catch and managed to upgrade her life at the same time. Really now, who wouldn’t want that?
Sugar Daddy Dating Site Reviews–My sad Story
Having recently separated from my partner after a long and miserable relationship, I decided to explore my options a bit–a decision that would resonate with many women. Here was where my journey towards writing sugar daddy dating site reviews began. I’m by no means unattractive, but for some reason, the fish weren’t biting. That whole notion of a man asking a woman out on a date at the supermarket or library is a big load of bull. As we all know, and according to mainstream sugar daddy dating site reviews and venues, bars are a hotbed of STD’s and one night stands. Since my workplace frowns upon office romance and the office is the last place I’d want to be romantic anyway, I thought I’d give online dating sites a shot. It seemed like a pretty good deal to be able to screen some likely candidates without becoming instantly committed to a single person or process, since I generally have a tough time rejecting people. Not surprisingly, this is a feeling a lot of women can relate to.
I checked out some of the conventional free couples dating sites overlooking some sugar daddy dating site reviews along the way, hoping to meet a “quality single.” The men I developed text conversations with wanted sexy banter, sexy texts, naughty photos, and sexy meet-me-under-my-sheets sessions. Seriously. These were a bunch of little boys who didn’t seem to think women were worth getting to know or taking out on a date. It was frustrating, to say the least.
So I considered some sites where you need to make hefty monthly payments to find a soul mate. This seemed like a crap-shoot I was sure to lose since I’m generally quite critical, commitment phobic, and a pushover–a shrew on the outside but a cream-puff at my core. For the sake of frugality and because I owed it to myself to explore every available option, even if it included the unlikely sugar daddy dating site reviews beaming from my laptop before me, I decided that this would be my last resort. If I was still single in say, another five years I would consider it. Since my market value will have also declined considerably, if the resulting candidate was less than perfect, I would just have to suck it up, Buttercup.
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What to do, what to do? I’ve learned to be pro-active, not timid. The timid get nothing. Unable to squash the feeling that the clock was ticking and that I still didn’t have my “quality single” I was starting to get antsy. Here I was, like many strong, financially and emotionally independent women who still fostered a Cinderella complex. Where the heck did I put those website addresses again for those sugar daddy dating site reviews? Now granted, I have never been a materialistic girl, but the idea of a strong, independent man who had foremost, a generous heart and would match it with benevolent gestures of affection, was worth investigating. My initiation into writing sugar daddy dating site reviews would soon be dawning.
To make a long story short, a friend from work told me she was dating a man she met on a site. She found him after reading some sugar daddy dating site reviews. She had been seeing him for over a year, and cared for him a great deal so she gave me the address to the site: my-sugar-daddy.com. I suppose she could feel my desperation. I actually didn’t know what a sugar-daddy was (didn’t little Orphan Annie have a Sugar Daddy, or something like that? Hmm…Fascinating) until I looked it up online. I also checked some sugar daddy dating site reviews. Apparently, a sugar daddy is a rich older man who lavishes gifts on young women in return for their company or sexual favors. This was something to consider. There at least seemed to be a bit more organization, structure and room for negotiations in this scenario than with the sex-crazed-little-boy dating sites I’d tried earlier. I’ve been told I’m great company. I excel at witty conversation. I’d have the old guy in stitches. But what if he wasn’t old, just mature…like Richard Gere… and sexy as heck. Thoughts churned in my mind like cement in a cement mixer.
First, I checked out a couple the sugar daddy dating site reviews. If I ended up sleeping with, well, let’s call him Richard, did that mean there was something integrally wrong with me? Was I just a gold digger? Maybe then I wouldn’t accept any gifts from him. We’d go Dutch for dinner. But then, why shouldn’t I accept gifts from him? Some men give their girlfriends presents all the time. So what was the difference? Was it because I would be the one who would be on the receiving end of generosity? After full consideration I checked out all the sugar daddy dating site reviews.
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“So how long ago did you have that profile picture taken?” asked the horrid creature who sat across from me that was my date. The thought of possibly having to bed this intimidating person made my heart race. He was chewing on a piece of baked potato as he surveyed me doubtfully. His misgivings weren’t entirely unfounded. The picture was ten years old; the sugar daddy dating site reviews recommended submitting your best photo.
