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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by DonroxyII: 8:19pm On Jul 27, 2020
NockMedia:

C'mon man, it doesn't work that way. We both know that ladies are the weaker sex. You're not only at a risk of severely hurting her but you also stand the chance of getting locked up. Regardless of whoever started the drama.
Some dude would walk away but you know what, such a kinda girl can be kidnapped and the story go end ... Some real OG would stand up but the story must definitely has part 2 which is gonna be bad !!

Never train your Female child on assault ... it is very Dangerlous
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by engrchykae(m): 8:21pm On Jul 27, 2020
dairykidd:

Everything u wrote has nothing on the OP. No sane woman would physically attack a man publicly or privately. Any lady that does so is from a very useless background. Fighting publicly even between men is stupidity talk more of a woman initiating the first attack on a man and expects to be appluaded. I have about 5 sisters before me who are all beautifully settled in their respective homes. Never for once can i remember being assualted physically by any of them. Not even any of my step mothers or mother ever raised a hand against me while growing up. My father never hit any of my mothers as far as i can recall, not even once. So all that nonsense u wrote up there is just what it is..nonsense. I love women too but i pray never to have any meaningfull relationship with women who do not know how to respect themselves and the people they come across in life. They are women and any woman who doesn't know how to use her natural charms to work for her in such a situation is a goat and deserves to be treated as such. You people will just come online to support stupidity for no good reason. All these roadside street bitches with damaged souls. If na me be those boys i for use one of the idiots supporting the girls there take clean the floor and spoil that wedding.. nonsense angry
I will avoid anything that will bring that ugly situation of she slapping me.
I know of a girl in my workplace who is always aggressive looking for guys to have altercation with,I avoid her,not that I can't beat the hell out of her,but I avoid the situation.
There is something you said that I liked"you said any woman who can't use her natural charm to calm such situations is stupid"
Fighting reduces a man's dignity whether with fellow men or with women.
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by lecturer50(m): 8:21pm On Jul 27, 2020
Tonytonex:
okay. you tried. it's really an exploitative mentalities things
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by luminouz(m): 11:02am On Jul 28, 2020
thotsofnaij:
The truth is the guys were wrong. If a white woman had left here seat and come back the guys would have respectfully stood up. They won't do that for the ladies here because they see them as black.

WAIT! what i'm saying is the guys should have behaved like gentlemen towards the ladies (who knows what good things would have come out of it). They could have just said I didn't anyone was sitting here and the ladies might have said sorry we didn't leave anything here or that person over there saw us leave for a brief moment.

Slapping the lady is not manliness. You get no points for that. It just shows how lowly we see our women which is what women are fighting against.

Lmaoooo...

How you reason this way is amazing.
The girl was the aggressive one

The girl slapped him first...what should he do,walk away?
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by luminouz(m): 11:09am On Jul 28, 2020
engrchykae:
I will avoid anything that will bring that ugly situation of she slapping me.
I know of a girl in my workplace who is always aggressive looking for guys to have altercation with,I avoid her,not that I can't beat the hell out of her,but I avoid the situation.
There is something you said that I liked"you said any woman who can't use her natural charm to calm such situations is stupid"
Fighting reduces a man's dignity whether with fellow men or with women.

Your response is worse than the first.

You avoid any situation? Women go use you clean floor if you kowtow to them every time. You will be miserable with HBP in no time. The issue at hand was all caused by the girl. She initiated every disgusting attack first. The dude just retaliated but SIMPs like you will die under the 'real men dont beat women crap'. Since i don't support domestic violence,I shouldn't be a recipient too. Any woman that raises her hand to slap me should expect a thunderous slap in response. That she is a woman doesn't give her the right to be stewpid,does it?

