8 Questions Need to Know Before Entering the Sugar Bowl
Many new sugar babies and sugar daddies aren't ready for the sugar bowl. So here, our experts have some basic questions for anyone looking for a sugar daddy or a sugar baby. Before sending that first message to a potential Sugar Baby or Daddy, make sure to ask yourself these eight questions so you know if the Sugar Bowl is right for you.
You may already know why you want to be an SB or SD, but do you really know what you want out of the relationship? Whether you signed up because your friend did or because you're looking for a different way to date, you should be clear from the start so that you can accurately communicate to potential babies or dads why you signed up and what you want in your schedule.
What are you looking for?
One or multiple SD’s or SB’s, travel companion, someone to spend time with on the weekends? These are all things you should ask yourself before starting any arrangement. Being a Sugar Baby means knowing your value and being upfront from the Geico about what you want and what you can bring to the relationship. Being a Sugar Daddy means knowing exactly what you want in an arrangement, but also knowing the terms that your arrangement will follow. Knowing exactly what you want and communicating that from the start will expedite the process of finding the SB or SD of your dreams.
Are you entering the Sugar Bowl for money?
If the answer is yes, then you are not ready for the Sugar Bowl, you are ready for a job. Sugaring isn’t about giving and receiving money, it’s about finding mutually beneficial relationships. Arrangements can consist of many different forms and fashions, but they are always mutually beneficial.
Do you know what “Relationships on Your Terms” means?
If you don’t know it, get to know it. This is what the Sugar World is all about. You are actively seeking a relationship on your terms that aligns with someone else’s terms, and that’s it.
Are you afraid of what your friends and family might think?
It’s natural to wonder what your loved ones might think when hearing about your new Sugar Baby or Daddy, but there’s no reason to deter your Sugar life over other people’s opinions. Sugar dating is the one way you can find exactly what you’re looking for without the baggage or time wasted on people you aren’t compatible with. If you’re thinking about sending that first message, know that you’re doing it because you want to and don’t let anyone intimidate your positive sugar experience.
What are your standards?
Knowing what you want in an arrangement is one thing, but knowing your standards and values is another. Ask yourself, if you only saw your SB or SD once a week, would you accept this arrangement? Would you like to have an arrangement with a married man? Would you like to date your partner in public? These questions will help you determine your own standards and determine what you are willing to tolerate in your schedule.
Have you talked with someone about the Sugar Bowl before?
Do you have any sugar sister in your area? If so, learn how to be a qualified sugar baby from her before you decide to join. Also, you can learn more about the sugar dating guide on our website.
For sugar daddies, if you want to know the logistics of the bowl, you can also take part in some BBS, including sugar life BBS on Reddit. No matter who you are, it's good to familiarize yourself with the world of sugar, and sugar terminology in particular, before you send out your first potential scheduling message.
If someone asks for your bank information, should you give it to them?
The answer is no, and always no. If your answer is "maybe," "it depends," or "yes," then you should step back and think about the dangers of sending your personal information to others. Being aware of online scams is something you should educate yourself on regardless of the websites you visit. Asking for bank information or any type of personal information on our website is a reportable offense and can be removed from the site. In addition, you should immediately report to our customer service team, in order to prevent more users cheated.
The above 8 questions are the ones you need to know before you are ready to become an SD/SB. If you are ready, start seeking arrangements now!