Navigating the Sugar World can be complicated, especially for newbies. Similar to millennial jargon, this growing community has it’s own lingo. Often times these key terms will appear throughout the forums, in messages, blogs and conversations. Save yourself the headache and get caught up on these Sugar key terms.
SD – Sugar Daddy
SB – Sugar Baby
SBM – Sugar Baby Male
SBF – Sugar Baby Female
SM- Sugar Mommy
SR – Sugar Relationship
M&G – short for ‘Meet and greet’
POT – meaning, potential Sugar Daddy/Sugar Mommy
The Sugar Bowl: Sugar lifestyle / Sugar dating scene
Arrangement: Negotiated relationship
Platonic Relationship – No intimacy involved
NSA – ‘No strings attached’ is an arrangement where intimacy occurs, but you are not necessarily exclusive or in a relationship. NSA is simply an agreed upon condition that you will both check your emotions at the door, and not let them get involved with your arrangement.
Please note, there is no transaction occurring in an NSA relationship, just two people who have agreed to have a non-traditional relationship.
FWB: Stands for ‘friends with benefits’ indicating a casual, sexual relationship.
Allowance – a dollar amount given to a Sugar Baby by a benefactor. Usually intended for tuition, rent, bills and living expense.
Splenda – A Sugar Daddy who simply doesn’t have/or has exaggerated his economic status. He may be sweet and charming and the perfect gentleman, however, his finances, his professional life and his personal life are in disarray. Not a bad guy, just not ready for the financial commitment.
Salt Daddy/Mommy- The complete opposite of a Sugar Daddy/Mommy. A Salt Daddy is one who tries to impersonate a Sugar Daddy, but is broke and has no intention of picking up the bill, ever. He can neither afford, nor offer a Sugar Baby any benefits.
Did I miss any? Tell us which terms you would like to see defined in our next key terms blog