The sugardaddy bars/lounges/nightclubs in Ft Lauderdale

  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 20, 2015 9:26 PM GMT
    So what places do I check out that I could meet a potential sugar dad at ? I'm tired of the online site thing having done it for awhile. Nothing but hypocrites, fakes, players and hook up artist. Haven't really wanted to go this route not really into bars/clubs at all, but maybe it will work better finding and meeting someone in person. Thanks for any suggestions.
  • mybud

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    Mar 20, 2015 11:12 PM GMT
    Hoes gunna HOE
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    Mar 21, 2015 1:36 AM GMT
    Oh, I don't know----seems kinda refreshing to me that the guy is so totally upfront about what he wants and what he has to offer. Pussy for security----haven't women been doing that for, like, centuries?
  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 2:04 AM GMT
    pazzy saidis this dude serious? icon_neutral.gif

    you're complaining about fakes, players and hypocrites when you're basically all of the three. there's no way you're going to find a sugar daddy without playing or faking. you can always be a prostitute if you always want money.


    I'm very serious! Not complaining at all. The fact the internet allows anyone to masquerade as something they aren't is all to easy and prevalent. And who are you to judge me ? There's a right and wrong way to do things. I only asked for some places to check out. Not to be criticized!
  • jo2hotbod

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    Mar 21, 2015 2:32 AM GMT
    FLASurfboy said
    pazzy saidis this dude serious? icon_neutral.gif

    you're complaining about fakes, players and hypocrites when you're basically all of the three. there's no way you're going to find a sugar daddy without playing or faking. you can always be a prostitute if you always want money.


    I'm very serious! Not complaining at all. The fact the internet allows anyone to masquerade as something they aren't is all to easy and prevalent. And who are you to judge me ? There's a right and wrong way to do things. I only asked for some places to check out. Not to be criticized!


    Don't pay any attention to that racist, hypocrite. That douche has no comprehension with reality compared to his personal delusion. Idiot he is.
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    Mar 21, 2015 4:43 AM GMT
    If you were a REAL baller then guys would approach you. I get approached with offers from "generous" men ALL. THE. TIME.

    Of course I ignore them because that's not my style, but if it is, who am I to judge?


  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 5:10 AM GMT
    jo2hotbod said
    FLASurfboy said
    pazzy saidis this dude serious? icon_neutral.gif

    you're complaining about fakes, players and hypocrites when you're basically all of the three. there's no way you're going to find a sugar daddy without playing or faking. you can always be a prostitute if you always want money.


    I'm very serious! Not complaining at all. The fact the internet allows anyone to masquerade as something they aren't is all to easy and prevalent. And who are you to judge me ? There's a right and wrong way to do things. I only asked for some places to check out. Not to be criticized!


    Don't pay any attention to that racist, hypocrite. That douche has no comprehension with reality compared to his personal delusion. Idiot he is.


    Are you directing this at me ?
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    Mar 21, 2015 5:11 AM GMT
    Almost all the gay bars in Wilton Manors, which as you must know borders Fort Lauderdale, have older customers, a lot of retirees. Exceptions would include The Manor, and Hunters, that have disco dancing.

    A good many older guys are couples, but some single. The oldest crowd, assuming you equate age with sugar daddy, is Tropics.

    Where you would stick out like a sore thumb. Be aware that the bartenders in most places are on the lookout for younger guys they would see as hustlers, if you start hitting on older guys for drinks. If you're not buying your own you may be asked to leave.

    And the other customers also may shut down hustlers. We ourselves have a fairly wealthy older friend, who's given money away to younger guys, later regretting it, naturally, but now he's got a reputation as an easy mark. As a result, whenever we see him we sit on either side of him at the bar, never leaving an open seat next to him. He's very sweet but gullible. And he thanks us for doing that.

    And not that we're keeping him for ourselves. Often we buy HIM drinks, and he's been over to our house for dinner, and we go out to restaurants together, along with other friends.

    But we guard that guy like hawks against hustlers, if that's what you are. That also happens elsewhere around town. And so you won't be welcome in many places.

