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Switch4MrRight1 52F  
3822 posts
10/15/2018 1:48 pm
Sugar Mama/Daddy/Baby Arrangements, would you?

If money were no object to you, would you pay for the companionship of someone?
Hell yes, I want the best money can buy
No way, I will never pay


Tbill1 53M
1043 posts
11/17/2018 8:16 am

paying for sex seems like a mood killer to me

andy


Rayateu 63M
170 posts
10/20/2018 9:50 am

Not actually pay for the companionship, but pay for a very nice trip, vacation, and so on. But first I would make sure there was a connection before she knew I had the means to pay for luxury.


100mph_tongue 64M
1577 posts
10/18/2018 3:35 am

Attraction can still be there if you make the plans before telling them that your financially OK. It matters not what you do in this life, you end up paying, so pay for exactly what you want.


FunJim65 53M  
11 posts
10/17/2018 3:36 pm

Some times people live in areas where there are very limited options. Bring some one in to make you happy is a big plus. That being said, you can live in a big city and still be lonely.


maybeyou3 47M
13 posts
10/16/2018 5:28 pm

$400 is a expensive coffee. it would of been easier to invite her back home and make her one for nothing.


txkinkster13 47M  
25 posts
10/16/2018 1:31 pm

If you truly think about dating someone is paying for the other person, (unless you go dutch). Living together unless both people work full time someone is paying.


verytallsub 38M
241 posts
10/16/2018 11:36 am

Like a Pretty Woman?


America2018 56M  
34 posts
10/16/2018 9:06 am

If there is truth to the statement, "You get what you pay for", why not buy what you want?


4_Fun_4_Me 60M
121 posts
10/16/2018 8:59 am

Everyone pays now in one way or another. Dating, dinners, drinks.... it all costs. So does living together.


curiosapuer 47M  
54 posts
10/16/2018 4:47 am

Hmm tough one. Lots of permutations

Would I like to be a gigolo, what man wouldn’t? (see below)

Would I be happy to pay for another’s time if money were no object? Never having been in the position of money being no object I can’t really say. I can imagine that priorities shift for people who have more money than they could ever hope to spend in the normal run of things.

Would I pay a lady $400 to meet me for coffee. If I thought that it could reasonably cost her $400-$800 to get from where she was to the coffee shop we were meeting at (flights, trains, taxis, hotels etc) and I really wanted to meet her possibly. If I had the spare cash and it wouldn't affect my life not to have it, probably, but preferably not in advance.

Do I want to be a pay pig for a Fin Dom? Not really, in my head I can’t get past (not sure how exactly to express it) only having value as a source of income, and having no existence for some one else beyond the time paid for. See above (gigolo) I think there’s some social norm in me that says people should have a value beyond their monetary contribution.


pp4u2whip 54M
33 posts
10/15/2018 6:18 pm

That's a tough one . If money was no object what good is it if you don't share it with your companion? You don't want to pay someone and offend them for the wrong reason either. Have to do some soul searching on this one


Switch4MrRight1 52F  
677 posts
10/15/2018 5:37 pm

Someone said a girl asked him for $400 just to show up and have coffee...


niaff16 24M
40 posts
10/15/2018 5:36 pm

I'd have a sugar mommy, sure. But there would have to be genuine attraction there


wildatheartnw01 50M  
2 posts
10/15/2018 2:46 pm

Nope, It completely takes away from the attraction. I tried once and it was a complete waste of time


diavoloslave 56M
180 posts
10/15/2018 2:32 pm

Why would I do that you'd have to be evil to do that to someone lol. Or really lonely


Switch4MrRight1 52F  
677 posts
10/15/2018 1:48 pm



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