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Should I Cook For My Boyfriend?

So, I've been dating this guy for about 4 months now. Some weekends (usually saturday, b/c i go to school) I would go out with him and some times I would spend the day at his place (we DONT have sex though and I have never slept over). So I will be visiting him next Saturday so I wanted to surprise him and make him an african meal so this time he wouldn't have to spend money for us to eat out. Is it to early in the relationship to get in his kitchen and cook? I don't want to do anything that would put me in an awkward situation.

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@ smoooth

i hate to dignify ur post wiv a response, so i wnt join words wiv u. I'l just suggest dat in addition to writtin ma name down(which i appreciate) u buy urself a sense of humour cos dere isnt anythang in dere to upgrade.

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Better still, why don't you bosom-feed him?lol

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u just show say u no sabi cook, which Africa meal no need vegetable, na ofe nsala, afam soup, black soup, egusi or vegetable soup. infact i better write ur name down so i dnt make the mistake of asking u out anytime on Nl.

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op- its too early to cook for him, come and cook for me instead!

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lol, well i knew if a couple months before we actually made it official. so yes he is my boyfriend who i am trying to convert into my husband, but i don't want to appear like I'm trying too hard.

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I completed undergrad. I am currently a first year grad student. I'm 23. He's 27 and working full time as a dentist so he is pretty well off financially.

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U shd prolly ensure dat ur african meal dosnt include vegetables, so he dosnt accuse u of trying to jazz him¤¤lmfao!

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babe u have to feed him some how, sex or food wise.

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Sist,you harsh no be small

I think she only asked a harmless question in view of the fact that she wants to be nice to the guy and at the same time avoid having sex with him(very commendable,they're just 4 months into the thingy).I fail to see how cooking for him will lead to sex if it's not on your mind.

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no don't cook starve him. u called him ur friend and u can't make a decision of what you want. is he ur boyfriend or ur lover?

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Better watch what you will put in that food o. Girls of nowadays! we no fit trust una finish.

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Maybe you should prepare the food outside the house and you both can eat it at the backyard or something like that, but try not to cook when it's raining or when it's cold.

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Whats wrong with cooking for someone you love? Boyfriend or not

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@ poster

Its funny how ladies think. If a guy cooks for his girl friend, then he is romantic. But a girl would have to get advice from Nairalanders before she can cook for her boyfriend. Isn't that awkward.

I think you can cook for him as long as you don't start acting like an Iyawo afterwards. Cos that would freak him out

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Cook for him, but if your recipe is delicious, next appreciation mood might follow. Beware!!

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you mean it's been 4 months and you haven't cooked. what kind of evil is that.

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@pweety

so u've seen the song?. . .lol

@OP

if it'll be just u guys dont cook too much o, cos guys tend to get quite. . .amorous after a good meal. So u need to be sensitive just so magic doesnt happen lol. And of course dont do it too often. Its too early.

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its 4 months now. . . . not too early.

Show him why you're a keeper

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Its possible. You only need to have great self-control and discipline. Rather than cooking something elaborate (since its your first time at his place), prepare something quick and simple. . . . indomie wit plantain or plantain with eggs.

the earlier you let him know your stand on pre-marital sex, the better it is for you two. cos he might be nursing different ideas in his head

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