    If your goals are less mercenary, then fine. But using the term sugar daddy is rather self-incriminating.
  • SilverRRCloud

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    Mar 21, 2015 5:57 AM GMT
    I have no problem with someone being called a sugar daddy. Or someone else being a kept boy.

    Some people may not like the idea, the others may find it outright outrageous or reprehensible but this mode of m2m relationship has been with us for thousands of years. This ain't going to change any time soon either...

    As with so many things in life, it boils down very much to how you do the things. A dude who is openly saying that he is looking for a sugar daddy, has little to hide. His standing is clear. He is not manipulating anyone into doing anything that they do not want to do in the first place. I find this to be laudable in itself.

    Successful people of both genders have always endeavored to enjoy the perks that success brings along. One of them is to have a partner whose market value on the daily fresh meat market is far above their own. This simply comes with the territory.

    Very few people are working towards making a big 6-7 figure annual income simply in order to be able to have two dinners a day instead of one. I have yet to meet a guy who sleeps in different bedrooms every hour of the night because his house has so many bedrooms that he can do this.

    It happens so that people, even very wealthy people like other people. If their looks and other attributes cannot get them who they want, plenty of disposable cash will do the trick, won't it?

    Now, being a kept boy is a job. Some people like the idea. The others do not. If anyone chooses to go that way instead of flipping the burgers or being a cashier at the Wal Mart's, who are we to judge them?

    SC



  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 9:46 AM GMT
    Art_Deco saidAlmost all the gays bars in Wilton Manors, which as you must know borders Fort Lauderdale, have older customers, a lot of retirees. Exceptions would include The Manor, and Hunters, that have disco dancing.

    A good many older guys are couples, but some single. The oldest crowd, assuming you equate age with sugar daddy, is Tropics.

    Where you would stick out like a sore thumb. Be aware that the bartenders in most places are on the lookout for younger guys they would see as hustlers, if you start hitting on older guys for drinks. If you're not buying your own you may be asked to leave.

    And the other customers also may shut down hustlers. We ourselves have a fairly wealthy older friend, who's given money away to younger guys, later regretting it, naturally, but now he's got a reputation as an easy mark. As a result, whenever we see him we sit on either side of him at the bar, never leaving an open seat next to him. He's very sweet but gullible. And he thanks us for doing that.

    And not that we're keeping him for ourselves. Often we buy HIM drinks, and he's been over to our house for dinner, and we go out to restaurants together, along with other friends.

    But we guard that guy like hawks against hustlers, if that's what you are. That also happens elsewhere around town. And so you won't be welcome in many places.

    If your goals are less mercenary, then fine. But using the term sugar daddy is rather self-incriminating.


    Thank you Art! I appreciate the insight on PLACES, and yes I already knew about Wilton. I was told Tropics would be the place to smooze. And yes I don't intend to loaf a drink. I'm not broke. My goals are FINDING the person who just happens to be well off, not just for sake of money. Too much history with family and money to be like that. Having been a very seasoned and experienced househusband I bring a tremendous edge with me. Maybe I should have said gentleman, but really there shouldn't be anything negative about being a sugar daddy...why ? Because there are stupid idiot kids green with envy fvcking up the works, when there are others who play by different rules. So in all honesty it shouldn't be the concept that's vilified, but rather the individual "boy" who should know the code of ethics involved. Yes, there is a code when it's properly done. The bad apples continue to grow a stigma icon_twisted.gif
  • MikemikeMike

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    Mar 21, 2015 9:58 AM GMT
    Lolololololol.....!
  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 9:58 AM GMT
    SilverRRCloud saidI have no problem with someone being called a sugar daddy. Or someone else being a kept boy.

    Some people may not like the idea, the others may find it outright outrageous or reprehensible but this mode of m2m relationship has been with us for thousands of years. This ain't going to change any time soon either...

    As with so many things in life, it boils down very much to how you do the things. A dude who is openly saying that he is looking for a sugar daddy, has little to hide. His standing is clear. He is not manipulating anyone into doing anything that they do not want to do in the first place. I find this to be laudable in itself.

    Successful people of both genders have always endeavored to enjoy the perks that success brings along. One of them is to have a partner whose market value on the daily fresh meat market is far above their own. This simply comes with the territory.

