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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Ayrastarr(f): 8:08pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
Hello,

I will like guys to share their experience dating Nigerian broke girls from poor homes.

I personally have had an awful experience with them and from observations, most have identical patterns in handling relationships, which is why I vowed after the last one never to go near anyone again. Yup...I told the last girl to her face that I do not want to go near any girl from her kind of background till I die.

Things I noticed about them are that they are often greedy, selfish, self-centered, unaffectionate, exploitative, and money-focused. Most do not even call.

Are my observations correct?

However, I do not want to conclude but will like to hear from others in order to be certain that I am not stereotyping or generalizing.

What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes?

Your observations are very wrong.

Just like when women say "Men are scum" Lol!

How many men have they dated to come to that conclusion?

So you can't actually generalize like that.

I have friends from different backgrounds, most of them from the lower class are very humble and not greedy. Tho some are . Same for the middle class and upper class.

Nothing really special with all this class sef. Lol
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by NiceMen: 8:09pm On Apr 06
Ayrastarr:



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
grin grin grin grin ArabMoney.com oooo
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by MISSCONGENIALITY(f): 8:10pm On Apr 06
Itstrending:
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
But the topic says poor girls not broke.
LOL.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by SE7ENESE: 8:10pm On Apr 06
This post would've made some sense if you were referring to just your experience alone. The mentality that 'POOR' people see relationships as an avenue to escape poverty isn't entirely wrong. You've had a few sour encounters. So what?... undecided

It doesn't mean everyone's that way. It might be hard but you should try to see the best in people while watching for any red flags. Even the worst people can change.

It's good to see relationships for what they are - 2 people/friends who become inseperable partners because they enjoy the company of the other, regardless of their background/Social Class... Tch. But I guess these days, things are not always what they seem. tongue
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by MISSCONGENIALITY(f): 8:14pm On Apr 06
Ayrastarr:
Wahala for who their parents no get money ooo...


Na to go turn Rev. Sister remain like this.
Me sef after reading comments here, I will be going out tomorrow to register in one convent where I can marry fully to Jesus.

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by fecosequence(m): 8:15pm On Apr 06
Very true.and you must include they're insatiable

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Caleb91(m): 8:17pm On Apr 06
demmymoney:


Women don't build, they just move in
shift abeg ,i have them around me......friends,family......women build it just that we percent of the lazy ones is now higher than the hardworking type
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Ayrastarr(f): 8:19pm On Apr 06
SE7ENESE:
This post would've made some sense if you were referring to just your experience alone. The mentality that 'POOR' people see relationships as an avenue to escape poverty isn't entirely wrong. You've had a few sour encounters. So what?... undecided

It doesn't mean everyone's that way. It might be hard but you should try to see the best in people while watching for any red flags. Even the worst people can change.

It's good to see relationships for what they are - 2 people/friends who become inseperable partners because they enjoy the company of the other, regardless of their background/Social Class... Tch. But I guess these days, things are not always what they seem. tongue



You are very right.

kiss
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Ayrastarr(f): 8:21pm On Apr 06
MISSCONGENIALITY:
Me sef after reading comments here, I will be going out tomorrow to register in one convent where I can marry fully to Jesus.
Lmao

Sis, I dey your back.

cheesy cheesy
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by MISSCONGENIALITY(f): 8:24pm On Apr 06
Ayrastarr:

Lmao

Sis, I dey your back.

cheesy cheesy
Just take your time. I will book soace for you so that anytime you come, you will be welcomed. Lol
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Cousin9999: 8:26pm On Apr 06
Poverty often causes dysfunction. Many people are broken in some way by it. I don't blame anyone for wanting to avoid broken people.

It may sound unfair to some, but you have to recognize how profound the impact of struggle can be. It can make people great, but also make them horrible. Many never get treatment, or acknowledge or understand problems they have. And this contributes to continuing a cycle of dysfunction and trauma. I think that's the key thing to understand: poverty is traumatic. Some very strong people rise from it, but others aren't so fortunate.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Itstrending: 8:27pm On Apr 06
MISSCONGENIALITY:
But the topic says poor girls not broke.
LOL.
lol a poor girl is broke, a broke girl is poor.

A rich girl can never be broke.

