Double booking, family emergencies, and meetings that run late happen sometimes, forcing a rain check on evening plans. Such is life. But the habitual offenders, the men and women who regularly bail last minute or are annoyingly late, tend to be much more hassle than they’re worth.
As Sugar Daddies, you’re not only investing money in an arrangement, but also your time which is equally valuable. Dealing with flaky Sugar Babies will cost you both, so below is guide to sift through the ones who are simply wasting your time.
See ya! Considering it takes two seconds to send a text, there’s no excuse for getting stood up this day and age. If a Sugar Baby does a no call, no show, and sends some sketchy ‘Sorry, wanted to make sure you were serious’ text a day later, don’t respond and continue your search. The no call, no show is characteristic of a scam artist only interested in your wallet or playing games. There are plenty of Sugar Babies out there who will respect and value your time.
We’ve all seen it, the Baby who appears to be interested but refuses to commit to a meeting. They aren’t interested in traveling to meet you, they schedules are never clear, they ‘never get on this site anymore so just saw this message’ or they ‘just missed you’ when you are in town and ‘would love to meet up next time you’re here!’. For one reason or another, you two can never settle on a time or place to meet in person. They may go silent for weeks or months at a time, so you logically assume they’re not interested or have found someone else. Suddenly, they pop up asking if you’re still looking for an arrangement and the cycle repeats.
If you haven’t met by now, you’re not going to. This flaky Sugar Baby can’t decide if they’re actually interested or just playing games.
When time is money, there’s no such thing as fashionably late. Constantly having people wait on you is rude and sends the sign that you don’t really care. As the SD, it’s perfectly reasonable to apply a three limit rule here. As long as they send a courtesy text/call, you can give a Sugar Baby the benefit of the doubt up to three times. But after that, it may be time to cut her loose. The ‘traffic’ excuse only goes so far, because you made it on time, didn’t you?
There are exceptions to every rule. If you have a career-driven Sugar Baby whose work schedule can be as demanding as yours, be patient. While there is a level of expectation in terms of availability for SBs (re: the benefits of an arrangement), you should appreciate the fact she’s got her priorities straight. If work or school is causing her to reschedule or postpone dates, cut her some slack. She’s worth the extra work. Try a lunch date or stick to weekend plans.