THE SUGAR BOWL BURN BOOK
The Sugar Bowl has a burn book! This serves as a Blacklist for Fake SD’s/ SB’s and general salt that has been polluting the bowl. Fellow bitches, mean girls & plastics, we want your salt!
We will be accepting submissions and since I will be considering this factual journalism, you must provide evidence of your accusations, ie - photo’s/screenshoots/email messages/telephone numbers/ text messages. This purpose of this burnbook is to assist in eliminating the following from our community:
- Picture Collectors
- El Cheapo’s /Splenda Daddies
Posts in the burn book are NOT to be reblogged. Followers are by invitation only. If you are interested in being a “plastic” please reblog this post and then send gfeamericangeisha a msg or an ask with your email for an invitation.
All sugarbabies, will be verified before being accepted. Your privacy and discretion is protected.
This blog is password protected and is available only to select plastics. We are tired of salt. Somebody needs to regulate this bowl. Join the plastics!
Because some stories are too good to be true, photographer Dina Goldstein came up with the utterly brilliant series, Fallen Princesses.
I’ve heard a great deal about you, Fa Mulan. You stole your father’s armor, ran away from home, impersonated a soldier, deceived your commanding officer, dishonored the Chinese Army, destroyed my palace, and… you have saved us all.
F3 House by Koh Kitayama
The client wanted a space to park, work on his two cars, and feel their presence every moment when at home.
What happens when a fashion photographer and a designer-origamist team up on a project? Pure awesomeness.