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The old man claims to be 53 but from his pic he looks 70! I’ve gotten 3 emails “selling” himself which he hates to do.

I replied something along these lines: ‘Why is it that when we’re talking about anything else other than you selling yourself, I have a hard time understanding what you write but when you’re writing what you think I want to hear, it’s in perfect English?

’ His response was that we’re not going to work out and good luck in my search so I replied: LOL.

Remember when 'Sugar Daddy' was just a Tom Jones hit and its offspring counterpart, 'Sugar Baby', was merely a Bob Dylan track? It now describes a very specific kind of relationship in which a young "sugar baby" receives funding from an older sugar daddy, or in rarer cases a sugar mummy.

But the arrangement isn't always as straightforward as you'd imagine - and there's an entire spectrum of arrangements, all couched in surprisingly opaque language.

On Rich Meets Beautiful, you’re also asked to state your relationship status – you didn’t think sugarfolk were monogamous did you?

Once you’ve got your profile set up, it’s time to find your sugary partner, who may or may not be the next Silicon Valley tycoon, or at least, that’s what their profiles imply.

While women are encouraged to be sugar "mamas" on a few platforms, the general assumption is that it's men who'll be coughing up cash.

However, what the older sugar parent receives in exchange for their "generosity" is a very murky matter indeed.

In order to create an account on most sugar baby sites or apps, you're asked to define which role you'd like to take before almost immediately having to explicitly state your financial means and requirements.

As a sugar baby, you have to state how much money you’re looking for by way of a bracket, on some platforms this ranges up to more than $10,000 (£7,400) per month.

With things like sex drive and turn ons listed on people's profiles, the sites are synonymous with intimacy.