If you’re a new Sugar Baby or just searching for a new arrangement, here’s some things to keep in mind. These are things I’ve learned and been told by SD’s when asking them what they like/don’t like in a new arrangement.
Check Your Baggage
Unless specifically asked about your last arrangement, Sugar Daddies don’t want to hear all about them. They don’t want to be compared to your previous arrangements. Just like you don’t want to be compared to their previous Baby. Like a regular relationship, a Sugar relationship should be allowed to develop naturally and independent of the past.
That being said if you had a bad experience don’t allow it to affect your dates with a new SD. Chances are your new SD has had dates with a rinser, but here he is still trying to find a good arrangement and that’s what you should do as well.
Sugar Daddies want a baby that walks into a room knowing she looks amazing and has a natural sense of ease that comes with confidence. There’s nothing more appealing than a woman who knows her value and does not need validation from others. Don’t be cocky, just know your value.
Don’t Put Too Much Pressure On The First Time
This goes both ways for Babies and Daddies but it is a good reminder not too have too high of expectations for the first time you are intimate. You don’t know what he likes yet and he doesn’t know what you like. The first time could be amazing or maybe a little lackluster since you are figuring each other out. Either way the first couple times focus on getting to know what each other likes and seeing if you are compatible.
Keep The First Date Short and Sweet
The first date should only be a meet and greet, nothing physical and it should have an end time. It’s better to have a great time and be left wanting more time. This saves you from having an elaborate night planned and have nothing in common. Lest you be stuck counting down the minutes until it’s over. It’s nice for both parties to have an out in case you just don’t click. Dinner and drinks, or meeting for apps and a walk are nice dates that don’t last an awkward amount of time.
No, that doesn’t mean you have to stick to stuffy conversation topics, it means to curb bad speaking habits. It seems obvious but try to avoid swearing and gross topics. Most importantly (and easy to do) don’t speak ill of others. It’s easy to make judgements but your new SD doesn’t want to hear you tear down that stranger’s clothing choice. Nor does he want to hear you speak poorly of your friends/ex’s/whatever. Keep the conversations positive.