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Is It Right For A Lady To Pop The Question?

Yinka is a beautiful 32yr old lady,working in one of the booming banks in Lagos. She has been finding it difficult to settle down with a man of choice because they all seem take-off after a while, one after the other.The more she tried to make any of her past lovers, try to ask for her hand in marriage,the more they moved farther away from her.

After about 6yrs of trying to do this, she now decided that she'll be the one to do the asking the next time.She met Dave 3months after and fell in love with him.They dated for close to 18months,she then felt it was high time they settled down and now asked him to marry her.Dave eventually accepted her proposal and they got married quietly.Now they are one hapy couple.

But, I think its biblically and morally wrong for a woman to propose.The man should do the finding and the proposing too

Or does Yinka's case work for everybody?

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Lwkmd,men for me if a lady ask me,I go naturally take off

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personally i respect a lady who knows what she wants and goes for it, sometime we men jus don't have d b.a.l.l.z to fufill our basic requirements. Besides d world has changed, let's forget pride and all that bullcrap, i see nothing wrong in a gurl asking a guy out.

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Well, I feel its not right 4 the woman to do the asking. But U neva can tell, May be She had the means to be the man, then She shld just take up being the bread winner, while the man turns the bride. Ladies are known to be reserved. That method may have worked 4 her but that doesnt make it the right approach! Unless the man is weakling!

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Whatever floats your boat

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The 1st chic that ever trumps-up the guts to "pop the question" wins my soul forever & ever --- no kidding !!!

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if she didn't do wat she did she ain't gon be married right now tho i can't do watever she did i guess she got to do wat she got to do to get wat she got

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