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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by NiceMen: 7:01pm On Apr 06
flexxyworld:
Your observation is wrong and watery. Even in rich ladies or rich kids, you might likely still have the same experience. Increase your value, you are so ordinary and regular to those girls too. Until you are the first person she can trust for advise, companionship, real talks and maturity. She will not go out of her way for you. Those same girls you complain about, an some guys maga
Chill... you can;t give what you do not have. I will never force it out of any woman... the goal is to stay with who is willing and kick out the ones not willing...

whoever follow your advice will die of heart ache cos he wants to please a woman and force her to be what she is not willing to be to you... Dude, I have played this game long enough to come to this conclusion.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by ZINIIBANKS: 7:05pm On Apr 06
ThiagoKid:
They see relationships as poverty allievation scheme tongue

Can you blame them?
Thaigokid nailed it. Na cause of mosdii comment I open this thread.make I sharply go read am.

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 7:05pm On Apr 06
Dalil8:


Still doesn't change the fact that you're a Woman!

Lolzzzz

So u think a woman can give u hardcore truths like the way I do
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 7:06pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
which empire you build bro? Like I said above... a friend used to think like you... that once you have money, women will fall until he burnt through nothing less than 50Million in today's value and babe still cheated severally.

It is better not to impress any girl with money so that the genuine ones can stay while the golddiggers leave, than trying to use money to impress...

Anyway, na who never see money dey talk like you.

The money isn't to impress any bitch my nigga, the money is mine to make, keep and grow.

Money is certainly an important factor to consider wen determining how valuable a man is. It's part of the financial security women need from men.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by ZINIIBANKS: 7:07pm On Apr 06
Op the truth of the matter is guys should avoid them like plague. Their not good or fit for dating or relationship..

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Reex12(m): 7:10pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
which empire you build bro? Like I said above... a friend used to think like you... that once you have money, women will fall until he burnt through nothing less than 50Million in today's value and babe still cheated severally.

It is better not to impress any girl with money so that the genuine ones can stay while the golddiggers leave, than trying to use money to impress...

Anyway, na who never see money dey talk like you.
so you have time to argue with that kid ..still thinking he has to be elonmusk to be able to attract women. Hes still eating mama thank you so pls kindly ignore him

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by NiceMen: 7:15pm On Apr 06
demmymoney:


The money isn't to impress any bitch my nigga, the money is mine to make, keep and grow.

Money is certainly an important factor to consider wen determining how valuable a man is. It's part of the financial security women need from men.
Dude, I am a hustler to the bone... I make money every day and month. I own a model that is being worked on with the people that owns this place you are using BUT I am not making money so a woman can be with me or sees the need to be with me. If she can't like me as an ordinary human without financial lusters, she should use the exit door. I told my current girl severally that I am broke.

I have grown past the stage of trying to impress a bitch. You can continue in your daydreaming while whores gather you like ants to honey and you feeling like you are living the dream.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by NiceMen: 7:15pm On Apr 06
Reex12:
so you have time to argue with that kid ..still thinking he has to be elonmusk to be able to attract women. Hes still eating mama thank you so pls kindly ignore him
na so I see am bro.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Itstrending: 7:25pm On Apr 06
Shokoloko:


They actually live long. Its nature that decides how long a person lives
your nature is a function of your lifestyle. Some with his ideology doesn't livelong.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by lolu2019: 7:27pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
which empire you build bro? Like I said above... a friend used to think like you... that once you have money, women will fall until he burnt through nothing less than 50Million in today's value and babe still cheated severally.

It is better not to impress any girl with money so that the genuine ones can stay while the golddiggers leave, than trying to use money to impress...

Anyway, na who never see money dey talk like you.
y do u have to use money to impress a woman.if she is bad, let her know. and if she doesn't want to adjust,carry three girls for her front. leave love aside mbok.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Ayrastarr(f): 7:28pm On Apr 06
Wahala for who their parents no get money ooo...


Na to go turn Rev. Sister remain like this.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 7:33pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
Dude, I am a hustler to the bone... I make money every day and month. I own a model that is being worked on with the people that owns this place you are using BUT I am not making money so a woman can be with me or sees the need to be with me. If she can't like me as an ordinary human without financial lusters, she should use the exit door. I told my current girl severally that I am broke.

