QUESTION: My sugar daddy always buys me expensive gifts, but he has really bad taste, so I never really like what he picks out. How do I get him to buy me stuff that I would actually like?
CHELSEA SAYS: You obviously need to get a little better at dropping hints around your sugar daddy. He’s probably not giving you what you want because he has no idea what you want. When you see something you like, casually show him a picture and say something like, “What do you think of these shoes? Aren’t they adorable?” The key is to be subtle, not obvious.
You can also suggest that you and your sugar daddy go shopping together—not so you can pick out your own goodies (or so he’ll think), but because it’s a great way to spend an afternoon together. Or, when you know he’s got plans of his own, tell him that you’re going out for a shopping date with the girls. If your sugar daddy is down to spoil you with gifts, I’m sure he’d have no problem handing over his credit card.
Whatever you do, do not damage his ego. What he clearly wants to be for you is a provider. So, let him provide. You’re just showing him how he can be a more valuable provider for you. It’s not that you don’t appreciate what he gives you, you should be thankful no matter what. You’re just pointing him in the right direction, that’s all.
Also, be conscious and make mental notes of what your sugar daddy is giving you—he’s probably giving you what he wants to see you in. We all tend to do to others what we want for ourselves, even when we’re doing something as selfless as giving expensive gifts. He’s giving you that flashy necklace because he thinks you would look good in it, not because he’s trying to make you look like a fool. Would it really kill you to wear it once in a while, just to make your sugar daddy happy?