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Romance / Re: This Is How Women See You When You Don't Have Money by Kipaji: 6:41am
The huge number of women having babies and cheating with jobless nobodies would beg to differ.

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Romance / Re: A Cheating Wife Seeks Advice On What To Do by Kipaji: 12:13am
Debater:
Yeah, we did it
And the results were sent to both our emails and also the hard copy
'Twas my child

Did you do the test in a hospital she chose?
Romance / Re: I Need To Double My Hustle. This Is Why (pics) by Kipaji: 11:15am On Feb 22
Printme1:
While you are here, kiss

I design websites for businesses. I design e-commerce websites just like jumia or jiji cost.

I also design real estate website and market places.

I design investment platforms.

I design blogs and basically any kinds of websites you need.

Starting price is 20k.

Early January, we bought domains for 7k, today, same domain is 18k to 22k. Only God can save us in this country.

Just for the lesson you gave us here I want to buy your service but I'm not in Nigeria and I'm not in the need.
You put a smile on my face.

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Romance / Re: I Need To Double My Hustle. This Is Why (pics) by Kipaji: 11:14am On Feb 22
Great post. Great lesson. Thank you.
Romance / Re: Reality Every Guy Need To Know ( STRICTLY REDPILL) ... by Kipaji: 9:29am On Feb 22
AndrewTate:
Nigeria is in big trouble yet na woman matter be una top priority 🤦🏽‍♂️

Puppies🤦🏽‍♂️

Yet the section you are most active in is the Romance Section. With all your talk, I thought you would be mostly engaged in the Investment, Politics or Education sections. But here you are among the people you call puppies.

You don't have to shame people to persuade them. Lead by example, make interesting posts and threads on other matters, and let people choose what they do with their time. Shaming is lame.

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Romance / Re: Reality Every Guy Need To Know ( STRICTLY REDPILL) ... by Kipaji: 9:26am On Feb 22
UppaZakum:
Paternity fraud is real. I walked into a colleague's office yesterday. He was on a call and hung up shortly after I walked in. I explained my intent for coming and while talking, he asked "can you believe what just happened?" Apparently, a friend of his, a married woman is pregnant for another married man and would be delivering the baby in 3 months. The husband doesn't know yet and the married woman doesn't have any intention of disclosing but she's worried. I exclaimed "wow". Are you sure? He affirmed yes and said he was on a call with the said lady when I walked in.
"How could the lady have done that when abortion was an option in the early stage of the pregnancy?" I said. So she's 6 month gone and never deemed it fit to terminate the pregnancy early on. My colleague started defending her action oo that her husband cannot perform, her husband doesn't touch her and she was forced to do what she did. I couldn't but accept his argument and blamed the simp husband in my mind for not knowing that she kept a devil in the house. I asked my friend what the lady intended to do with the pregnancy and he responded that the lady will birth the baby as if it was her husband's. He said as per her culture (Imo state), the baby belongs to the husband. He said that based on what the lady had told him. I started suspecting my friend with the way he was defending the lady though. Perhaps he was the one who got her pregnant. It's also possible that he wasnt the one and was just playing devil's advocate based on his friendship with the lady.

All the same, he was laughing while talking that it's a normal thing on the island (Lekki and environs), he had seen things in his words.

Omo I shock o. Can a man be red pilled and still fall victim to paternity fraud? I highly doubt it. I always believe there will be signs but simps just choose to ignore it.

I confirmed yesteday that Paternity fraud is very real. Reading it in the news and hearing live narration from a friend have different effect on one.

Open your eyes kings. Head over heart. The consequences of simping are very devastating.


My own mother warned me about paternity and let me know that it was very common in Cameroon. Women don't mind doing it. Many men are raising their wives's ex-boyfriend's child(ren). Be safe.

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Properties / Re: "As A Guy You Should Already Own A House At 21" - Slay Queen by Kipaji: 9:21am On Feb 22
RickyJesus:
The other day one slay queen said its hard to find a guy that don't smoke, most guys got triggered defending how they don't and non of their friends do.

Today another slay queen said you suppose to have a house by 21, ya all are been triggered again.

Niggas acting like bitches over utterance by a slay queen that should easily be laughed over and not given a minute indulgence but here you are getting triggered over nothing.

Nice! smiley
Romance / Re: Reality Every Guy Need To Know ( STRICTLY REDPILL) ... by Kipaji: 3:13am On Feb 21
sajmark:
You're the Man on suit, what's your reaction?

