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Saturday, October 10, 2020

Saturday In House Gists - Buying Friendship With Other People's Secret

 The headline speaks for itself........





Have you ever bought friendship with someones secret or did someone become friends with someone else by revealing what you confided in them?

This is very rampant these days and most believe that true friendship no longer exists....


Have you ever sold out or was you that was sold out to nurture another friendship?

Let's gist!!

38 comments:

  1. We grow and learn everyday. I remember getting my sister into trouble with my aunt when I was much younger. Though unintentional but I felt guilty about it cos I want to get in my aunts good books.

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  2. I've never done that or been a victim of that.
    Most probably because I do make friends with Jesus' consent and he leads me to those who live and walk in the Spirit of God as my husband and I do.
    Do not get me wrong. Friends have disappointed me in the past -some of which I've shared here.
    But not from "selling secrets."
    The only person I confide in, in terms of secret is my husband.
    😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

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    1. No be wetin Dem ask you be that moreover your husband is human
      Jeez

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    2. Over-righteous human being!!!

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    3. Hahahahaha Assistant Jesus inner caucus

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    4. Why not confide in Jesus? Na only you and your husband be perfect beings abi? Idiattt

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    5. So you all shooters association want me to confide in you but not my husband?
      Wow!
      The greatest trust (confiding) you can give to a person is to open your legs
      to allow him to have sex with you. Me and my husband are one, says the Word of God.
      We don't hide things from each other and no couple should. I am not one with any
      of "my friends" am I?
      😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

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    6. ANG is a liar. A truly happy person does not give comments like ANG

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    7. Ohhhhh ohhohohoho colo mental!!!

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  3. I keep people's secrets WELL. I can't betray one's trust, after confiding in me. I don't even spill my siblings secrets to another, all in the name of "gist"

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  4. I am happy I am done with foolish friendship.....

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    1. I live in a family house, when my in-laws brings in a house help (seems they ask the girls to monitor me) they normally download my in-laws negative stuffs about me. I live with sister IL mother father IL and hubby. I lost my job and started staying at home, Stella if I tell you what my eyes has seen ehn, you will pity me.

      To the extent that the house help reported me to my in-laws that I eat garri with my mother in-laws soup. My mother in-law is a diabetic patient so her soup is different. I was so hungry one day that I went to the freezer and brought out a soup thinking it was okra soup that I cooked, it took time for the soup to unfreeze only for me to find out it was my mother in-law’s soup. Out of hunger, I had to microwave part of it and ate : note that her soup comes without meat except kpomo, but the girl still had to go and tell them and it nearly turned into a big problem. I had to beg them that I was hungryπŸ˜ͺ (at the end my mother in-law still came to tell me that her soup was almost finishing so I should give her money which I gave her the last 3k with me because I knew where she was coming from).
      Any step I take the girl will use me to go and find favor before them.
      I can’t wait for God to turn things around for me so that we can move out.

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    2. Your mistake was agreeing to live in family house.

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    3. Sis the lord is ur strength, kai! I feel for u

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    4. Eayah households enemies.

      My dear if you think you will have job in that house, you are in for a long thing

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    5. Anon 14.38, may God help you.....but why would you eat another's food without the person's consent? What kind of hunger is that? Are you pregnant? Because the way I value my dignity, I'd rather starve than touch that food. If you had jejely put the food back in the freezer when you realized it wasn't yours, defrosted your own soup and even ate it cold, househelp would have nothing to report and you would have kept your dignity and your 3k.

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    6. Kami she said the soup belong to her mother in-law. Is her mother in-law not equal to her own mum? Soup kwa that you can give to even an enemy. May God help her

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    7. @16:33, na poverty mentality

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    8. No she is not equal to her own mom o. Marriage taught me that I was not my mils daughter as I thought. I treated her like my mother but borrowed myself sense when I realized she didn’t reciprocate that feeling!

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    9. Anon 16.33, but from her story, can't you tell she isn't treated like a cherished daughter? It might be common soup but see what eating it has caused her.

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  5. I don't have to buy friendship, if it doesn't come naturally, its not for me!

    I'm genuine and I love genuine friendship like the one that was described in the Bible.

    Whatever secrets I know about them will go with me to the other world.
    I don't trade friendship for a mussel of secret.

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  6. Who will say the truth now?

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    1. Every BV na saint naw 🀣🀣🀣

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    2. Why don't you say your own truth righteous Eka?

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  7. I remember when I did it when I was in secondary school now am more older, I regret it, I made her suffer psychology and emotionally. Although it wasn't a severe case but just childish jealousy.
    She happened to be in love with a classmate and there was this teacher that was praising her upandan and calling her righteous and good girl, while we were spoilt girls, one of our friends discovered a love letter she wrote to the boy and was about to go to the boy's house to give it to him, she picked it up, and showed it to me, we laughed and I suggested we show it to the teacher so dat we can all have peace since she was choking us with her praises. When the teacher saw it, she was so disappointed and cautioned her, she suffered shame and embarrassment but thank God she later pulled through. When I remember that childish envy, I regret it and I will teach my children not to envy anyone. That is the end of my wicked story. U are free to yab me.

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    1. Aww. I like truthful people like you. I am glad you know better now. I am also happy she was able to pull through.

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    2. Woooow, exactly the same thing was done to me when I was in SS3. Mine was that they found the text message on my phone and took it to my teacher. it was so painful at the time I must have killed those girls in my dreams a couple of times but its all past now. I am not friends with any of them again even when one of them tried coming close to me years after. I learn and I learn well. Sadly she died this year and I felt bad and wished I was a better friend to her when she tried to be close to me again. Life just hits us in different ways. what we think is so important today may not just be tomorrow. Lets always choose kindness but never neglect our own peace and sanity as well. At times drawing this line becomes so difficult. May God help us jare.

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    3. Your last sentence is unnecessary. I do like your honesty, it's refreshing.

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    4. This happened to me
      But I found peace when she was caught having sex in the bathroom.

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  8. I'm not one of those with many friends. I don't force friendships.

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  9. When in school, we don't keep secrets because if you do, the other friend will let others know.

    We were 4 in numbers. My twin and our two Yoruba friends.

    PAll parents know each other

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  10. I don't share people's secrets but when you start rubbing it on our face that is the lord's doing , knowing your marriage or shop is not what you portray biko I block you. I hate noise makers ie attention seekers, I dont know if am normal. Just want a quiet, easy going lifestyle with class.

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  11. I am currently experiencing this at work,a so called friend I took as sister telling tales and bad mouthing me just to gain favour.I take solace in God and in the saying"what goes around,comes around"

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  12. I am currently experiencing this at work,a so called friend I took as sister telling tales and bad mouthing me just to gain favour.I take solace in God and in the saying"what goes around,comes around"

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