When it comes to making an arrangement with a Sugar Daddy or Sugar Baby – timing is perhaps the most important factor; before, during and after the initial sugar meeting. It’s been said here before, but let it be said again – Sugar Daddy dating is still dating. In many cases, a sugar daddy may have relatively less time to pursue and negotiate an arrangement than a Sugar Baby might.
There have been countless reports from Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies on this blog who regretted not responding sooner to a potential sugars initial email.
Yet there are many reasons why a sugar may not respond in ‘good time’ to a message from a potential SD or SB…
(Over)Thinking – “is it too good to be true”?
Sometimes we hesitate to respond to a potential sugar even in the absence of any red-flags… perhaps for some, the very absence of those red flags IS a red-flag. As many SD’s and SB’s have mentioned here, there’s a certain fear in of a sugar who seems “too good to be true”.
Simply Too Busy
Sugars are generally busy people who have lot’s of responsibilities – whether it’s work, school, kids or even spouses. Setting time aside to write a thoughtful response to a potential sugar within a couple of days of receiving their initial message isn’t always doable for many here.
Inconsideration – “are they holding out for another sugar?”
A Sugar Daddy once said that the reason he wouldn’t give a second chance to a Sugar Baby who waited over 1 week to reply to his initial message to her was because “no one wants to feel like they’re the last choice or plan C… I don’t to want feel like she only replied to me only after her other options didn’t pan out”. Unfortunately, Sugar Babies who don’t respond for other, perhaps more ‘honest’, reasons stated above would never have a chance with this and other Sugar Daddies who don’t give second chances because of their own desire for mutual appreciation (and in this case, in terms of a timely response to their initial contact).
How soon should a sugar respond to an initial message from a potential they’re interested in?
Do you think you’ve ever lost your chance for an arrangement because you didn’t reply to a sugar soon enough? If so, why didn’t you?