A Caring Husband Or Woman Wrapper?



I saw this on Agnes Riola's blog and couldn't help sharing.
I think he is such a caring African husband. Madam Enjoy your drink abeg.

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  1. Sweet! My hubby no go gree do this one for me o! Perhaps my fingers but not toes.(Except to polish them maybe)

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    1. Taaaa! Warrisdis? Look at this mr Ibu. Nansense.
      What will he tell his kinsmen if they find him in the situation.
      Could recall then in the Uni when me and my ex saw a guy helping his girlfriend fetch water infront of the female hostel. And she was like "boo see what ur fellow guy is doing for his boo"
      And I responded,even if it was love that killed my grandfather eh! *touching my toungue with my finger* I can never do such.

      ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA3310

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    2. Hahahhaah! Lolz Bona so no be today ur craze start sef

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    3. my fiancee does this to me. This isnt an issue of woman wrapper or not. This is another way of bonding with ur partner. Bonario, u just dey talk, na ur type go say e no go fit wash pant but im go use tongue wash the area where the pant they cover.

      Story Of a Cancer Survivor

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  2. No be this kain husband I dey pray for abeg. Dis kain one dey tire me quick quick.

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  3. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Choi, proper woman wrapper!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. Taaaaa, husband or houseboy????

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  5. This type of husband na super glue. Must be very stingy with money. Tufiakwa.

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  6. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Oga give madam money to go to a Salon. Yeye man sitting on the floor to do manicure for woman.

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    1. Anonymous8/29/2013

      Y go to the salon if u guys can have quality time together and gist.. This na serious bonding.

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    2. Anonymous8/30/2013

      We say derogatory things about loving men yet moan about mean men!

      What do women want????
      The day we as women can answer that question, the world will know peace!

      If your husband doesnt do it, doesnt make him a bad or good person! Appreciate those who do and make an effort to bring up your son to be the one who does!

      Kai women!

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  7. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Think is what I call Marrying your friend.. People don't get it..

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  8. Na wah o! Y una dey overblow this scene. Its obvious the guy isn't a professional, but doing it for FUN. Its once in a blue moon thing

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  9. Ukwu Sugar8/29/2013

    This bros don chop efo-riro

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  10. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Na dis typ i want a beg bt i no gt am

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  11. Lol. Nothing wrong with this at all. My hubby doesn't do my pedi or manicure but then again he can barely do his. He is an expert in body massage tho.

    What do you think of this, a man helping his wife undo her weaveon or plaits? My sisters, bother in laws n myself had this conversation and they all happen to do it apart from my hubby. They claim they were all boys growing up in their household and always helped their mum take out her hair so they are use to it. I've never asked my hubby to help me take out my weave on or plaits because of fear of him mistakenly cutting off my hair and I'll be a lot faster at it than he would be. My hubbys response during this conversation was that he never helped his mum with her hair as a child and doesn't have to help me with my hair as that can easily be done in the salon.

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  12. Sonnie8/29/2013

    I dnt see anything wrong here ooo.If he doesn't do we complain,if he does we call him woman wrapper. Abeg make una leave d love bird joor.

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  13. Anonymous8/29/2013

    The problem with african women especially nig.women is that most of them don't believe in this kind of love between a husband and a wife.I see nothing wrong with what he's doing in fact it makes them very close.most time my hubby helps in losing my hair,he said he just enjoy doing it and I beg him not to cut my hair why doing it.LOL. he tells me "honey dis your hair is dirty n we laugh over it" and sometime it leads to the bed room lol.and we are very close I just thank God for the kind of man he gave 2me.

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  14. If wives do this for their husbands why can't husbands do the same ? So this makes him a woman wrapper ?

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  15. Anonymous8/29/2013

    1 time my hubby followed me 2d saloon 2make my hari n he started sleeping why I was making my hair n I felt sorry 4him n also laughed all d way n he said we women ar really trying ohhh.so I feel there ar still men out there that can be very very romantic

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  16. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Nothing wrong here oooo.See how someone called him houseboy.Looks like they're having fun and bonding.PLus the woman is documenting it which shows that this maybe once in a blue moon type of situation. .lol

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  17. mrs krixx8/29/2013

    Me like this pics jor....don't see anytin wrong with it. As long as he is only doing it for his wife *winks* My hubby sometimes help me with my hair esp now that we are staying alone. Nothing wrong here. Couples should be able to do anytin for eachother.

