Matt Baume asked relationship expert and Daddyhunt/MISTER CEO Carl Sandler, "What are the top do's and don'ts for young guys seeking a Daddy?"
… Be straight-forward.
Tell Daddy up front it you are just looking for him to nibble on your tender drumstick. If, instead, you are looking for dinner and a marriage proposal, then let him know. Daddies have enough experience to roll with either option. Just don’t play around with their hearts.
Games are for kids — and believe me, Chicken Little, your Daddy has not only played them all, he’s donated them to Goodwill. So if you say you want to hang out on Saturday night, then make a reservation, plan ahead and for God’s sake, be on time. Don’t ignore Daddy’s calls and drunk text him at 11 pm, expecting him to be excited you reached out. Follow through is the key to Daddy’s love.
… Know where to hunt.
If you are looking for a strong, secure, MAN, you won’t find him at some appletini-filled, neon, low-tea party. No, Daddy is sipping whisky in a leather armchair, smoking a Cuban cigar and roasting a duck over a fire pit. If you want a Daddy, go where the Daddies roam freely; Daddyhunt.
… Assume youth gives you the upper hand.
Sure, Daddies crave chicken but they also know the value of a well-cooked piece of steak. You both have gifts to offer each other so make sure mutual respect is the only currency trading hands.
… Get mad if he doesn't want...