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How was your allowance during Golden Week?


As a result of meeting various dads

For those of you who are working as dads, how did you earn money during Golden Week?I'm sure there are some women who spent their time meeting one dad, and others like me who used their days off to meet as many dads as possible.

In fact, during Golden Week, I met all five dads.

First, I went on a trip with my first father.

The trip was to the Kansai area, and I received an allowance of about 10 yen.

Actually, I wasn't really looking for an allowance that much, and personally I wanted to have connections in the Kansai area with food and beverages, but since I didn't have that much time to spare, I couldn't ask for much advice, and in the end I just paid an ordinary allowance. It felt like I was eating it.

I guess I didn't really buy any souvenirs.

I went into a brand store to get a present from my dad, but it wasn't something I would force myself to buy, and to be honest, there wasn't anything I wanted.

So, I returned to Tokyo and said, ``When I get what I want, I'll ask for it at that time!!!''

From there, I flew to Fukuoka the next day. (quite a hectic schedule)

Here, the contracted father is an executive of a certain famous company.

However, if I have to complain, I think I prefer Tokyo's dad.

Somehow, I'm happy that he shows off his great looks towards me, but compared to my dad in Tokyo, he doesn't have much class, and I don't like the fact that he shows off his huge amount of money.

I've been contracting with him for about 8 months, but he shows me wads of cash every time, so I don't feel very comfortable with him.

I think all women who like short-term contracts for money would probably like this dad.

However, I'm basically the type of person who wants a long-term contract with any dad, so I get tired of being constantly shown money over such a long period of time.

Of course, I don't tell him, and since I'm aware that I'm in the service business of being a dad, I try not to forget my spirit of service, which is to liven up the situation and make the other person feel comfortable.

But to be honest, I find myself comparing myself to my dad in Tokyo.

I'm sure women who are working as fathers in rural areas and Tokyo can relate to this.

After all, I can't deny that I want men to have dignity when it comes to being a dad.

Depending on whether you have dignity or not, the attitude and treatment toward women is really different, and there is also a huge difference in the terms of your contract.

This is definitely true because I have been a father for many years.

Having said that, my father has a contract in a local area, so I don't get to see him that often.

For that reason, it may be rude to say I'm patient, but I'm dedicated to my work.

I'm glad that even my father, who doesn't have these qualities, can still receive a good allowance.

The allowance I earned in Kyushu was 15 yen.

Also, there happened to be a watch that I wanted, so he bought that as well.

The watch cost is about 60 yen.

Sometimes there are people who sell things given to them by their fathers at pawnshops, but it's better not to do that.

In particular, the women who do this are either those who have one-time contracts, or women who have multiple dads buy the same thing and wear it to show off as if it was their dad who bought it.

I think that really sucks.

It seems that the father I contracted with also had this done to him in the past.

It just so happened that her dad had marked the items he gave her, so that's how she knew.

Apparently he didn't tell him, but he said he had canceled the contract.

These days, even dads aren't that simple, so if you have any idea, you should definitely stop reselling like that.

Because it's the same as fraud.

I will never sell it, and I will never lose it unless it breaks.

Moreover, I know that if I continue to have that feeling (gratitude), my father will take good care of me, and this will lead to a long-term contract.

That's why I never do it.

By the way, most kids who resell as mentioned above have their fathers cancel their contracts right away, and I have a friend who did something similar.

My dad bought me a Hermes Birkin and I sold it right away.

So, after a while, she said to me, ``How can I find a good father?''

I thought that children who say things like this won't notice unless their basic personality is fixed, so I said, ``You'll cause trouble for your father, so you should think about your behavior a little.Also, if you get into the habit of saying things like that, you won't be able to receive gifts from the same sex.'' "You'll start selling them in the same category, so you'll lose credibility, right?" I advised him.

I think my dad probably noticed too.

My heart tightens when I think about what I would do if I were in Dad's shoes.

If there is a woman who remembers her, it would be better to be careful, and since her father has given her precious money to us as a gift, let's take good care of her.

GW in Tokyo was the best

Although I spent a lot of time in rural areas, I found that living as a father in Tokyo was the right fit for me.

First of all, it's the land where I live, so I can move around with peace of mind. (The so-called light footwork.)

Since he has more class than a local dad, I can tolerate him in some ways, and personally, I can enjoy being my true self with him. (This is only for dads with whom I have a contract, so I'm sure there are decent dads even in rural areas.)

Honestly, when it comes to allowances, if you calculate it based on this Golden Week, the amount I received in the local area is larger.

However, considering the hassle of traveling to the countryside, I think it would be easier for me to work as a father mainly in Tokyo.

This may be even more so if this is a woman who has some other hobbies or dreams of being a father.

It's really difficult to travel far to meet a dad in a rural area, and it requires a lot of effort.

There are also dads there who are very demanding of their bodies, so in my personal opinion, I don't dislike it, but it's just tiring.

I don't think you can refuse if you don't like it, but I'm sure dads have expectations that include sex, and if you think of daddying as a service industry, I'd like to answer that as well.

Why don't I limit my focus to Tokyo?


That's because money is not the only reason to be a dad.

I guess it's because there are things you can't do without being a dad, like building connections and learning about the management know-how of successful dads.


My GW was like this.

Next up, I'm really looking forward to the winter birthday event.

The shock when I first learned about the dating club was amazing.Since then, I've been hooked.We will continue to transmit reality from a female perspective.

Articles by Kumiko Mine

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