Thought I’d ask SB’s what’s bad about my profile text. Any advice?
Smart, confident, successful man seeks intelligent lady for 2 to 3 meetings a month on an ongoing basis. Of course, you’ll be financially supported too. I’ve got lots of life experience.
I’m looking for someone who enjoys bars, restaurants, galleries, cinemas, museums, bands and I will have you relaxing in any of those. I have a range of interests to share and I’ll want to hear all about yours.
I’m looking for someone who is happy with intimacy. If you’re here because you have an kinky itch to scratch then there’s no embarrassing clumsiness with me.
I’m not interested in platonic, online, long chats here or some kind of escorting type arrangement. Instead there’ll be great socials and intimacy so that you’ll look forward to meeting me.
If you’re serious about having a sugar daddy then get in touch and let’s start talking. It’s the only way we can help each other out.
Sounds too good to be true!
@daddyshome from another SD perspective it does not flow well. Seems like your trying to hard.
The line about “you will be financially supported” is not needed, that’s already implied being that your a SD.
Too good to be true? All I’m stating is what I want. If others want less that seems wierd.
Interesting that I’m trying too hard. I shall trim it down and elaborate in messages.
Personally, I don’t like when someone tells me how I am going to feel: “I’ll have you relaxing in any of those.” because you can’t control how I’m going to feel. I also prefer facts to subjective adjectives: “smart, confident, successful” those are all relative and you may feel that way but I’ll be the judge of that when I meet and get to know you.
I like the second paragraph/list (minus the, “I’ll have you…”) because it tells me what I can expect. Third paragraph is good, too.
I also don’t like when people write what they don’t want (“I’m not interested in…” ) because it casts a negative light on your profile, -something that should be fun. I get that you don’t want those things but they can be discussed later. Cast a wide net. Say what you do want, state facts, have some personality. : )
I dunno. I don’t want you to feel bad because I’m kind of picking it apart. So, I’ll leave it at that. I hope it’s helpful; that was my intention. Best wishes.
Yes it’s all helpful.
I disagree with what Southern said… I’d say the bulk of men on SA skirt around the money aspect so putting it in your profile is worthwhile.
Your profile is OK in that I’d respond if you messaged me, but I wouldn’t necessarily feel compelled to reach out based on it. It’s quite vague and non-specific.
Being picky, I don’t understand this sentence, “Instead there’ll be great socials and intimacy so that you’ll look forward to meeting me.”
I also agree with the above about removing negativity. Escorts will still msg you regardless, like splenda daddys will still message SBs even if they say not to in their profile. I also think that last sentence is redundant.
Elaborating on the “range of interests” you claim to have would be a good starting point as it’ll appear more personalised.
I like it, this is the sort of profile that would catch my interest, I prefer profiles that articulate exactly what they want but your profile also suggests you want to spend time doing things with your SB not just between the sheets!
@southernsd I disagree alittle with what you say here, there are a lot of new SD members on SA now who clearly have little to offer this sort of arrangement and are just chancing their luck wanting the arrangment where it benefits them getting some sexy time but not helping the SB in any way shape or form. So it’s nice to read a profile that shows that he is interested in offering what this site suggests. It could be different in the states but in London it’s like the Tinder generation have flocked on.
@aneedleinaheystack absolutely agree on the point about hating how some profiles ( or emails ) tell you how you are going to feel. It comes across as pure arrogant. I usually find these types are usually extremely selfish and only interested in what they want and like to assume that’s good enough for you. They also make the worst lovers lol
I agree with @josieforyou completely
Well just damn, 2 disagrees. Gotta up my game. I’ll stick to critiquing SB.
I am sorry to hear that, it does make wading through this site exhausting.
It’s blatantly clear they don’t read your profile notes. I’m quite clear about what I am seeking and yet they email me and ask for fun hook ups and never mention an allowance so then I feel vulgar even bringing it up. I have noticed the new influx puts their financial wealth at £60,000 or 150,000 which baffles me.
Tons email me clearly looking for an escort or for someone cheaper.
I can only hope you’re having better luck
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