Why do we care if a potential Sugar Daddy is a few years younger than expected? I think I know why. The connotation of the word ‘daddy’ can stem from a real dad. It can also derive from someone that is our protector. It can be someone who we go to when we’re in a difficult situation. Because of this, we instantly match this with an older man. Most of the time, a man that is in fact old enough to be our actual daddy.
Anyone Can be a Splenda Daddy
In terms of image, I completely understand. Sometimes when I’m out and I see an extremely older man with a much younger woman, I instantly think it could be a sugar arrangement. Perhaps this is because I’m in the game. However, when I see a much younger man with a relatively older woman, it doesn’t straight away cross my mind that they have an exclusive arrangement going on. So if this is what you’re considering doing, go ahead! The ball is in your court and it’s in your favour. If anything, you’ll look like the much powerful one in comparison to your younger money magnet.
In terms of mental capability, this may be an issue. They say men take much longer to mature than women, so in this instance, your ‘sugar daddy’ may not be interested in your late night rants about why Barack Obama was a much better president than Donald Trump, or why our economy is going downhill. The truth is, the younger he is, the less he’ll want to know about those things. So unless he shows interest in the intellectual things you enjoy talking about, keep it a minimum because you’ll end up putting the poor boy to sleep.
And the Cons
In terms of generosity, I must admit I’ve found a flaw. Younger, wealthy men have the tendancy to only give when needed. They are younger and most likely haven’t given up their bachelor lifestyle yet (which may I add is an extremely expensive lifestyle). They are more focused on spending recklessly and only what benefits them at the time.