When and why? Did you feel guilty about it?
I’ve ghosted a few times. Not necessarily ashamed of that. It usually happens when a POT is looking for more than I can offer. I already work two jobs and that’s not something I’m ready to give up yet, which also means I have trouble keeping up with a lot of their texts throughout the day. Then when I finally respond they’re ready to meet up before I’m ready (I like to make sure I’m comfortable before I go ahead with anything). A lot of the times they get really clingy too early on, like the moment we start speaking to each other, which is also not something I’m looking for.
I’ve also been ghosted so I’m not really offended. Usually when it happens someone has already found what they’re looking for or they just don’t feel the connection. It’s something I sort of expect in this area, so I think it’s totally reasonable when it happens!
Thanks for sharing Nola92! It’s all too easy to ghost nowadays.. I too have done that many times and have had the favor returned. Why is it so hard for us (as a society) to simply say ‘hey, I’m not interested’?
I think everyone in the sugar bowl has LOL
I met a POT sugar daddy 2 days ago for coffee and when we shook hands for our agreement he said “so, you’re my girlfriend?”
Uhmmm…no, I got a bad vibe from it so I never talked to him again!
Ghosting is a nasty habit….that being said, I can’t say I’m not guilty of it. I typically used to ghost as a way to avoid an awkward talk or “breakup” because I didn’t have time for it. It was particularly easy to do when I wasn’t very emotionally invested. However, this can be extremely unfair to the other person, so I stopped taking that approach–I find honesty is always the best remedy for almost any situation. If you’ve just met a POT and you’re not feeling it, that’s a different story.
I have. The guy was normal the previous 2 weeks of us communicating by text and email,, but starting creeping me out hours before our meet. I never showed up. I felt bad at first, but then realized that my safety was the important thing.
I have in the worst way, this sugar daddy had promised to pay for my apartment and everything else i needed, but yet kept pressuring me about being his gf insead. I told him i didn’t feel comfy about it and also rushing into something so soon, and he kept pressing the issue. So I eventually ended up getting back with somebody else.
Unfortunately, I ghosted an SD, because I wasn’t attracted to him and although he seemed nice overall, he kept persisting that he’d want to get intimate after the meet and greet that same day and I am nlg about that for the most part honestly. So when he called me asking where I was I made up and excuse about needing to do something family related that came up and didn’t meet with him. After a few days we talked and then we stopped communication all together.
I’ve ghosted with
Creeps or disrespectful men …always (I’m not wasting my energy on them, there’s so many… that’s a lot of time)
those that were persistent on me being their gf (they knew my terms, they should’ve heard my words… especially when I repeated myself)
the ones that loved me
One was a creep. We only met twice. Still calls me from a blocked number. It’s been 8 months.
Yes, and I don’t feel bad at all ahaha, there’s this one guy who agreed to Skype me and literally from 10pm -1 pm told me how he was such a god, and how I was so lucky that a guy like him would message me, that I would never find a guy so attractive, so big, so wealthy etc etc . he then called me stupid/idiot/ dumb because I couldn’t fly to Miami right away and proceeded to berate me on how I shouldn’t have even responded to him if I couldn’t drop everything and meet him- this guy who I’ve only talked to for a day. Not only did I put up with his spectacularly inflated ego but he then all of a sudden took off his pants and started masterbating in front of me .
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