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Family / Re: Can You Allow Your Daughter To Get Married In Her Early Twenties by Hybridz: 11:33pm On Feb 04
funmisticqueen:
followers of the pedophile prophet.why am i surprised.
says an ignorant product of rape!
You've been duly noticed,now swerve and keep moving.
Family / Re: What Did You Learn About Women From Your Father? by Hybridz: 11:29pm On Feb 04
Biglittlelois:


Wow this is nice smiley
thank you smiley
Family / Re: Pregnant And Depressed by Hybridz: 11:28pm On Feb 04
Justwantafriend:
Thanks for checking on me. My baby is doing fine. I gave birth to a boy
Hmmmmmmmmm! how sweet? may God make him the coolness of your eyes and guide him.
my regrds to the little soldier! stay strong woman!
bye.
Family / Re: Can You Allow Your Daughter To Get Married In Her Early Twenties by Hybridz: 12:41pm On Jan 19
Getting married early is super-cool. I'm not yet married but I don't think i would want to marry a 24/25-yr old. That's too old for me considering my plan and prayer to God for guidance. My prayer is to see a matured lady within the 19-22 age range by the time I'm ready. The worst is 23yrs in sha Allah.

And to your question, as long as my daughter is matured for the marital tasks and upheavals, 23 is even to far to get her married.
My humble submission!
Family / Re: What Did You Learn About Women From Your Father? by Hybridz: 8:29am On Jan 17
I learnt and still learning a lot.
1. That you should do unto your wife/woman,what you'll want her to do unto you.
2. That you should settle monetary grievances even if it's been owed for long.
3. That you don't openly support a woman against the other in times of dispute (for polygamists)
4. That you should invest in your woman when the Sun is still shining so she can be there for you when the rain is falling.
5. That you should treat your wife well so they can treat you and even talk on your behalf when children become grown and successful. Don't be too autocratic.


Let me just stop here.

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Family / Re: Help! My Wife Has A Flaccid Boobs by Hybridz: 10:51pm On Jan 13
MrBrownJay1:


You are looking at the issue with the wrong mindset....whether a woman can do something about her physical appearance OR NOT is irrelevant here....the issue is that there is no sexual attraction anymore, due to physical change, and thus its natural for someone to not be attracted to the new her any longer. It has nothing to do with love/discipline nor commitment, But all to do with what excites you, what turns you on, and sadly, many women after childbirth become less desirable. We cant blame men for that, we can only blame LIFE, because thats part of how we humans are programed.

...and i am sorry to say that it certAinly Aint OPs fault that breast got deflated, it is the fault of PREGNANCY, which both decided to go through.
Whether a lady gets pregnant or not,whether she marries or not,as long as she gets older by the year,her boobs are bound to fall. The level of fall is what differs, as a result of many factors though.


PS: I like the way you give your opinions and the ones given so far on this thread leaves less to be desired...thumbs up man!
Travel / Re: 5 Most Rugged States In Nigeria. by Hybridz: 6:38pm On Jan 12
viscerion:


it's obvious you're one of those who only argue for arguing sake cos u didn't make any point in that statement, anyone with a real point to make can say it in simple language and not dodge questions or go off point
All you've said is bayelsa guys in ajegunle blablabla. Lagos seems to be your only place of reference for the rugged people. For you to even underrate yoruba ruggedness and tell me i've not gone beyond southwestern states is laughable. You think I'm like u who analyses ruggedness of people in their comfort zones right. Heck nah!

How you even qualify extortion,robbing and laziness as rugged is what i would never understand....hian!

The gods of rational reasoning would not forgive me if I continue to argue this with you...take care bro!
Travel / Re: 5 Most Rugged States In Nigeria. by Hybridz: 3:23pm On Jan 12
viscerion:


abobi leave all dis english mbok, no be the people wey dey stay the place dey make am rugged? na the trees dey make place rugged?

u talk say u neva meet SSners many so nor judge wit d butti u don see. u think say bcuz igbo full apapa n all does market dem rugged? go ajegule meet bayelsa men full der make u c hardmen, or jus meet real pako SSner b4 u judge

u even dey call yoruba for ruggedness mata, b lyk say u b from lagos pepo wey neva comot lagos or SW b4
You have a problem with basic understanding. The fact that you emphasizing on Lagos further buttresses my point. Read the title of the thread again and come make a meaningful submission. Only then will I respond to ur subsequent mentions. As for this,it's not worth my time.

