When I entered the Sugar Bowl a year ago, I realized it was a whole new world. Everything from the way SB’s talk with their own lingo, act on a daily basis and carry themselves to attract daddies is so appealing. You probably just read that sentence and thought to yourself, “what in the world is an SB?” Trust me you’re not alone. Sugar Slang 101 is now in session! We’re here to break down the most common acronyms and terms used to guide you in the Sugar Bowl.
SD: Sugar Daddy
SM: Sugar Mommy
SB: Sugar Baby
SR: Sugar Relationship
POT: Potential – A potential SD/SM that you have been communicating with but haven’t actually met up/set up an arrangement with.
LBD: Little Black Dress – Commonly used between SB females when discussing fashion. Q: is this in reference to fashion overall or that 1 piece of clothing in an SB’s closest that makes her feel sexiest? Like, the ultimate dress?
NSA: No Strings Attached – Typically a type of relationship agreed on between all parties involved. It establishes that any feelings and emotions will be checked at the door and will not let them disrupt the arrangement.
PPM: Pay Per Meet – Not allowed on SeekingArrangement.com.
LTA: Long Term Arrangement – An arrangement that lasts more than 6 months.
STA: Short Term Arrangement – An arrangement that usually lasts less than 6 months.
LTS: Let’s Talk Sugar – The Ultimate Sugar Guide.
SA: Seeking Arrangement – World’s largest Sugar Dating site.
Sugar Pup: This term is occasionally used when referring to a male Sugar Baby.
Sugar Bowl: Used to describe the Sugar lifestyle.
Splenda Daddy/Mommy: Typically used to describe a man/woman who wants to be a Sugar Daddy/Sugar Mommy but doesn’t quite have the funds to do so. You can usually get a good friendship out of them, however don’t expect all the extra pampering with this type.
Arrangement: A relationship sort of like a business transaction. Usually negotiated between all parties involved.
Allowance: A monetary amount set by the SD given to a SB on a regular basis (weekly/monthly).
Any other Sugar lingo? Drop them in the comments below!