Dating sugar daddies
Most of the girls there weren't pretty like her, and they'd make fun of her, saying, “What are you doing here, princess? Kitten says that it isn't always about sex: There were some nebbishy men (and some women; she's sugar-dated both) who just wanted companionship.“A lot of them are very lonely and they don't have time to go through traditional dating because they're so successful.
Anyway, she asked for money up front, and he sent her 0.Instead, it was Kitten, with her fake fur and her high heels and tight jeans and her elaborately etched glitter makeup, who drew everyone's eyes—a very beautiful Bratz doll.It was Kitten, 23, lip liner slightly darker than her lipstick, lips that I sort of wanted to touch, who made a woman in her forties stare so angrily that her husband forced her to change seats so that her back was to Kitten.And that's what it came down to: “The whole concept of a sugar daddy intrigued me, because even if I were dating someone traditionally, I'd give them money anyway.”In any case, Thurston found no shortage of willing candidates eager to accept his altruism, and he dated a bunch of them at once, feeling like a “kid in a candy store.” Eventually he settled on one very beautiful woman, 28, in real estate, with a Wells Fargo account that he could drop ,000 into each month.A note on the negotiation, from Thurston: “A lot of women put like ,000” in their online profiles as their hoped-for monthly stipend, but “you just say ‘I'll give you ,000’ and they say yes.” But he was still a novice at this, so he offered her ,000, and she jumped at it. Thurston got his happy ending, and he never got scammed again.