I wonder what dignity you will protect if Fulani herdsmen meet you on the road with your family's lives at stake. I know now that you won't fight to protect them, because fighting reduces a Man's dignity.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by luminouz(m): 11:12am On Jul 28, 2020
spymaster:
Last month, a Lady was having an altercation with a guy at the ATM. There was a long queue and the lady came from nowhere saying she has been around an hour ago but had to quickly go and buy something at the nearby market. The guy she was trying to jump in front of resisted saying he himself could have well gone to the bar and return back an hour later. The lady started insulting the guy and the guy responded by calling her a prostitute. The girl now told the guy that if he calls her a prostitute once again, she will slap him. The guy simply said "Bitch, if you dare slap me, see that bottle over there, I will break it and stab your breast and buttocks and I am ready to go to jail". The girl simply keep quiet when she saw the reaction her action will bring. She just queued at the back of the guy only for the woman at the guy's back to resist saying she has to go back to the end of the line. But this was the woman that was initially asking the guy to let the girl enter his front when the girl was abusing the guy, saying " don't fight with a lady, don't you know she's a woman". The girl had to leave the ATM and go away because she had met her match in the guy.

Now,thats a hardass nigga.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by luminouz(m): 11:24am On Jul 28, 2020
Heathrow44:





I mean it from my the deepest part of my heart and I'm not playing or any of dat, I'm deeply sorry! In as much as I knw u re trying to hide it I can tell u were hurt! I went too far!

Alaye, shatap with all this beggy beggy attitude na...

You raised a point to counter her using her own story and now you dey apologize that you have proven a point?

Stay in one lane na...are you an alpha or a simp?

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by THMT: 11:34am On Jul 28, 2020
Why call the op for keeping quiet when like you said, there are no hard and fast rules regarding reserving a seat in any public gathering.

He has every right either keep quiet or intercede on any body's behalf. The girls never thought it wise to formally plead with him or any one around to secure their seats so from the onset, they messed up.

Baldwretch:


Well I don't think there's a hard and fast rule regarding rightfully reserving a seat. Bros abeg na me dey there, and some considerate ones would stand up for you. I have seen that happen again and again.

With that being said, why is it that no one is calling the OP for keeping quiet? At least he ought to mediate when both parties were arguing, shouldn't he? Even if the guys would not listen, he should at least have spoken to them telling them that the ladies were seated there before.
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by engrchykae(m): 1:45pm On Jul 28, 2020
luminouz:


Your response is worse than the first.

You avoid any situation? Women go use you clean floor if you kowtow to them every time. You will be miserable with HBP in no time. The issue at hand was all caused by the girl. She initiated every disgusting attack first. The dude just retaliated but SIMPs like you will die under the 'real men dont beat women crap'. Since i don't support domestic violence,I shouldn't be a recipient too. Any woman that raises her hand to slap me should expect a thunderous slap in response. That she is a woman doesn't give her the right to be stewpid,does it?

I wonder what dignity you will protect if Fulani herdsmen meet you on the road with your family's lives at stake. I know now that you won't fight to protect them, because fighting reduces a Man's dignity.
fight is like fire,you can decide when to start the fire,but you have no control over when or how it will stop.
When it comes to fulani herdsmen,no real man is expected to be calm.
I choose my fights just like a lion chooses it's fight,a leopard runs after preys Everytime but it doesn't make the leopard to be the king of the jungle.
You are boiling if a woman slap you,you will do this and that .
If a soldier slap you,what will you do?
That is where real men show themselves.
Some real men will fight the soldier right there,some will use their connections to fight him.
While weak men will go home to vent the anger on their unfortunate wives.
I am too calm and calculated for you to make me angry,I see your insults but I chose to ignore them.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by walkwithgod(m): 4:12pm On Jul 28, 2020
NockMedia:

I am not trying to justify what the lady did, but never raise your hand on a lady as a man. Don't.

You are very stupid for this statement. A woman can lift her hand to hit a man but a man cannot lift his hand to do same.

