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Food for thought - Marriage in Nigeria
« on: Jan 13, 2013, 11:26 AM »
The race to marry a BIG BOY is what is now in vogue. Most ladies nowadays can't function if there is no cash involved. The urge for material things has changed the STORY OF LOVE. Do NOT make money your priority when choosing your spouse, only spend it when necessary.

There's more to marriage than money alone. An average man with a good heart is better than a rich man with the heart of a beast.

Most women say they want security in life so they won’t date the poor, I know so many Carpenters and Bricklayers that have built their houses and fed their families through their hard work but girls hardly look their side. If he's not rich today, it doesn't mean he will be poor for life as long as he is ambitious. The happiness and security of your life is YOUR responsibility.

Those who choose never to endure at all may have to suffer for long. Getting married to the rich doesn't guarantee happiness in life. HAPPINESS IS PRICELESS.
Perhaps those who say they will rather cry inside a Range Rover Sports than laughing on a bicycle have never experienced pain in their life. Some relationship mistakes can cause life regrets. Many young women have blindly turned themselves to a TEST DRIVE VEHICLE for the love of material things.
What qualifies you as a great woman is not the designer Prada shoes and Gucci bags.

It’s your good heart, good characters and real personality. When a real man finds a wife in you he will never let you go, this is guaranteed. It’s funny how material freaked women blame men for breaking their heart and conclude men are the same. A man who wins your love with cash may not stay for long. Real men don't settle down with fake women, they might be your temporary server but they'll leave as soon as the coast is clear.

THE ONLY PLACE YOU CAN FIND A FAKE WOMAN IS TEMPORARILY IN THE ARMS OF A FOOLISH MAN who will wise up soon..

emezico

Re: Food for thought - Marriage in Nigeria
« Reply #1 on: Jan 14, 2013, 10:08 PM »
The piece is damn true about Nigerian women. Most of them want "ready made men", not "SURULERE". LOL

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