Hey guys, it’s been a long New York minute. On the last poll, we asked: What is that thing you have done in bed that you once swore you’d never do? Things went south really quickly and after several revelations, the big O sharing tips and unruly email comments, I’m just here wondering where all of you…
Hey guys, it’s been a long New York minute. On the last poll, we asked: What is that thing you have done in bed that you once swore you’d never do? Things went south really quickly and after several revelations, the big O sharing tips and unruly email comments, I’m just here wondering where all of you will be when Jesus returns. If you missed this post, you can catch up HERE. At the end of the day, 42% confirmed that Oral Sex was that one thing for them.
If I get a dollar for the number of times cheating has been discussed online and offline, I’d be sitting in a beach, sipping gin and juice with D-Money or Dan-G as we close pals refer to him. Recently, this cheating business has been narrowed down to something almost unique to men from the Yoruba tribe in Nigeria. They have been slandered, crucified, verbally castrated etc. And to me, for the most part, it is just banter. But what is sad is that some ladies actually take this serious and have made a mental note to stay away from Yoruba men because of these accusations. In the same vein, rumour has it that Igbo girls are at the top of the female cheating chain. Sigh… what people need to understand is that cheating is totally independent of tribe. One of the best relationships I have ever had was with a Yoruba man and it didn’t end because of cheating. As a matter of fact, a lot of my friends have had good relationships with Yoruba men so most times; I wonder where all these slander is coming from and why it is still gaining momentum especially on social media.
What is interesting is that this seemingly bad behaviour of Yoruba men is not restricted to cheating. They have been recognised as the tribe that breeds demons. Most people think it is the Yoruba man that cheats serially on his girl; lies that his wife is in fact his sister, kisses and tells like it’s a favourite sport; goes on a date with a girl with no intention of paying; and even dabbles in the occasional swindling. The list is endless to be honest and I’m not about to go into the dynamics of cheating or relationships because that has been served in various dimensions here. However, what I will like to tackle today is the authenticity of these accusations meted on the Yoruba men by taking a proper survey. Don’t get me wrong, I am not in any way supporting men and their bad behaviour. What I find wrong is the unfair generalisation. All tribes have their demons in heavy doses and this is fully dependent on personalities. A lot of us have had the misfortune of being victims. We have experienced all the phases of the effect of the demon behaviour; the heart wrenching pain, the numbness, the anger and hatred of all men but we have pulled through the betrayal and hurt one way or the other.
So to today’s poll, for those who have ever been victims to relationship demons, please tell us the tribe of the Nigerian that messed you up bad, that person who gave you second thoughts on relationships and sealed your opinion that happy ever afters are a myth after all. Think of this as a TNC Survey. Please vote and use the comment section to express you.