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Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by winner95(m): 2:03pm On Oct 21, 2015
Just imagine!!
Who will you advice him to save/who will you save if u were in his shoe?

Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by ajasbaba(m): 2:12pm On Oct 21, 2015
chai


see test
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by winner95(m): 2:17pm On Oct 21, 2015
ajasbaba:
chai


see test
Oga who are u gonna save??
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by midolian(m): 2:39pm On Oct 21, 2015
Save your mum. For if you don't, you will never find another, you ll regret not saving her for the rest of your life and you ll live with the guilt till your dying day.

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by lawrenceunaa: 3:07pm On Oct 21, 2015
midolian:
Save your mum. For if you don't, you will never find another, you ll regret not saving her for the rest of your life and you ll live with the guilt till your dying day.
seconded after saving her next na $100M since I can marry another wife grin grin grin grin

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by midolian(m): 3:10pm On Oct 21, 2015
lawrenceunaa:
seconded after saving her next na $100M since I can marry another wife grin grin grin grin
hehehehe grin
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by energylee(m): 3:19pm On Oct 21, 2015
Mk my mama help me carry 100m, I go draw mama up, as for d wife, mk she hold on, we go drain d river. Money don dy....

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by coldHeat: 3:34pm On Oct 21, 2015
A difficult question to say the least.

A hundred million dollars (roughly 20 billion naira) is really tempting, in reality, a part of me would go with it, and if I don't save it, a part of me will sink with it forever; every challenge afterwards will look me in the eye and mock me and my business sense will call me stupid and all other sorts of things.

But if I save the money and choose to lose my mum and wife, there is no amount of cash or assets that will save me from the guilt of choosing money over them. I might live to be a hundred years old and my money would be able to buy anything for me, save the feeling that I did the right thing at the right time, and on my dying bed, I'd regret deeply and probably curse the day I made that mistake that changed my life and robbed me of my soul and humanity forever.

So, the money is out of the question.

I am left with my wife and my mother.

My wife is a part of me, we are not the two sides of a coin, we are the coin; our sides expressing and revealing our personalities and ideals which can best be understood differently by whoever looks at us. My wife completes me, defines me and re-defines me as I go about my purpose. To live without her is to live without the core essence of my being; a man flayed, trying to come to terms with his newly found existence that hides within the shadows of his depression, heavily pregnant without meaning but a despair that can only be comforted his grief and the passage of time...

But my mother is my source, without her, I cannot exist; my spirit will have no body to tether to, since my body came from the workshop that is her womb. I was created in the realm before earth, but my spirit married my body in my mother's womb; it was our home, our school and our church where we met, got acquainted, bonded and manifested into this world. There won't be anything left for me to share with my wife, and my orientation of life and eternity would be baseless and shapeless without the accompanying lessons I received form her...

So here I stand, watching the two most important women sinking before my eyes, the third (money) I shall carelessly divorce for the sake that I might in a bid to save three (myself included) lose one (money)...

Whether I can even swim well or not the painter of the scenario does not say, but if the circumstance determines that I can only save one then I shall be forced to make a choice.

I will first choose my mother because I will never have another in this life or the next (no mammary glands or vaginas in heaven mind you), and I shall let my wife die (it may appear she died rich as she sinks with the money, but at this serious point of call, such witty, ironic humor shall recede into the deepest parts of my mind that a logical thinking pattern blessed with adrenaline might take over).

The problem with this choice (since I know my mother very well) is that she too will be unhappy with me (and herself) for the rest of her life. She will tell me once she wakes up that I should have saved my wife and left her to die, since she had lived her life well enough to know that I haven't begun to live mine. And if I know my mother very well she would jump right back into the water (even though she knows she can't swim) to save my wife, and I'd have to jump into the water all over again...

So, who would I save in truth? I'd save my wife.

I'd leave the money (even if i wanted to, a hundred million dollars {in gold or cash} would be too heavy for me to pull up to the surface fast enough to go back and save the women in my life [estimating its weight]), and I'd save my wife, knowing my mother would approve of such a thing (and like most high-rated Hollywood movies she'd say a touching cool line whilst sinking like "save your wife you stupid boy, and tell that your bald head father I knew about him and Cynthia), and after saving my wife I'd go down and save her as well, hoping that God would humour us all and mouth to mouth resuscitation would save the day...

