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Wednesday, December 21, 2016

The Meeting Point 40

Reading this story made me smile...like having that chocolate with milk inside melt in my mouth....



Hello Stella. Kindly post my story in your meeting point series.
For me, love came slowly and softly.


I met 'K' in 2010, the year I gained admission into the university. I was working as a clerk then in a very big shop in Lagos. I had a lot of 'chykers' so I wasn't surprised when he came to my shop one afternoon pretending to inquire about something. 

What made his case different was that he didn't sweet talk me. He just told me that he has been watching me and he loves my character and carriage and would love to marry me. My naive heart immediately saw him as the devil sent to destroy my bright future. How would someone tell me he wants to marry me when God just gave me admission after 2years at home. 

He said he would wait for me to finish school. I told him not to wait. Infact I stopped greeting him. Whenever he comes around, I would direct someone to attend to him. Besides, my dad had always told me that I must marry from my place.


Months later, I left for school. One day like that in school, he called. I was so mad. He told me he just wanted to check up on me. I insulted him and warned him never to call me again. Story. 

He continued calling everyday and after listening to my rants, he would say he loves me and wants to marry me. At a point, I thought I should teach him a lesson by 'chopping' his money. Little did I know that God wanted to teach me one. 

Whenever I was broke, I would call him and ask for money. Before you know it alert don enter then I would go back to my nasty attitude until I was broke again. This continued until my 3rd year in school when my dad fell sick. My parents exhausted their savings in treating him. This left my fees in school unpaid. I had to borrow money from a friend to pay for accommodation.

 It was dat year I experienced hunger. I cried to bed every night. I refused to tell 'K' cos of pride. One night, he called as usual and immediately sensed that something was wrong. He pressured me until I told him I had not eaten. He felt bad and transferred money to my account to buy food stuff and pay all my 'igbese'. But that wasn't the shocker. He knows I dont eat much(I prefer taking cereals and tea).

 The next day, he went to the market and bought the largest tins of Ovaltine, Peak milk powder and Custard in 2's, packaged and waybilled them from Lagos to Enugu. I broke down in tears when I saw it and felt bad for all the pains I had put him thru. But I no gree apologize. I only became friendlier. 

In my 4th year, he came to see me and we lodged. When it was action time, he fumbled. Probably cos it was our first time together and he was too excited. I got angry and my shakara started again. During my IT, I visited him in lagos (wanted to see if he had improved). He nearly killed me. I was the one begging him to stop. I started taking regular doses after that.


It was in my final year i gave myself brain. Compared him to other guys in my life. Listed his pros and cons and found out that his pros largely outweighed his cons. I decided to give him a real chance. That was when I realized the Jewel I had. He is the sweetest person I have ever known. Seeing someone in pain hurts him and he goes out of his way to help people around him.


Stells, I fell in love. We have been together (for real this time) for a year +. He helps me in making more rational decisions cos he's calm and more patient. He makes me laugh. U know this feeling you have when you know someone's got your back no matter what. I feel peace with him and above all, he loves God. 


We are just waiting for me to serve next year and then everything will happen.
I hope and pray my parents change their mind and accept him (they rejected his proposal) cos if they don't, na their loss. Me I dey follow my Obim dey go.


*I didnt know i would read to the end and see that you havent married him...wait for which service year?who SERVICE YEAR EPP?you want to wait for another year?say wetin happen?who waiting EPP?My friend marry this man NOW!
sweet story jorrrrrr


80 comments:

  1. Girl marry this guy mehn...theres no time jooor...all the best lady...

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    1. He loves God and you guys are fornicating.
      Story.
      If you love Me, you will keep my commandments, says the Lord.
      Continue, ok?

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    2. When you 'love' God but you are a pre-marital gbensher! People of the universe!

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    3. Even st paul said the flesh is weak buh the spirit is willing..all those invisible judges wearing wigs,i hail ona oh,not saying its cool tho buh judge less...@ poster beautiful story jare

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    4. Na who service don epp? You beta make good use of that one year instead of wasting it in the name of serving Father land, you no go understand until u don enter. Go and start a wonderful family wiv your man and ditch the service thing as it isn't even mandatory and it is of little or no relevance.

      Marjorie

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  2. Having that chocolate with milk inside melt in your mouth? Now I wanna lick ice cream with plenty fruit inside.

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    1. Nobody echo stella words pass you oh

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  3. Exactly, why wait?

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    1. Beko na beg i dey. marry asap

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  4. My fellow Naija parents please let your children marry who they love so that they will not blame you if the relationship turns sour. Unless you know the spouse and the family no be am character wise.