Useless SIMP.
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by luminouz(m): 4:21pm On Jul 28, 2020
engrchykae:
fight is like fire,you can decide when to start the fire,but you have no control over when or how it will stop.
When it comes to fulani herdsmen,no real man is expected to be calm.
I choose my fights just like a lion chooses it's fight,a leopard runs after preys Everytime but it doesn't make the leopard to be the king of the jungle.
You are boiling if a woman slap you,you will do this and that .
If a soldier slap you,what will you do?
That is where real men show themselves.
Some real men will fight the soldier right there,some will use their connections to fight him.
While weak men will go home to vent the anger on their unfortunate wives.
I am too calm and calculated for you to make me angry,I see your insults but I chose to ignore them.
You still said nothing.

A few slaps from your wife/gf will set you straight though.


Have a nice day
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by shalomp: 4:54pm On Jul 28, 2020
Heathrow44:





I mean it from my the deepest part of my heart and I'm not playing or any of dat, I'm deeply sorry! In as much as I knw u re trying to hide it I can tell u were hurt! I went too far!

N.a. you sabi
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Martinez39s(m): 5:11pm On Jul 28, 2020
spymaster:
Last month, a Lady was having an altercation with a guy at the ATM. There was a long queue and the lady came from nowhere saying she has been around an hour ago but had to quickly go and buy something at the nearby market. The guy she was trying to jump in front of resisted saying he himself could have well gone to the bar and return back an hour later. The lady started insulting the guy and the guy responded by calling her a prostitute. The girl now told the guy that if he calls her a prostitute once again, she will slap him. The guy simply said "Bitch, if you dare slap me, see that bottle over there, I will break it and stab your breast and buttocks and I am ready to go to jail". The girl simply keep quiet when she saw the reaction her action will bring. She just queued at the back of the guy only for the woman at the guy's back to resist saying she has to go back to the end of the line. But this was the woman that was initially asking the guy to let the girl enter his front when the girl was abusing the guy, saying " don't fight with a lady, don't you know she's a woman". The girl had to leave the ATM and go away because she had met her match in the guy.
Women!
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Nobody: 6:55pm On Jul 28, 2020
luminouz:


Alaye, shatap with all this beggy beggy attitude na...

You raised a point to counter her using her own story and now you dey apologize that you have proven a point?

Stay in one lane na...are you an alpha or a simp?




Haha, probing somebody's past life and using it to me isn't the right thing to do, in as much as we re in the opposition, we should be independent of our emotions and be open enough to look things thoroughly and say this isn't right! Otherwise we are no different 4rm the useless feminists! We aren't female haters, we aren't misogynist's, always always remember that!
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Nobody: 6:56pm On Jul 28, 2020
shalomp:


N.a. you sabi



Kk
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Martinez39s(m): 6:57pm On Jul 28, 2020
lecturer50:

You know every gender tries to exploit the opposite gender.As a man,there are somethings that you expect from a lady that you dont expect from a fellow man.You expect respect,submission,love from women.You expect a woman to give in to you and live only to satisfy you.They expect a woman to give up her identity and live for them.That is the mentality of men.
Same with women.They expect men to act nicely towards women even when the woman is erring but they cannot accept equality when it comes to paying bills.They expect a man to exist only to satisfy and please women.

THERE WAS A TIME I DID SO.I PRETENDED AS IF I ONLY EXIST TO SATISFY AND LOVE WOMEN.I PRETENDED AS IF I HAVE LOST ALL SENSE OF PERSONAL IDENTITY IN ORDER TO SERVE AND LOVE WOMEN.I WASHED WOMEN CLOTHES AND COOKED FOR THEM.

I WASHED THEIR TOILET AND CLEAN THEIR HOUSE.A WOMAN WILL ASK ME TO MASSAGE HER BACK TO MAKE HER SLEEP FASTER AND I WILL DO SO.

I WENT ON ERRANDS FOR HER.

I GAVE UP MY PLACE FOR WOMEN WHO CAME AFTER ME.

ETC,ETC,ETC

I DID ALL THESE TO SEE HOW WOMEN WILL RESPOND.

THE RESPOND WAS THAT FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANITY,A WOMAN I HAVE NOT KNOW BEFORE APPROACHED ME AND PROPOSE MARRIAGE TO ME

.OF COURSE SHE DID SO WITH THE MIND THAT SHE HAS FINALLY FOUND THE TRUE/REAL MAN THAT WOMEN WANT.

