Sunday, January 27, 2013

What the ... similarity?!?!?

It looks like Canada has something else in common with South Korea, and Japan. Compensated dating.

I recently saw a news story on CBC about Sugar Babies. II couldn't find a link to the CBC story but found one for CTV.) A website where men can find University women looking for a sugar daddy. It reminded me a lot of what I heard about compensated dating in South Korea. Except that this is for University women and not High School or Middle School girls.

This site appears to be for legal aged women/men  to find a sugar daddy/mommy, to take care of them. You can look for sugar daddies, sugar mommies, sugar babies, or male babies. It is interesting to see how much money some want (or are willing to put out ;) ) monthly.  As long as all involved are adults  more power to them. Is it a form of prostitution? Probably but I don't really care as long as all are consenting adults.


  1. Will your butthurt over washing out of Korea ever subside?

  2. To 'anonymous 1'........
    4th grade rules!

  3. I have only started reading your blog entries and I find them really interesting. After reading a lot about how great Koreans are, I think your commentaries are rather refreshing.

    So far, I haven't read anything about how Koreans believe that so many things of this world came from them (e.g., golf (from their Kdrama Goong), Nostradamus (from one of my former Korean students) etc). I have wanted to write about it so much but since I have just encountered Koreans in the Philippines for 3 years, I don't think my opinion can count. Please make an entry about it, and I hope you won't mind. Or if you have an earlier entry, please share the link.

    BTW, I'm a fan of your 'Shit Korean says...' tag.


    1. Thanks for the kind words. Glad you enjoy the site. :)

      I would have to check and see if I wrote anything about that. Would be surprised if I didn't. ;) Feel free to voice your opinions. :)

    2. Oh, there was the whole line of BS about the Christmas tree being Korean that ... irked me. ;)

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    1. eh? I don't know whether to be insulted or excited.