I will just walk in, put down my luggage, maybe change clothes to wear more casual clothes. Then, I will ask her to pack her things in calmly and peacefully. Then, I will call my brother or any other trusted person to come home now. And I will just sit here as she packs her bag and her lover leaves the house.
I won't use any form of violence whatsoever.
The reason I call my brother is to protect myself and have a witness in case the girl or her lover try something (we have heard stories of wives or side niggas killing, robbing, trapping the husband, or worse, so you never know).

Afterwards, I will deep clean the entire house physically and spiritually. And I will go on with my day.

If I have kids, the next day I will do DNA tests if I hadn't already.

Again, no form of violence would be used throughout the whole process. That's all.

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Properties / Re: "As A Guy You Should Already Own A House At 21" - Slay Queen by Kipaji: 3:05am On Feb 21
I've not read the post or seen the picture.

I just came here to say that what this "slay queen" says or believes does not matter. Guys, be yourself and live your life. She has the right to believe whatever she wants. Just don't let that trigger you.
She may not even believe what she says and may just want some attention.

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Romance / Re: How To Avoid Sudden Death During Sèx (advice To Men).. by Kipaji: 8:43am On Feb 12
Gbadugbakun:
If we no obey those commands, wetin we gain.

Isn't this Putin? 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Romance / Re: Stingy Men Association Of Nigeria Funniest Pictures So Far by Kipaji: 4:14pm On Feb 09
One of the funniest thread of Nairaland.
You guys made me laugh so much.
Thank you
Romance / Re: I Want To Faint- Lady Cries Out After Boyfriend Sends Breakup Text 7 Days B4 Val by Kipaji: 8:30am On Feb 08
The Way she spreads those legs...

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Education / Re: Nigerian Scholar Triumphs In Taiwan With MOE Outstanding Graduate Award by Kipaji: 11:50am On Feb 07
Great!

@Seun, front page?
Education / Re: I've Done My Degree In Physics, So Please Suggest Best Job Opportunity In 2024? by Kipaji: 11:49am On Feb 07
ogawisdom:
For Nigeria E no pass Physics or mathematics teacher.

20k per month but readily available in private schools cool

Wow. It's that bad there?
What should people do to reach higher?
Education / Re: Best Secondary Schools In Lagos State - 2024 by Kipaji: 11:46am On Feb 07
I would like to see pictures if possible
Romance / Re: Why Do Women Look Different From What They Post Online by Kipaji: 12:21pm On Feb 04
Hopefully, this thread won't turn into a sea of hate against women.
Family / Re: At 36, I Still Stay With My Parents And I Feel Not bad about it. by Kipaji: 12:26am On Feb 04
pansophist:


I don't think there is anything wrong with it.

It's a new thing for families to live seperately. Back in the day, and even presently in some communities, family lives together.

It has so many advantages. Instead of your aged parents passing through boredom and empty house, they can have perfect bond and free labour with their grandkids.

Why rent a nanny when your parents are there and willing, and will show true love altruistically, unlike a nanny that is motivated by cash?

Also there are issues of trust. A nanny can do shit you won't believe to your child behind, but your parents mostly won't.

Unless your parents ain't good people, I see no reason why you can't live with them

Thank you for your input pansophist. It's always a pleasure to read your insightful and authentic thoughts.
Family / Re: What an Abattoir In Lagos Nigeria looks like by Kipaji: 1:09pm On Feb 03
Thank you very much for the video bossmi.

I am not Nigerian and it's great to see what's going on over there.

Please, could you do a similar video about education ? That is, go to a Nigerian high school or elementary school and talk about the leadership and business aspect of the school.
Family / Re: Married Women Committing Adultery by Kipaji: 12:53pm On Feb 03
Xosh:
We taught the women how to cheat on us.

Do women cheat the same way as men? No.
Do women cheat for the same reasons as men? No.
Do women view cheating the same way men do? No.

Thus, they did not learn this from men.

You still operate on the view according to which women are more innocent than men on the sexual aspect. The biggest perverts are women. Get that straight.

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Family / Re: Married Women Committing Adultery by Kipaji: 12:50pm On Feb 03
Spe23:


But two wrongs don't make right.

Why do you bother replying to her? She is not here to have a sound, thoughtful, logical discussion.

