Thanks to all our members who shared their opinions of Sugar Baby messaging blunders. The comment section was alive with useful advice and anecdotes, and I’d like to share one of our contributions from an SD Guru. Ultimately, we all message with one goal: to get a date. For those of you who have yet to experience an arrangement, he sums up the first step quite well:
My advice is “don’t let it happen to you”. Specifically, don’t put yourself in a situation where you can be taken advantage of (this applies to both SD and SB’s). For example, why meet at the lounge of a posh hotel for a first meet? A simple meet and greet at a café would have answered 3 important questions:
- Will she show up as planned?
- Will she be as advertised in her profile? (in your case she wasn’t), and
- Is there compatibility and chemistry to proceed further? If things don’t go well then you could end the meeting with not much time and money invested. If things go well then you could easily continue the meeting at the posh hotel lounge and take it from there.
I now ask you, Sugar Babies, to share your “red flags” used to filter out the promising Sugar Daddies from the rabble . Personally, I believe that there exist three golden rules for messaging Sugar Babies. If Sugar Daddies follow these guidelines, then their messaging should never turn sour:
What types of messages (words, phrases, etc.) make you hesitant when choosing a Sugar Daddy?