SO DON'T BE DECEIVED,WOMEN WANTS MEN TO LOVE AND SERVE THEM.THAT IS THE PURPOSE OF OUR EXISTENCE AS FAR AS WOMEN ARE CONCERNED.


WOMEN EXPLOIT MEN JUST AS MEN EXPLOIT WOMEN.EVERY GENDER TRIES TO TAKE UNDUE ADVANTAGE OF THE OPPOSITE GENDER.
A WOMAN WANTS MALES TO ONLY EXIST TO PLEASE WOMEN JUST AS A MAN WANTS WOMEN TO EXIST JUST TO PLEASE MEN.
IT IS AN EXPLOITATIVE MENTALITY AGAINST THE OPPOSITE GENDER.
The emboldened is a huge lie. You this woman, stop claiming to be a man. grin

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by lecturer50(m): 8:30pm On Jul 28, 2020
Martinez39s:
The emboldened is a huge lie. You this woman, stop claiming to be a man. grin

You don't believe?

No problem.
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Nobody: 12:07am On Jul 29, 2020
NockMedia:

Whenever a lady tries to get violent with you as a guy, the best thing to do is to walk away from the heat of the moment.

But if it's a guy stand your ground. A clown or a confused sexist which are you?
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by BizBayo: 6:40am On Jul 29, 2020
dairykidd:

You are just talking in the rubbish grin

That guy talked in nonsense

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by BizBayo: 7:04am On Jul 29, 2020
Sarang:


Pray the ladies does not have brothers with her cause they will beat you sotee blood will be oozing everywhere NO MATTER what their sister did

Cause you will do the SAME.

Then those brothers will go to jail... It's very simple.
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Unpussified: 4:12pm On Jul 29, 2020
Martinez39s:
The emboldened is a huge lie. You this woman, stop claiming to be a man. grin


It's either a big fucking lie or the woman in question thought she found herself a perfect slave willing to serve her for life
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Stmiceel(m): 5:11am On Aug 17, 2020
Walk:
Please stop mentioning me.

Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by Karleb(m): 4:25pm On Aug 17, 2020
Someone should give me the guy's number, let me send him the last 1k in my account.


We need men like him.
Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by foolbuster: 8:13pm On Aug 17, 2020
repogirl:

I don't know whether you can't read well because you obviously didn't read what I wrote there. You just jumped in with no comprehension to insult yourself and show your lack of simple intelligence to deduce and understand. You now started talking off point.

No one should be beating anyone, simple. And if you're fighting someone you know you are stronger than, and you keep at it. Then hope that it doesn't lead to something more serious because noone will hear, he started it.

You are talking trash as a result of speaking from both sides of your mouth all because you are a woman, as a result your opinion became devoid of common sense.

These are your words "No, women should never resort to such brazen manners..However, if one does, kindly do not retaliate."

If you were talking with sense as a result of not being biased your reply would have been " no one regardless of whether male or female should resort to such brazen manners however, if anyone does kindly do not retaliate especially when you know you are stronger".

Men too are just as human as women and we still have weak men amongst us.

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Re: My Experience At A Wedding Affected My View On Gender Equality by repogirl(f): 7:11pm On Aug 24, 2020
foolbuster:


You are talking trash as a result of speaking from both sides of your mouth all because you are a woman, as a result your opinion became devoid of common sense.

These are your words "No, women should never resort to such brazen manners..However, if one does, kindly do not retaliate."

If you were talking with sense as a result of not being biased your reply would have been " no one regardless of whether male or female should resort to such brazen manners however, if anyone does kindly do not retaliate especially when you know you are stronger".

Men too are just as human as women and we still have weak men amongst us.
your weak brain cannot comprehend that I responded to a direct question whether women should raise their hands on men?

And when you replied that, is it men who should beat men, I said, noone should be beating anyone, simple.

These weak brain people Sha, Lord help us

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