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Thursday, September 02, 2021

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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    1. @ Q.s it is not easy to wear Easy Jeans.

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    2. I remember easy jeans of those days had a few. Bia celebrant you don old o 🀣

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  2. I cannot relate abi relationship 🀦🏽‍♀️

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  3. Married people please tell us.

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  4. Na lie πŸ€₯.

    There's no point fighting when issues can be peacefully sorted out through communication and mature conversation.

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  5. Not married but i think disagreement over money is a common thing

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    1. Not when you make money that has a SURNAME...
      That kind of money that as you are spending;more keeps coming..

      There is a kind of money you would make that even an atheist hearing the figure will shout "Blood of Jesus"..

      @MARTINS

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    2. Hmmmm..i pray for such.

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    3. My dear Martins na that kind of ego we want ooo.

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    4. Exactly Martins

      When the going was good we hardly have issues but now ehn...

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    5. I didn't know how it even went to anony sef...mtcheeewww

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    6. I claim that kind of money in Jesus name, AMEN!!!!

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  6. I cannot relate.
    Understanding makes it easier.

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  7. I have never argued with my husband not to talk about "fights"
    We always ask ourselves same questions; where are the "fights" people say
    will always be in marriages? Do not get me wrong, it entails a lot of work;
    discipline of the flesh (fasting), praying, being together and studying the Scriptures
    together.
    He will always quote this Scriptures to me;
    "Husbands, treat your wife honor and respect as a fellow heir of Grace, so that your prayers won't be hindered..." 1 Pet. 3:7

    He says he wants God to answer all his prayers. 😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁
    No baskets for him at all.
    That is my story.

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    1. @Shooter gal

      Bye!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. @Shooter and Snarker
      You both will be so happy if my marriage is full of fights?
      Do I fight people here? Nne o, my marriage is full of joy and laughter just like I laugh here o.
      Jesus has put joy in my heart and laughter and songs in my mouth.😁😁😁😁😁🎢🎢🎻

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    3. Shooter 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    4. ANG my darling that’s not the case now, haba.

      Your story actually swelled my heart with joy but Shooter’s comment just cracked me up for some reason. Wishing you and your loving hubby more blissful years ahead.

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  8. Yes,I presume. But I'm not married.


    Lovelace

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  9. I think so, but I'm not yet there

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  10. It's amazing that I can't relate to any at all. It's just amazing.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ i laugh in... itsekiri

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  11. If you pick the system of joint account plus your personal account, I doubt you'd ever need to quarrel over money. If both parties are working and have sense, what exactly about work will u be quarreling over. If both are in agreement on how to raise their child, why should the quarrel over their parenting.

    If both agree to do housechores and then split chores accordingly and also help the other person when he or she can't seem to do the chores at that moment (my husband still begged me to help him do the dishes he couldn't do last night claiming back pain πŸ™„ and I helped during my lunch break), why will there be quarrel over chores.

    And as for sex, if we both have sense, there shouldn't be quarrel over it. I kuku love my husband too much to deny him and he me and when I'm tired and not in the mood, he totally understands and cuddles instead. I do try to make that scenario as rare as possible.

    Yes, we are still young in marriage and we are not perfect but life generally is already filled with negative drama already, why create extra in ur marriage?

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    1. The kind of marriage I want. God bless your home Joy.

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    2. This is exactly what I mean by understanding.
      Those making life difficult I guess are mostly those that don't really know what love means.

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    3. Lucent, I pray you get a beautiful marriage. Nothing in this world beats that

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    4. Awwww..
      Understanding is actually the key to every marriage...
      At the same time it's luck

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  12. Yes I can

    Presently going through a rough time in my marriage and all boils down to money...hubby lost his job again since November last year and my business hasn't been going as expected...πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺ

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    1. I pray for Supernatural restoration for your family IJN, amen.

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    2. AmenπŸ”₯πŸ”₯

      😘

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    3. It is well, things will get better by God's grace

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  13. Can't relate at all at all. Over to the married ones.πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

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  14. Money showed me the other side of my man. When the going was good, he was great. Till something happened in 2019 & no more money. Jesus! Sometimes I will buy detergent and be looking for it. It will be that he went to hide it. I literally burst into tears sometimes. I grew up in luxury. I did all my vacations abroad as a kid. I was betrothed to someone I didn't love & ran with my lover. We were so happy till money finished. He grew up in poverty. When I ran with him family cut ties with me. My people poverty is bad. I still don't regret choosing love; but this other side is tough & too hard for me. He apologises sometimes that in their own side if you are not around when food is ready, forget it. Meanwhile in my side, we throw food and even have choices. It is well.

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    1. Guess he didn't love you because of your money,as he is showing his true colour.

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    2. God will open doors of favor for u guys..it is well

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  15. My own we fight becos of his cheating ways,this one na chronic womaniser.Has degree in this department

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  16. My own na food dey cause quarrels pass anything. I will prepare something today, it's too peppery, tomorrow, there's not enough pepper, day after tomorrow, too much bitter leaf, the week after this stew isn't tasting fresh are you sure there's no tomato puree in it, a week after, the ogbono isn't drawing you didn't grind it well., amongst other complaints. Before marriage, I used to feel like the belle of the kitchen, I was praised by friends and family and even strangers. I come enter marriage see say na Γ±os 1 food critic I go marry

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    1. Get a cook or secretly buy from food vendors in containers and store in the freezer. Then watch if he still complains. If he does this, know there is something else going on. Do not let anyone make you feel less than you are.

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    2. Thank you anon 12.20, had thought about doing the getting from food vendors but I have been reluctant. Will give it a try once and see how it goes

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