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Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post..

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    1. If I were a man, I'll gently carry the child up, collect the feeding bottle from my wife, feed him, then go to the kitchen and prepare dinner.
      Kini big deal?
      🏋️‍♂️🏋️‍♂️🏋️‍♂️

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    2. Some women are like this.
      My neighbor can literally burn the whole house down without knowing it once she's on her phone.
      Very annoying behavior!!

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    3. @Castle Nigerian man feed child? Enter kitchen? You don't know it reduces his masculinity by 1 billion?
      He is a man because he cannot enter kitchen.
      Don't you know?

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    4. Castle, really? Just carry the baby, collect the bottle and go feed the child. I will be calm by gt time the baby is done. We continue from there

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  2. Lol. Where is our able men, come and answer question.

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  3. Omo!
    As a woman sef, I go vex! Oya, men.

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  4. Carry my child up and go to the seating room. Won't talk to wify to make her know I'm not happy over it.

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    1. Malice is toxic. So they said

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    2. How about the stupid phone? You won't test it's durability on the wall?.

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    3. Ms Saphire..what exactly are you saying? The man should smash the phone on the wall? Is that not how DV starts?!

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    4. Children should not marry children. Infact they should not be marrying at all.
      Since your idea of communication is keeping malice like a toddler.
      If it is to demand blow hob, una mouth go open like pot.
      When it comes to communicating like a fully grown adult in your marriage,
      na der be wahala for problem.
      Pity.

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    5. Anon 19:08, where in my comment do you read that I won't talk to her again? Won't talk to wify at the spot. So how's that malice?

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    6. Isn't that child abuse? Is that not addiction?

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    7. You just post comments that smells of "kiss ass". Always posting what will make you appear like a different male seeking social validation of women 🙄🙄🙄

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  5. What are the chances this is possible tho? If it happens, na to take the woman go Yaba left because something is definitely wrong

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    1. Thers nothing wrong, this can happen to anyone

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    2. It can happen to the yeye ones shah.

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  6. Na sdk blog the mother dey read so🤣😁

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    1. stoopeet🤣
      Stella go use that her e-slap she always reserve for chronicles of a blog visitor to reset her brain.

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  7. This isn't funny at all oooo
    She must leave my presence,she's not ready to be a mother!

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  8. Snap her, then take the phone from her.

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  9. I go halls her ,after picking up my child

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  10. She will go back to her father's house for some training.

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  11. On a more serious note, read of stories where mothers act this way as a result of postpartum depression. Some have no interest in the baby whatsoever

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  12. I can't really say what to do but normally,,I go carry my pikin and that's all...no wahala but must destroy that phone

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    1. Another toddler spotted. Hope you are not married o.

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    2. He is married. Shebi if phone no dey, she go concentrate?

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  13. My reaction will depend on my mood and the level of neglect the child is subjected to. Normally, I will scream and ask her what she is doing, pick the baby up and tell her to drop her phone with some angry statement to follow.

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    1. You mean some angry abuse ba.

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  14. Will quickly pick my baby up and she will not set her eyes on that phone for one week. I hate nonsense 😡🔥

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  15. Give her a hot slap so her brain can return to factory setting.

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  16. will definitely caution her, haba

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  17. Carry my baby and hug him. Call Madam's attention to what happened.

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  18. I'll tell off. If something like this happens in saner climes, won't she be charged for child endangerment or criminal negligence?

    I'll tell her that if she won't put a premium on my baby's life, I'll take the baby to my mum and tell everyone who cares to listen how irresponsible she is.

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  19. Too much freedom. I'll call my mum to come help us babysit. That way she will sit up.

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  20. Some of these comments make me wonder what type of communication/conflict resolution skills parents are teaching their children.

    It is so immature to give someone the silent treatment. Of course, if you're angry, call a time out and then address the issue when you've calmed down. But that should be done as quickly as possible. Taking away the woman's phone? Is she a child that needs to be punished? Are you her father? What about calling the man's mother to come over to straighten out the wife? That's how problems start between in-laws.

    Side note, my ex husband's parents gave him the silent treatment for more than two years because they didn't like a choice that he made. Instead of talking it out, they chose to pretend he didn't exist. He carried that earned behavior into our marriage. We had HUGE issues with communication because of it. I digress.

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    1. Your points are valid o but you see that phone? I may not destroy it on the spot but trust me to install virus and all sorts to destroy the software. The phone will die a painful death and the wifey will have no clue as to how it happened.

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    2. It's a learned behaviour from families, that's why you see some husbands keeping malice with wives for months, refusing to eat as if they were toddlers, looking for who will beg them to speak and eat. You try that rubbish with me you will just die in silence. Don't have time for nonsense.

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