sugar daddy


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sugar daddy

A popular term for an older man who financially supports a younger person, typically in return for sexual favours.
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Sugar Daddy arrangements have existed for ages, and it's unclear if they are becoming more common because the phenomenon is not well studied.
Yet even the most independent sugar daddy wants to feel regularly appreciated by a friendly companion.
1 percent say they prefer having Obama as their sugar daddy, with Romney taking 11.
A SUGAR daddy is not only a girl's best friend, but often enough literally everything to a football club.
He also denied that he offered to be his "sugar daddy", saying the words had been "turned around" as he had told Mr Smith he needed a sugar daddy to help him with plans to go into business.
The world famous Irish rocker, whose band is playing Cardiff's Millennium Stadium on June 29, has penned Sugar Daddy in tribute to the Welsh superstar.
Playing sugar daddy to the Catalans in early October only turns them off.
IF you haven't got a sugar daddy to take you to the theatre then splash out and treat yourself to Alan Ayckbourn's latest comedy.
The Momus scene, which has Mimi meeting the assembled Bohemians and Musetta ditching her English sugar daddy for old flame Marcello, is a spectacle of ``where do I look now?
In an RTE documentary the 32-year-old hit out at the website, particularly after meeting a vulnerable 19-year-old virgin in Dublin who had entered into a sugar daddy arrangement.