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Would You Choose Your Partner's Personal Assistant?

I have heard of stories where one's partner especially the wife or perhaps the fiancée tend to choose their partner's personal assistant and most often than not they pick ugly, fat and non-attractive ones so that their husbands/fiancé don't get tempted.

Would this bother you? And do you subscribe to the above?

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Imaooo!!, come and help me, i don die finish. Siena, na u dey for that pic? He he he he!!

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Bother me? Oh, not at all. Instead, I will f@*k her (the PA, that is) until she becomes more beautiful than my wife and then run away with her. That means I will invest some money in the plan. It will be some poetic justice for the controlling freak that I call 'wife',

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why on earth will i do dat? a man is always a man no matter what. if ur man wants to do sometin no matter wat he'll still do it.so why dnt let him be its a free world.as long as i love a man whatsoever he does i dnt have a problem wit it except i dnt love him dats wen its a problem to me.

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i dey suspect this question

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I think your spouse should be in the know or at least get a feel for his/her opinion. A PA is very different from an office secretary. The work of a PA will always blend in with your personal life. ALWAYS

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@mrs siena,

Should there be a problem? It is just an innocent question.

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yes naw, and i'd pick the fugliest one of the bunch ov course abi who will allow one strange lepa to start working for her husband, before you know it they will be grabbing lunch together and next its sleepover together, kamari!

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Hi Ujujoan Mr S. is doing just great. And how are you too?

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@ Mrs siena

is that your pic in the profile?

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First of all choosing your Partner's assistant for whatever reason has to be an arrangement that is agreed by both parties. Nevertheless, it will only make sense if the purpose of this action can be achieved. But as long as the arrangement will not achieve that aim - whatever it is - , then you can be sure to be wasting efforts and time. Attraction comes in various ways, but what will stop evil from happening between this two close colleagues is having a Mind that does not attend to sin, and self-control (when tempted).

For me i will not bother doing that, and if my fiancee is interested in making a choice for me and i allow that, then i should also be willing to accept responsibility if her choice turns out to be a non-productive PA.

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this happens many a time- a woman trying to choose as much as possible the other women that come in contact with her husband. that is why u see ugly female house helps being employed in the home. so that the she will be dominant.

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Of course I'll choose his PA. . . after I've chosen  his female friends, chosen the kind of woman who walks on the street by his office, the ones he jams in the elevator, I'll also make the women in the restaurants he eats lunch at are ugly pimply faced women.

Since we'll be going to a church for only the ugly and disgusting, I won't have to worry about the women he associates with there.  Of course we would be living on an island, I won't have pick and choose the women he comes in contact with.

I'd advice all women to take a page from my book if they want to have a successful relationship.

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Freedom to choose.

Let everyman/woman be free to choose.

Even if u choose for ur partner,

whatever he/she wants to do,

he/she will do.

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@ Mr. Cold

This is the price one pays for being unlettered.

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Choose my partner's PA 4 wat?

The question is not clear 2 me.

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I leave my husband to his own devices.

He knows what is at stake for the family that we've struggled to build. That I believe helps him make good decisions.

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I think you're getting mixed-up here, perhaps you didn't pay much attention to the topic?

Mrs. Siena's married to me, and I'm no cheater. This was something we were both discussing, after watching a Nollywood movie. Not every topic raised here is a reflection on the thread starter's life.

Besides, my work doesn't call for a PA, or secretary, so the need for my wife to choose would never arise.

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Oh so U've been following my posts? No wonder. U finally got the guts to say something, sadly U chose the wrong comment to come out with the bile on.

U should have been a lil patient and waited for me to say something inconsistent that isn't intended as a joke then U wouldn't sound so obviously embittered.

U don't have to agree with things I say. U could just skip them U know; then again the truth is hard to ignore isn't it?

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I understand that not everyone is good in English Comprehension.

Mr. Cold, get someone to expasiate on my post for U and if possible, translate it into ur native tongue then maybe Ur antagonistic mind would more easily assimilate and understand what I said and why I said it clearer.

Abi na U be the husband?

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Why don't U just marry a man of noble character and be a woman of virtue so U wouldnt have to preoccupy Urself with worry issues like personal assistants?

If he's not a person of character U should just pray for him and not put ideas into his head like choosing a PA for him.

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Even if she's fat & ugly if your husband is goin to stray he'll still stray.All a man needs to his mind intact are principles.

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I don't subscribe to selecting my partner's PA, I am of the belief that personal/private life shouldn't interfere with business life. Except of course I am an active part of the business i.e. I work in the office in HR capacity.

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