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‘I Love Married Men So Much, Anytime I See A Wedding Ring On A Man I Get Wet’ — Nigerian Lady Laments

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A Nigerian lady has revealed that she lusts after married men, to the extent she even gets wet at the mere sight of a wedding ring on a man.

The anonymous lady wrote to popular Nigerian relationship expert, Joro Olumofin, asking if she needs deliverance or prayers.

She said she had blocked all her married friends last year, but she currently see herself unblocking them.

She however admitted that single guys do woo her but she rather finds her love interest in married men.

Read her message to Joro below;

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“Hi Joro. Evenin. Anon pls. Do I need prayers or deliverance? I just love married men. I love emm so much I don’t know anytime I see a wedding ring on a man I get wet and my mind go far I love ones who have fine wife my thing
I pray to God this year I won’t see any or talk to any. Joro all my married bf I blocked last year it’s me unblocking them sending them hny n prayers
Single guys call me but I love marrieds I no I will sleep with marrieds this month I no and I am unhappy.”

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Drinking Beer Daily Can Double A Man’s Chances Of Reaching 90 Years — Study Reveals

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A daily tipple nearly doubles a man’s hope of hitting 90, a study says.

Those on half a pint of beer a day are 81 per cent more likely than teetotallers to reach a tenth decade.

Women who drink similar amounts increase by a third their chance of reaching that landmark.

Even blokes who consumed three nips of whisky or two pints daily — double the recommended NHS maximum — are two-thirds more likely to live to that ripe age when compared to abstainers.

The booze habits of 5,500 people were tracked by researchers from Maastricht University in Holland for over two decades.

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Lead researcher Prof Dr Piet van den Brandt said: “Our analyses show significantly positive associations between alcohol and longevity in men and women.”

One theory is moderate drinking is good for heart health. But too much booze can be toxic, explaining why bingers do badly.

However, the researchers claim their results do not mean teetotallers should hit the bottle.

They said: “The results should not be used as motivation to start drinking.”

But Prof Dame Sally Davies, former Chief Medical Officer, said even one pint a week increases the risk of cancer.

And Sir Ian Gilmore, from Alcohol Health Alliance UK, claimed: “There is no evidence to suggest non-drinkers should start for the good of their health.”

NHS guidelines recommend no more than 14 units of alcohol weekly – roughly six pints of beer or six standard glasses of wine.

Source: Thesun.co.uk

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‘A High Maintenance Woman Can’t Be A Loving Wife, She’ll Leave You The Day You Can’t Maintain Her Standards’ — Men Warned

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Reno Omokri, a popular social media commentator who is fast turning into a relationship expert has advised men who are yet to get married to be weary of women who monetize love.

According to Reno, example of such woman is the type who insists a man buys her gifts to prove his love, he said such woman does not know what love is.

 

Writing on his IG, he stated that it is impossible for a woman with high taste to be a loving wife, adding that if a man makes the mistake of marrying such a woman, any day he can’t maintain her standards is the day he will lose her.

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He wrote:

“Dear men,
A woman who insists you buy her gifts to prove your love does not know what love is. Such women monetise love and may lead to your ruin. You need a woman who gets happy with your presence, not one who is happy with your presents. A high maintenance woman cannot be a highly loving wife. It is impossible. If you marry her, you are only marrying trouble. Because the day you can’t maintain her standard is the day you will stand alone!”

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‘Ladies, True Love Is Not About Bill Payment’

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Reno Omokri has some advice for women who believe that the only way a guy could prove his love is by financing their bills.

Stating that true love is not about bill payment, the popular social media commentator described as demonic the attitude of ‘no romance without finance’ displayed by most women.

Reno Omokri

Taking to his verified IG page, he wrote:

“If you can’t pay my bills, then you are not worthy of my love’ is not a conversation about love. That is a commercial contract. It involves buying and selling. What is being sold is not even love. It may be intercourse, or an escort service. Definitely not love. True love is not about bill payment. The no romance without finance attitude is demonic. The virtuous wife described in Proverbs 31:10-31 is a woman who adds spiritual, material, and emotional value to her husband. Read it before you even propose.”

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