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SeekingArrangement.com, which advertises itself as the premiere site for sugar babies to meet sugar daddies, has announced that they now have 40,000 school teachers listed on their site. I wonder if the NEA knows about this. If they did, they’d probably want a cut of that, too. I’m a little surprised, but maybe not. They seem to be willing to give it away to their students but want to charge their daddies for the same thing.
I think back to my own school days. No parent ever had to worry about Miss Randall, my 4th grade teacher seducing their children. She was always too busy adjusting her support hose and slugging down mixed drinks. (Geritol laced prune juice) I never found her lumbago or gout all that appealing and at three for a quarter, I’m sure her career as a sugar baby would not have led to an early retirement.
However, according to Brandon Wade, the website’s founder and CEO, it’s become a booming business. His public relations manager, Jennifer Gwynn, said the average age of teachers on their site is between 28 and 33 and they usually demand $3,000 a month for their after hours tutoring. $4,000 if you happen to live in New York or LA. I guess there must be a lot of “buysexual” sugar daddies, otherwise the babies would have to drop their prices.
You know, I’m thinking of starting a business of my own. There are probably a lot of old geezers like myself, who just can’t afford $3,000 a month. If I could just line up a few dozen of these teachers, I could start selling time shares. Think about it for a minute. Four sugar daddies could pay $850 apiece for 7 days during the month. (Days would be decided by monthly lotteries, which could be televised on pay per view) And men love teachers. If you do something wrong, they make you do it all over again.
Oh, well, it would never work. I’d be deluged by union reps insisting the teachers were underpaid and they would complain about overcrowding in the bedroom.