So, in a nutshell,

I'd save my wife,

Then i'd try save my mum (at least I'd bring her body to the surface and try to call her spirit back into her body),

If I can save both, then I'd be so happy I'd go back down and look for that money! cheesy


But to save wealth at the expense of life, even Death herself might just mutter aloud "eleyi gidigan" (this one is strong!"wink


lol!

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by joseph1832(m): 3:40pm On Oct 21, 2015
I refrain from even attempting to sAve any. But as it is, saving the $100 million dollars won't do any harm because from the looks of it, mum and wifey will never know I chose $100 million dollars over them. LOL.

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 3:45pm On Oct 21, 2015
Hahahahahahahahaha hmmmmmm mum, wife.......... but 100 m?
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by tosyne2much(m): 3:47pm On Oct 21, 2015
Money is out of it. I mean what's the essence of living in luxury when you will live the rest of your life in guilt?

Personally, I will save my wife in this kind of situation

Let's take a look at it from my view point

Firstly, your mother is meant to die before your wife. It's not a curse, that's the normal way it should happen. However, whether you love your wife more than your mom or not, the fact still remains the same that you are meant to lose your mother before your wife (unless things happen otherwise which will never be our portion)


Secondly, from biblical standard, you should save your wife because when you want to marry a woman, you will go to the altar and make an oath/solemn promises to always save her in times of affliction. Mind you, no man goes to the altar with his mom making an oath to save her when affliction arises. In this case, you are expected to save the one you made an oath with


Thirdly, the emotional trauma you will face when you lose your wife will be more than that of your mother. This implies that, life will definitely go on when you lose your mom, but when you lose you wife, it's just like your life has come crashing down. Starting all over again may not be easy

Lastly, though I'm not married but I think a man will definitely get to a stage in life when his wife will take the place of his mother.

To each his own opinion
cool

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Futureviz: 3:47pm On Oct 21, 2015
coldHeat:
A difficult question to say the least.

A hundred million dollars (roughly 20 billion naira) is really tempting, in reality, a part of me would go with it, and if I don't save it, a part of me will sink with it forever; every challenge afterwards will look me in the eye and mock me and my business sense will call me stupid and all other sorts of things.

But if I save the money and choose to lose my mum and wife, there is no amount of cash or assets that will save me from the guilt of choosing money over them. I might live to be a hundred years old and my money would be able to buy anything for me, save the feeling that I did the right thing at the right time, and on my dying bed, I'd regret deeply and probably curse the day I made that mistake that changed my life and robbed me of my soul and humanity forever.

So, the money is out of the question.

grin grin funny you, but bro we always replace our wife but can neva replace our mother

I am left with my wife and my mother.

My wife is a part of me, we are not the two sides of a coin, we are the coin; our sides expressing and revealing our personalities and ideals which can best be understood differently by whoever looks at us. My wife completes me, defines me and re-defines me as I go about my purpose. To live without her is to live without the core essence of my being; a man flayed, trying to come to terms with his newly found existence that hides within the shadows of his depression, heavily pregnant without meaning but a despair that can only be comforted his grief and the passage of time...

But my mother is my source, without her, I cannot exist; my spirit will have no body to tether to, since my body came from the workshop that is her womb. I was created in the realm before earth, but my spirit married my body in my mother's womb; it was our home, our school and our church where we met, got acquainted, bonded and manifested into this world. There won't be anything left for me to share with my wife, and my orientation of life and eternity would be baseless and shapeless without the accompanying lessons I received form her...

So here I stand, watching the two most important women sinking before my eyes, the third (money) I shall carelessly divorce for the sake that I might in a bid to save three (myself included) lose one (money)...

Whether I can even swim well or not the painter of the scenario does not say, but if the circumstance determines that I can only save one then I shall be forced to make a choice.

I will first choose my mother because I will never have another in this life or the next (no mammary glands or vaginas in heaven mind you), and I shall let my wife die (it may appear she died rich as she sinks with the money, but at this serious point of call, such witty, ironic humor shall recede into the deepest parts of my mind that a logical thinking pattern blessed with adrenaline might take over).

The problem with this choice (since I know my mother very well) is that she too will be unhappy with me (and herself) for the rest of her life. She will tell me once she wakes up that I should have saved my wife and left her to die, since she had lived her life well enough to know that I haven't begun to live mine. And if I know my mother very well she would jump right back into the water (even though she knows she can't swim) to save my wife, and I'd have to jump into the water all over again...

So, who would I save in truth? I'd save my wife.

