FROM A CONCERNED NIGERIAN LADY.
"I would never describe myself as wild or a ‘super’ feminist but when I took time out to count the number of people I had been intimate with, lets just say the figure was high.
The summary of who I am and how my body count got this high is simply because I am a romantic. I am always looking for love in the most unlikeliest of places.
WHAT MADE ME COUNT??
One day, i realized how long it had been since I went on Facebook. I was in a melancholic mood so I logged into Facebook, I checked my old messages. I laughed at how silly I was then and the stupid problems I had back then compared to real life situations now.. I found myself in the people you may know section, scroll, scroll, scroll past the randoms and there he was. I saw a picture of a guy, tall, dark, chocolate. I stared at the picture for a while but then it didn’t even occur to me why I may have known him. I sent him a message. Just hello at first then it continued and spiralled into a full blown flirtation.
I can’t say if it was right or wrong but I started liking him, like really liking him. He must have liked me as well, I can never tell. He was constantly calling, texting, checking up, sending videos. I was in love even. We were not even in the same city when this started but I actually flew into town to see him. The first time I saw him, he came to my apartment after a long day at work. We showered and slept and fulfilled all the fantasies that were in my mind the first time I saw his picture. In retrospect, maybe this was a mistake. We mostly stayed indors the short period I was in town. I went back to my city, the relationship stalled a bit but we were fine again. Then we had a disagreement.
One day, we were having a casual conversation and he asked how many people I had been with. I laughed it off because I had never counted before then. I told him that information was for my husband. I thought that was the end of it till we had a fight.
It was horrible. He told me I was washed up. He said he knew all about my adventures, how I had slept with one of his close friends. The insult was very long. 📌📌Read the rest on website via link in bio📌📌
I came across this online and just had to share this. Between Sunday and today, yet another fashion designer was able to replicate the exact design in the same dopeness. Your opinions are welcomed and rather than the supposed #280 ,000 @ebuka sewed his for, #50 ,000 is what he is offering...
When I see such, all I think about is the hardwork such a man has put in to be were he is today yet Nigerians would come and say no work... How is that even possible?
This is for all to see and just maybe you could patronize a fellow man like we all...
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Yes, the left one is photoshopped to make me look shriveled up. That is the point of the "expectation" part of this post.
I’m sure I’m not the only one who used to (or still does) freak out about losing muscle when having to miss a week from the gym. The good news is one week really is not enough time to lose muscle. Even two weeks without any training won’t yield much, if any, muscle loss as long as you’re not severely restricting calories at the same time. Even if you do lose a bit, with muscle memory it will come back in a couple of weeks anyway.
So, if you need to miss a week from the gym due to traveling, sickness, injury, or any other reason, just keep your calories around maintenance for the week and any muscle loss will mostly just be in your head. If you’ve spent several months or years building muscle, it won’t just go away overnight.
1. Don’t open your legs because he said you will
make a good mother. Open them because he’s
ready to be a father after your wedding.
2. Don’t take him home because he gave you a
ride or buy you ice cream and fried rice, take him
home because he treated you like a queen and is
committed to be the love of your life.
3. Don’t push him away because he has no money
today. Hold him close if he is a man of vision, to
another woman, he’s Honey and he got brighter
days ahead, with a prospective blossoming future.
4.Don’t go punishing him because another man
hurt you! All men are not the same! A man who
fears GOD doesn’t hurt! If he loves you, give him a
chance and he may be the best thing that ever
happened to you.
5.Don’t stay up all night wondering where to find
a good man. Work on your character! Be an asset!
Serve GOD..........is like am talking to much these days?.