“It’s fairly recent,” I replied nonchalantly, taking a gulp of wine. The wine was nice. The restaurant was an extremely expensive steak house in the city’s cultural hub.
He nodded shrewdly and narrowed his gaze slightly. “Is sex on the table?” he asked me. “I’m going to want sex.”
“Right now? I blurted a fraction louder than I meant to. The sugar daddy dating site reviews I read hadn’t prepared me for this. Then thoughtfully, “If you exhibit qualities down the road that are attractive enough, then maybe. Sure.” I was doubtful.
“My ex-wife and I divorced a year ago and she took half of everything I had. I will never re-marry and most definitely not without a prenup. I have some trust issues with women. I went over all the sugar daddy dating site reviews too, honey.”
Wow. You don’t say. How charming, I thought sarcastically. This guy was even more terrified of a commitment than I was. “I’m curious. For someone who doesn’t want women to leech away his money, what are you doing on this dating service?”
“I’m a generous guy,” he smiled and shrugged. “But I’d like to be able to decide when I’m going to be generous. Fair enough?” Then: “You can write that in your sugar daddy dating site reviews.”
At the end of the night I shook his hand. He wasn’t feeling much chemistry either so he didn’t try to kiss me, thank God. We had been able to talk about our mutual interests and he was a good conversationalist. His name, while not Richard, was actually Edward, although he preferred Ed. I was surprised when he phoned me three days later and we went to a hockey game. He came to my house, brought me flowers, and played with my cat while I finished getting ready.
It turned out he was the owner of the steak house we went to and a chain of others like it. Ed and I both took it very cautiously and saw each other consistently. I think he kept coming back because I was a good match for him. Sugar daddy dating site reviews hadn’t prepared me for the domesticity of it all. We didn’t actually sleep together until my cat died a few months later and he didn’t want me to grieve alone. Five months after that, he went with me to the shelter to adopt a new cat.
I never met Ed’s kids and we didn’t get married. We’ve been on vacations together to Hawaii, Spain and Portugal, where he’s originally from. I also accompany him to sporting events he likes to go to, even though, besides the energy level that’s usually felt at these games, I don’t really like sports.
While I’m still financially generally independent Ed has helped me fund my passion as he has come to understand it. My passion is finding and saving animals that are on death row: Cats, dogs, horses, pigs and anything else with a sad story that been used or abused, lost, or that simply needs a home. With Ed’s help I was able to buy a hobby farm where I house and feed these creatures with the aid of a small group of staff. This consists of mostly high school kids who want to make some spare money. I’ve also donated a large portion of money to kid’s hospitals because I know they would truly appreciate it. Ed doesn’t stringently monitor what I do with the money he gives me, but he does approve of my choices.
We have argued on a few occasions. This is a subject that’s generally not covered in sugar daddy dating site reviews. These arguments occur not, as one might think, because I forget I’m not his wife but more because of general differences of opinion and because we’re both stubborn. It’s good to know that in spite of our challenges and how our relationship started with structured roles, we care about each other. We care enough to overlook these differences and come together above all, as friends.
What started out as casually checking out sugar daddy dating site reviews has resulted in some of my friends consulting sugar daddy dating site reviews as well. I was compiling a list of sugar daddy dating site reviews for an online article I was preparing.
Ed came over early one evening for dinner since we were both tired and felt like relaxing in front of the TV. I was on the phone ordering a pizza upstairs in the bedroom when he came in and sat down on the bed and jokingly starting making lascivious gestures at me. I’m sure the order taker could hear my smile on the phone. Ed walked over to my work desk where my computer was turned on and started to read the contents of the screen as I hung up the phone:
“My Sugar Daddy.com Dating Site Review by Nora J. Monica P.–sugar daddy dating site reviews–We haven’t gone to Europe yet, but we’ll get there.
Alison M.–sugar daddy dating site reviews–(laughing) It’s time to trade in for a new model!”
I threw a cushion at him, but he continued. Ileana S.–Impressive quality. Sugar daddies are well-screened.
Then he reached mine. Nora J.–Sugar daddy dating site reviews. Edward (he rolled his eyes at this) S. is the daddy of all sugar daddies. He is kind, generous and treats me as his equal in every way. He truly rocks my world.”
Needless to say, we didn’t eat the pizza.