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  18. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Nothing wrong here oooo.See how someone called him houseboy.Looks like they're having fun and bonding.PLus the woman is documenting it which shows that this maybe once in a blue moon type of situation. .lol

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    1. Anonymous babe8/29/2013

      This is the response of someone in an unhappy marriage.So if a man plays with or shows love to his wife physically its taboo?My husband washes my clothes while I wash his,he shops for me and fixes the room atimes just to make me smile.There's nothing wrong with it.I've never bought human hair for myself,my hubby takes it as a duty whenever he travels abroad. Let's stop judging people's relationships cos if your husband offered to scrub the house and tend your kids for you to take a nap you won't say no.

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    3. Anonymous8/30/2013

      Na poor man dey do romance for naija.what are spas there for?no busy and serious minded man will do this

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  20. Anonymous8/29/2013

    My husband loosens my hair,once in a while, several times he has shaved my armpit wiv his clipper. He even shaved my abala wen I was heavily pregnant.
    There's absolutely nothing woman "wrapperly" about wat dis man is doing jo.

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    1. Anonymous8/31/2013

      God bless you my sister. As long as it is not sin, illegal, demeaning to either party or dangerous to health. What you do in your marriage is your own business. i tot it would be very sick to write shave ''biabia'' but i have shaved his most sacred place and that to me is PURE TRUST. Do you know what it is for a man to give you shaving stick and you shave the secret place.

      i don stand for bathroom and this man sponge my body top to bottom and i just dey gist dey go. did i look at him any less for that? God forbid bad thing. Thats marriage and understanding for you. he is not a houseboy cos he does these things for me. these are very personal things and if i feel its demeaning to either of us i wont ask him. and yes he helps paint my right finger cos i make a damn mess of it. i paint my toes myself cos i can reach them and have no issues with it thank you.

      PLEASE LEAVE COUPLES THAT DO SUCH LOVEY DOVEY THINGS ALONE. WHAT THEY DO INDOORS IS THEIR BUSINESS. LOL
      SOME OF YOU CUSSING THE MAN SECRETLY WISH IN YOUR HEART, YOU HUSBAND PAMPERS YOU LIKE THAT. LOL GOD BLESS US ALL

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  21. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Me I c nothing wrong in dis, once der is love u shuld b able to do anythin for each oda. My hubby press out pimples on my face and use d cleanser to clean it. Madam abeg enjoy yur drink jare

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  22. Anonymous8/29/2013

    HOC where 're u??????

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      QOC I meant

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  23. So many unhappy women enduring marriages. You call a man houseboy because he helps his wife with pedicure? Kmt abeg. If you've never enjoyed such bliss, don't hate on others whose husbands pamper them mbok

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    2. Anonymous8/29/2013

      Billionaire ko billonaire ni!who we go ask?

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    3. Anonymous8/29/2013

      Billionaire ko billonaire ni!who we go ask?

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    4. Ezewanyi,u don't get it do you? Even if their hubby is poor (according to you) it doesn't matter.. As long as no one comes to your house to beg for food here..Enjoy your money,let other people enjoy their love..Everybody knows y dem marry who dem marry biko.No need to they downgrade another person hussy cuz yours no dey do wetin theirs they do.. God bless Everybody's home

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    6. Have said my piece...cheers

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    8. Eze Wanyi Smasher8/29/2013

      Na your nyash you take dey fart, na your body go smell na. My role model mama Ijebu, kindly snub the troublesome Ezenwanyi. Now that she has a borrowed Google account, person no go hear word again. Lie lie woman.

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    9. Eze Wanyi CRUSHER8/29/2013

      Listen up everyone... I know Eze Wanyi very well. Her husband pushes wheel barrow at our neighbourhood market in Aba. The man can beat her no be small o.

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    10. Anonymous8/29/2013

      Hian!mama ijebu, u don't ve to go anon to bash naa,aunty crusher/smasher,u are too dry and boring biko take a cue from QOC killer she is funny but u boriiiiiiiiiing

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  24. Anonymous8/29/2013

    HOC where 're u??????