Meanwhile,you should Check up the meaning of ruggedness. Gracias!
Travel / Re: 5 Most Rugged States In Nigeria. by Hybridz: 10:26pm On Jan 11
fero007:


I get ur point, but even at that you find that those that grew up in south south easily cope outside when compared to how outsiders cope in the south south
@ the bolded,you talked about people and not the places,as the subject matter implies.

Igbos still beat others when it comes to ruggedness and south southerners are not even close bro. We got the yorubas after the Igbos.
As for places, i will reserve my comments for now.
Travel / Re: 5 Most Rugged States In Nigeria. by Hybridz: 5:43pm On Jan 11
fero007:


I get ur point, but even at that you find that those that grew up in south south easily cope outside when compared to how outsiders cope in the south south
Now,you're talking about ruggedness in people and not in places.if it's that,then the Igbos get the nod over others.

To your point,well,I've not really mingled with ample south southerners to buttress your point. Majority of the few ones I've encountered or befriended were "bread and buttered" outside their region of origin. Aldou,d few minority showed tenacity and lots of instincts to survive but it's a small sample size if you ask me.
Travel / Re: 5 Most Rugged States In Nigeria. by Hybridz: 10:21pm On Jan 10
abdulkayus:
SMH with all the statements I am reading here. So criminality, violence, fraud, cheating and making a place to be unwelcoming is now your definition of ruggedity? This is something to be proud of. There is nothing compare to living in a peaceful environment devoid of all this so called ruggedity, where someone can raise a family in peace without corruption.
This is a dent on Nigeria image, Seun, u need to close this thread.
You dey mind them!
Personally, I'd define ruggedity to mean having instincts to survive harsh economic, social, marital and even financial conditions without having to get involved in cultism and other social vices. That's ruggedness and not the robbing,pickpocketing,maiming etc slangs being thrown around to describe ruggedness on here.

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Family / Re: Pregnant And Depressed by Hybridz: 8:00am On Jan 10
Justwantafriend:
Please this is only for mature minds and that's why am putting it in this section because I believe there are lots of married people here.
Though am married but not to a man who love me. I married a man who only see me as baby production machine and the only time he shows little care is when am pregnant. This is my second pregnancy anyway and he has suddenly changed. He only gave me 25,000 to buy baby things and so far so good I have spent more than 100k of my money buying what I think my baby need. I don't bother him for money for upkeep or any other thing because i have business fetching me money. The only money he drop is feeding money which is like 1000 in a day and I don't complain instead I add my own money and cook any meal we need to eat.
The painful part of these is hes a chronic cheat, he woo any girl (ugly,beautiful,married,young and women older than him) I saw this on his Facebook inbox without him knowing. And despite not giving me anything, he's promising them heaven and earth. This is a man I do buy expensive shoe and wears for so I can be admiring him instead of admiring other men outside. He has never buy anything for me and since the beginning of this year, I have been the one clothing myself and my first child. He never appreciate that.
I have been given 14th as my EDD (expected day of delivery) and this man don't even ask of my health any more. I do cry myself to sleep every night asking God why he allowed me to marry my enemy, he should have just allow me die as single girl than putting me in bondage. I swore never to have abotger baby for him after my first child but he always rape me. cry he doesn't know how to make love at all. He will just open my cloth from behind and shook his dick anytime he's Hot not minding if am enjoying it or not. I am fed up of life, if not for my first child, I would commit suicide because am just so unfortunate in life.
Am sorry for all the grammatical error. God bless you
Good morning! how is your baby now?
Romance / Re: Is It Advisable To Get Married In A Self Contain? by Hybridz: 11:14pm On Jan 07
I like this thread. It's inspiring.
Romance / Re: Is It Advisable To Get Married In A Self Contain? by Hybridz: 11:04pm On Jan 07
shaqur4:
Guy you can do it if you want it, I live in a room&parlour self con(200k) close to ojuelegba and my salary is a little less to your own. I ve 1 kid his school fees is 45k per term. B4 I got married I save 40k or 30k monthly my T fair daily is300naira. Just tell God you need your own wife thins will work well. After I got married i do contribution of 20k per month to cover my yearly rent and any month am to pay my son sch fees I will stop the contribution for 2 months then later coverd it back. My wife do assist in kitchen tins and drinks, biscuits for my son to take to sch she buy in bulk. The main secret is we don't buy food outside everyone of us take food to office and sch. If you believe that you can do it then it will work for you.
l so much love your analysis and financial planning. I just took some valuable cue, thanks!
Romance / Re: am i supposed to be scared of her or its normal among ladies?.. advice pls by Hybridz: 11:49pm On Jan 02
Au79:

yes o..am a medic and the rate at which we see people reactive to anti retroviral screening is really something to be worried about..she refuse doin any test atall including genotype that she knows she is "clean"... just imagine
Danger alerrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrt!!!
Oga, i don't know the kinda advice you seek again,but you have the answer right up there. Say "NO" to manipulation.

Besides,if she's clean as she claimed, she shouldn't be ashamed of going for test.
Family / Re: What Is That One Character You Look For In A Partner by Hybridz: 10:59pm On Dec 25, 2018
Just one pere! Nawa òooo. Lemme think of a word that will encompass most.....yea!







She must be WELL-CULTURED!

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Romance / Re: Guys Share Some Of The Worst Things Ladies Have Done To You. by Hybridz: 10:19pm On Dec 25, 2018
justiniyke29:
as in she wants me to believe that she spent 3 days(according to her) in a guys house and the guy became impotent suddenly. The worst part is that she is not remorseful at all
She could be right, hence her reluctance in being remorseful. It's not every guy that takes advantage of a girl's company in solitude.
Romance / Re: Female Corpers Can Cheat Eh (guys share your stories) by Hybridz: 5:46pm On Dec 25, 2018
thowbie7ven:
Bruh...na person wey din hands off school oo...Working class
Oook! I gotcha, but a working class would have passed through those stages you earlier mentioned now. Dont forget we have cooperate prostitutes too. So, what do you do in that case?
Romance / Re: Female Corpers Can Cheat Eh (guys share your stories) by Hybridz: 11:46am On Dec 25, 2018
This thread has been created long time ago,but I feel it's an evergreen.

Now,to the guys considering village girls,it would have been a perfect choice if Corp members don't get posted their but they do. They,in most cases, spoil and take the innocence of most,together with some erring teachers and village thugs.
It's a pathetic situation to admit.
Romance / Re: Female Corpers Can Cheat Eh (guys share your stories) by Hybridz: 11:32am On Dec 25, 2018
thowbie7ven:
God forbid bad thing!...i'll never marry a prospective undergraduate, an undergraduate, a Female corp member or a prospective Female Corp member...They are the greatest cheats!...90% of them will cheat on you...as man, don't place all your Total trust in them
Bros! Who u wan come marry na? Na prospective senior secondary school girl?
Romance / Re: What Caused Your Last Break Up?? by Hybridz: 10:27am On Dec 25, 2018
millionboi2:
hahahahaha


Beta pinkin
I see you bro #ThumbUp

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Romance / Re: What Caused Your Last Break Up?? by Hybridz: 10:06am On Dec 25, 2018
millionboi2:
how do u change oil then?
Well,i don't need to,for now. My "car" doesn't travel and as such, 'servicing' needs not be done. wink cool

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Romance / Re: What Caused Your Last Break Up?? by Hybridz: 12:34am On Dec 25, 2018
ttmax09:
Now you just described me. Though have not been in a relationship before.
Well,i guess we have many things in common then, Cox I've never really had a true relationship before too. Many fall but I play 'dumb' to not notice their overtures.

I got sisters and I'm gonna have girl child. So,i don't wanna break any heart coz I could be unapologetically mean. I prefer being heartbroken than the other way coz I forget and heal faster than anyone could imagine.