    Very few people are working towards making a big 6-7 figure annual income simply in order to be able to have two dinners a day instead of one. I have yet to meet a guy who sleeps in different bedrooms every hour of the night because his house has so many bedrooms that he can do this.

    It happens so that people, even very wealthy people like other people. If their looks and other attributes cannot get them who they want, plenty of disposable cash will do the trick, won't it?

    Now, being a kept boy is a job. Some people like the idea. The others do not. If anyone chooses to go that way instead of flipping the burgers or being a cashier at the Wal Mart's, who are we to judge them?

    SC






    An extremely fresh and positive perspective. Very well said! It is a job, and can nearly be like a marriage on many levels. So what, one person doesn't work, and the other does. Do we have this sexist ideal, that it's not permissible for another male not to work, but in the straight world, plenty of women don't have to work ? This is what I mean by hypocritical.
  • MikemikeMike

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    Mar 21, 2015 10:19 AM GMT
    Champagne taste on a beer budget.icon_idea.gifIn an Internet generation the men with the money can get different young men every week if they want. Shit I can get them and not pay a dime if that is whati wanted. I don't.
    Two quotes you know the authors, wait you probably don't. A fool and his money are soon parted. Beauty is temporary and dumb is forever. In your case OP you're not that cute and your body isn't that desirable.icon_idea.gif
    Variety is the spice of life.
    Keep your day job.icon_lol.gif the world seems to need baristas too.
    I hate coffee.
    Straight men look for someone to love and care about them. Woman have a greater capacity to love someone they are not attracted to, that is just a fact.
    Many straight men want to marry these woman and they do. They are in it for the long term. The percentage of gay men that marry a young gay man is far far less.
  • hotaeroboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 6:21 PM GMT
    most of the older sugar daddies though move on to the next spring chicken once you become tired and old news.
  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 6:51 PM GMT
    hotaeroboy saidmost of the older sugar daddies though move on to the next spring chicken once you become tired and old news.


    That's true if the sugar boy only has looks and a body to offer, I do not quantify myself just as that. I have talent and skill to offer that is not ordinary. Furthermore I do not have to justify myself, to nothing but hate spewing at me!
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    Mar 21, 2015 7:09 PM GMT
    FLASurfboy said Do we have this sexist ideal, that it's not permissible for another male not to work, but in the straight world, plenty of women don't have to work ? This is what I mean by hypocritical.

    Yes, it probably is hypocritical. But I embrace that attitude.

    Evolution designed the male of our species to be the worker bees; our job is to bring home the bacon, be the bread winner, the provider, etc. Women are the baby makers and they've been genetically programmed to be mesmerized by babies and to want to stay home and take care of them.

    So a guy who doesn't want to work and stay at home while someone else provides for him feels inherently wrong to me. Even though on a purely objective level there's nothing wrong with it. But nevertheless my subjective feelings about it are negative.
  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 7:28 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    FLASurfboy said Do we have this sexist ideal, that it's not permissible for another male not to work, but in the straight world, plenty of women don't have to work ? This is what I mean by hypocritical.

    Yes, it probably is hypocritical. But I embrace that attitude.

    Evolution designed the male of our species to be the worker bees; our job is to bring home the bacon, be the bread winner, the provider, etc. Women are the baby makers and they've been genetically programmed to be mesmerized by babies and to want to stay home and take care of them.

    So a guy who doesn't want to work and stay at home while someone else provides for him feels inherently wrong to me. Even though on a purely objective level there's nothing wrong with it. But nevertheless my subjective feelings about it are negative.


    There is no probably! It is hypocritical! What if the particular male is not designed to work ? What if the particular male has tried to work, but it just doesn't last long ? What if it's bigger factors, like real unemployment numbers ? With 90 MILLION not even in the work force! Factors of underemployment. Factors that there are not very high-paying jobs out there to begin with. Let's get real here because everything has been outsourced to Asia. You baby boomers don't get it, once we crest the retirement wave and spending, there is nothing but air under this economy and entire financial system!
  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 8:22 PM GMT
    This is for all those guys who still have an antiquated mindset accustomed to the way things used to be! I was not allowed to fall in this trap thanks to my ex partner. The next time you utter "go get a job" you need to think more carefully today, because when you do this, you show an ignorance about the real world around you! I have always heard there is a saying, ignorance is bliss!

