Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Bay Area Apparently the Nation's #1 Sugar-Daddy Destination (!)

By Ellen Cushing
Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 2:08 PM

Well, here's an honor to wear proudly: The Bay Area apparently boasts the nation's best odds for finding a sugar daddy, according to what we can only imagine is a totally scientifically sound study just released by the folks behind SeekingArrangement.com, the self-proclaimed "largest Sugar Daddy dating website that have been featured on the likes of Dr. Phil, 20/20, and the New York Times." And what they lack in, say, subject-verb agreement, they clearly make up for in cold, hard data: According to a press release, the company crunched numbers on "density of sugar daddies, and their average annual income, average net-worth and average monthly budget for the sugar lifestyle" for metro areas around the country, ultimately finding that the Bay Area boasts the highest density of sugar daddies — that means, NB, folks registered with the site — nationwide.

Sayeth the release: "A typical SF / Bay Area sugar daddy has an average income of $249,926, is worth about $5.7 million, and spends approximately $3,765 a month on his sugar addiction." Also, approximately 41.6 percent of them are married — a source of immense civic pride to be sure.

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