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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by Seyzcham91(m): 2:59pm On Nov 30, 2020
Bro! listen to me carefully as i have no money to give you but this token of Advice!

Never ever, i repeat "never ever" invest in any girl regardless, she may appear hardworking to you but don't try it, as you keep investing your life one ready made sugardaddy will just come and steal her from you instantly and she can never dare to reject a rich man offer as most girls can't

From your story you earn 40k a month which is nothing meaning you need to invest in your self and upgrade yourself first, that 40k you make in a month some guys blow it at a bar one night.

Be wise!
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by emperordelis(m): 2:59pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:

my parents are doing well, dad is even taking care of his brothers children. my sister's are all married. the only thing my parents need from me is my love and present not money

You already know what you want,why you come dey worry is here?
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by kokaneprodigy(m): 2:59pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?
You can spend on her but don’t invest on her, by spending on her you don’t have the mind set of returns, investing is another thing entirely it will end in tears since you are already expecting something from it.

Any money I spend on a woman is under my miscellaneous budget like money I spend on alcohol and other entertainment. I can’t save up to spend on a woman.

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by SweetCunt97(f): 2:59pm On Nov 30, 2020
wiloy2k8:
Dont do that ... i did and full of regrets now
Not all will have ur experience
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by gaftsoil(m): 3:00pm On Nov 30, 2020
Bro , don't invest on any female that is not your Mother, sister or wife. Anything you do for your girlfriend is a waste, she can find someone that is rich immediately after getting her the shop and she can easily tell you that you did nothing for her. I'm talking from experience bro. Never make that mistake. Save that 60k and start little business for yourself and combine with your work

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by botrix(m): 3:00pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?

If you are not married to her PLS DONT INVEST ON HER
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by emperordelis(m): 3:00pm On Nov 30, 2020
BrokeNhustling:
Get her pregnant

Bad man!!! angry
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by SocialJustice: 3:00pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?
You can't afford to take the risk. Please invest in yourself. Your salary is N40k and N480k annually. If you give her your entire annual earning, one dude can come from nowhere and double it effortlessly. Invest in yourself grow your income before you think of such benevolence. Your annual pay isn't even up to $1k.

Lift yourself out of struggle before you help others otherwise you'll crumble and she'll be gone.

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by NellaObi: 3:01pm On Nov 30, 2020
Dont invest on your girlfriend you will regret it... Its jus like you trying to play God and control you both destinies thinking if you invest in her she would marry you ....nah... If you wanna invest in her through education she will go to school and see other guys...if you send her abroad... She will see other surroundings and guys better than you.. she will leave you asap.. dont come here and be crying later on cos dont say I didn't warn you

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by ghidhehorn(m): 3:01pm On Nov 30, 2020
My kind advice is invest in yourself...I have a similar scenario ...it will end in tears.
Don't try it.
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by MyVILLAGEpeople(m): 3:01pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:

my parents are doing well, dad is even taking care of his brothers children. my sister's are all married. the only thing my parents need from me is my love and present not money

But you should like someone who is struggling in your story. If what you said about your family is true, then I see no reason why a meagre 60k is much to spend on your babe.
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by prekumohtim(m): 3:02pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?

You guys are misusing the term investment. Investment is meant to give a return . What you are about doing is a gift . If you are not established what is the essence of establishing a woman? Won't you put your house in order first before you think about any other thing ?

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by wisdomiskey(m): 3:02pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:

my parents are doing well, dad is even taking care of his brothers children. my sister's are all married. the only thing my parents need from me is my love and present not money

And so the next thing is to squander your money on a broke girl you are not married to?
Please go ahead and "invest" so that when she upgrades her lifestyle she will dump your sorry ass for a richer dude and tell you "how much is 60k sef?" wink

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by Kosiso12(f): 3:02pm On Nov 30, 2020
It will end in tears. The worse thing a struggling man should engage in this life is falling in love.
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by biggie73(m): 3:02pm On Nov 30, 2020
Why waste your meager resources? If you insist on helping her, see it a bad debt.
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by Ijaya123: 3:02pm On Nov 30, 2020
What exactly can 60k do in opening a shop?
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by gaftsoil(m): 3:02pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?
Bro , don't invest on any female that is not your Mother, sister or wife. Anything you do for your girlfriend is a waste, she can find someone that is rich immediately after getting her the shop and she can easily tell you that you did nothing for her. I'm talking from experience bro. Never make that mistake. Save that 60k and start little business for yourself and combine with your work

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by JasperVII(m): 3:03pm On Nov 30, 2020
I pity this man

Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by Edidiong123: 3:03pm On Nov 30, 2020
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by mrdharkchild(m): 3:03pm On Nov 30, 2020
PLEASE READ ME...
1. If you invest in her business, it should be on a professional level, where you'd get benefits in currency and not sex..
Bring in a lawyer friend to make sure about that..
Business is business.

