The most ungrateful thing a woman can say to a man
Friday, April 20, 2018
In Nigeria, many women think they can sell their body for money, gifs, etc. Nollywood is not helping the matter either, especially Yoruba movies.
It’s not uncommon for Yoruba movies to depict handsome man buying or renting a resplendent house/apartment for a strange woman. It’s not uncommon for a man to buy a car as a gift (or a birthday gift) for a woman he just meets. He can take her for shopping at Dubai, and then give her millions to start business.
Many a girl will watch the movies and think the situation is just like that in real life. But only life experiences will teach them the realities.
When a girl comes across a man who loves her, and the man showers her, her friends and family with gifts and money, the girl is lucky indeed.
But in reality, such girls have nothing to offer the man, save the so-called honeypot, which sometimes stinks.
Even most girls cheat on their generous lovers.
Now, what does the man stand to gain in such relationships? The answer is NOTHING. If you go broke, they have no help to render to you, except to jilt you and move on with another man.
That’s when they will tell you: “Calculate all the money you’ve spent on me, and I’ll refund you.”
That’s the most ungrateful thing a woman can say to a man.
He’s done to you, what your daddy cannot do. Yet you say you can refund all he has spent on you. In reality, most girls or their newly-found boyfriends don’t have the ability or intention to refund anything. They’re just bluffing.
No wonder, some girls are suffering in spite of their beauty. Nemesis will catch up with those who end up making their benefactors appear like fools.
No wonder most men don’t want to spend heavily on women again. Ki lo se lo n gbehin ale. Ija lo n gbehin ale. (Meaning, it’s common for a concubine to end up saving to you: What’s the big deal in the help you’ve rendered to me? Splitting is usually the end of love relationships).
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