There are many aspects that go into having a successful Sugar arrangement, communication being key. It is desirable amongst Daddies to have intellectual conversations with their baby. Considering the drastic age difference in most Sugar relationships, certain words and phrases often get lost in translation.
Daddies, Let me lead you through the land of lingo. Let’s talk Sugar! Here is a list of terms specifically known in the Sugar community. Some words may sound familiar, but their definitions aren’t so typical.
POT — Potential Sugar Daddy or Mommy.
Freelance — When Babies take their search for a Sugar Daddy or Mommy offline.
Salty — We aren’t talking sodium levels here. Salty is actually someone who acts as a Sugar Daddy, without genuine backing. No Sugar, all salt!
Splenda — You won’t be adding this kind of Splenda to your coffee. In this context, Splenda refers to lower bracket Sugar Daddies who spend less on Sugar Babies.
Beyond the Sugar lingo, there are plenty of terms to get familiar with. Keep in mind, you don’t necessarily have to use them. (Please don’t use them.)
Can’t even — Can’t deal or can’t handle a particular situation or person.
“Can you believe he broke up with me? Like oh my gosh, I can’t even!”
Bae — A term of endearment used to refer to one’s significant other.
Also an acronym for Before Anything Else.
“This is Chris, my bae. I love him so much.”
I’m dead — The act of laughing uncontrollably when something is funny beyond belief.
“Did you see Jason trip down the stairs? I’m dead!”
PSL — Pumpkin Spice Latte.
“We absolutely have to go to Starbucks today. The PSL is back!”
Fleek — on point, or exact.
“I love your hair, your curls are on fleek, girl!”
Basic – An adjective used to describe a person, place, or thing involving predictable behavior, dress, or action.
“I hate when girls wear Ugg boots and leggings—it’s so basic.”
Cray cray – A shortened word for crazy.
“My mom gave me $500 for no reason—cray cray, right?”
There is no escaping the evolution of slang. Unfortunately, as much as you may despise hearing these terms… they aren’t going anywhere anytime soon. So embrace this list and their definitions. If you ever find yourself lost again, remember that Webster’s won’t do you any good. The Urban Dictionary is your best bet for defining slang.
Will you be ready the next time you hear slang?