My apologies for the sudden upswing in college stories involving horny coeds, but the masses have been demanding more college news and I am here to deliver. The latest in downright stunning revelations is that – and brace yourselves for this – young college girls with no money are apparently trying to find wealthier older men to be their “sugar daddies”. I mean, can you even? What do you think about this, Nicki Minaj?
My thoughts exactly.
But don’t be too shocked, because as much as these attractive young ladies are basically looking to sell their dignities to the devil for some spending money, the rich, old men are lining up to pay them for it. In fact, the website SeekingArrangement.com, which caters to both parties in this sordid equation by bringing them together, has some statistics that may very well blow your minds.
According to SeekingArrangement.com, “the average college sugar baby receives approximately $3,000 per month to cover the cost of tuition, books and living expenses.” (Via the Washington Examiner)
Don’t go judging these women just yet. They’re not just doing this because they want some fancy purses or vacuum cleaners. At least not according to the site’s founder, Brandon Wade, who told the Examiner that this is strictly about an opportunity to expand educations.
“While some may argue that these women are just using men for their own personal gain, I believe that they are proactive in pursuing a higher education.”
He added: “College should be an opportunity to expand the mind and experience new things. Unfortunately, because of the of recent tuition hikes, the college experience has become greatly unbalanced.”
As someone who thinks that student loans are the country’s greatest scam since, well, anything, I can’t really be too hard (tee hee!) on these young ladies, or at least the girls who are legitimately doing this to pay for school. I mean, it’s still basically prostitution, but show me a guy who wouldn’t trade his loan debt for four years with a cougar and I’ll show you a gosh darn fibber.
So which schools had the most new girls looking for… ahem… debt relief in 2012? Our older readers would like to know.
1. Georgia State University – 292
2. New York University – 285
3. Temple University – 268 (#5 in 2011)
4. University of Central Florida – 221 (I’m so proud of my alma mater!)
5. University of Southern Florida – 212
6. Arizona State University – 204
7. Florida International University – 187
8. University of Georgia – 148
9. Indiana University – 123
10. Texas State – 131
11. Kent State University – 128
12. Penn State – 121 (#13 in 2011)
13. University of North Texas – 112
14. Florida State University – 111
15.Tulane University – 109
16. Michigan State University – 108
17. University of Ohio – 103
18. Columbia University – 100
19. University of Alabama – 96
20. University of California Los Angeles – 91
(Nicki Minaj GIF via the GIFted @CJZero)