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  • Bubbles 3:35 pm on June 28, 2011 Permalink  

    sugar daddy 4 me 

    Just like there are things you must do, there are several things that should never be done while in pursuit of a sugar daddy 4 me. Most of these tips should be common sense and if you have had any experience with sugar daddy dating you should be familiar with them already. This said, it’s always a good idea to revise what you already know. In this business, you are the product and your goal here is to make the “sale” of your lifetime. Naturally you want to get the highest price possible. So, be prepared, take a look in the mirror and be constructively critical of yourself. We women are the experts in this field – we know that decorating a cake with pretty icing and a ribbon makes it more appetizing, so we must apply the same philosophy to our own appearance. Forget the natural, no make-up look. Forget crossing the street in your pajamas to get a carton of milk from the store. Every time you leave the house, aim to look your best – you never know who you might run in to. And, unlike in so many normal relationships, we must not let our appearances suffer as the relationship develops. So often, women get comfortable in a relationship and become less concerned with their appearance which was the reason for the initial attraction. On the contrary, to be a successful Sugar Baby, you must strive every day to be more attractive than yesterday.

  • Bubbles 10:51 am on June 13, 2011 Permalink  

    Sharks in the Maldives. There are many different types of sharks in the Maldives which make it a very attractive scuba diving destination, especially since the types of sharks in the Maldives are generally considered to be non-agressive. For scuba divers, the most commonly sighted sharks in the Maldives are the grey reef shark and white tip reef shark. The whale shark, the largest fish in the world, is another special fish found in Maldives and is seen on the surface, making it a popular sight among both scuba divers and snorkelers. You can find out more about sharks in the Maldives at http://www.maldivesdivetravel.com.


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