Back in our college and university days, we would scrimp and save so that we had enough money to last until the next allowance, but this teen is living a lavish lifestyle while pursuing an expensive degree. Chloe Hyams, 18, is currently studying psychology and neuroscience and wants to become a chartered clinical psychologist, which requires both a master’s and doctorate degree.
If this sounds expensive to you, Chloe already has it figured out as she is a ‘sugar baby’ that can earn up to £18,000 (RM90,571) a month from six sugar daddies, which allows her to enjoy a luxury lifestyle. The teen, who is from London, said that she usually asks for a monthly allowance of ££1,500-£3,000 (RM7,548 -RM15,096) per sugar daddy. On top of that, she also demands for shopping trips, gifts, expensive dinners and holidays overseas, FEMAIL reported.
“I decided to become a sugar baby during the summer holidays before I began university as I was very concerned about money and this seemed like a very attractive option. The amount of sugar daddies I see a month is dependent upon my university schedule, during term time I will see between one to two a month, however when I’m not at university that amount could vary anywhere between four to six a month,” the student says.
She also says in return, she would see each of her sugar daddies two to four times a month, depending on the schedule. Chloe adds that she has only offers her excellent companionship, and she doesn’t get intimate with her sugar daddies. “All of my arrangements have been completely platonic and are based solely on companionship. In the future, I would like a relationship, but not with a sugar daddy,” she explains.
Chloe usually meets potential sugar daddies on the website Seeking Arrangement and told FEMAIL that her family members do not know about her being a sugar baby. However, her friends are supportive and she has even helped her friends become sugar babies as well.
When asked about the types of gifts she receives, Chloe says that her sugar daddies lavish her with designer goods as well. “I’ve accumulated luxury items, including numerous designer bags, shoes, watches, clothing and jewellery. I have received Tiffany and Swarovski jewellery, around £800 (RM4,025) worth of designer shoes, AirPods, a Christian la croix handbag and university textbooks to the value of £200 (RM1,000),” she says.
While many students are bending over backward to study and work part-time jobs for a bit of extra cash, Chloe says that being a sugar baby has made her life better. She now has more time to study and is living comfortably, without the usual financial problems that a student will face.
When asked to describe an ideal sugar baby, Chloe says, “She is a young, ambitious and attractive female, who has clear, outlined goals and desires, and enjoys the company of older and wiser men, whom she can learn from.” Meanwhile, the sugar baby has some key tips for girls out there who want to have similar lifestyles.
“One conversation starter which I like to employ, is: ‘Tell me one surprising fact about yourself.’ This starter stands out and enables you to connect on a deeper level. When it comes to asking questions, it is important to first ask the potential Sugar Daddy about himself, before moving on to questions regarding the potential arrangement – usually on the second date. I ask about his hobbies, interests and favourite places to travel. Then I’ll usually ask whether they’ve had any previous arrangements and what they were. I then find out what their ideal arrangement would be,” she explains.
She certainly looks like she’s enjoying herself! What do you think of this arrangement?
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