Papa Don’t Preach: Cambridge Uni 4th in Sugar Daddy Hunt
HARRY SHUKMAN discovers that Cambridge has come 4th in the most prolific sugar daddy dating website users.
Cambridge University has been ranked 4th in the UK on a sugar daddy dating site as over 150 students are online trying to snag a rich partner.
Web matchmakers Seeking Arrangement put younger women students together with older wealthy men for what they call “mutually benficial [sic] relationships.”
Last year Cambridge held the coveted number one spot as the uni with the most students “seeking sugar”.
But now we’ve been bested by Kent, who have 208 students registered online, Nottingham with 195, and Manchester with 175, compared to Cambridge’s 166.
Founder Brandon Wade, whose entrepreneurial vision also includes Carrot Dating (“bribe your way to a date”) and Miss Travel (“attractive girls travel free”) said “We’re not only helping students achieve financial freedom, but also indirectly relieving the government from the burden of unpaid loans.
“If less students depended on loans and more graduates paid off their loans, then the overall budget for higher would decrease dramatically.”
The website, originally set up in the States, advertises that the average sugar babies make about $3000 a month, which “could be used to pay tuition or just truly enjoy the college life. Say bye, bye to nasty Ramen Noodles, and hello to numerous pairs of designer duds.”
Seeking Arrangement claims over a million women worldwide use their services.
So if you have unresolved issues with your parents and think letting an older man pay you to date him is a good idea, sign up today.