There's some men who say "I don't have to prove myself, I'm verified and I have a track record." I usually tell men like this that they haven't proven themselves to me, so until they prove themselves to me I don't know if they're real. In any type of arrangement or relationship, you have to prove yourself to the other person. We as sugar babies have to prove ourselves to the daddies, so why shouldn't they have to do the same?
Please read my other posts about fake sugar daddies. There's still some questions I get about salt and fake daddies, I also saw things on seeking arrangements that need to be explained.
I recently saw a question on this website/chat group asking basically how upfront people can be, especially when it comes to dating and sex. This is something that is kind of complex. You can't say whatever you want, whenever you want. It's not that simple, because there is a time, place, and a way to say everything, you can't just blurt stuff out. There are some people who are sensitive.
Please read part 1 or part 2 if you haven't done so already. There's so much to go over still, and I want to make sure I am clear on stuff.
This may be a series on my page about just the bullshit these guys will say and how they will try to fool you. I have done three posts about fake daddies already but they keep coming up with new things to try to fool women.
In the world of sugar, there are several names or terms for fake daddies or wannabes. I'm here to clear up any confusion or questions. I will be using the term Splenda or salt a lot but some of this can be true for scammers too. A lot of girls prefer online and some of this can be used for that so take this advice and apply it to what you want. Let's dive in—we have a lot to cover.