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When Your Wife/Husband Was Once Your Primary School Classmate. by 7victor(m): 10:11pm On Mar 03
As an adult, have you dated or are you married to a person who was once your class mate either in primary or secondary School?

How was/is the experience like?

For me, I think it is the best experience someone can have as far as(or as near as) bonding with him or her is concerned.

Marrying someone who was your class mate or play mate when you were very young,always brings out fond memories.

Such love is always very sweet.

I remember one Imaobong when I was in primary school.

She was such an active child who was not hesitant to find trouble.

She would run up and down the school pursuing boys.

Because of always finding trouble, one fine arts teacher asked her to touch her toes for caning on the buttocks.

All boys were very happy that they would beat her.

The last time I saw her was in primary 5.

When I got posted to Kano state for NYSC,

I saw surprised to see her in Kano also as a corper after so many years.

I had clean forgotten that such a person existed until I found her in Kano.


We got along so well with so much fun memories to relive.

I knew she still had that trouble making nature by the way she acted around the Hausa teachers in the school.

She rarely related with people.

But I have noticed that women that are very troublesome,

when they see me,they tend to immediately like me, even if they hate other people.

Because I am capable of showing so much submission and humility to the extent that they would not find fighting with me worthwhile.

Some of them would start calling me sweet names like "darling","sweet heart" etc.

But if a woman still feels like fighting me,I will not give her such opportunity to fight me.

And so it was that Imaobong started talking with me and we got so close, laughed over issues together and relived so many childhood memories.

That was the best kind of reunion I have ever had although we did not relate well in primary school, because she was always finding me trouble.

Even though I would be minding my business, she would come and say something hurtful to me, because she sat close to me in primary 5.

But all these changed during our NYSC.We became close friends.

When it came time to part ways, after NYSC, she said she had never been so close to anyone as she was close to me.

Have you ever had such experience?

Please share it here.
Re: When Your Wife/Husband Was Once Your Primary School Classmate. by chatinent: 12:01am On Mar 04
7victor:
As an adult, have you dated or are you married to a person who was once your class mate either in primary or secondary School?

How was/is the experience like?

For me, I think it is the best experience someone can have as far as(or as near as) bonding with him or her is concerned.

Marrying someone who was your class mate or play mate when you were very young,always brings out fond memories.

Such love is always very sweet.

I remember one Imaobong when I was in primary school.

She was such an active child who was not hesitant to find trouble.

She would run up and down the school pursuing boys.

Because of always finding trouble, one fine arts teacher asked her to touch her toes for caning on the buttocks.

All boys were very happy that they would beat her.

The last time I saw her was in primary 5.

When I got posted to Kano state for NYSC,

I saw surprised to see her in Kano also as a corper after so many years.

I had clean forgotten that such a person existed until I found her in Kano.


We got along so well with so much fun memories to relive.

I knew she still had that trouble making nature by the way she acted around the Hausa teachers in the school.

She rarely related with people.

But I have noticed that women that are very troublesome,

when they see me,they tend to immediately like me, even if they hate other people.

Because I am capable of showing so much submission and humility to the extent that they would not find fighting with me worthwhile.

Some of them would start calling me sweet names like "darling","sweet heart" etc.

But if a woman still feels like fighting me,I will not give her such opportunity to fight me.

And so it was that Imaobong started talking with me and we got so close, laughed over issues together and relived so many childhood memories.

That was the best kind of reunion I have ever had although we did not relate well in primary school, because she was always finding me trouble.

Even though I would be minding my business, she would come and say something hurtful to me, because she sat close to me in primary 5.

But all these changed during our NYSC.We became close friends.

When it came time to part ways, after NYSC, she said she had never been so close to anyone as she was close to me.

Have you ever had such experience?

Please share it here.








After all this long talk you didn't marry her.


Come close, no I won't hurt you but come closer.

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Re: When Your Wife/Husband Was Once Your Primary School Classmate. by chatinent: 12:03am On Mar 04
For me, I'll marry who fits in my requirements now.


..it doesn't have to be sb from old.

Re: When Your Wife/Husband Was Once Your Primary School Classmate. by Ultimatesammie(m): 12:04am On Mar 04
chatinent:



After all this long talk you didn't marry her.


Come close, no I won't hurt you but come closer.
cheesy cheesy grin
Re: When Your Wife/Husband Was Once Your Primary School Classmate. by chatinent: 12:18am On Mar 04
Ultimatesammie:

cheesy cheesy grin
I had to stress my eye finding the happily-ever-after. Mehn.
Re: When Your Wife/Husband Was Once Your Primary School Classmate. by quaronf0n: 1:43am On Mar 04
7victor:
As an adult, have you dated or are you married to a person who was once your class mate either in primary or secondary School?

How was/is the experience like?

For me, I think it is the best experience someone can have as far as(or as near as) bonding with him or her is concerned.

Marrying someone who was your class mate or play mate when you were very young,always brings out fond memories.

Such love is always very sweet.

I remember one Imaobong when I was in primary school.

She was such an active child who was not hesitant to find trouble.

She would run up and down the school pursuing boys.

Because of always finding trouble, one fine arts teacher asked her to touch her toes for caning on the buttocks.

All boys were very happy that they would beat her.

The last time I saw her was in primary 5.

When I got posted to Kano state for NYSC,

I saw surprised to see her in Kano also as a corper after so many years.

I had clean forgotten that such a person existed until I found her in Kano.


We got along so well with so much fun memories to relive.

I knew she still had that trouble making nature by the way she acted around the Hausa teachers in the school.

She rarely related with people.

But I have noticed that women that are very troublesome,

when they see me,they tend to immediately like me, even if they hate other people.

Because I am capable of showing so much submission and humility to the extent that they would not find fighting with me worthwhile.

Some of them would start calling me sweet names like "darling","sweet heart" etc.

But if a woman still feels like fighting me,I will not give her such opportunity to fight me.

And so it was that Imaobong started talking with me and we got so close, laughed over issues together and relived so many childhood memories.

That was the best kind of reunion I have ever had although we did not relate well in primary school, because she was always finding me trouble.

Even though I would be minding my business, she would come and say something hurtful to me, because she sat close to me in primary 5.

But all these changed during our NYSC.We became close friends.

When it came time to part ways, after NYSC, she said she had never been so close to anyone as she was close to me.

Have you ever had such experience?

Please share it here.






Re: When Your Wife/Husband Was Once Your Primary School Classmate. by 7victor(m): 6:25am On Mar 04
chatinent:



After all this long talk you didn't marry her.


Come close, no I won't hurt you but come closer.
Re: When Your Wife/Husband Was Once Your Primary School Classmate. by 7victor(m): 6:28am On Mar 04
chatinent:
For me, I'll marry who fits in my requirements now.


..it doesn't have to be sb from old.

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