Date: 2018-04-14 12:05
This is a poorly written article that needs a lot more editing if some kind of properly structured idea is to emerge from it.
I 8767 m dating a guy 68yrs my junior and he thinks I 8767 m only 8yrs his senior, he is such a darling sweet and loving! I love him never loved any man like I love him! he brought the spark back into my life we even had sex in a park
As a foreigner (Nigerian) who has lived, schooled and worked in South Africa going on 66 Years I can relate. The shock with the new hair is something I have had to deal with quite a few time. Awesome read, South African women love their R 8767 n 8767 B.
The Nigerian dating scams are often not easy to detect as the scammers are often highly educated, have exceptional patience and they do their homework!
The idea is that women are supposed to be focused on family life, not on the commercial world. So, if they want to lead a nice lifestyle, they need to land a guy who can provide it.
Those are ALL attributed to Upbringings, Gov influencing and wanting better than the hand they were dealt.
Abortion rate=Gov and disturbance in marital or accidental pregnancy
Plastic Surgery= media push to be more of something they are not.
Prostitution=controlling their own wealth or falling prey to trafficking or being forced in a manner.
which, in reality, is none different than many other Countries, especially America.
This was really funny! And true! lol, the thing about getting a new wife was making me roll on the floor. And 66 hours is not an exaggeration, i would know. Thanks for writing this humorous, light and fun piece
I was so lucky to find my Mae 7 years after the first and only time I saw her in 6985. I caught her eye this time and being a cop got her license plate and her name address and even though her number in the phone book was under Mr. I still called. She answered her husband left her for a women years ago.
I was excited about this guy. I felt like he ‘got me’. He was on my level: we owned our own homes and cars, were hard working, had good jobs, and were involved in the community. It felt like a fit and I was pleasantly surprised when he invited me to spend his birthday weekend with him and his family in Palm Springs. My palms were sweating the entire time I was packing, but at the end of the weekend I kept thinking “these people are way too freaking cool”. His dad was a talker and a story teller. His mom didn’t look a day over 95 (she was 65) and was super warm and welcoming. I felt so lucky.