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Saturday, June 08, 2019

Saturday In House Gists -Marrying Someone With The Same Name

Two people meet and introduce themselves and alas,they find out they share the same last name and are not related at all..Or that the last name of one is the first name of the other....................





The Relationship progresses and they decide to Marry and on the invitation card stands same last names of the two people about to marry.......


I have seen about four invitation cards of people with same last names who got married this year ......

Have you ever met someone whose first name is your last name?I know a guy who told me he could not marry a lady he wanted to because first nae was her last name and he didnt feel comfortable about it..An example of this is you are Stella Atutupuyoyo and you meet someone who is Atutupuyoyo John

For the Ladies who marry these men,they dont need to change names,only to add Mrs......example Ofure Atutupuyoyo becomes Mrs Ofure Atutupuyoyo...


Is there anyone here who married a same last name lover?For the ladies,Were you happy that you wouldnt have to change names?For the men,how did you feel?

How come people end up with same last names and they are not related?Would you marry someone with same name

56 comments:

  1. Northerners would see this and laugh. Imagine your last name as a lady is Musa and you want to marry a northerner or Surname Lawal then his first name is Lawal. That guy that didn’t marry someone cos they had same name was just looking for a reason not to marry the person. In this age where you can make findings about a person to make sure you are not related.


    Anyway, it would be hard for that to happen to me. My last surname is not common and never met anyone bearing it as their first name. My first name is feminine so it’s highly unlikely that would happen.

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    1. My mum's last name was same with my dad. All she did was add mrs to her name. It was as we grew older we understood sef.

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    2. My female cousin married a guy who bears the same first name and last name.

      They were both in the same class in college, the lecturer called out my cousin's name and both of them started talking into their microphones and there was confusion in the class. They've been inseparable since then.

      I almost married someone who had same last name but he died. For me, it's not a big deal at all.

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    3. What of the ones that are birthday mates? It's all cool

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  2. A friend of mine got married to a man with Same last name.

    Chidinma Prisca Eneh and Chigozie David Eneh.
    Both married 12 years ago.
    May God continue to bless their union..

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    1. Yours truly Lucile married my husband,we bear same surname.his name is one of my brothers name, meaning him and my brother bears same name and surname.i didn't have to change any name or documents.

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  3. I have a friend who share same first name with her hubby.

    I really like the idea but I didn't get to marry someone with same last name.

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    1. Yes, I and hubby share the same last name. To be sincere, there is this this joy I felt knowing I didn't need to change my last name.

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  4. I've not seen, but I've seen people who dated simply coz they bear the same first name.

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  5. No big deal.

    But what Naija girls are looking for in a husband is not name na.
    If im dey abroad and dollars dey flow, even if im dey answer nkita ara,
    them go grab that name osiso!
    😜😜😜😜
    For e.g. persin go dey answer Mary Nkita ara.
    Na only when the persin no be ATM or live abroad, na that time Naija girls
    go find excuse...
    "His dad's middle name is short, his mother's nyansh is bigger than mine, his suit has no button..." 😯😯
    Whosai
    By that time, them don collect the one wey the man get o, come see an abroadina...
    Naija girls no be true I yarn?
    Ajuju

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    1. Hahahahahahaha....I don taya for you.

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    2. You and daddy freeze should be in the same WhatsApp group. always talking off point.

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    3. @14:50
      Wawu
      Them don do wine carrying for another ghost o
      change of name = off point?
      Congrats inugo?
      😯😯😯😯😯😯

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    4. this person is do delusional..πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ always talking about abroad..so obsessed

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    5. @Justfork

      Wawu
      Many ghosts dey do igbankwu o
      and change of name = Delusional?
      congratulations o inugo?
      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  6. It will be more than difficult with my kind of surname!!

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  7. I met a guy and he told me his name is Favour. Arh I laughed and asked him where he knew me from. .
    He smiled and told me yes a lot of people doubt his name because they believed it's a female name. Then he showed me his complimentary card. I told him the reason am doubting is because my own name is Favour. And he was like waoo perfect match...

    I didn't do anything with him sha because he has tattoos and wore a big canvas with a sagged jeans I don't want someone that will come and be beating me.

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    1. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    2. 😁😁😁😁😁😁

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    3. When I see such people....i subconsciously call them "American momeh"i don't know what it means ooo

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  8. I met a lady on Facebook in 2010 or so, her surname is OLABANJI same with mine...

    We started to chat, but along the way we both ran..

    But I notice one thing oo, but we are all from same origin??

    No family repeats surname, all surnames of the same surnames are same heritagenous heritage.

    Na just division divide us..😁😁

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    1. "No family repeats surname, all surnames of the same surnames are same heritagenous heritage"

      Ola, that your statement isn't true.

