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Friday, January 25, 2019

Grandma's Epic Advice To Twitter User...

A Twitter user shares the Epic Advice her grand mum gave her after she was told something...........







Would you take to this advice or not?

73 comments:

  1. Grandma speaking from 85yrs experience

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    1. We all have different husbands and know their characters. I will never take such an advice.
      If I begin to praise my husband today, 2019 will pass by and I still never finish. God bless my darling husband for me, he brought me abroad 11years ago, gave me a bank card which I still have even though I'm now a chartered accountant and have a good job. He has never for once queried how I take money out of his account even though I hardly use it now as God has seriously blessed us. In as much as I'm earning well as a contractor in the city my husband never stopped the monthly allowance he pays me.
      I just can't thank God enough for giving his son to me as a husband. May His name be forever praised πŸ™πŸΎπŸ™‡πŸ½‍♀️

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    2. I won't take such advice, my husband makes sure i don't lack plus tells me everything about his finance. Why would I hide mine from him. Anyways it depends on the kind of person your husband is

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    3. God bless your husband. What a blessing.

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    4. It's always always good to marry Gods son. They are always pure blessings. More honey in your marriage ma'am.

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    5. You so lucky, mine keeps taxing me, and never says thank you. He thinks its his right. I told him no today and hes giving me attitude. I am thinking of stopping my contract due to this. I hate men with no self pride.

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    6. 17:03 awww! God bless your hubby more. Marriage is sweet when you are married to the right person

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    7. Hmmm. Thank God out of billions in dis World someone/somepple made a man God’s Angel on earth

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    8. Thanks everyone, may God bless our marriages πŸ˜˜πŸ’•

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  2. Coming from granny, I'd take it.

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  3. I will take it hook, line & sinker. I recently regretted telling my hubby I have joined cooperative in my office. Not that he disturbs for money ohh but I have heard too many stories & don't want to be a victim

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    1. There’s just the thing about some guys and money. The moment they know or perceive you have some little money, they will start HOUNDING you to borrow them. They will never stop until they SMELL it has finished. And they rarely use it for anything reasonable πŸ˜πŸ˜’

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    2. So they will finish it and you will.m be back to depending on them. It’s insecurity. They mask it well but actions like these still show them out.

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    3. 19:03
      You are WISE.
      That's simply it.
      They drain you till the last drop so that you will continually cling to them in lack.
      May God keep such evil souls from Satan away from me.

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  4. Bad advise!
    Keeping secrets in marriage doesnt end well, especially when one spouse is open

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    1. Very very bad advice. Poverty mentality 😏😏😏.

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    2. It’s good you said ‘When one person is open’... as bad as we read of marriages, there are plenty great ones out there; it will be silly of a woman who has enjoyed openness and transparency in her home to take such advice. But grandma knows wetin her eye see before she talk that one

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    3. Some men make it very sound advice for survival in my opinion.

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    4. What an 85 year old sees sitting down, you cannot see even if you stand on your head.

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  5. Bad ass grandma of life, I will of course even without the advice sef πŸ˜‚

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  6. If u like,dig a hole and put ur money.some husbands are monitoring spirit...dey check their wives phones as if checking for their heart beats...what are they looking for?..alert from d bank...mmmtchew

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    1. I have over 30k usd hidden from hubby and two properties in my name that I acquire prior to our getting married. That is the real assurance.

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    2. Continue deceiving yourself Anonymous 16:04, we know una type. You go come here dey give fabu.
      Kare, bi awon to n paro fun ko ba mo, sebi iwo to n paro o mo. Oniraanu 😏😏

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    3. @1604, Except you file your taxes seperately from your husband, How can you hide that amount of money because you earn interest and the bank statements at the end of year will show the balance. So, when you file your taxes, earned interest comes in.
      Maybe you are hiding it in your children's accounts to which you are a signatory.

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    4. 18.32 LMAO πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  7. I wish i could do that. But my problem is this HSBC bank, they send my bank statement every month. If i should open a secret alc, the statement will come via post and my hubby might pick it up. Seriously it is so difficult.

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    1. I’m sure you can cancel paper statements and opt for only digital ones. Lollll

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    2. Call them that you want to opt out of paper statement or open an account with an online bank. Paper statements are optional!

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    3. African Duchess, see your life. All of una agreeing to this nonsense, it's obvious you all have trust issues.
      How is HSBC your problem🀷, when Banks even beg customers to go paperless, something you can log into your account and click that you don't want your statement sent to your address. You don't even need to walk into HSBC branch to stop paper statements. We understand you live in UKπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎ welldone.
      Continue deceiving yourself 😏😏😏😏😏. How much is that money you have sef wey you won dey hide from your husband 😏😏😏.
      Mtcheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeew, gerraout of here jare.