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  5. The guy is sha patient o. Just try to convince your parents with this one year.

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  6. sweet story...i like to hear things like this

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  7. Awww
    na this kind story dey give me Hope for this thing called Love
    Thank God he had patient enough to wait for you.

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  8. The guy try O with all your bullshit he still stayed.
    When a man loves more this is what happens.
    E go end well. Waiting for service or not. The way the guy don invest on top your matter he Wont let go.

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  9. That's interesting, you guys should get married fast nah.





    God Bless Everyone.

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    1. My Maga love wey you dey?

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  11. I want to tell you to marry him now but mba! Wait till after your service year..lol. Get an 'uncle' to help you sort out your posting somewhere far from him.. Test your heart, don't rush into marriage

    ...i enjoyed your story though. Let me forward this story to my friend who is still using that 'man' who bought Samsung S6 to do shakara. Dude wants to marry my friend but she says she'll not marry him, babe just wan "chop and clean mouth".. Lol

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  12. hahahahaha abeg follow your obim go jare

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  13. Sweet story.
    Girls and shakara sha.

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  14. Very delicious story
    Baby girl do fast and grab that guy in holy matrimony oo lol
    No dulling

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  15. Where's that lost blog visitor wit the ID "Money makes you fuck girls easily"

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    1. I see your sub. Hahahaha

      Poster I enjoyed reading your story.

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    2. Honestly, i was gon ask after him too.

      Lovely story.

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  16. Stella, u just said my mind.

    I don't understand o. U r waiting for which stupid service? I don't want to believe it's NYSC. Maybe it's sunday service. If I slap u, ur brain will function well.

    Marry the nigga. U can still serve in his house o. Lol

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  17. Sweet story...I can relate with the story but mine did not end like yours mtcheew....lovely meeting point....ProudlyDeltan

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  18. Nice writeup, I pray your parents accepts him cos I can see that is where your heart, body and soul belongs, but most relationship never remains the same again after NYSC Service but that is not my prayer for you..lol but anything can happen shaa, no meeting point for me now cos kosiowo

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  19. So u 'gbenshed' when u guys were just friends n u aint even sure u gonna get married since ur parent haven't approved it yet. I didn't even smile reading ur story.

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    1. will my quietness increase ur thinking faculty?

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  20. why don't you give yourself brain and marry this man next year, please do the needful biko.thats how you girls will give devil chance to scatter something good like this. my menstrual cramps just seize once after reading this.Tankio

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  21. Madam go and marry this man o. Don't come here and give chronicles of how u lost him when u went for service o. I wish you both continual bliss

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    1. I suspect that deep down she may still be harbouring some doubts, hence elongating the already long courtship. Babe are you sure you love him or he is just your all year round Santa, hence you are grateful and feel guilty leaving him? All the best sha.

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  22. Lol...Nice story.

    Parents and their "tribal restrictions".
    Although they usually mean well but what do you do when you don't love someone from your tribe?
    Not even this age when so many of us in this generation have lost touch with our roots. Everybody b claiming "lagosian".

    Anyways dear, it's better you start showing your parents he's the only option you want and you are having o. So the hustle before the victory can start now and end on time.

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  23. Maybe ur parents rejected his proposal bcoz he is a short poor man,not good looking and presentable. No parents will do so if the guy is a tall good looking young rich murder fucking nigga like me.every parent's dream son in law.

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    1. Na lie u don't have one naira...ur money na audio na only hear we dey hear we no dey see am...

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    2. People who really are what you're claiming to be don't brag about it... Empty barrels make the loudest noise.

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    3. Sharap! With your short cassava.

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  24. Wow so sweet,u beta make up ur mind nw n get married or do introduction b4 u go for service. I dnt knw wat ur waiting for oh

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  25. I swear down!!!
    Marry him
    Marry him
    Marry him
    Marry him
    Already!!!!!!!!!!!!

    PS - stells pls biko, do not attempt to compare anything at all to malteasers again...last warning!

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  26. mind yaself poster oh. good story

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  27. Your type make men stingy... Thank God you guys are ending well

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  28. Awwww,even if u guys are not married the love look so real, I pray it leads to the altar and then forever.

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  29. You can marry him and go for service in his house.

    Enough of 'Dating Meeting Point' you people shouldwait till you're married




    *Larry was here*

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    1. Exactly. Aunty Stella, let meeting point be strictly on in summary, we met so and so place and now we are married then few details of how life has been with the special person met, for good or the opposite. Not quarter to marry or still dating meeting posts abeg.