I'd leave the money (even if i wanted to, a hundred million dollars {in gold or cash} would be too heavy for me to pull up to the surface fast enough to go back and save the women in my life [estimating its weight]), and I'd save my wife, knowing my mother would approve of such a thing (and like most high-rated Hollywood movies she'd say a touching cool line whilst sinking like "save your wife you stupid boy, and tell that your bald head father I knew about him and Cynthia), and after saving my wife I'd go down and save her as well, hoping that God would humour us all and mouth to mouth resuscitation would save the day...

So, in a nutshell,

I'd save my wife,

Then i'd try save my mum (at least I'd bring her body to the surface and try to call her spirit back into her body),

If I can save both, then I'd be so happy I'd go back down and look for that money! cheesy


But to save wealth at the expense of life, even Death herself might just mutter aloud "eleyi gidigan" (this one is strong!"wink


lol!
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 3:57pm On Oct 21, 2015
I would love to say I would save the money but honestly - I'd probably save my wife.




And that's the sorry truth
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Mumuuu: 3:58pm On Oct 21, 2015
coldHeat:
A difficult question to say the least.

A hundred million dollars (roughly 20 billion naira) is really tempting, in reality, a part of me would go with it, and if I don't save it, a part of me will sink with it forever; every challenge afterwards will look me in the eye and mock me and my business sense will call me stupid and all other sorts of things.

But if I save the money and choose to lose my mum and wife, there is no amount of cash or assets that will save me from the guilt of choosing money over them. I might live to be a hundred years old and my money would be able to buy anything for me, save the feeling that I did the right thing at the right time, and on my dying bed, I'd regret deeply and probably curse the day I made that mistake that changed my life and robbed me of my soul and humanity forever.

So, the money is out of the question.

I am left with my wife and my mother.

My wife is a part of me, we are not the two sides of a coin, we are the coin; our sides expressing and revealing our personalities and ideals which can best be understood differently by whoever looks at us. My wife completes me, defines me and re-defines me as I go about my purpose. To live without her is to live without the core essence of my being; a man flayed, trying to come to terms with his newly found existence that hides within the shadows of his depression, heavily pregnant without meaning but a despair that can only be comforted his grief and the passage of time...

But my mother is my source, without her, I cannot exist; my spirit will have no body to tether to, since my body came from the workshop that is her womb. I was created in the realm before earth, but my spirit married my body in my mother's womb; it was our home, our school and our church where we met, got acquainted, bonded and manifested into this world. There won't be anything left for me to share with my wife, and my orientation of life and eternity would be baseless and shapeless without the accompanying lessons I received form her...

So here I stand, watching the two most important women sinking before my eyes, the third (money) I shall carelessly divorce for the sake that I might in a bid to save three (myself included) lose one (money)...

Whether I can even swim well or not the painter of the scenario does not say, but if the circumstance determines that I can only save one then I shall be forced to make a choice.

I will first choose my mother because I will never have another in this life or the next (no mammary glands or vaginas in heaven mind you), and I shall let my wife die (it may appear she died rich as she sinks with the money, but at this serious point of call, such witty, ironic humor shall recede into the deepest parts of my mind that a logical thinking pattern blessed with adrenaline might take over).

The problem with this choice (since I know my mother very well) is that she too will be unhappy with me (and herself) for the rest of her life. She will tell me once she wakes up that I should have saved my wife and left her to die, since she had lived her life well enough to know that I haven't begun to live mine. And if I know my mother very well she would jump right back into the water (even though she knows she can't swim) to save my wife, and I'd have to jump into the water all over again...

So, who would I save in truth? I'd save my wife.

I'd leave the money (even if i wanted to, a hundred million dollars {in gold or cash} would be too heavy for me to pull up to the surface fast enough to go back and save the women in my life [estimating its weight]), and I'd save my wife, knowing my mother would approve of such a thing (and like most high-rated Hollywood movies she'd say a touching cool line whilst sinking like "save your wife you stupid boy, and tell that your bald head father I knew about him and Cynthia), and after saving my wife I'd go down and save her as well, hoping that God would humour us all and mouth to mouth resuscitation would save the day...

So, in a nutshell,

I'd save my wife,

Then i'd try save my mum (at least I'd bring her body to the surface and try to call her spirit back into her body),

If I can save both, then I'd be so happy I'd go back down and look for that money! cheesy


But to save wealth at the expense of life, even Death herself might just mutter aloud "eleyi gidigan" (this one is strong!"wink


lol!
angry
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Mumuuu: 3:59pm On Oct 21, 2015
coldHeat:
A difficult question to say the least.

