Nigerian dating rituals
Well, a crazy colleague of mine decide to take on the role of match-maker and started asking for their likes, preferences etc. That, I can tell you, put paid to her “Nigerian-husband” ambition.As they were giving it one by one amidst much laughter, one of them dropped the bombshell that she couldn’t cook. Overall, the Nigerian man may have his flaws (who doesn’t?(Paying for the date.) They don’t like to feel belittled or not in control, and because of that some are very argumentative and aggressive to protect that Alpha male, macho man persona. I don’t know what it’s like in the open public between you and your African man but I can almost guarantee it’s great behind closed doors, when you guys are… Nigerian men consider themselves great lovers, if only that were true but even though this might not be exactly true for all Nigerian men, they at least try and put that work in, if you know what I mean.
I don’t know why maybe it’s they want to have that drink as their “special drink” because it’s one of the few drinks most women wouldn’t necessarily see as their drink of choice. When you cook, you must add chicken, goat, turkey, or fish in a man’s food, if not it’s not a complete meal.If he’s got the dough, he flaunts it (and wants you to know he is flaunting it too!) and God help those of other Nationalities when he is on the roll!Even if he does that you can be sure he has finished work and is just kidding around, which brings me to the next characteristic…HE PLAYS HARD….what’s all that hard work for if you don’t get to spend the proceeds?He LURVES to groove…whether its at the Club or the open air pepper soup joint at Obalende!