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    2. You people should think outside the box. Why are you trying to restrict this post? Na your blog? So now you are saying I can't yarn about how I met my best friend? Na wa ooo una ITK fit kill catfish.

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  30. Oh my heavens!I wish!I wish!!!I wish!!!Am happy 4 u dearie,may God perfect all dat concerns u both.My prince charming..where @ thou?

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  31. @POSTER DEARIE IGNORE THE NYSC SHIT AND MARRY OO HA WHO NYSC EPP BIKONU THATS NOT EVEN A POINT TO CONSIDER NIGGA WAITED FOR YOU TO FINISH SCHOOL THATS THE BASIC. EHHH!!!!!!!! WHEN WILL OUR PARENTS START FREEING US TO CHOOSE OUR OWN DESTINY O INUKWA MY MUMSY IS ALREADY SINGING IT IN MY EARS NNE M ANAMBRA BIKOO AGALA NMBA. ME IN LAGOS HERE BE TRIPPING FOR YOURBAS EVEN THOUGH OVER SINGLENESS WORRY ME O ATM BUT THEN I DONT THINK ANY PARENT SHOULD MAKE THE STATE OF ORIGIN A DETERMINING FACTOR IN TERMS OF MARRIAGE ALTHOUGH AM GLAD POSTER ALREADY SAID SHE WOULD FOLLOW HER HEART AND THAT ALL THAT MATTERS AS FAR AS AM CONCERNED. YOUR STORY WAS NICE NOW AM THINKING ABOUT ONE GUY I ATE HIS MONEY WHOM IS STILL SINGLE THOUGH WE DONT TALK ANYMORE CHIMUOOOOOO IS HE MY HUSBAND??? HIA M ''RUNSAWAY'' CHUKWU NMBA OOOOO. AM STILL CRYING I MISSED SNM WAITING FOR THE 24TH ONE LIKE MAD ........

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    1. Sweetie, don't use caps to write. It makes your comment impossible to read. Plus, in Internet parlance, it is rude cos you're perceived to be shouting

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    2. Thanks for educating ITGee.

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  32. Poster be testing action ehn, I'm not there biko and I tot I was going to see we are happily married. Pls start the process already

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  33. Stella ur comment cracked me up!! Sweet story.

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  34. *copied everything Stella said*
    Ma fi igbala re d'ola. . love ur story
    *side eyes @judges&judginas*

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  35. pls pray ooooo. make ur parents gree. cos parental blessing helps alot.All the best

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  36. Chai sweet story and me I was lost ehn
    I wish the very best with your love

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  37. Stella you like love sha......

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  38. Stella u can shaiiii make someone laff, but NNE seriously who waiting EPP, abeg do the needful biko ohh I pray your parents will love him and you people will progress to the next level

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  39. Very Sweet!Poster you are lucky you met the right one that was ready to wait.
    With that plenty shakara, some will just take off and that is the end.

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  40. chai this story sweet me wella. there's a guy too on my case like this but this guy can touch anything ehn. so far u are a lady, he'll touch. he's asking me out and has made advances to 5 of my frnds.




    Dear Santa, all I want for Christmas is a phone

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    1. E be like I don watch dis movie for Nollywood before.

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  41. Sweet and delicious story. Plsss cancel d waiting things ooooooo, and begin to tell ur parent abt him n make them reason with u on time becos TIME WAIT 4 NO GIRL o


    @Tee_y

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  42. #The harsh voice inside you is not your own. You learned it unwittingly, and you can unlearn it*

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  43. Why your parents dey do like that na. God bless your man. He is a rare gem.

    Nice story too.

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  44. Tell your parents that"Love dont care,who you be,where you dey from"

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  45. You should have waited after marriage before bringing your story here.
    Nice story anayway

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    1. Na by force? Abeggi!

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  46. chei! sweet story love is beautiful,babe what are you waiting for?marry him abeg,stop the shakara,the guy loves you,dont waste time and pray your parents accept him.

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  47. I tire for the judges and 'judginas' of this sincere lady.God still loves us even in our mess.Who God loves is a person with sincere heart!! Lady, go ahead and may the Lord be with you and your boo in Jesus' Name!

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  48. Bae where are you o. Please. Lets meet so that I can send my post too o. *baba God pick up the call*

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  49. My favourite part of this story is 'He helps me in making more rational decisions cos he's calm and more patient. He makes me laugh. U know this feeling you have when you know someone's got your back no matter what. I feel peace with him and above all, he loves God' brought tears to my eyes. Wishe you guys a successful and happy married life (please marry him fast)

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