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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Boredom Eliminating Post....


It would depend on who the person is and what kind of relationship they have.....I am normally a very very Jealous kinda person but mine is tamed and I always see reason before the green monster pops its head...lol

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  1. Not at all, except he has an ulterior motive.

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  2. Yes i do.
    stelz Anonymous post fa. It's been a while fa.

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  3. What kind of close friendship is that one?
    Close friendship, before you know she'll ask for more.

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  4. U can’t keep a yam and a goat together in #GEJ’s voice. It’s just a matter of time.
    However, stealing is not corruption .🤥

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  5. No I don’t. Because I have male friends as well. But my fiancé is a very jealous guy. Though I can never cheat on him because he is what I want complete. So I keep my friendship with these guys away from him. These guys have connections, I cannot throw that away. Plus the friendship is not sexual at all.

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    1. my suitation exactly.

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  6. In my view, the issue isn't about whether one should or should not have feelings. Feelings happen. Some people feel fear around dogs, or spiders. Some people feel sad whenever the holidays come. Feelings get triggered by all sorts of things.

    But the issue to my mind is: should you act on those feelings? That's where you have the choice.

    So if you feel jealousy, you might reflect on the feeling, give the insecure part of yourself an internal hug, and reassure it.

    But acting on that feeling by mistrust of one’s partner is unreasonable and doesn't address the real issue.

    You can't always choose your feelings, but you can choose whether and how you act on them.

    Happy sunday people.

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  7. Aaaarrrgggghhhh. E dey pepper me for body eeh. I have a problem with it.

    Stella Kork don't try Igbo ladies and Okafor's law.
    Ndi ori a*u everywhere.
    *wrinkles nose*

    FGC Enugu Alumni. I raise hand for una. Especially the ones wey dey chat from United States and UK. Their way no pure. Haaa.

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    1. 😂😂. I swearrr .the FGC Enugu alumni is something else...

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    2. I am King Eze...hahahaha. You know every every nwunnem. Their ladies are something else, married my left foot. I hold torch for hand dey follow dem.

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  8. I don't think I will have an issue especially since it depends on who my partner is and the kind of person he is having the close relationship with

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  9. Yes my man has a thing for fair plumpy women like me, so if I see him with above description of woman, I dy charge wella, cos every man sure has a type

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    1. You dey charge like Jackey Chan?
      Hia see, the man go dey carry slim dark girls to dey dribble you "wella"

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  10. All these girls will soon go;
    "No I don't mind . . . just like they are family friends . . ."
    All na strategic marketing: Them go dey snoop like dogs wey them throway shit.
    The moment he receives call;
    "Who did you talk to . . . you dey try me for this house o!"

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  11. Some girls wan get married, even if na to dey go scout for side chicks and side bitches for them horsebands.

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  12. Yes o. To avoid stories that touch the heart...

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  13. me tooo.

    I watch to see if there is anything fishy.. Also what i have noticed about friendship with opposite sex is that one will always develop feelings for the other. it may not be mutual but there will always be one that wants more than friendship.

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  14. Sometimes who you surround yourself with, is who you become.
    Network = Net Worth*

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  15. Yes Stella. That's how side chicks starts.

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  16. Yes ...I do
    Why will he be friends with female?how will he feel if I also have opposite sex as friends... I believe not funny.
    So hell No...

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  17. To me not ideal knowing they are opposite sex and people can be unpredictable. Most cheating and flirting start from mere closeness.

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  18. 90% of my friends are guys. And no we dont gbensh. If I call you a friend that's all you are gonna be. And the truth is my fiends have been there for me more than my bf or boos. I have some few friend who can in a twinkle of an eye credit my account with nothing less than 1m if the need arises or give me 2 pint of blood without blinking an eye lid. Yes I said it and I mean every bit of it. Boos have failed me countless time, but my friends have been there. I value my friends more than I value my boo and he knows it. I can't let go of my friends just to please a mans insecurities, if as my boo you feel threatened then nigga you gatta work hard to earn my loyalty or bounce mbok.i need a man who knows am crazy but never crazy enough to gbensh my friend (BTW if I wanna gbensh outside sef its definitely not gonna be with my friend, sex ruins that kinda relationship and mine is priceless)
    #Wedon'tfuckfriends,friendsarethenextclosestpeoplewehavetoafamily.

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    1. Yea absolutely there are friends that are more than a family in relating with. I love your write up sister mi.

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    2. Babe, where can I send your kisses to?

      My husband has female friends that has gone through thick and thin with him, I can't for anything tell him to stop seeing them. I also know the level of their friendship.

      Same with me.

      The whole thing boils down to trust and the kind of man one is married to or in a relationship with.

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  19. Yes! A very big problem. Those so called 'just a friend's eh, if you view their chats eh, you'll be shocked.

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  20. Yessssssssssssss,ve got a big problem with that, I don't want anyone around him plssssssss.

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  21. Most people saying they don't mind are usually single ones. Lol
    Wait and get married your tune will change.
    Yes i mind very much my husband having a close female friend.
    Mind you I also have male friends but our closeness has reduced. We do more of calling or chatting once in a while. But I do not see them.
    We do see if perhaps I'm having a party at home and I invite them. These are guys my husband knows before we even got married.
    The female friends my hubby has and I don't mind their friendship are two. They are both married with kids and we have become family friends and invite eachother for parties.
    But I will have a problem if they are single ladies.

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    1. I agree with you i mind especially if there are single ladies

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    2. So married men don't sleep with married women or family friends?

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  22. I mind. I should be my man's best friend he doesn't need close female friend(s) biko be friends from a distance.

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  23. Yes. Very big problem.
    I guard my territory well. Do not even come close, i won't come close to yours.

    The Queen is Here

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