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Thursday, April 15, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post..

 



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  1. I just bring out his j.t and start giving him head, guy man mustu humble πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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  2. Call him sweet names.

    Massage shoulders (depending on where we are)

    Sometimes, just keep quiet and let him get it off his chest.

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    1. Mine might get angry like once in a year over something childish and just needing a mother-like attention.

      When he is up like that, I let him vent for some time then go close to him, look him in the eyes and say "I know. I understand. You are right". I don't try to kiss or call him sweet names then. Just hlet him see I agree with him and that's it.
      A few hours later he will appologise and then tell me what the real issue is; maybe from work or missing his mu(when her death was fresh). Naturally, he and I have never had a fight or both angry at each other at the same time.

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    2. “He and I have never had a fight .......”
      Lucky you. You got yourself everyone’s dream guy in terms of calmness.

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  3. I turn the whole situation into a joke.

    Does this one even get that angry???

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    1. My husband hardly gets angry with me and he doesn't bring his work anger home. He calls me on his way home to gist me and I calm him down. End of story.

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  4. Pampering and afterward, a sweet gbenshing. Trust me, while at it, she keeps singing it to me, baby I've forgiven you. πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜

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    1. πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜€ The baddest... Hearing that alone makes me cum fast. Chaiii... Amara I swear I miss you.

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    2. Lol...

      TeeJay I think say you be virgin man?
      So you follow me spoil?

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  5. I'll first tell him it's ok and then give him some space to cool off. Then I'll go back to him when I can see that he's calm or most times, he'll be the one to come to me when he's fine.

    One thing I know for sure, he doesn't like me repeating the same thing I've said cos he heard me the first time.

    Say it and give him some time which is not always long anyway.

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    1. This is my hubby ooooo, just let him cool off first and repeating "I'm sorry"

      Once he's a bit calm, I serve him his food and tune the TV to his favorite channels;Cnn and channels. After a while he would get so engrossed with whatever topic they are debating on and forget the anger

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    2. Hello Duchess dear πŸ’•

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    3. I am like your hubby, i hate that repetitive apology eh, but my husband can apologize repeatedly eh, and the worst part is that he expects me to apologize that way when i wrong him.

      After saying sorry, he will be like, you have not apologized, i will tell him but babe i just said, he will then say the apology is half baked

      Now what he expects is for you to explain why you did it, and promise never to do it again, really really apologize repeatedly and a whole lot of other plenty talk! It's exhausting mehn!

      Since i don't have the strength to talk too much in the name of apology, i pick my battles wisely and avoid nsogbu.

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  6. I will like learn too😌😌

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  7. No time to calm anyone down.
    Na ignore I dey ignore.
    If you like calm, if you like don't calm down.

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  8. Just zip it up 🀐
    The human tongue has all the destructive arsenal you can ever imagine.
    And it equally harbours all the creativity you can ever imagine too.
    My greatest defense is my silence and the power to always walk away.

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    1. I have learnt that too. I used to be quick to anger and always over-reacted. Now I fear I am too silent. I have learnt to give the silent treatment which isn't my thing.

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  9. 1. I apologize genuinely.
    2. I make her laugh by saying a joke.
    3. I buy a gift just to say sorry.
    4. I say sorry again and just give a hug.

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  11. Haven't seen or met my husband angry...he is a very quiet,peaceful and respectful man both at home and outside.
    Sometimes I ask him if I dont annoy him,he reduced my anger or unnecessary reactions from 100 to 30percent.God created him well abeg.

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    1. Same here. My man hardly gets angry.
      He has changed me positively too in that aspect.
      Such a peacemaker/lover.

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    2. Same with my husband, he hardly get angry and when he is angry, 1 hr sef is too long, he won't remember again. But when he calls my attention to something I have done wrong, I apologise immediately and he will tell me he just want me to work on it that he is not angry. Na me they get angry over little things.

      When am angry, sometimes he give me space to come around, turn it to joke or make jest of me for getting angry over little things, hug me and say mabinu, call for a meeting to apologise or pull me over on the bed if I don't want to rest my head on his chest.

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  12. He’s the “storm out to cool off” type so I send some sweet nothings text (I get over things pretty quickly) and keep texting till he responds..

    Then when he gets back, we unpack the anger layer by layer and hug & kiss it out.

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    1. Very dangerous type, but better than physical violence.

      That's how side chicks are born

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  13. I hold his head to my boobs and say I'm sorry.
    I call him by his pet name.
    I tell him I love him.
    I give him my beautiful smile, it always melt his heart.

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  14. Give her a kiss while she's still at it.