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  25. Anonymous8/29/2013

    There's nothing wrong with this, once there is love and understanding every other tin follows. My hubby helps me loosen my weave atimes, cut my toe nails, body massage, hardly allow me wash my clothes and his own, helps me arrange the room. He even does d bed better dan I do. He shaves my up and down hairs sometimes too. So kini big deal. It is called true love not houseboy.

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    2. Anonymous8/29/2013

      Buhahahahahahahahah

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  26. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Evry1 is now boasting abt how their hubbys give them manicure n pedicure, remove weave-on, shave armpit n abuna, press pimple ati bebe lo. So if u're all so lovey dovey who r the ones that send in all the sob stories? Abegi!

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    1. anonymous babe8/29/2013

      This blog has like thousands of hits daily.You have less than 20 people talking lovey dovey stuff.For your information,that some people are unhappy in marriage doesn't mean others are.@Ezenwanyi,yeah right.Billionaire in dollars mtcheew

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    2. Anonymous8/29/2013

      All I'm saying is peeps too dey lie lie for internet. Check FB see status, my boo this, my boo that. 2moro u go hear say wahala don burst! Every mallam with him kettle joor!

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  27. Anonymous8/29/2013

    Eze wanyi u must have a very stiff man for a husband. It's a pity. Biko don't wish ur sons to be that stiff to their wives biko. Neither should u wish ur daughter a stiff husband.
    Nuff said

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    2. Anonymous8/29/2013

      ezenwanyi,you are so on point.

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      Eze Wanyi The liar. Shift please.

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  28. Anonymous8/29/2013

    U vex o Anon 3:58pm but y...
    No relationship is perfect,there is time for everything,n nothing new under d sun ooo...

    If hubby won do all dese things n more abeg allow him o but remember nothing is free even in marriage, if he wants u to rotate at night u gas to rotate o...

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  29. Anonymous8/29/2013

    This was from a Nollywood movie scene i watched this film the man even washed her underwear

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  30. There's nothing wrong with this at all.me likey!

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    1. Cream,how far?mama kiss and tell, aka otele mmiri mmiri lols I knew u where d one naa.
      Sister is ezewanyi,ezewanyi is sister lollz
      Ur friend tangerine don disgrace herself for SDK (akwuna tins)mama confessionist,nne I bow 4 u oooooo,I never confess anything b4 for my life and 4 what cos lizzy accused u person wey u no no and wey u no go meet 4 real life.smh

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    2. Mrs Dayo8/29/2013

      QOC, FYI, You can never chase CREAMBERRY AWAY FROM WC COS IT'S not your house. It belongs to all of us. You faceless teethless bull dog. You want to bully her? Try it again and see fire. Yeye dey smell.

      Our lovely creamberry, welcome back durling. I missed you and even asked after you on an old post. You are an adult, don't let any faceless ghost scare you again. You hear. Stand your ground now.

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    3. Yay Creamberry is back. AM SO HAPPY.

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  31. Eze wanyi, calm down nah! Shuu! You are vexing gan oh! Hian

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  32. Anonymous8/29/2013

    I was going to just read the post and comments as usual but decided to drop a comment. I had mixed feelings reading peoples comments. 1. It made me appreciate my husband even more and consider myself lucky to have him. 2. It showed how many people leave in loveless marriages.
    My husband(God bless him) does more than this for me, he helps loosen my hair, shaves me every weekend, he bathes me every evening after work, massages my feet, loads the laundry in the machine, irons for me most times etc. The list is endless. Please I am not exaggerating. It doesn't make him less of a man but rather makes him a king in my eyes. The bible says, "Husbands love your wives as Christ loved the church". Christ lifestyle on earth teaches humility and servanthood. Jesus washed the feet of his disciples. That is the kind of lifestyle our husbands should emulate.
    The problem is most wives consider it strange when we receive such treatments or feel the man is either weak(houseboy), under a spell or someone referred to it as "oyinbo mentality". Wives need to know they deserve to be pampered and treated like queens. Being a wife and a mother is a tough job, so if you have a husband who understands that and tries to help make things easy, be grateful to God. If you don't, please pray for one or a change in your husband, rather than living in denial that such men don't exist. They do.
    Please for the guys, put pride and ego aside and pamper your wives once in a while and you will have the best of her too. Money doesn't buy happiness or love.
    For those wondering the kind of man my husband is, his igbo and fears the lord.

