Sunday, September 1, 2013

Hey, who needs burger flippin'? Hot young university co-eds, taking up the Sugar Babe trade

Way for broke and in-debt college students to make some easy $$$. Next step, putting welfare recipients to work? 

From Eric Dondero: 

Older males paying younger women for sex with gifts, free meals and cash.  Why the hell not? Snooty conservatives and uptight liberals may have a problem with this, but we libertarians say... A-Okay! is reporting that the sugar baby industry is booming on college campuses nationwide. So much so, in fact, that a huge billboard advertising one sugar baby service is now staring college gals in their face ever day, right across from UCLA.
In January, a competitor,, which calls itself the “elite Sugar Daddy” service, released a study that alleged it was growing rapidly on U.S. college campuses. UCLA, for example, ranked 20th on a list of schools with the highest usage. That same survey noted that the average monthly compensation for a “Sugar Baby” is $3,000 per month. 
The site's marketing officer, AJ Perkins told LA Observed, a local publication, that their goal was to inform women that there are easier ways to prosper than hard work. 
"After three months of hanging out by the beach and taking it easy, we want to remind female students they have other options in life besides just hard work," he said in a statement.
Editor's comment - One suggestion: Why not expand the service by encouraging women on welfare to get off the dole, and start working for a living, instead of stealing from hardworking taxpaying men. Come to think of it, aren't these sugar babes already getting paid by our taxpayer dollars through subsidized student loans and grants? 

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