2. If wat u mean by investment here is so she'd remain with u, my guy, it'll end in expensive tears.

Please NOTE:
No woman is worth this type of investment, unless it's your mum or your sister.
Please, u just earn 40k.
Dont kill yourself over a woman, please.

I beg u in d name of God.
Stop going too personal with girls


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My birthday is tomorrow o.

1st Dec, 199?

I need people to know.
I need birthday messages, that's all.
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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by espn(m): 3:03pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?
bro go into partnership with her...register and do the CAC thing...agree on the shares between each other. So if she fk brother chop her face. Make sure you are at advantage so fi she fk you have nothing to loose.

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by kokaneprodigy(m): 3:04pm On Nov 30, 2020
stillmaticOG:

60k isn't a lot of money to make u regret even if things don't go as planned.

If u think she's worth it then go ahead. Only risk takers expect rewards
Dude 60k is a lot to someone than earns 40k per month. The fact he has to save up for 60k speaks volume and you are saying it’s not a lot. You better read his post again.

Any money you have to save up to raise it’s a lot,

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by Danny50: 3:04pm On Nov 30, 2020
As calabar boy wey i be... You are scared of investing 60k hmm my brother you are a very stingy man.
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by Okuda(m): 3:04pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?

coming here alone to ask us if you can invest in your girlfirend is a simp move. do we know, see , talk to or understand what she is to you? anybody giving you any advice here is also a fool. if you believe your woman is worth it, why should you even think twice giving her the momey? what are you going to regret? 60k? is that bar?
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by MrNipplesLover(m): 3:05pm On Nov 30, 2020
coolcharm:
Everything in life is a risk.

If you don't take it, you'll never know.

Personally, I don't generalise things. If you can, do it. But don't bank on your deeds.

If it comes back to meet you for good, fine. If it doesn't, so be it!


nice one here.

perfect punctuation positioning.





stay blessed, bro.

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by ghettochild4u(m): 3:05pm On Nov 30, 2020
If u want to.. Abeg no put yr mind to expect anything in return.. Per adventure una no date again.... Let go oooo
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by waploger(m): 3:06pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?

Invest in me. i take God beg you. Hungry want kill me for work wey i dey learn.

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by wisdomiskey(m): 3:06pm On Nov 30, 2020
Samakus:
A 40k salary earner thinking of opening a shop for a girl he's not married to.

Truly, dem dey born maga everyday aswear. No wonder yahoo boys dey cash out on a steady

Imagine this fool wants to invest his little pitiful savings on a girl - tomorrow this same dolt will tell a bro or male friend that he has no money to assist them lipsrsealed

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by Eluala(m): 3:06pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:
My girlfriend is very good in sawing and she has always wanted to have a shop of her own where she can expand. She is still in school and supports her studies from the little sawing she does at home, the truth is she's very hard-working.

Should i take a risk and open a shop for her. I work and i earn 40k a month i can easily save up to 60k from now till January but am scared, I don't want to take a risk i will later regret in life.

Pls has any body faced this kind of situation before or heard of it and how was the outcome?

Just buy her a hacksaw then, she is very good in sawing (sowing). Don't mind me I'm just kidding.

Back to the matter, if you are already having doubts about it, and it will pain you so much if after the "investment'', she ends up with another man, then please preserve your sanity, her life and yours by not doing it. But if you are willing to let go if it turns out to be a total loss for you, then go ahead. But most times investments made based on emotions and sentimental considerations only don't end well.

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by wisdomiskey(m): 3:06pm On Nov 30, 2020
waploger:


Invest in me. i take God beg you. Hungry want kill me for work wey i dey learn.

grin grin grin

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Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by Nuttella(f): 3:07pm On Nov 30, 2020
Firstandonly:

my parents are doing well, dad is even taking care of his brothers children. my sister's are all married. the only thing my parents need from me is my love and present not money
Invest in her cause she is hardworking, you dont always find such ladies.
Re: Should I Take The Risk And Invest In My Girlfriend? by KLand(m): 3:07pm On Nov 30, 2020
How much have you invested in your sister?

I asked because I don't share in the concept of boy friend - girl friend thing.

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