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The women aren’t just talk, either, with four in ten having agreed to a date with a suitor who’s used a cheesy line on them, and one in ten even going on to have a long-term relationship with their admirer. If I told you that you had a nice body, would you hold it against me? Do you mind if I stare at you up close instead of from across the room? Hi, I just wanted to give you the satisfaction of turning me down. I seem to have lost my number, can I have yours instead?
Another 64 per cent say they would happily go out with a man who was attractive if he used a naff one-liner on them - with ‘Apart from being beautiful, what do you do for a living?
Four in ten admit they deliver a corny line on a regular basis to try to get a date with a girl, and more than eight per cent think they would have more success with the ladies if they used chat-up lines more often.
’ and ‘If I told you that you had a nice body, would you hold it against me? And 59 per cent think using a chat-up line shows a man has got a great sense of humour, while another 58 per cent believe it proves he’s confident. Not long after the earliest online dating services, including and e Harmony, launched, sugar baby websites took the concept and turned it on its head.The predominating question on these sites, where wealthy, older men are paired with young, beautiful women is this: Why deal with the unknowns of a traditional relationship when you could enter into an arrangement with fixed terms?Though most sugar baby and sugar daddy websites resemble traditional dating sites with their portrayals of beautiful singles and testimonials touting their success in finding a partner, the language used is different.On almost every sugar baby and sugar daddy website the words "pamper" and "spoil" are everywhere, emphasizing the transactional nature of the relationship.