"Petrol is N110 per litter and girls still think we are coming over to just chill". That was the first New years greeting I got from my very good friend, Akin Odedina lol. I hope you didn't miss the opportunity to have fun through out the festive season. It was a blessed one for me as I got the opportunity to be part of a yearly family getaway for the very first time. Resort tinzz!
Back to today's topic. Women are like rats! Women are like rats!! Women are like rats!!! That's what this man in his early sixties kept saying in a very interesting conversation. Its funny to see guyz talk decently about women, marriage, kids, wedding, etc. If any girl is opportune to ever listen to such convo, its most def going to be a memory to cherish.
He then went on a story telling venture on how women can embarrass you in public without even knowing, apologise and do it again. He continues "We men act with our brains/head, women act with their emotions." He went on and on, explaining how logic and emotions never go together but still need each other to run a successful family.
Guyz hardly talk about such topic, but when we do it is incredible knowledge gained. I sincerely wish every girl have the gift of witnessing such conversation, most especially when your loved one is involved (boyfriend, fiance, husband, or even father). You will be shocked at what is locked deep down in their hearts when they decide to open up.
This past month has been a month of wisdom inregarding life and relationship. Don't be surprised when you see it reflect in songs I dish out in the nearest future. I have most definitely learnt a whole lot. I have heard what I would never have expected my friends to say concerning this topic (even statements I dear not post here) and I would seriously recommend every guy to give this topic a shot with their friends of vast age range and also every girl to ease-drop and get surprised at what they hear.
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