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Awaoyelmoni(m): 8:27pm On Apr 06
Itstrending:
when she will leave you, hope you won't commit suicide. Enjoy the moment with girls never put your mind there.
That's the ominous voice in my mind lately, you just simply re-ehoed it but i swear I'll strife to make things workout if its the last thing i do
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by BiggyB242(m): 8:27pm On Apr 06
As for me whether rich or poor background. I will only date a girl who shows interest in me - I can sense it from our communication. Toasting a random girl and trying to win her heart is expensive and stressful, just be with a woman who loves you more.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Itstrending: 8:33pm On Apr 06
Awaoyelmoni:

That's the ominous voice in my mind lately, you just simply re-ehoed it but i swear I'll strife to make things workout if its the last thing i do
if I share my life experience it will be too long and right now I am lazy to type long episode.

Love a girl if you can but never put your mind there so if she leaves you won't commit suicide.

Heartbreak is not a child's play you can do unimaginable thing if it happens.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by MISSCONGENIALITY(f): 8:33pm On Apr 06
Itstrending:
lol a poor girl is broke, a broke girl is poor.

A rich girl can never be broke.
O di mma..
Let we the poor girls go and hide behind the door.That's if there's even a door to hide behind.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Ayrastarr(f): 8:34pm On Apr 06
Awaoyelmoni:

That's the ominous voice in my mind lately, you just simply re-ehoed it but i swear I'll strife to make things workout if its the last thing i do

Coming from someone that speaks fluent sacarsm?

I laugh cheesy cheesy cheesy
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Awaoyelmoni(m): 8:38pm 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.
well its how do they say it? different strokes for different folks
O.p this ones off the record you dey press laptop? @ soon as we get paid.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by LagBae(f): 8:44pm On Apr 06
Hmm....Now just imagine the uproar and bashing if a female had opened a thread and asked this same question. All hell woulda let loose....
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Mypeople2(m): 8:55pm On Apr 06
healthbing:


Is like you have met every girl between that age??
My dear that is not true but when you spend 2-3years looking for a lady, you can deduce such statistics
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by holatin(m): 8:57pm On Apr 06
am not a great fans of bearing it all but I will advice against dating poor lady with entitled mentality. I met one after a catastrophic breakup that shatter my soul,mind and resolve. I notice the mentality which I called out with believe that maybe if I give her a chance she may changed.....it end with me getting broke Everytime we together. she is a definition of broke, poor but with highest taste. tried calling her to order but seems we are who we are. I manage my expenses which make me almost never broke. despite lockdowm last year, I was with enough cus I save no matter how small it is. but for a long time I started getting broke easily with my relationship with her. I had to let her go cus I realise it's better to be lonely and bored than to be broke and hungry. I even become desperate for cash once....that was the turning point for me. I can't be responsible for my family and yet still have a girlfriend who is adding to my responsibility, stress and pressure. love should be enjoy, relationship should be enjoy. pls if u ain't over 25, don't criticize my decision. read and pass.

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by debbydams(f): 8:58pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
Hello,

I will like guys to share their experience dating Nigerian broke girls from poor homes.

I personally have had an awful experience with them and from observations, most have identical patterns in handling relationships, which is why I vowed after the last one never to go near anyone again. Yup...I told the last girl to her face that I do not want to go near any girl from her kind of background till I die.

Things I noticed about them are that they are often greedy, selfish, self-centered, unaffectionate, exploitative, and money-focused. Most do not even call.

Are my observations correct?

However, I do not want to conclude but will like to hear from others in order to be certain that I am not stereotyping or generalizing.

What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes?
should I share my experience dating broke guys?
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Itstrending: 8:59pm On Apr 06
MISSCONGENIALITY:
O di mma..
Let we the poor girls go and hide behind the door.That's if there's even a door to hide behind.
it's not anyone's fault that he or she is poor but the mentality of most poor people is the problem in this context.

Most people were born into very poor homes they work their selves out of poverty while other's remain poor.

Some poverty is generational, those reading this look at your family how many people do you consider as average not even rich.


The poverty in Nigeria is not the fault of a Nigerian it's systematic poverty that allows the rich to enjoy and the poor to suffer.


I tell people in Nigeria it's difficult to become rich if you're from a very poor background unless God wants to use you and rewrite your family history.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by flexxyworld(m): 9:05pm 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.

Increasing your value means pleasing a woman to you ?? I see. I wish you all the best man.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by MISSCONGENIALITY(f): 9:13pm On Apr 06
Itstrending:
it's not anyone's fault that he or she is poor but the mentality of most poor people is the problem in this context.

Most people were born into very poor homes they work their selves out of poverty while other's remain poor.

Some poverty is generational, those reading this look at your family how many people do you consider as average not even rich.


The poverty in Nigeria is not the fault of a Nigerian it's systematic poverty that allows the rich to enjoy and the poor to suffer.


