A man in a rather difficult dilemma took to social media, asking netizens for help.
In an anonymous post on popular Facebook page NUSWhispers, the man wrote: “I want a sugar baby”.
However, he had a problem: “But I am too stingy to pay her”.
Sugar dating, also called sugaring, is a transactional dating practice typically characterized by an older wealthier person, and a younger person in need of financial assistance, for a mutually beneficial relationship. Payment can be received by way of money, gifts, support, or other material benefits in exchange for companionship or a dating-like relationship.
The man’s problem seemed to tickle netizens, who had a field day in the comments.
Here’s what they said:
Last year, in a story of a winding road leading to bad decisions, a man said that he lost control of himself because of his sugar baby’s seduction.
In a Facebook post to anonymous confessions platform NUSWhispers, one man wrote that he was an NUS alumni who graduated 10 years ago. He added that because he earned about S$20,000 a month by working at a multinational corporation and doing a side business, he was able to afford a condominium and about S$1 million in savings.
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