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  • Beeftastic

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    Mar 21, 2015 10:50 PM GMT
    I am in the sugar daddy demographic, I'm older, established, and I do tend to like younger fit guys. But for me, I find the idea that someone is into to me in large part for their economic gain (and as a way to make their life easier and allow them to coast on their good looks) is about the biggest turn off there is.

    One of the traits I find attractive in someone is a strong drive to succeed, a passion to accomplish something, and make a mark. And that is pretty incompatible with a sugar babies mindset. Yes I've met a lot of those guys that mouth these things, but I've never seen it in action.

    The dynamic of these relationships is by nature kind of screwed up too, it's based on two people using each other. The daddy never really respects the baby, and the baby never really gets emotional satisfaction out of it. Sex is always some kind of negotiation, a quid pro quo, and after a few sexual encounters, that's not very satisfying for most people either. Depending on how wealthy and arrogant the dad is, the expiration date on the boy is also much quicker than the boys usually think too!

  • hotaeroboy

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    Mar 21, 2015 11:24 PM GMT
    which is pretty much what I summarized. most older sugar daddies aren't looking for anything more than a young chicken to have hanging around them for sex.
    99% are not looking to get into a deep intimate relationship at their stage in life. If they do, it tends to be for a short time then on to the next hot young boy.

    But hey, give it a shot if that's what you want to do.
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    Mar 21, 2015 11:42 PM GMT
    FLASurfboy said
    hotaeroboy said
    most of the older sugar daddies though move on to the next spring chicken once you become tired and old news.

    That's true if the sugar boy only has looks and a body to offer, I do not quantify myself just as that. I have talent and skill to offer that is not ordinary.

    I'm not sure you really understand the market you're trying to break into.

    A personal story about the Fort Lauderdale-area gay community:

    When I moved here 8 years ago nobody knew me. And I didn't come with a lot of stuff. I left almost everything I had behind with my ex-BF. Piano, flat-screen TV, furniture, kitchenware, etc, I just didn't wanna be bothered, when I didn't know where I was headed, what I was doing.

    And a lot of bad memories that I just wanted to finally put behind me. Most of those things had been gifts from me for my late partner, and they reminded me of that loss. I couldn't look at them anymore.

    So I basically arrived here with little more than luggage. And my future husband started dating me, eventually taking me into his home. I'll never forget that he did that when I appeared to be little more than a homeless, penniless drifter.

    And you shoulda seen his gay friends, all couples, circle the wagons! It was so obvious! I may have been in my late 50s, but a gold-digger is still a gold-digger, and can have his sugar daddy. Their hostility & distrust was palpable.

    So a few months after I moved in I bought my partner a brand new car, 100% cash, and put it in his name, and took care of the insurance and gas, as I still do. And started buying him other things, like a big flat screen TV, a dishwasher (his broken), new computer, bed, all kinds of stuff, started paying all his monthly bills.

    All of a sudden I was nicknamed "Saint Robert" by his friends, who invited me into their homes, giving me smiles where previously there had been scowls.

    Be aware this can be a very tight-knit & protective gay community. I'm part of it myself now. Come here as a leech, a gold digger, and you're gonna find it rough going.

    And as was already mentioned here, sugar daddies often quickly tire of their bois. A wonderful dramatic example is the HBO Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra".

    Many sugar daddies are always looking for newer & fresher candy, so don't expect to have a steady job in that field. Not a lot of long-term career prospects there. Come to the market with some cash of your own, and you might have a better chance. Talent & skill alone may not be enough, unless you can convert that into actual income, and support yourself on more than good looks & charm.
  • FLASurfboy

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    Mar 22, 2015 1:07 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    FLASurfboy said
    hotaeroboy said
    most of the older sugar daddies though move on to the next spring chicken once you become tired and old news.

    That's true if the sugar boy only has looks and a body to offer, I do not quantify myself just as that. I have talent and skill to offer that is not ordinary.

