Dating nigerian women
Nairaland Forum / Nairaland / General / Culture / Tips On Dating A Nigerian Man (24183 Views) Nigerian Man Turns Woman: Mr Dapo Adaralegbe, Now Miss Stephanie Adaralegbe / Can A Nigerian Man Be Happy With An English Wife? Men will deceive you to get the honey-pot, whether they are from Lagos or Durban(SA).# If you don’t like slimy food, [email protected]: It seems that some posters are taking issue with your list. Its as glaring as light that she didn't cpmpose the write-up herself.please a good sense of humour wouldn't be inappropriate at this point . regardless of the "indirect insults"@angelheart, i could vouch you just didn't come all the way to nairaland to throw insults at nigerian men, or did you dear??
/ Dating A Nigerian Guy In China (1) (2) (3) (4) When dealing with Nigerian men, remember these tips girls:# Don’t marry any man unless you have known him for at least four years, Nigerian or not.# Use a condom even after your first test. # Don’t marry him if you don’t like pepper.# If you think the pidgin English is bad for the kids, make him stop at once. # The whole big joystick thing is always relative, but ladies, it’s true – so arm yourselves.# Like any other man, if you don’t feel like cooking like you own a catering business, don’t. I must confess that I, myself, don't understand some of the points you're making. This sounds like what you hear from a dejected woman.
Whenever you see women in colourful layers of cloth and hats like peacocks, run.# Relatives must never be accepted for long and the first night should always be in a hotel. All the men you know will be in dresses and matching curtain trousers and all you can say is “Oga”.# Limit him to a few friends. Here's a suggestion: Re-post your list, but this time, include an explanation with each of your tips. Relatives must never be accepted for long and the first night should always be in a hotel. All the men you know will be in dresses and matching curtain trousers and all you can say is “Oga”.# Limit him to a few friends. There are some Nigerian women abroad who have similar sentiments but expressed in other forms.
Friendly, Anurika (I don't know if im spelling it correctly!! Im just looking out for my fellow non-nigerian sisters.Surely you have seen how many posts have been made by by non-Nigerians who are experiencing MAJOR problems with Naija men.The best solution is to stay away anf keep to their own men and if they cannot, then I might as well devise the 'Dating Naija men commandments'.At least they cant back and complain that nobody warned them.Why do you fail to acknowldge the points that were positive: I mean the manhood bit.Moreover, there were some points where I di say that 'Not Only Naija men, '.But then again, who cares, Keep concentrating of the negatives and suit yourselves. I didn't mention the right ones,cause i agree with them,and i think it goes for all of men.Like I said, its healthy to release some heat once in a while. I mean,for me,u have to be in a relationship at least 3 or 4 years,before u take the next big step,being with a Nigerian or not. Where I live, Nigerians are seen as very good persons,and there are interracial relationships,some of them leading to marriage and some not.But since, I entered this forum, I read about women that married with unfaithfull men,and that they didn't treat them well.I think that we shouldn't generalise,cause the character of a person,doesn't depend on his nationality.Every person is different,and should be treated differently,cause it's just unfair. 92Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.