A hundred million dollars (roughly 20 billion naira) is really tempting, in reality, a part of me would go with it, and if I don't save it, a part of me will sink with it forever; every challenge afterwards will look me in the eye and mock me and my business sense will call me stupid and all other sorts of things.

But if I save the money and choose to lose my mum and wife, there is no amount of cash or assets that will save me from the guilt of choosing money over them. I might live to be a hundred years old and my money would be able to buy anything for me, save the feeling that I did the right thing at the right time, and on my dying bed, I'd regret deeply and probably curse the day I made that mistake that changed my life and robbed me of my soul and humanity forever.

So, the money is out of the question.

I am left with my wife and my mother.

My wife is a part of me, we are not the two sides of a coin, we are the coin; our sides expressing and revealing our personalities and ideals which can best be understood differently by whoever looks at us. My wife completes me, defines me and re-defines me as I go about my purpose. To live without her is to live without the core essence of my being; a man flayed, trying to come to terms with his newly found existence that hides within the shadows of his depression, heavily pregnant without meaning but a despair that can only be comforted his grief and the passage of time...

But my mother is my source, without her, I cannot exist; my spirit will have no body to tether to, since my body came from the workshop that is her womb. I was created in the realm before earth, but my spirit married my body in my mother's womb; it was our home, our school and our church where we met, got acquainted, bonded and manifested into this world. There won't be anything left for me to share with my wife, and my orientation of life and eternity would be baseless and shapeless without the accompanying lessons I received form her...

So here I stand, watching the two most important women sinking before my eyes, the third (money) I shall carelessly divorce for the sake that I might in a bid to save three (myself included) lose one (money)...

Whether I can even swim well or not the painter of the scenario does not say, but if the circumstance determines that I can only save one then I shall be forced to make a choice.

I will first choose my mother because I will never have another in this life or the next (no mammary glands or vaginas in heaven mind you), and I shall let my wife die (it may appear she died rich as she sinks with the money, but at this serious point of call, such witty, ironic humor shall recede into the deepest parts of my mind that a logical thinking pattern blessed with adrenaline might take over).

The problem with this choice (since I know my mother very well) is that she too will be unhappy with me (and herself) for the rest of her life. She will tell me once she wakes up that I should have saved my wife and left her to die, since she had lived her life well enough to know that I haven't begun to live mine. And if I know my mother very well she would jump right back into the water (even though she knows she can't swim) to save my wife, and I'd have to jump into the water all over again...

So, who would I save in truth? I'd save my wife.

I'd leave the money (even if i wanted to, a hundred million dollars {in gold or cash} would be too heavy for me to pull up to the surface fast enough to go back and save the women in my life [estimating its weight]), and I'd save my wife, knowing my mother would approve of such a thing (and like most high-rated Hollywood movies she'd say a touching cool line whilst sinking like "save your wife you stupid boy, and tell that your bald head father I knew about him and Cynthia), and after saving my wife I'd go down and save her as well, hoping that God would humour us all and mouth to mouth resuscitation would save the day...

So, in a nutshell,

I'd save my wife,

Then i'd try save my mum (at least I'd bring her body to the surface and try to call her spirit back into her body),

If I can save both, then I'd be so happy I'd go back down and look for that money! cheesy


But to save wealth at the expense of life, even Death herself might just mutter aloud "eleyi gidigan" (this one is strong!"wink


lol!
angry angry
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by tosyne2much(m): 3:59pm On Oct 21, 2015
Lemme observe comments cool
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Mumuuu: 4:00pm On Oct 21, 2015
coldHeat:
A difficult question to say the least.

A hundred million dollars (roughly 20 billion naira) is really tempting, in reality, a part of me would go with it, and if I don't save it, a part of me will sink with it forever; every challenge afterwards will look me in the eye and mock me and my business sense will call me stupid and all other sorts of things.

But if I save the money and choose to lose my mum and wife, there is no amount of cash or assets that will save me from the guilt of choosing money over them. I might live to be a hundred years old and my money would be able to buy anything for me, save the feeling that I did the right thing at the right time, and on my dying bed, I'd regret deeply and probably curse the day I made that mistake that changed my life and robbed me of my soul and humanity forever.

So, the money is out of the question.

I am left with my wife and my mother.

My wife is a part of me, we are not the two sides of a coin, we are the coin; our sides expressing and revealing our personalities and ideals which can best be understood differently by whoever looks at us. My wife completes me, defines me and re-defines me as I go about my purpose. To live without her is to live without the core essence of my being; a man flayed, trying to come to terms with his newly found existence that hides within the shadows of his depression, heavily pregnant without meaning but a despair that can only be comforted his grief and the passage of time...