I have grown past the stage of trying to impress a bitch. You can continue in your daydreaming while whores gather you like ants to honey and you feeling like you are living the dream.



U don't seems to understand that women love opportunistically and are attracted to masculinity and superiority.

Men and women are fundamentally not equal and their attraction to the opposite sex is not symmetrical.

As a man, u are judged based on ur burden of performance. Women just are, they have inherent value.

Having money and status isn't to impress bitches but to grow ur value as a man, don't downplay money as a factor in determining a man's value.

Man's game is to attract and Bleep many bitches as possible
Women's game is to lockdown and keep a high value man

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 7:34pm On Apr 06
Reex12:
so you have time to argue with that kid ..still thinking he has to be elonmusk to be able to attract women. Hes still eating mama thank you so pls kindly ignore him

Lol

Poverty mindset!

Women are hypergamous and their sexual mating strategy is alpha bleeps short term and beta bucks long term.... AF//BB

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by healthbing(f): 7:35pm On Apr 06
Mypeople2:
Babe forget about love.How many girls are looking for love ? Where will you see a girl that is after love ? Every young lady from 19-26 years is looking for money

Is like you have met every girl between that age??
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by healthbing(f): 7:36pm On Apr 06
demmymoney:


All are after at least one, and it's not a good or bad thing

Women love opportunistically, they don't care about ur struggles because they don't build but rather they move in

Women wait at the finish line to Bleep the winners

Stop generalizing it
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Ayrastarr(f): 7:36pm On Apr 06
NiceMen , How many girls from poor backgrounds have you dated ?
Make una dey calm down sha.

This money wey una dey talk about dey come go o!
Plus person background fit change over night.



Besides, what do you actually mean by poor background? Because apart from the likes of otedola and Dangote etc every other person in Nigeria is POOR cheesy

Besides, Anambra men can't relate. Lol!.
Dem dey marry from any background and they are happy grin

Just make more money my Man cool

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 7:37pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
Chill... you can;t give what you do not have. I will never force it out of any woman... the goal is to stay with who is willing and kick out the ones not willing...

whoever follow your advice will die of heart ache cos he wants to please a woman and force her to be what she is not willing to be to you... Dude, I have played this game long enough to come to this conclusion.

Nooo

U are a weak ass man

U don't have value and u want women who love opportunistically to stick to ur broke ass, u are laughable aswear.

Men need frame, game, status and money to attract women
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 7:38pm On Apr 06
healthbing:


Stop generalizing it

I'm not generalizing, I'm just saying the unflattering truth about women.

It's not a good or bad thing

Women wait at the finish line and Bleep the winners.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Awaoyelmoni(m): 7:44pm On Apr 06
My girlfriend presently is from a nt so well to do family, but I'll do anything for her, she's a good girl but the needs get so pressing i feel compassion towards her. problem is lately I'm afraid she might wander off and i understand totally because i'm in between jobs and have been going through a rough patch she's not aware but I've not been completely able to do things for her like I used to, I'm really rushing to see things straighten up for me i swear soon as that happens I'd buy the ends of the earth for her, the case for her is she's loyal to a fault, but, there are needs to be met and it's a race against time for me.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Reex12(m): 7:46pm On Apr 06
demmymoney:


Lol

Poverty mindset!

Women are hypergamous and their sexual mating strategy is alpha bleeps short term and beta bucks long term.... AF//BB
Lmao looks like you just took the redpill and you dey shalaye.how does what you said now apply to the situation on ground abeg try use your sense and go wash mamasplate
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Lilpen3758(m): 7:46pm On Apr 06
Quality20:
Many of dem indulge in runs, as if sent by their mothers 2 go n squeeze men of their hard earned money n bring it home 2 feed D family
hahahahahahaha Abeg am broke i can't afford to laugh....
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by NiceMen: 7:47pm On Apr 06
Ayrastarr:
NiceMen , How many girls from poor backgrounds have you dated ?
Make una dey calm down sha.

This money wey una dey talk about dey come go o!
Plus person background fit change over night.