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Romance / Re: What Caused Your Last Break Up?? by Hybridz: 11:13am On Dec 24, 2018
Hmmmm! Wonderful submissions. As for me,i don't date/court if I know you don't stand a chance of becoming the mother of my unborn cuties.
I've however met some wonderful ladies. It's either they're already hooked, older or genotypically incompatible.

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Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Recruitment Into Nigerian Prisons Service 2018 by Hybridz: 10:40pm On Dec 23, 2018
Gosky1,which one is 'Wes evaluation'? What does it mean?
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Recruitment Into Nigerian Prisons Service 2018 by Hybridz: 10:38pm On Dec 23, 2018
gosky1:
Hi people,

I paid for my Wes evaluation and had my unversity send my transcripts and certificate directly to Wes. The recent update from Wes is that they have sent My credential to my institution for verification. I am worried because what I can see as my year of graduation in my Wes profile is 2016 and not 2015 but my certificate clearly states that I graduated in July 2015 and was awarded degree in April 2016 as most Nigerian university morally issue certificate a year after graduation and this is really affecting my year of work experience needed for my CRS point. I need am advice on how to resolve this please.
@emboldened, that's very wrong.
Meanwhile, whatever date that appears on your certificate is believed believed be the date you graduated. I write to be corrected though.
Romance / Re: Is It Still Possible For Girls To Keep Their Virginity Till Their Wedding Night? by Hybridz: 10:48pm On Dec 22, 2018
Ategberoson:



Keep your advice to your lineage
LOL
I've done that for long,so I thought i should try something new;like extending my generosity to you cool
Romance / Re: Is It Still Possible For Girls To Keep Their Virginity Till Their Wedding Night? by Hybridz: 9:48pm On Dec 21, 2018
Ategberoson:




That should tell you every man is responsible for his opinion. so who are you to overrule mine and why should you be curious about another man's future?


you need to get a work and get busy
@yiur first sentence,i get it,but there is nothing wrong if someone actually advices you about a perceived wrong opinion. Those who commit suicide had this kinda mindset, they would have been alive by now if they had listened to better opinions too.

Meanwhile, I'm already busy,although I could spare some time for an extra job if u got any,provided d pay is right. wink
Romance / Re: Is It Still Possible For Girls To Keep Their Virginity Till Their Wedding Night? by Hybridz: 10:48pm On Dec 19, 2018
Ategberoson:





regret her action on What? as wealthy as dimeji bankole was as even speaker he married at the age of 39


I don't include societal pressure with my future plan.
So, you think dimeji has the righteousness to be followed. Could it be coz of his wealth..I'm curious!
Romance / Re: Is It Still Possible For Girls To Keep Their Virginity Till Their Wedding Night? by Hybridz: 6:01pm On Dec 19, 2018
Ategberoson:
don't let anyone discourage u here or outside here it's very possible

two set of people that would rubbish and devalue that dignity are guys which I belong and ladies that had been disflowered



I met my fiancé at the age of 22yrs, we did it when she was 26 even though I had some side chic during those ignorant days but the bottom point is, I made her to do it, till today it still pain her as she want us to do it on honeymoon day


we have reached 8yrs and I wouldn't have done it if I know she was different from other ladies, the joy part of this is we acted like brother & sister despite coming from different background and tribe


so is very possible, is your pride, is your dignity and stop telling your female or male friends about it again. keep it to yourself
8years and she's still at the fiancee level. Baba,aint you gonna upgrade her or do u want her to regret her action?
Romance / Re: Is It Possible To Be Sexually Addicted To A Particular Person? by Hybridz: 1:23pm On Dec 14, 2018
marvin906:




She left me and I thank God for it..
She wanted something she didn't deserve
I'm wondering what she wanted that you thought she didn't deserve. Could it be marriage? wink
Romance / Re: Be Honest: Why Are You Not Married Yet? by Hybridz: 10:14pm On Dec 12, 2018
Heloct:
The ones that are ready thinks I'm too young.

I really want to marry young.
This is a case of 'some have food but cAnnot eat,some can eat but there is no food'
I like your mindset about marriage though,i pray u get a befitting spouse.

PS: that your lips though. wink

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