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    4. 17.10 LMAO πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚


      Stella abeg cancel the first comment. My laff is for anon 17.10 not the other anon

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    5. Anon 17:10 honestly you tell not a lie. Duchess has poverty mentality. We know you live abroad oya gerrarahia

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    6. And you lot have a stinking inferiority complex. So what if she lives abroad? Is it Heaven's Gate. Focus on giving her advice if you have anything sensible to say.
      Should people now start hiding where she stay so others don't feel intimidated that they live in shithole?
      Who's business?
      Sit please.

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  8. I won't take the advice oh...

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  9. This is a good advise, I am definitely taking it.

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  10. If necessary.. Why not,it depend on ur husband..

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  11. I won't take such advise cos my husband is very open to me especially when it comes to finances

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  12. She has encountered a lot of betrayal.does not mean her granddaughter will do same .live ur life

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  13. Mama the mama!!

    I've always had a secret bank account and marriage won't change it.

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  14. Good advise,I will definitely take it.
    Trust no one but yourself!

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  15. As I am even single, I have one two, one general, one is strictly akawo...

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  16. I worked for 1year without telling my husband my real pay,reason been that he won't give me my allowances anymore. I was able to save a lot, when we needed money desperately,I dropped all my savings,told him it was a loan and I will pay it back. Till today, he doesn't know. I will take and Use this advice anyday,anytime.

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    1. Anon 16.02 wisdom will not kill you dear. 😘😍. You don talk finish!!!

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  17. this is a very good advice. but by putting it on twitter I'm sure the hussy knows about it now

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    1. That she was given advice doesn’t mean she took it...

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  18. I have taken it already, men will always be men... Protect your heart and money, one day things might change so prepare for ☔ days...

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  19. It is one thing to give advice it is another thing to take the advice. There is no greater assurance than having a little something tucked away for rainy days especially as a woman. Some however don't agree with this, my friend brags with giving out all her money and not keeping any. Tor, every aboki with him kettle.

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  20. i have not one but two account lee boo doesnt know about and wont ever know about even if we get married . only my mom amd sister know about the account. good advice

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  21. God bless you grandma. Will take the advice and do the needful asap.

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  22. My husband believe that I don't worth 20k but I 've 2million in Treasury bill that I roll over every 3months.

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  23. My husband believe that I don't worth 20k but I 've 2million in Treasury bill that I roll over every 3months.

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  24. please how do I create a blog ID? Have been a visitor for the past four years.

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    1. To get a blog ID;CLICK HERE and follow the procedure gradually

      Or use this link below:

      http://www.stelladimokokorkus.com/2014/08/fellow-blogvisitors-heres-how-to-get.html?m=1

      @MARTINS ABOY

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  25. I would take this advice, hook, line and sinker. I got married recently and I gave all I had as funds for rent. Now, I have nothing and I realised my hubby is laid back and even though he works, nothing,nothing.
    I have never received a take for your hair or anything allowance. Even antenatal, I sort on my own. It's been so hard and I'm constantly moody and he is God's own son.
    I have made my resolve to start saving from this Jan. Keep my money to myself hoping that this would make him sit up or something...

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    1. You didn’t see he was laid back before you married? You didn’t know rent was going to expire before you married? How was he finding himself before y’all married? Abi you were forming. Independent....

      I pity you

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    2. Virtuous wife!
      Wife Material 20 yards plus beading.
      Thank God for experience ba?
      Hope you are saving seriously for baby, hospital bills etc o.
      Na you use two eyes enter so manage am inugo?

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  26. Hubby has been open with money from the very beginning,before he gives out he always seek for my opinion.infact am in charge of the finances of our business.every alerts na my phone,God bless him,keeping money for him somewhere that i intend to give him at the end of the year.

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  27. I don't subscribe to this. may be because my hubby is open with his finances. I am open with mine too and he hardly ask for money. Instead he pays the bills and give me allowance sometimes.

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  28. Marriage doesn't have formula, what works for A can not work for B. So na every mallam to in kettle.

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  29. Everyone's case is different. Age doesn't confer wisdom. She is right because she is a grandma. Is Buhari or OBJ right because he is a grandpa? Follow your Lane and learn along the way. Life is simple but complicated.

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  30. This advice may not be applicable to all women, l believe the grandma gave this advice based on her knowledge of the granddaughter's husband's character. The advice is a personalised advice and not for every Thelma, Dorothy and Helen.

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  31. secret account to support family during raining season

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