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  15. I let him shout, vent, rant all he wants by keeping quiet. When he calms down, he starts saying things that "should" make me laugh OR He'll be saying things that need my contributions as if nothing happened. So, it's quietness/patience for me mbok

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  16. He has never been angry with me - very calm. He likes to 'gist' with me. I don't nag and love to laugh a lot.
    On a few occasions when I was upset, he just remained calm as usual - he repeatedly made same wrong choices I advised against (with his money though).

    We have a way of tuning into ourselves without going into who did wrong and what you did wrong. No rehashing. πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

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  17. Know your partner's mumu button.
    Once he is angry ,you press the button.

    A friend told me how his husband loves pounded yam,once he is angry she prepares pounded yam

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    1. This one- you go pound yam tire of na some men wey too like pounded yam.
      Evertime dem go vex so day you go pound yam.

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  18. We have days we fast and pray together. That we discovered to be the antidote to
    anger (fits of rage Gal. 5:19).
    Walk in the spirit and you shall not fulfil the desires
    of the flesh. (Gal. 5:16)
    My husband and I have never quarreled for more than a dozen years we live together.
    Thank you Jesus. 😁😁😁😁😁

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  19. My smile is disarming.😜 I'll just smile and say "You this handsome Isoko man, it's ok ,don't be angry again na. I'm very very very very very very very..." before I add the sorry, my darling will start laughing.

    Him: You know I can't stay mad at you for long.
    ❤️❤️❤️

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  20. I have never seen hubbyman angry.

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  21. For my husband, just leave him alone. He will cool off once he sleeps over it.
    When we first got married, I didnt understand this. g. I used to think he was snubbing when he would say allow me to sleep. So i would keep apologising. Now I know better

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  22. I let her finish.I don’t stop her.

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  23. My man is a philosopher, once he is angry he does not take an action immediately but waits to hear your own side of the story, once I'm done explaining he then airs his grievance and I apologise immediately and it's over, I mean forgiven and forgotten.and I will now 'gum' body with him and he starts smillingπŸ₯°πŸ₯°πŸ˜˜.

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  24. He was always angry. I just removed myself from the equation so he’d be happy. Still begging after one year of leaving his house

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  25. When he is angry he shouts and yells at me,calling me names like dullard ,stupid,foolish sometimes with curses like ,this is how you will end in this life,empty,you will struggle and struggle and yet nothing to show,and to tell you the fact that my crime might be I came 5 min late with the car (because we share car )and he wants to pick the children from school.This is the hell I call marriage.I am saving to quit soon.God help me.So at the end of it all I get angrier and sad.Amd when he offends me he doesn't apologize,he is an entitled man.Women pls let's raise our boys right,he is a product of a very toxic upbringing.

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    1. The 1st real truth here today. All of a sudden, everybody is kissing & fucking when angry

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  26. I had a friend that used to tell me that whenever her man is angry, she will just keep calm and wait for evening.
    She will shower, wear something revealing with g-string. If he's in the bedroom, sitting room or wherever, she must go and bend down around that place to look for something.
    His manhood always responds

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  27. My husband is a quiet type so whenever his is angry i will just give him space to cool off.later i will hug him from behind and send my hands down to that thing in between the his legs,with the movement I will mutter I'm very sorry my guy.this my moves melts his heart like anything.

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  28. I withdraw and allow him vent, give him space sometimes I loose it and we quarrel.

    Make-up takes place in za Oda room.

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  29. It depends, if he's just acting up, I'll be apologising with childlike excuses and petting him with pecks and kisses etc but if he's truly angry... first, I don't talk back, I then proceed to what'sapp to structurally deliver my argument explaining everything including my thoughts, what I expected and apology if required or needed. Then I give him space to cool off. That space is the most important cos he can't hold a grudge for long. But when's he still angry, he's like molten lava from an erupting volcano except that he's never violent.

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  30. I don't say anything. We avoid each other for a while and then start gisting as if nothing happened.🀷

    When we were newly married, my husband always uses sex to end a quarell, not anymore jare. We just move on. No time for Malice. He sometimes become overly nice and buy what he knows I will like

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  31. I apologise if am wrong and try to rub his body.....he calms down like a puppy....if am not wrong....I act like nothing happened and gboju o

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  32. Awwwwww... Lovely comments
    God please I want to marry. So that I can be pressing my partner's mumu button too.

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  33. my husband is egoistical and never thinks he is wrong. thank God no violence. me i keep malice because i dont look for trouble so if you offend me i really get upset and find it hard to be free. i just lock up. i do the needful but dont talk to you. hubby tries to joke like nothing happens but i just keep to myself till he apologize. when he is angry i just let him vent then go meet him and apologies. if i respond when he is also angry we can enter a quarrelling match and we both have sharp mouths...lol...kai marriage no easy abeg

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  34. If it is not me that offended him I let him vent then offer solutions if I have any but no matter what I will always be on his team. If he is upset with me I apologize and beg and cry if I have to. I just hate when he is upset with me bcoz it ruins my day.

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