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Earlier Or Later? When Would You Prefer To Know About It?

Just wondering, Most people (guys and girls) often have really bad pasts and being in a relationship, lovers tend to open up to each other. Guys, if your girl really loves you but you happen to be the broke, and she has other guys who take care of her (even though she's not in love with them) would you want her to let you know instantly or would you prefer not knowing at all? And if you do not want to know at all, what happens if you later get to know after you guys are engaged?

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If I find out I’ll talk to him and warn him seriously but if it continues, with the excuse that his not having, then I’ll let go.

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I agree with the above reply 100%,

why can't she take care of herself?, why depend on someone else to take care of you, some women sha!!! I personally believe this is nothing more than Prostitution.

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Not too early n definately not too late.There gasto be a balance; if i know too early,den i'd probably bail,if i know too late,i almost certainly will bail!

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1st of all not all girls re like that. . . 2ndly if he truly loves me he wouldn't go out to meet some woman even though he's broke. . . Finally, I'll like to know at the begining than finding out myself.

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I guess this depends on the kind of relationship U have with the girl in question. Personally I'm not the kind to share my woman with anyone. If we can't survive comfortably on what I have either I up my earning capacity and make additional provisions, cut back on our spendings temporarily till we get ontop of the situation, she gets a job to support our relationship, or we just break it off.

Why should my girl need other men to take care of her. U don;t know Santa clause is just a fairytale? Abi na charm me and her carry take fal all the men mugu wey dem no go wan repayment in kind?

Bulls*it mehn. There's no excuse for sharing my woman with anyone. Period!

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