sugardaddy... or just daddy???

United States
April 10, 2008 4:46pm CST
I have an interesting dilemma to mull over and make some decisions on... Should I get myself a sugardaddy, or spend all my energies trying to seek true love? Can one be the same as the other? I like the idea of having a man who wishes to be with me and can so easily and readily take care of me. He makes it sound so easy...but, there are strings attached, even in this no strings type of relationship...though I am certain I can handle that...would I be giving something up by accepting this mans offer to be my daddy? I am just beginning to step into the dating world...should I just take the daddy and run, or trudge on kissing frogs in search of my prince charming?
3 responses
@mlucas43 (39)
• United States
15 Apr 08
I would say you need to seek true love unless you want to be "used". Money and material things arent everthing. You could just work more than one job and have lots of friends to hang out with rather than to sell yourself short on a sugar daddy. I guess that is a decision only you can make.good luck.
• United States
3 May 08
I'm still working on this decision...he is a really sweet guy (not the same as the restaurant guy who gives money away) And, he feels that I might find more security in a relationship that is more arranged. I have been weighing out my options. He hardly seems like someone who needs to "pay for attention".(he's a fine looking gent, that caught my eye even before he brought this idea up) I think he just wished to have me available when he has time to spend with me, so if I let him help me, I won't have to work two jobs and will have more time to set aside for him. Plus, this type relationship allows for traveling to exciting places and enjoying a lifestyle that I have never known before...and probably never will, not even with two jobs. We'll see...I'm still thinking. :)
@sisco100 (2345)
• United States
13 Apr 08
thts a good one, do u wana love some one and have them truly love u or do u want some one who will buy u anything u want, not being in love.
• United States
15 Apr 08
In a perfect world, I could have both :) But, since the world is far from perfect... I really don't know the answer to that question... Love is an iffy subject. Love often times leads to jealousy, insecurities, issues of control... Perhaps it would be nice just to be "liked" and well taken care of?
• Canada
3 May 08
In time, you will find gifts and all the things you would be given are not enough to keep you happy. Keep searching and you will eventually find the one for you. True love in the end IS worth much more than gifts and untrue love. Which would rather, one who you can talk to and be comforted by after a long day of work, or one who will by you all the things you could want, but will not give you true love? Inanimate objects can NOT replace the love of a real person.