Over 10,000 Irish Students Sign Up To Be Sugar Babies During College Years
It seems thousands of Irish students are trying to avoid crippling debts by joining controversial dating site, SeekingArrangement.com, which matches young women with rich older men and women.
The students have mutually beneficial relationships to help get them through college with the site saying, “Sugar Daddies or Mommas find beautiful members to accompany them at all times.”
According to The Sun, the site has released its annual ranking of the fastest growing colleges signing up in Ireland and Trinity College has come out on top.
The paper reports that 72 students signed up last year with a total of 585 students in Trinity using the site. DCU comes in second place with NUIG coming third. The average Irish students receives €2,150 in monthly allowances.
Founder and CEO Brandon Wade explained why students join,
“Our site has helped facilitate hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of arrangements that have helped students graduate debt-free. That’s more than anyone can say of any particular government party.”
THE FASTEST GROWING SUGAR BABY SCHOOLS
- Trinity College Dublin, — 72 new sign-ups in 2016, 585 in total.
- Dublin City University — 71 new sign-ups, 568 in total.
- NUI Galway — 70 new sign-ups, 474 in total.
- University College Cork — 68 new sign-ups, 571 in total.
- University of Limerick — 67 new sign-ups, 512 in total.
- Cork Institute of Technology — 64 new sign-ups, 423 in total.
- University College Dublin — 60 new sign-ups, 601 total.
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