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  9. Have 2 acquaintances who got married to their better halves with the same surnames. Their surnames are not common which made it the more beautiful.

    Would love to experience such, my surname is unique and has a great meaning. πŸ˜‚ Even if I didn't get it,will definitely hyphenate my names.

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  10. This happened to someone I know. His wife didn't have to change her last name after marriage. He died a few years after they got married. His wife had previously lost a fiance. There was gist that she was spiritually attached and so couldn't be married on earth. The fact that she didn't have to change her name when she married the second guy gave more credence to the gist about spiritual attachment.

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    1. You are just an illiterate @14:14

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  11. my cousin's 1st and last name was her husband's middle and last name,no need to change name.

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  12. The one I like is two different tribe name together. The akwardness is kinda nice e.g. Temitope Nwachukwu or Adaobi Ogunmekan, Halimah Ndoh. My family get plenty of this kind combination.
    I don't see anything wrong in having same surname as your spouse so far you investigate u ain't related. You won't need to do change of name.

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  13. I met someone who had same surname with me way back then. I used to imagine marrying him and retaining my beloved surname. I will be saying to myself "that means I will have same name as my mama and I won't need to change my signature". I wasnt even thunking of love, his character or anythimg else. Chai, small pikin thunking. It's very funny to me now. Me that was not even ready for marriage then.

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    1. so when you marry someone and change your surname, you have to change your signature too? Hmmmmm..….We learn everyday.

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    2. Naah, I have been married 10 years and my signature never changed. Your signature can be anything, doesn’t even have to be your name!!

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  14. A pady we were in the music dept. of our parish got married some years back to a guy that have same surname as hers. No need for change of name nah.

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  15. My husband's name and my name starts with the same letter...and I didn't change my name to my husband's surname but his own name..I didn't marry his father.

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    1. Hmm.
      But if his father was Dangote,you'l gladly bear his name.

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    2. Some people change surnames mostly because of the meaning behind it...all the talks of 'if it was Dangote' should stop abe g. It's becoming stale.

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  16. I married a man I share same surname with. People don't believe we aren't related especially for the fact we are from same state. But truth is, no connection whatsoever. I love the fact I retained my surname.

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  17. I've met a couple like that they are both from different local government area not related at all.

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  18. This is me and hubby here
    We share the same first name and even the same birth month. Twinnee from heavenπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    During registry, our third name differentiated us.

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  19. Two of my sisters married men they shared same surname with and we aren't related to either of the men. I wish i could find mine with same surname.
    It happens a lot, especially in the north. We are Christians so no auren dangi.

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  20. I have seen and I like it. I can marry some with same name if I wasn't married already.

    My siblings and I all share same birth month with their spouse. I love it.

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    1. Waooooooooo
      Then u guyz got special month

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  21. My dad and my man have the same first name but I answer ny dad's surname. Maybe after marriage I will start answering the name.

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    1. Who's surname you wan answer before when you ain't married yet?

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  22. Enter your comment... husband's surname is my own first name e.g Mrs ofure ofure. very interesting, before decoders will decode

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  23. My collegues and her husband has same surname , and also a cousin of mine married a man with same surname. Hmm, me and my surname that is not common

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  24. My surname is quite popular.
    My mom and Dad were same surname.

    I almost married someone with same surname too, until I asked my self: what was the motivation for marrying this person, is it because I wanted to enjoy not doing change of name, instead of lifetime happiness.

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  25. My former neighbour had the same last name with her husband.

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  26. A guy just got married some weeks ago..

    His name : Simon simon Chinedu

    His wife: Simon chinedu.

    Can u imagine that

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  27. Highly unlikely I would marry someone with the same surname as myself. There are just two families in the whole world with my surname, I cannot marry anyone from my village not to talk of my extended family. The other family, I’ve never met anyone from there. It would have been nice not to change surname.

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  28. I dated someone i shared same surname with. His mother and grandmother both had the same surname and didn't change names! So he was desperate to marry me to carry on the "tradition" abi coincidence. Anyways i wasn't keen to be part of thier family!

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  29. And I thought it is rare to find people/couples who share same last names, see testimonies!
    I have always wish to marry someone with my surname but that is if God wills. Marrying right is the juice than marrying for not changing surname.

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  30. I'm married to someone we both share same name and last name . I didn't even want to marry him then because I won't be changing my last name , he's a good guy and I can't leave because of name . Our fathers bear same name and surname name . It's not easy commenting with this puffin nonsense.


    Chill pill

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  31. I had a friend who liked me. we shared the same surname. However i refused to date him because he attends TB Joshuas church.

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  32. My sister's name is her husband's surname. So for e.g. she is Mrs Ola Ola.

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