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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post..

 

56 comments:

  1. What's my business with my brother's marriage?? Abeg oh

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    1. Yes cos it's her house also.

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    2. 100 percent yes..is her husband house and her new family .....two become one..so is her house too..my wife have every right to do so.

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  2. By all means
    Dont come and be disturbing her in her husband house .
    You are now and extended family ..

    His wife and kids are his immediate family .

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    1. I agree. Don't overstay your welcome and if she is unwelcoming and hostile( as no one is perfect), don't wait till they start saying one fork is missing. Hold your side.

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  3. Say wetin happen? I am pretty sure she can't be that cruel and unfortunate to do that

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    1. Unfortunate..in her own house?

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    2. Unfortunate ke, in her own house 🀷🏾‍♀️? Your head must be paining you Eloquent πŸΈπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. In her own house, Na she build the house? No vex me this evening oo.

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    4. Can you imagine? In her own house? Don't go and stay in your husband's house.

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    5. Entitled siblings@ last born and eloquent, that is her husband's house she have every right to fling you out

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  4. Yes, it's her house too but I don't cross my boundary. Levels dey!

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  5. I trust myself not to go beyond my boundary for such to happen. I respect myself when I'm in another women's home.

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  6. Yes! It’s not your brother’s house, it’s your bother and his wife’s house.

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  7. Hell yeah! It’s her house. If I get outta line, she’s entitled to throw my ass out. Lol

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  8. Yes, she does!
    May we not shame ourselves before our brothers wives.

    May we continue to give them their due respect

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  9. Let's respect each other. Stay out of people's business. Besides, their house wey i no even know where e dey🀣🀣🀣

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    1. You're not alone. Na phone calls o before see finish enter

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  10. Yes if I over step my boundaries. 😁😁😁

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  11. The see finish will not reach that extent sha

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  12. Dem no born am well

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  13. Yes she does. Your brother and his wife are one. Same respect should be accorded. If you offend and you're asked to walk out, please do, cos it's her house too.

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  14. Yes she does...it’s her house afterall.

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  15. Depending on how your husband presented you before his people.
    Personally before the collect the house it's going to be war

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  16. Yes ke

    If I'm inappropriate why not ?

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  17. Yes she does. She is the wife and legitimately the owner of the house

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  18. Hell yessssss, but it can never get to that sha, women should take CHARGE of their homes.

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  19. She does...it's my brother's house, not my dad's.
    I prefer not giving room for the opportunity to even arise...

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  20. O ya feminist, over to you, una get right to walk out your husband’s brother?

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  21. In "the abroad": Yes. In Nigeria: No. Lol.

    Joking apart, a legally married woman has the right [except their culture forbids it] to eject anyone from her home especially if you sef don dey do pass yourself e.g. na you dey arrange side chicks for your brother or him side chick na your best friend. In that situation, you are not welcome in my space before you go carry poison come. But if na case of crazy wife wey no just want in-laws to visit at all, I'd leave immediately and never step foot in their house again even if dem move go White House.

    But na wetin wan cause dat kind blokos play in the first place? Me wey be say to rise body go greet person na JAMB. I don promise people visit so tey I don turn to liar. So, the day wey I go come finally go, dem go say make I walk out ba? Unto which level na. Na who dem dey too see dem dey see finish abeg.

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  22. Why will I even give her the reason to?

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  23. My brother's wife can never do such ( she is a very calm and understanding woman) and I myself can never put myself in a position for her to do such.

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  24. Na person wey dey go the brother house them go walk out. I hardly visit I prefer to talk to them on phone. The last time I visited is almost 3 years ago.

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  25. It won't get to that level. I won't cross my boundaries.

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  26. If I pass my boundaries, yes

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  27. She has every right to. It's her home. You can't come and disrespect her in her own home.

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  28. I'll not let myself down to that point,cos I love respect and I love myself too much to ridicule.

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  29. Yes. It’s her house and if she doesn’t want me there, I’d bounce.

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  30. Never ridicule urself to that extent to get walked out,and always respect people’s boundaries so that awkward situations never occur.if she behaves like a crazy person maintain ur distance.

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  31. Look at how almost everyone seems to be that good brother or sister in law. The fact everybody knows what is right but the level of hypocrisy is just too high. Where are the ones that fight their brother's wives, guess they are not here.

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  32. Yes; and that it why I bought my own house and I stay in my "own" home.......to avoid insults and stories that touch from see finish.

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  33. Lol..
    Yes, she has the right to walk me out..
    But when I'm through with my brother, she'll be the one walking out and I'll be the one to have a say on her returning back to 'her' house 😊😊
    She no go try am again even for her next life Lol

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    1. What's this one saying??? Nonsense as usual

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    2. You are evil. mumu did your brother seek your opinion before choosing her. Once a man is married and in love with his wife, your control over him is limited, regardless of whom you are.

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  34. She can
    Buh
    She won't

    There is a word called: Respect
    I give it to myself and others.

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  35. Before nko? However, my brother has the veto power to return me if he wants.

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  36. A wise wife will leave the chasing for her husband. I no go order my husband relation out of my home. I know people will still heap it on the wife o, but e better make the wife let her husband physically do am, if that situation ever arise.

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    1. Gone are the days ooo now no body is a preacher of love to people that won't preach it back,keep bad energy far from your home

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