But my mother is my source, without her, I cannot exist; my spirit will have no body to tether to, since my body came from the workshop that is her womb. I was created in the realm before earth, but my spirit married my body in my mother's womb; it was our home, our school and our church where we met, got acquainted, bonded and manifested into this world. There won't be anything left for me to share with my wife, and my orientation of life and eternity would be baseless and shapeless without the accompanying lessons I received form her...

So here I stand, watching the two most important women sinking before my eyes, the third (money) I shall carelessly divorce for the sake that I might in a bid to save three (myself included) lose one (money)...

Whether I can even swim well or not the painter of the scenario does not say, but if the circumstance determines that I can only save one then I shall be forced to make a choice.

I will first choose my mother because I will never have another in this life or the next (no mammary glands or vaginas in heaven mind you), and I shall let my wife die (it may appear she died rich as she sinks with the money, but at this serious point of call, such witty, ironic humor shall recede into the deepest parts of my mind that a logical thinking pattern blessed with adrenaline might take over).

The problem with this choice (since I know my mother very well) is that she too will be unhappy with me (and herself) for the rest of her life. She will tell me once she wakes up that I should have saved my wife and left her to die, since she had lived her life well enough to know that I haven't begun to live mine. And if I know my mother very well she would jump right back into the water (even though she knows she can't swim) to save my wife, and I'd have to jump into the water all over again...

So, who would I save in truth? I'd save my wife.

I'd leave the money (even if i wanted to, a hundred million dollars {in gold or cash} would be too heavy for me to pull up to the surface fast enough to go back and save the women in my life [estimating its weight]), and I'd save my wife, knowing my mother would approve of such a thing (and like most high-rated Hollywood movies she'd say a touching cool line whilst sinking like "save your wife you stupid boy, and tell that your bald head father I knew about him and Cynthia), and after saving my wife I'd go down and save her as well, hoping that God would humour us all and mouth to mouth resuscitation would save the day...

So, in a nutshell,

I'd save my wife,

Then i'd try save my mum (at least I'd bring her body to the surface and try to call her spirit back into her body),

If I can save both, then I'd be so happy I'd go back down and look for that money! cheesy


But to save wealth at the expense of life, even Death herself might just mutter aloud "eleyi gidigan" (this one is strong!"wink


lol!
angry angry angry
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by CharlyNick: 4:12pm On Oct 21, 2015
winner95:
Just imagine!!
Who will you advice him to save/who will you save if u were in his shoe?


Bros u like gossip o............. U know how much be $100,000. 000?

Even the girl's parents would be angry with me if I did other wise........
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 4:12pm On Oct 21, 2015
My mama comes first wen I no dey craze


Money comes next when I'm not a fool


Then my sweet pie to come enjoy the money grin
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 4:15pm On Oct 21, 2015
Coldheat your story is too long but thank God for once; you're one of the few men with their heads screwed on correctly. Save your wife before your mother wink grin
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 4:23pm On Oct 21, 2015
I will save my MUM 1st, because IF I lose her I will never get her back... I can't have another MUM.

But for WIFE, am entitled to many wives as a African.

I can get CASH via many routes such as
LOAN.
LOTTO.
CASH and WIN promo.
BUSINESS.
NIGERIAN POLITICIAN.
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 4:58pm On Oct 21, 2015
I will save the money,with I will use in giving my mum,and wife a beffiting burial.


after the reggae comes the blue, then life goes on.
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 5:31pm On Oct 21, 2015
Okay, The Money is out! Who you gonna spend it with?


There are many Bittches out there! Besides, the one in question could Later turn out to be the wrongest Bittch for you!!!



You can Never have another Mother!!!

