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) and it was impossible to get a sense of what these men were about.After one too many failed dates, I seriously considered starting my own dating site. Business idea: How could I make this more enjoyable for women, so they can weed out the bad eggs before suffering through a terrible date?It was pretty uncomfortable at first, since he showed up wearing a suit and asked very non-personal questions about my life."Tell me a little bit more about yourself," and, "What have you learned from your past relationships? It felt more like a job interview than a date, and there were no fireworks exploding like I had hoped.No one would ever seek out a 50-year-old sugar baby … John was a 34-year-old business executive from my town.His "Hello" note was very straightforward, even a bit cold.He'd laid all his cards on the table, and I was either in or out.
The questions were surface-level (like, do you prefer romantic comedies or horror movies?
Not when I was 21, and certainly not as a 51-year-old divorced parent of three.
Perhaps it was my Roman Catholic background that shaped my views on relationships and love, but I used to think the sugar-daddy-sugar baby dynamic was silly and taboo.
On that second date, John and I decided to give the sugar daddy-sugar baby thing a go.
(Or, "cougar baby," I guess it's called, since I'm older than him.) I told him what my car payment, rent and living expenses were, and he agreed to give me ,500 a month in cash. We were on the same page from the start, which made things easy.