    I'm not sure you really understand the market you're trying to break into.

    A personal story about the Fort Lauderdale-area gay community:

    When I moved here 8 years ago nobody knew me. And I didn't come with a lot of stuff. I left almost everything I had behind with my ex-BF. Piano, flat-screen TV, furniture, kitchenware, etc, I just didn't wanna be bothered, when I didn't know where I was headed, what I was doing.

    And a lot of bad memories that I just wanted to finally put behind me. Most of those things had been gifts from me for my late partner, and they reminded me of that loss. I couldn't look at them anymore.

    So I basically arrived here with little more than luggage. And my future husband started dating me, eventually taking me into his home. I'll never forget that he did that when I appeared to be little more than a homeless, penniless drifter.

    And you shoulda seen his gay friends, all couples, circle the wagons! It was so obvious! I may have been in my late 50s, but a gold-digger is still a gold-digger, and can have his sugar daddy. Their hostility & distrust was palpable.

    So a few months after I moved in I bought my partner a brand new car, cash, and put it in his name, and took care of the insurance and gas. And started buying him other things, like a big flat screen TV, a dishwasher (his broken), new computer, bed, all kinds of stuff, started paying all his monthly bills.

    All of a sudden I was nicknamed "Saint Robert" by his friends, who invited me into their homes, giving me smiles where previously there had been scowls.

    Be aware this can be a very tight-knit & protective gay community. I'm part of it myself now. Come here as a leech, a gold digger, and you're gonna find it rough going.

    And as was already mentioned here, sugar daddies often quickly tire of their bois. A wonderful dramatic example is the HBO Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra".

    Many sugar daddies are always looking for newer & fresher candy, so don't expect to have a steady job in that field. Not a lot of long-term career prospects there. Come to the market with some cash of your own, and you might have a better chance. Talent & skill alone may not be enough, unless you can convert that into actual income, and support yourself on more than good looks & charm.


    Thanks for sharing the story Art! I appreciate the message that you have conveyed to me. There is more to this than meets the eye, but it just cannot be said in public. I have over 4000 in my bank account, A mid 700s credit score, A rental condo in my name. I have no intention of coming to the table with tens of thousands in debt and broke. Let's just say I make income, but my income is not steady and goes into long periods of languish. As the season goes, so will the decline. My goal is finding a relationship for stability. Sure I know lots of sugar daddies are chicken chasers, but I'm looking for a real gentleman. I will stick to my guns until I find a real gentleman that knows I have a lot more to contribute that just looks body and sexual skills! My experience nearlly tamount's marriage! For someone my age that is rare. There is also a worth on character and values, with how many that are very shallow and superficial. I am as real as it gets!
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    Mar 22, 2015 2:05 AM GMT
    Check your RJ email. I gave you some advice tailored to this area.
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    Mar 22, 2015 2:34 AM GMT
    About a week ago some guy "claiming" to be the one in the pic on his profile was hitting on me and we got to talking. He had a pic of a 18yo guy with body of one that was about 150lbs but he claimed he was 220 and goes to gym. The weight stated didnt match the profile pic, unless he had killer body builder legs (which I couldnt see in the pic) which wouldnt look good compared to his upper torso. Anyhow. After I got hime to send pics, he confessed and not in any shape. which was true. He still claimed he was 38YO though. He looked 45. I told him to get lost.

    BOY.. if only you were closer to me.... LOL.
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    davidingeorgia saidAbout a week ago some guy "claiming" to be the one in the pic on his profile was hitting on me and we got to talking. He had a pic of a 18yo guy with body of one that was about 150lbs but he claimed he was 220 and goes to gym. The weight stated didnt match the profile pic, unless he had killer body builder legs (which I couldnt see in the pic) which wouldnt look good compared to his upper torso. Anyhow. After I got hime to send pics, he confessed and not in any shape. which was true. He still claimed he was 38YO though. He looked 45. I told him to get lost.

    BOY.. if only you were closer to me.... LOL.

    I'm confused - what are you saying?

    The OP's pic does look somewhat familiar to me, from our local Fort Lauderdale area. Are you saying it's stolen?