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by nikkypearl(f): 5:37pm On Oct 21, 2015
Why every1 dey type long epistle huh sad its just a simple question nah


mother is the truest friend we have, when trials heavy and sudden fall upon us; when adversity takes the place of prosperity; when friends desert us; when trouble thickens around us, still will she cling to us, and endeavor by her kind precepts and counsels to dissipate the clouds of darkness, and cause peace to return to our hearts.
I always choose MUM

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 5:43pm On Oct 21, 2015
I'd save the money so my "wife" can have a dignified funeral grin

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by hatux: 5:46pm On Oct 21, 2015
Save my Mama and mama should carry bag of money when drawing her up. Simple!
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Seculent: 5:53pm On Oct 21, 2015
Stale picture.
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by Nobody: 5:56pm On Oct 21, 2015
Any Lady that will take sides with those claiming they will save Wifey first May Probably be the ones that will end up having problems with their Various Mother-in-Laws!!! #Fact angry

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Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by dechandel(f): 6:06pm On Oct 21, 2015
Yomieluv:
I will save the money,with I will use in giving my mum,and wife a beffiting burial.


after the reggae comes the blue, then life goes on.
grin grin grin
Chai!!
I was actually looking out for this comment!! grin
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by mysteryman2014: 6:32pm On Oct 21, 2015
Ideally and scripturally Wife
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by winner95(m): 7:16pm On Oct 21, 2015
CharlyNick:



Bros u like gossip o............. U know how much be $100,000. 000?

Even the girl's parents would be angry with me if I did other wise........
Very funny. grin

Cc:mods pls help move to fp.
Re: Confusing Moments! Who Will You Save? (photo) by winner95(m): 7:22pm On Oct 21, 2015
coldHeat:
A difficult question to say the least.

A hundred million dollars (roughly 20 billion naira) is really tempting, in reality, a part of me would go with it, and if I don't save it, a part of me will sink with it forever; every challenge afterwards will look me in the eye and mock me and my business sense will call me stupid and all other sorts of things.

But if I save the money and choose to lose my mum and wife, there is no amount of cash or assets that will save me from the guilt of choosing money over them. I might live to be a hundred years old and my money would be able to buy anything for me, save the feeling that I did the right thing at the right time, and on my dying bed, I'd regret deeply and probably curse the day I made that mistake that changed my life and robbed me of my soul and humanity forever.

So, the money is out of the question.

I am left with my wife and my mother.

My wife is a part of me, we are not the two sides of a coin, we are the coin; our sides expressing and revealing our personalities and ideals which can best be understood differently by whoever looks at us. My wife completes me, defines me and re-defines me as I go about my purpose. To live without her is to live without the core essence of my being; a man flayed, trying to come to terms with his newly found existence that hides within the shadows of his depression, heavily pregnant without meaning but a despair that can only be comforted his grief and the passage of time...

But my mother is my source, without her, I cannot exist; my spirit will have no body to tether to, since my body came from the workshop that is her womb. I was created in the realm before earth, but my spirit married my body in my mother's womb; it was our home, our school and our church where we met, got acquainted, bonded and manifested into this world. There won't be anything left for me to share with my wife, and my orientation of life and eternity would be baseless and shapeless without the accompanying lessons I received form her...

So here I stand, watching the two most important women sinking before my eyes, the third (money) I shall carelessly divorce for the sake that I might in a bid to save three (myself included) lose one (money)...

Whether I can even swim well or not the painter of the scenario does not say, but if the circumstance determines that I can only save one then I shall be forced to make a choice.

I will first choose my mother because I will never have another in this life or the next (no mammary glands or vaginas in heaven mind you), and I shall let my wife die (it may appear she died rich as she sinks with the money, but at this serious point of call, such witty, ironic humor shall recede into the deepest parts of my mind that a logical thinking pattern blessed with adrenaline might take over).

The problem with this choice (since I know my mother very well) is that she too will be unhappy with me (and herself) for the rest of her life. She will tell me once she wakes up that I should have saved my wife and left her to die, since she had lived her life well enough to know that I haven't begun to live mine. And if I know my mother very well she would jump right back into the water (even though she knows she can't swim) to save my wife, and I'd have to jump into the water all over again...

So, who would I save in truth? I'd save my wife.

I'd leave the money (even if i wanted to, a hundred million dollars {in gold or cash} would be too heavy for me to pull up to the surface fast enough to go back and save the women in my life [estimating its weight]), and I'd save my wife, knowing my mother would approve of such a thing (and like most high-rated Hollywood movies she'd say a touching cool line whilst sinking like "save your wife you stupid boy, and tell that your bald head father I knew about him and Cynthia), and after saving my wife I'd go down and save her as well, hoping that God would humour us all and mouth to mouth resuscitation would save the day...

So, in a nutshell,

I'd save my wife,

Then i'd try save my mum (at least I'd bring her body to the surface and try to call her spirit back into her body),

If I can save both, then I'd be so happy I'd go back down and look for that money! cheesy


But to save wealth at the expense of life, even Death herself might just mutter aloud "eleyi gidigan" (this one is strong!"wink


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Nice theory up dia! cheesy

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