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    2. Anonymous8/29/2013

      Eze wanyi suffering and smiling in a loveless marriage. Sorry e go better

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    3. anonymous babe8/29/2013

      As in eh,Ezenwanyi.Unlike you,I value myself and don't set store by how much my husband has.Keep deceiving yourself,empty vessels like you make the loudest noise you know

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      Hhhhm, is dis adaisy hidin s anonymous? i sabi ur writing o

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  33. Why is this such a big issue? Its probably not like he does it all the time and even if he does, he's her husband. As long as he doesn't complain I don't see why anyone else should.
    Whatever rocks your boat.

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  34. Anonymous8/29/2013

    QOC where 're u?

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  35. Y does sex related issue always sell this much. Imagine Eya has done about 4 post today and u can imagine which has got more hits. Not even the lady that asked about skill acquisition as a sequel to a previous post.

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  36. Anonymous8/29/2013

    It's only those in lovless marriages that r making dis an issue. @ ezewanyi I know ur type, d kind dat will drive big cars and be forming all is well, wan @ night u wet u pillows @night while ur oga is out there getting some hot sex and rommance from one sweet babe. Dey decieve ur self.

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    1. Anonymous8/29/2013

      Lol...Y do I have the feeling that u are Single.. U no even get bf talkless of husband.. Anywayz na blog,anybody fit claim wetin dem no be..Na d mumus wey dey hail u I pity,dem go shock say u go snatch their POOR bf while they take your advise looking for Rich Men...lol

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    3. Anonymous8/29/2013

      D church Service wey u dey go(If any) was probably organised for Singles, tagged "It my time oh Lord,Settle me now!"..hehehehehehehe

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      Hehehehehehe... Oya focus for church,u don't need me distracting now,this crusade is very important to you...hehehehehe

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    7. Anonymous8/29/2013

      U see! Oya focus...We will keep this as our little secret,just stop advising people wrongly..

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    9. Anonymous8/29/2013

      Ezewanyi,u sef u cray na..lol.I particularly like d drama u bring atimes just that I don't like personal attacks..its a blog,let's just try to drop our contributions,have fun, without attacking others(I hope that is possible sha..lol)..*hugs*

      N.b
      Won't let u go until I Fart my own back,u can't just fart on me like dat and go scot free..Pra-papa-papa-papa..lol..(Now u know who this is).. One love..

      Anon 8:16pm;*Wink* (Were la fi n wo were),Na craze dem dey take cure craze..*hugs*

      GoodNight Everyone

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  38. Esteemed8/29/2013

    Eya ur blog is bouncing back and am loving it! QOC,, nno o!

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  39. Hehehehehehehehehe
    Going back and forth on something that isn't necessary.

    The sky is wide enough to accommodate everybody with their beliefs.

    You don't like the idea of your husband doing things for you doesn't stop others from loving such.

    Life is what you make out of it.
    Hian!!!!!!!
    So much for bickering!

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  40. Good morning Eze Wanyi. Congratulations on your new status; you own a Google Account. There is something I'd like to tell you, it's about your choice of words. Anyone who has never posted a personal issue here to seek advice may not understand what I mean but those who have will perfectly do. Anyone who hasn't been attacked for giving advice may not understand but those who have been told that they have watery Veejay becasue they gave advice to others will certainly understand what I'm saying.

    Yes, there is enough room for everyone but let us not forget that it's not fair to hurt one while entertaining another. Let us choose our words carefully. You may feel like this sermon is unnecessary cos it's only a blog. No, I won't say it's only a blog cos we all bring our issuea and confusions here when we can't figure out who to confide in. Would you rather that people shy away from seeking the little help they can get here because of your choice of words? Words are very powerful whether we agree or not.

    When readers leave comments, the reply button is not for attack, it is there for a reason. Everyone has a right to his opinion, there is Freedom of expression but not when that freedom begins to hurt some blog readers. Life is not all about "fun and entertainment" There are times for serious business.

    Those who post and those who leave comments are all people like you and I, there is no spirit/ghost here. We all go anonymous to seek advice because we don't want people who know us to start confronting us in real life because of issues we bring here.