I tell people in Nigeria it's difficult to become rich if you're from a very poor background unless God wants to use you and rewrite your family history.
You are right.
However, I would say the person that created this post is also poor.
It's only someone with poverty mentality that will start talking down on others when they start seeing small.money and begin to feel they have taken a few steps away from poverty.
He dated a few girls and used that as a yardstick for every unfortunate poor girl out there. I've seen poor poor with more dignity then some rich people out there. Nobody who worked to make it would talk down on others because of their social status. You these people who carry their shoulders high above their heads are those who are rich because someone already made the money for them.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by healthbing(f): 9:23pm On Apr 06
Mypeople2:
My dear that is not true but when you spend 2-3years looking for a lady, you can deduce such statistics

Well.. Don't conclude yet..
I pray u find your dream woman so your perception can change
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Hisduchess(f): 9:25pm On Apr 06
NiceMen:
Hello,

I will like guys to share their experience dating Nigerian broke girls from poor homes.

I personally have had an awful experience with them and from observations, most have identical patterns in handling relationships, which is why I vowed after the last one never to go near anyone again. Yup...I told the last girl to her face that I do not want to go near any girl from her kind of background till I die.

Things I noticed about them are that they are often greedy, selfish, self-centered, unaffectionate, exploitative, and money-focused. Most do not even call.

Are my observations correct?

However, I do not want to conclude but will like to hear from others in order to be certain that I am not stereotyping or generalizing.

What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes?

I'm ain't from a rich home but I don't BEG, I don't call a guy who ain't even showing some level of seriousness all in the name of I want a relationship. I love money but I legitimately work hard to earn my penny so as to spend it as I like,it makes me very very confident. Bikonu y'all should know that where a person comes from doesn't really make them to be beggers rather it makes them hustle more.thankio
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by idahme(m): 9:35pm On Apr 06
demmymoney:


Because u are a lazy mothafoka and u want ur wife to support u financially

Weak ass fool


is anything wrong if the wife supports him financially? won't she support herself if she was living alone? won't she pay her bills? be calming down.
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by Itstrending: 9:36pm On Apr 06
MISSCONGENIALITY:
You are right.
However, I would say the person that created this post is also poor.
It's only someone with poverty mentality that will start talking down on others when they start seeing small.money and begin to feel they have taken a few steps away from poverty.
He dated a few girls and used that as a yardstick for every unfortunate poor girl out there. I've seen poor poor with more dignity then some rich people out there. Nobody who worked to make it would talk down on others because of their social status. You these people who carry their shoulders high above their heads are those who are rich because someone already made the money for them.
like I said Nigerians have work their selves out to escape poverty but the bad policy of government doesn't give the enabling environment. Before people think because they eat and buy clothes they are ok.

Let me tell you what it takes to be on the average, how many people here have 10 millon cash in his or her account. If we run a check we might have non.

Please note 10 million cannot build a good 3 bedroom flat well furnished, not to talk of other expenses in a family..

How much is the average salary of workers in Nigeria, it's 60k. how many years will it take a person on 60k salary to have 10 million.


So there will be more poor and broke boys and girls in the future if government don't do anything about it.

And very soon guys won't be able to get married because as guys we feel oppressed when we don't meet up to responsibilities as a man.


If you have 10 million you might be rich in like Ekiti but if you come to Abuja with 10 million you won't meet up with life. Some might ask do everyone staying in Abuja have 10 million the answer is no but a person with 10 million in Ekiti will live a good life than the one in Abuja.

All in all everyone can't be rich have a mindset of building generation of richness, where you build your empire to your children or grandchildren might be able to compete with the world's best when it comes to riches.

If not politics you will know to become rich was a family stuff and it was hard for the poor to become rich but now a poorboy might become agbero to a rich politicians and carry ballotbox during election from there he becomes rich overnight.


We live to fulfill our calling, do what you can and leave the rest.

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Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 10:03pm On Apr 06
idahme:



is anything wrong if the wife supports him financially? won't she support herself if she was living alone? won't she pay her bills? be calming down.

Ur wife is entering ur world and not the other way around

In marriage there's no equality, there the dominant gender and the submissive gender
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 10:03pm On Apr 06
Caleb91:

shift abeg ,i have them around me......friends,family......women build it just that we percent of the lazy ones is now higher than the hardworking type

Exceptions don't make the rule dude

Women don't build they just move in.... Simple!
Re: What Has Been Your Experience Dating Nigerian Girls From Poor Homes? by demmymoney(m): 10:04pm On Apr 06
Reex12:
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

Because u are so dumb to understand women's sexual mating strategy

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