An Ounce of Prevention


Have you ever heard that old saying that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?” Well, that has never been more true than in the realm of Sugar daddy dating. Just as with any type of relationship, it may take some time to conclude whether that person is the right one for you or not. Most of the time the odds are against you, otherwise over 50% of all marriages wouldn’t end in divorce. However, as a practicing Sugar daddy, we have to be constantly on guard, as being wrong can cost us dearly. But in general, there are certain subtle differences between getting to know someone online and then having a real life encounter. If you first meet in person, many of these issues are eliminated, such as when your date tells you via email that she is ‘curvy’ it may be better to have that first dinner at an all you can eat buffet. The Sugar daddy has to learn to read between the lines as well. I know that if a woman I meet online tells me that she loves to travel, it always means that I’m paying!

Having said all this, my favorite Sugar baby was a product of one of my online dating escapades. But here is the difference between what I see and what some poor slob sees when reviewing profiles and reading messages. First, if a woman comes out and says she is very honest, the poor slob is very happy while what I see is more than likely a pathological liar. If she says she is emotionally secure, this more than likely means she is taking at least several types of medication. Remember, all those you meet on the web are not liars or disciples of modern chemistry, in fact most are hardworking wonderful people, which is why we must be on guard for those who are not. Those who are not looking to take our money may be looking for something far more valuable, our souls! So while you are vigilant for the person telling you that you have won the Nigerian state lottery, also be on the watch for the woman who says she is romantic, this usually means she looks better by candle light!

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One response to “An Ounce of Prevention

  1. Gosh.. this post is very… hmm not negative.. but unlike you.

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