Besides, what do you actually mean by poor background? Because apart from the likes of otedola and Dangote etc every other person in Nigeria is POOR cheesy

Besides, Anambra men can't relate. Lol!.
Dem dey marry from any background and they are happy grin

Just make more money my Man cool
I be Anambra boy... leave story. I actually do this cos I thought it will be discriminatory lol but my eyes done clear. Not saying all are bad but man, the majority have that problem.

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by lolu2019: 7:49pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
I be Anambra boy... leave story. I actually do this cos I thought it will be discriminatory lol but my eyes done clear. Not saying all are bad but man, the majority have that problem.
u r right man.not all anyway.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by NiceMen: 7:50pm On Apr 06
Awaoyelmoni:
My girlfriend presently is from a nt so well to do family, but I'll do anything for her, she's a good girl but the needs get so pressing i feel compassion towards her. problem is lately I'm afraid she might wander off and i understand totally because i'm in between jobs and have been going through a rough patch she's not aware but I've not been completely able to do things for her like I used to, I'm really rushing to see things straighten up for me i swear soon as that happens I'd buy the ends of the earth for her, the case for her is she's loyal to a fault, but, there are needs to be met and it's a race against time for me.
Yours is an exception. My friend and fellow hustler has a girl too from such place and the babe has been good. I told my guy that as soon as we get paid, we are flying that babe on holiday and he must spoil her silly.

There are exceptions but I just decide I do not want to be around such girls anymore cos it might work for you and not work for me.

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Yusufisraelj(m): 7:52pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:





Yes, agree with this point above absolutely. It was my major mistake. It didn't change until I decided I will no longer tolerate their excesses and As you stated, the girl I am dating is exactly as you explained it, which is, from the first interactions, I found her absolutely interesting, lively, expressive and communicative. It was the most interesting convo I have ever had... I asked for her number the same day and she gave it. There was no need for playing hard to get and all those baggage of shakara...

And my friends have never asked me "what is wrong " grin grin grin cos omo, if it were the kind of girls we are discussing here... friends would have been asking me series or even wanting to speak with the said girl... but no need for such because I have been living happier.


Cheers brother, enjoy. grin grin grin
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by lolu2019: 7:53pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
Yours is an exception. My friend and fellow hustler has a girl too from such place and the babe has been good. I told my guy that as soon as we get paid, we are flying that babe on holiday and he must spoil her silly.

There are exceptions but I just decide I do not want to be around such girls anymore cos it might work for you and not work for me.
those kind of girls turn u to a bad guy.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Ayrastarr(f): 7:54pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
I be Anambra boy... leave story. I actually do this cos I thought it will be discriminatory lol but my eyes done clear. Not saying all are bad but man, the majority have that problem.

We have the good and bad.

It doesn't actually have anything to do with the person's Background.

Haven't you seen girls from very rich home prostituting and steals?

Most of those girls from poor backgrounds just have low self esteem atimes so they have poor communication skill.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Ayrastarr(f): 7:57pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
I be Anambra boy... leave story. I actually do this cos I thought it will be discriminatory lol but my eyes done clear. Not saying all are bad but man, the majority have that problem.


Just do what works for you sha.

Me na Arab man I wan marry.
Nigerian Men are a NO, No for me.

I don taya for their matter

grin grin
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Itstrending: 8:02pm On Apr 06
Awaoyelmoni:
My girlfriend presently is from a nt so well to do family, but I'll do anything for her, she's a good girl but the needs get so pressing i feel compassion towards her. problem is lately I'm afraid she might wander off and i understand totally because i'm in between jobs and have been going through a rough patch she's not aware but I've not been completely able to do things for her like I used to, I'm really rushing to see things straighten up for me i swear soon as that happens I'd buy the ends of the earth for her, the case for her is she's loyal to a fault, but, there are needs to be met and it's a race against time for me.
when she will leave you, hope you won't commit suicide. Enjoy the moment with girls never put your mind there.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by MISSCONGENIALITY(f): 8:03pm On Apr 06
Ndi rich guys I'm here come and date me so that you can have the experience of dating a girl from a poor home if you have not had before.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Itstrending: 8:06pm On Apr 06
MISSCONGENIALITY:
Ndi rich guys I'm here come and date me so that you can have the experience of dating a girl from a poor home if you have not had before.
grin grin no the thread is against you, lol.

Broke girls are a big problem, that's what the thread is all about.


I heard training an orphan is better than dating a broke girl lol

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