    NO ONE has a 100% perfect life in this world, that will happen when we get to heaven. For now, and considering that apart from spiritual leaders and family members, we in Nigeria do not really have where to run to when we get confused over certain issues. It's safer to come anonymously to a place like wives connection and seek the opinion of other like minded people.

    I know that you don't find it funny when you leave a comment and return back to see that it has been taken down by a blog administrator. The only reason some comments are taken down is the choice of words. Sometimes it's difficult to take down your comment because it is a great comment actually but one that has been "corrupted" by just a single loose hurtful word.

    Please filter your words before clicking on the publish button and you can choose to leave your own separate comments without replying other commentators if it's impossible to reply with ALL CLEAN words.

    Please let's try our best to be civil and to make people feel better. We don't have to CRUSH others. It is very possible to entertain and create fun without hurting anyone.

    Some words you use on this blog eh, I tried to find out the meaning from our Igbo readers and they all said they can't tell me cos the words are too vulgar. Even Bonario that uses Igbo words sometimes refused to give me the meaning of the words YOU use on other readers why? he also said he can't tell me cos these are very vulgar words. How would you feel?
    Sorry about my epistle, I didn't mean to make it this long. Still working on my summary skills.

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    1. Anonymous8/30/2013

      Eya I'm sure your novel has a lot of wisdom in it. But when it becomes too long to read, it becomes a waste. This is bcos of repetition. Learn hard to summarize cos I counted a total of 9 paragraphs. Woow.

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    2. Esteemed8/30/2013

      Eya Ezewanyi makes point sometimes too.As u said, we 're all entitled to our opinions so any1 seeking advice shld be able to distinguish d shaft from Wat she wants.Pls leave Ezewanyi and QOC alone! They 're my role models too, if u dnt take thier advice, I will.

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    3. Anonymous8/30/2013

      Eya abeg this epistle was unnecessary. Look how many comments you got on this post all becos of Ezenwanyi. The woman is saying her mind. Every comment cant be buttered. Thats the world we live in.

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  41. EYA!!!LOBATAN!!!always looking for sympathy.leave ezewanyi for us.esteemed has said it all.

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  42. Anonymous8/30/2013

    well said Aunty Eya, posters and commenters need to be protected from online sharks.

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  43. Anonymous8/30/2013

    I love this blog

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  44. Anonymous8/30/2013

    ezenwznyi has promised to proofread before posting na what r u all still talking about? Please leave Eya and Ezenwanyi alone

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      Pls dnt filter...drop it like it's hot....I love it hooot and wild!!!

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  46. Anonymous8/30/2013

    Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh... I luv happy endings.WC is the best blog in d whole world

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  47. Anonymous8/30/2013

    All the women saying their does this can't take it when they see their brothers doing it for wives.
    Why do you think there is no love btw SIL

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      Don't mind them!

      Eze Wanyi is the most honest person i see here.
      These women talking would back-bite if they see their own sons or brothers doing it for their wives.

      Mrs Ayambem, whats this epistle for? You stopped gating comments because the comments were few and the blog was becoming less exciting.

      Please take a stand on something, least you fall for anything.

      signed:Good anonymous.

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    2. One rule doesn't apply to all.
      If my brother does same for his wife, I would be very glad and happy.

      His wife is someone's sister too and so he has to treat her right if he wants his sister to be treated right.

      Moreover, I have a principle I follow: I don't interfere in another's marriage-family or no family. Whatever rocks their boat!

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  48. Anonymous8/30/2013

    Ezewanyi,u aren't even fierce afterall.. She how u chickened out and deleted all your messages..bleeeeeeeeeeh

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  49. Anonymous8/31/2013

    ezenwayi is moving house to L+B where anything goes. There she is free to address other readers as women with watery veejayjay not here. Eya hates insults I guess?

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  50. Anonymous8/31/2013

    sweet ezewayi, see you abroad. Have a safe flight. Please get a green card and stay there permanently. We hate terrorists here.

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  52. Men show care and affection in different ways. It does not mean a man that doesnt do his wife's pedicure and manicure is not caring neither does it mean the one who does is stingy. Whatever you have, appreciate it. To me, Its a beautiful way of showing care.


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  53. Choi!!!!
    Where I kon dey na?? Haba!!!

    Ezewanyi oya return those comment wey u delete!
    #justjoking

    Bonario u got me ROTFL!

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  54. I want a caring husband but not this type

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