Woodside, California is a quaint, wealthy suburb in San Mateo County, situated about 20 minutes from the tech hub of Palo Alto. Because of its close proximity to big tech companies like Google and Facebook, many wealthy entrepreneurs (including Larry Ellison!) call Woodside home. And now, because of its plethora of eligible rich men, online dating startup SugarDaddie.com, which unites “wealthy, desirable and attractive people,” has offered the town $11.65 million to officially change its name to SugarDaddie.com, USA.
It’s not the worst idea we’ve ever heard.
Hey Sexy Lady
Ladiesss! Is the idea that the country might careen over the fiscal cliff, thereby increasing your tax bill in 2013, getting you down?
Well, banish any worries about the clowns in our nation’s capital from your pretty little head. The Internet, it turns out, has already provided you with a solution. All you have to do is conquer any culturally inculcated resistance to the idea of taking bribes for access to your body and/or companionship. Simple!
There are many important factors to consider when evaluating a potential sugar daddy. Perhaps a less common metric than net worth: Is he a man of faith? If so, which faith?
The personals site SeekingArrangement.com (“The #1 Sugar Daddy Dating Site,” they tell us) has released the results of a study on the religious preferences of its population of would-be benefactors. The most common religion: Judaism, clocking in at 28 percent.