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Do Nigerian Guys Propose?

i heard that our dear Nigerian guys dont even propose,

they always find a roundabout way of asking

One guy tried to do the whole romantic thingy

and put the ring in the cake on vals day

He was lucky the girl didnt swallow tthe ring, choke and die

Some girls even buy their own wedding ring, imajin

guys ooh, try abeg!

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Lbabe

that's a funny story, maybe u should ask him u want a ring. U might be surprised to get one. As of me, a ring is important. because i wont open my mouth and say im engaged with out proof. SO a ring is actually a important symbol.

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I dont think dey do. It just gets 2 a point in d relationship where he begins 2 ask abt seein d pple of d girl or d girl begins 2 ask when he's going 2. The ring issue comes when they r buying stuff 4 d wedding

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well I believe we STILL PROPOSE IN NIGERIA, Ooops, sorry I will propose do not let me talk about others

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lol

He most to do it ooh

if he dosnt i will move on then!

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Nigerian guys don't get the oppurtunity to propose as Nigerian girls talk about marriage from day 1.

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Nigerian men are very romantic in their own ways.

Just because babaosisi doesn't serve me breakfast in bed,doesn't mean he 's any less romantic.

We should leave oyibo to their culture and  not compare ourselves to them.

Our women have babies and spend 3 months at home being pampered while the average American is back to work 2 weeks later.

I agree our men ought to learn some of the good in Oyibo culture but let's not down the ones who refuse to.

Most still love their wives.

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i know ma,

its jst that its goin to be that only one time

and u want to make it special,

i know we have a different culture

but these days, cultures do merge

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heya. Iv always thought to myself that if my boyfriend proposes in an unfanciful manner. I’l say no cuz we’v witnessed many sweet,  heart melting proposal. Ok I was kidding about the no part sha. I’l say yes and make him pay somehow

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yes,I visited and he was washing his clothes doesn't mean I slept there.

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Gamine,you must understand that we have a different culture.

And moreover it's actually romantic to have a man be himself and act naturally.

All that flowers this,dinner that,throw the ring in the champagne,seems fake and unreal.

The most important thinbg is the character and quality of the man not his proposal skills.

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Okey babyosisi

i tot u said while doing the laundry, so,

Anyways Lbabe, u r just lucky

i pray u guys dont crash

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I slept with mine from the day he asked me out and it hasn't reduced his love for me,

he still begs for it! i do small shakara then dive into bed

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All my life I had dreamt of the perfect proposal,

you know,nice dress,dinner, the works,

I could have killed him when he said to me

in his friends dirty room,lets get this marriage thing over with,

i'll tell my folks to come see yours!

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My hubby did propose to me in a very ordinary way.

He said it while doing laundry and I still appreciated it.

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Whether my pic is eye, catching or whuteva

This Thread is about Nigerian guys so pls stick to d topic!!!

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@chichi

U accused Gamine of being ugly, yet u're not bold enough to drop ur own pix 4 scrutiny.

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@gamine

Maybe Chichi is right, the pix in ur profile isn't just eye catching. Naturally, u might b beautiful though.

Reference to your first post,

Its just that some Nigerian girls seem to push too much about d marriage thing. somehow assuming the responsibility of the guys.

The more responsible and patient ones I can assure u get a decent proposal from the guys.

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chichi wat the heck r u trying to say

U wey dey Yankee, u no fit talk sef

*kai these pple again!!!*

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it is because you are ugly.

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