How to find out if he's a fake sugar daddy tips: Because this blog is already somehow getting hits for it.
So you've sold out on the idea of a loving relationship where companionship and compassion for one another is the stable pillar of your life. You know what you want--and it's something tangible. You're a gold digger and you've found your way here.
- Statistically, the truth is, he probably is a fake sugar daddy. A very small percentage of the population is financially equipped to offer you the sugar daddy privilege. A small portion of those men are willing to be a sugar daddy. An even smaller portion of those men may be in your area. This depends on where you live (you may be SOL if you're in BFE). An even smaller portion will be where you're trying to pick them up. And then, it's whether he wants you vs. another girl. Or girls. At this point, it's definitely helpful if you have something on your side like good looks. A cute smile and bubbly personality can only get you so far with a man who can pick and choose from a plethora of gold diggers.
- Realize that there is a difference between material possessions and a lifestyle. What exactly are you looking for? Some michelin stars here and there, a pair of croc very prives, a small vacation? Or are you looking for the full blown luxury lifestyle? Are you willing to lower your standards to include commercial air travel, or are you looking for someone who will charter a jet for you? Is it your ambition to buy a different leather & color combination bag from every Hermes store in the world? It takes a significantly smaller salary and net worth to accommodate aspects of the luxury lifestyle than the full lifestyle. What are you willing to settle for?
- Okay, now that you figured out what you wanted--look at yourself. Are you really good enough to fight your way through an entire horde of gold diggers who are chasing after the same exact thing? Your looks are fading--you're aging every second, and the tans, the drinks, they're not helping you out. If he's done well for himself, he's set for life. Are you? What value do you hold after your looks fade? How will you fend for yourself after he trades you in? I hope you find a good surgeon. Or you'll get lucky and find a finicky thing called love moseying into the relationship.
- Wait, so you have a guy and you want to know if he's a fake. Please refer to #1. He probably is. Does the white of his eyes ever so slightly widen when you order a nice bottle of wine or top shelf alcohol? Does he drive his sports car everywhere--because it's his only car? Use common sense. He probably is.
- Talk is cheap. Any guy can talk up a storm about his travels, his purchases, ect. Hell, even a guy who is pretty broke can go into debt for that orange togo kelly. However, note that if a guy is bragging, he's either 1. insecure and doesn't have anything. 2. is insecure and is desperate. Do you really want those choices? Money is money, you say?
- Take a good look at his place--furniture is something that can definitely get pricey, but is easy to cheap out on. Underneath that wood-looking surface, do you find particleboard pieces from IKEA? Are his pillows ploh, or are they made out of dust mites and chicken feathers?
- His watch--or watch collection. The most obscure and low key pieces are often the most exclusive and high end. Know your watches.
- His car--or car collection. Has he rebadged any cars? Yeah? RUN. Not only is he a fake, but a douchebag as well (not that you cared).
- Refer to #1. Good luck, but you'll most likely fail. Have fun!
In all seriousness, try a shot at finding someone who you'll actually be happy with. Unless you really hate yourself or something. Don't date douchebags--find a nice guy. Not a loser, but a nice guy. It may not be the most glamorous lifestyle, but it's a happy one. And sometimes, you get nice things, too--all because he loves you. Not because that's the only thing keeping you around.