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June 28, 2017

Who Said That?

Florida's quote of the day

| 1/18/2013

"We’ll have dinner, wine, it leads to the bedroom. I collect my money, and then I leave. "

-- Tiffany, a 20-year-old hospitality student at Florida International University

Some see it as a savior for college kids struggling to pay tuition. Others arch an eyebrow and wonder if it’s a front for high-end prostitution.

Whatever the perspective, more South Florida students are turning to a service that pairs them up with “sugar daddies” to pay the college bills. That’s why four universities in the state are on the list of fastest-growing “sugar baby” memberships on the website SeekingArrangement.com.

Read more at the Miami Herald.

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