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Family / Re: At 36, I Still Stay With My Parents And I Feel Not bad about it. by Kipaji: 12:48pm On Feb 03
@pansophist, what's your take on this?
Family / Re: My Mother Is Toxic And Agrresive!! by Kipaji: 12:05pm On Feb 03
1. Get to know the story of your pregnancy.
In what conditions did she get pregnant of you? What did she endure during the pregnancy? How did she give birth to you and how was it the first few months?
This may be the reason why you felt traumatized in your childhood.
One day sit down with her in a cozy setting, and have a long conversation about your birth. How did she get pregnant of you? Ask for the whole story, starting from before she even met your father. What issues did she face at the time? Then talk about the pregnancy itself? How did the family deal with it? How was she treated by her family, her friends, the neighbors? What about the father? How did she give birth to you? In what hospital? Who was present? Who supported her, and who didn't? What was the best thing about her pregnancy and delivery? What was the worst? What did she learn from that experience?

Even if you already know some of the answers, ask again. And most importantly, let her talk, talk, and talk. Even if it takes many hours. Let her ramble as much as she wants. It may even get her emotional.

I believe that you will get a lot of insights as to why she behaves that way from such a conversation.


2. Try to understand your mother. She may be unhappy with something and has trouble expressing it clearly. Try to see what she has a problem with. It may not even be about you. You may just be the thing she lashes her frustration on.

3. Never ever judge your mother.
Romance / Re: Rule 101 For Men by Kipaji: 10:38am On Jan 27
Kipaji:
Guys stop defining your life around women.

Why is it that the 101 rule for men has to be about women? Shouldn't it be about mindset, spirituality, values, impact, wellbing, or growth?

Guys please rise above this limited perspective. Your life is not (or at least should not) be about women. Yes, you can love and enjoy women but have a life for yourself.

Women are great but the world is bigger than women.

I expatiated on this in this thread: https://www.nairaland.com/7916223/enough-enough-men-rise
Romance / Re: Rule 101 For Men by Kipaji: 10:37am On Jan 27
Guys stop defining your life around women.

Why is it that the 101 rule for men has to be about women? Shouldn't it be about mindset, spirituality, values, impact, wellbing, or growth?

Guys please rise above this limited perspective. Your life is not (or at least should not) be about women. Yes, you can love and enjoy women but have a life for yourself.

Women are great but the world is bigger than women.

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Romance / Re: Most Of NL Females, All They Know is Romance,sex And Money.. by Kipaji: 4:15am On Jan 25
Stop the hate. Let women be.
Romance / Re: Why Is Paternity Fraud Seen As Nothing??? Crime Against Men. by Kipaji: 2:19am On Jan 25
Timi.Rume:
Paternity fraud is equivalent to men having kids with other women apart from their wives. Both are immoral but not illegal

This troll knows that they are not any near equivalent. She just wants to trigger susceptible men and some attention.

A man having kids with another woman does not put any burden whatsoever on the wife. However, the woman that has kids with another man puts decades-long financial, social, psychological, and spiritual burdens on her husband. These two cases are clearly not equivalent. And it is quite easy to see that. So, I conclude that Timı.Rume is a troll, and should be ignored as such.

I just wanted to quickly dismiss her loose argument, to avoid unnecessary back and forth with this troll. Guys let's not go as low as to entertain this.

Now, we can continue our discussion in peace.
Romance / Re: Why Is Paternity Fraud Seen As Nothing??? Crime Against Men. by Kipaji: 12:06am On Jan 25
Interesting thread.
Paternity fraud is one of the most evil act a woman can do to a man (and to her kid).

My own mother told me that paternity fraud is quite common. Women don't care.
Romance / Re: Romance Section Now Gay Section by Kipaji: 11:49pm On Jan 24
The fact that Seun and mods allow it to happen is very strange and questionable to me.
Romance / Re: Warning To Women by Kipaji: 10:19pm On Jan 23
iLegendd:
So that when it finally happens, we have receipts online of men advising women, but they refused to listen. This will reduce the tears we shed for them. Also, they'll know that men mean good for them even though all of them think every man is a misogynist.

To your question 1, more women read it as guests. The ones with NL accounts always don't know what to comment.


Thank you for your sincere answers.
Romance / Re: A Primary School Teacher Blowing Off Steam During Break by Kipaji: 1:03pm On Jan 23
This woman is a hyena. This is the kind of woman that eats her babies.

Out of all the places in the world she decides do this in a primary school with innocent young children who didn't ask for anything.

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