Are you new to the Sugar Bowl or perhaps know someone who is? Some veteran Sugar Babies have been lucky enough to have a mentor, who gave them all the tips and how-to’s, when they began their Sugaring. For those of you that are new to the Sugar Bowl, it can be many things: exciting, fun, a little scary, but mostly confusing. How do I vet new Sugar Daddies? How many Sugar Daddies should I have? Is it appropriate to text or call? There are endless questions to list, so I thought we would start with the very basic: Etiquette and what to expect on the first meeting.
Okay, so some of you may not even know what a “first meeting” is—let alone what it’s for. The “first meeting” is much like a first date. After meeting your Sugar Daddy via the website and deciding that based on your good judgement, as well as proper verification that he would make for a good Sugar Daddy. The first meeting is when you meet your POT to get to know them better and see if there is any chemistry.
Men are visual creatures. However, showing all your “goodies” on the first meeting will make you come off as easy. There is not one man who enjoys the idea of being who gives it away on a whim. Choose one thing to show off: if you plan on wearing a daring mini dress, then pick one that doesn’t expose too much cleavage.
Believe it or not, this is not the time to discuss allowances. Whatever your motives are, coming off as a money-hungry man eater is not the way to POT’s heart. Really use this time to get to know the Sugar Daddy and to discuss the arrangement . Think when, not how much. More arrangements end due to schedule conflicts and misunderstanding expectations. Be clear about what you expect.
Most importantly, if you both like each other, leave a lasting impression by setting up your next meeting before the day ends. Showing interest in seeing your POT Sugar Daddy again helps to cut through having to review the events of the day to see if you are worth pursuing.
What do you think are important things to know on your first meeting? Share your first meeting experiences.