Some Poignancy And Smartass Musings

Considerations by Gary Hambley

It’s A Duck!

It’s a Duck!

I don’t care how you choose to see something for yourself. I do care that when brought to light the choices aren’t sugar coated. I do care that an action is appropriately and correctly called what it is.

Going through my news feeds and I see a story on, The Toronto Star, “Some university students seeking sugar daddy”.

This is the comment I made, “Tell me how this isn’t prostitution? Sexual favours for money. The woman is a hooker, period end of story”. I read the story after I made my comment and reading the story confirmed exactly what I thought and said!

Here is a paragraph from the story, “Now, almost three years and several sugar daddies later, Kashani is set to graduate from Villanova University free and clear, while some of her peers are burdened with six-digit debts”.

The story does note that the same arrangement can be had by men at, “Sugar Mamma” sites. I’m thinking if we call them “Cougars with blingefits” we’re on to something! Let’s be real here, how many under 40 got the coin to make it happen?

Some of the posted comments I saw by women flabbergasted me. Comments that condoned the “Sugar Daddy” agreement.

I truly wonder what these women would say if it was their father, or brother, or son, or significant other who did such a thing and/or got busted for availing himself of a prostitute. What the money is used for by the individual receiving the cash is irrelevant. Can’t you just imagine the conversations?

Let me see if I can make up a short conversation up for you using the premise that “Male Helper” has arrived home after being arrested and “Sanctimonious Female” who had condoned the “Sugar Daddy” behaviour by women knows. I am presuming of course that those two people are talking to each other and the guy was allowed in to his own house.

Male Helper: I was just helping a poor unfortunate girl with tuition fees.
Sanctimonious Female: You went out and got a hooker!
Male Helper: No! I was helping and I distinctly remember you saying you understood those poor girls need.
Sanctimonious Female: You went out and got a hooker!
Male Helper: I remember you saying you didn’t see anything wrong if both people agreed.
Sanctimonious Female: YOU WENT OUT AND GOT A HOOKER!
Male Helper: I did no such thing she’s a student in a cash crunch.
Sanctimonious Female: YOU WENT OUT AND GOT A HOOKER!
Male Helper: Hypocrite.
Sanctimonious Female: Don’t yell at me I’m sensitive.

Sure that exchange is a semi ridiculous argument. Arguing that the woman in the Star story isn’t a hooker is completely ridiculous.

Someone tell me what should be done if the woman reneges on the agreement?

If a man decides to just take what he believes he’s entitled to because he’s paid the woman for it is he guilty of a crime? We got a whole new set of circumstances with repercussion now don’t we?

If a man is paying for the apartment and it is in his name he’s rightfully entitled to have his guest removed if that guest won’t remove themselves. Is the woman going to walk in to a court or tell police there is a sexual agreement in place that allows her to live at said apartment?

In the story it is said the guys paying this woman were more like friends. If that’s the rationalization or justification she wants to make to better cope with what she’s doing, so be it. I can appreciate and fully understand friends with benefits. I also know that money isn’t exchanged between friends with benefits.

Some of the comments I saw by men stated they knew of women who were living the “Sugar Daddy Life” to maintain a standard of living and seeing a “Boy Friend” too. Frankly I see prostitute and client. A couple comments touched on guys who found out what their supposed “Girl Friend” was doing.

So many questions requiring so many answers and not a damn one of those answers good.

Very simply, if it walks like a duck, talks like a duck and flies united like a duck, it’s a duck! Call it what it is. You can figure out exactly what kind of duck later.

Fly United Sketch

Now if this duck eats some other duck’s bread stick because the duck is starving, I’d be empathetic and want to help that duck. If said duck goes after the bread stick because it wants a two story nest, I aint in the least empathetic.

Before I close this off a couple of things for the women.

First, girls lemme tell you, there is something worse a man can call a woman than the “C” word.

Second thing and it is a truth, “Bros before Ho’s”. If you have availed yourself of a Sugar Daddy and a guy ever finds out, he will tell his Bro. When that happens, those two words that are beyond the “C” word will come out.

And women thought guys weren’t sensitive!
That would also be D U C T tape not D U C K!

Seat Note

G.R. Hambley ©
May 30, 2016

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4 responses to “It’s A Duck!

  1. Sister Madly May 31, 2016 at 5:26 PM

    Suppose any of them list their sugar daddies under ‘previous employment’ on their resumes? Or pay taxes on the money earned- it IS income, after all, and they ARE doing a job…?

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    • G. R. Hambley May 31, 2016 at 5:34 PM

      I suppose no on both counts!

      Supposedly this individual got a Law degree and I do know something about that. You think an individual with a Law Degree would be clever enough to not set themselves up to go down the same way Al Capone did.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Sister Madly May 31, 2016 at 5:41 PM

        Law degree… I wonder if she’ll pay herself for her own legal advice should she ever have to face the system.

        Or will her sugar daddy pay?

        Liked by 1 person

        • G. R. Hambley May 31, 2016 at 5:47 PM

          Well it is a woman and I could get myself in a whole lot of trouble if I say what else I’m thinking!

          Pay herself? Damn I thought she didn’t do that from the story. I’m sure she’ll find a way to though and be just fine. After all this historical quote makes it appear women are good to go go go.

          “In 1814 British scholar and writer Henry Kett wrote “A man who is his own lawyer has a fool for a client”.

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