Apple Approved an Escort-Service App for the iPhone

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Someone looks like they really need help with those bills. Photo: sugarsugar.com

We're not sure how SugarSugar, a company that provides "the world's most effective and discreet place for finding Sugar Daddy and Sugar Baby relationships," got its "Sugar Lifestyle" app, connecting nearby singles, past Steve Jobs's notoriously prudish approval process. The website's tagline, "Where Romance Meets Finance," seems to imply that it's more of a monetary arrangement than a dating site, as do the dollar signs displayed next to the names of the older male suitors. But since it's for the iPhone, we're sure that the app will be employing the most cutting-edge location-aware features to help unite "generous men looking to spoil, and dynamic women looking for financial support with bills, or who just need some excitement in life!" Isn't it heartwarming when technology brings people together?

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