You see, I’ve always know that all of my readers are sly and lowdown durrrty but y’all just confirmed it last week with your response to my poll. I asked the men: Polygamy or cheating on the downlow? And the women: Polygamy or cheating husband? The men answered: I
I heard a very funny story recently. This guy had been dating his girl for a while and he bought her a car on her birthday. Unfortunately, the relationship hit rock bottom some months later. The guy didn’t take back the car much to the annoyance of his friends even though he had a messy break up. Months later, the guy spotted another dude driving the car with his ex in it all lovey dovey and all. He got really mad and demanded the car back. LOL, I must admit, that can be very painful. I have heard countless stories related to this since forever and I find it very funny and puerile to say the least that it is still happening now.
I remember the drama between Empress and Timaya, when he went to her church to ask for the car he gifted her some years back. A gift is a gift and should be treated as such. It is very wrong for you to demand for it after giving it. Fine, I understand it can be very painful especially if the gift is super expensive but really, if you are going to ask for a gift back, then maybe just maybe you shouldn’t be giving it in the first place; right?
I was listening to a radio program some months ago where this particular topic was being discussed. A caller fervidly insisted that he would take back the gift over and over again if he could especially if the circumstance behind the break up was nasty. Another took the pain to explain the different categories of gifts which includes normal gift, investment gift and impression gift or something silly like that. He continued by saying one should never give an investment gift unless the person is 100% sure the relationship is for the long haul. Honestly, people are not busy enough. Like how do you spew so much BS? Before you buy your partner a gift, an expensive one for that matter, I’m sure the person (your partner) would have earned it. So why will you wake up one morning when sh*t hits the fan and demand it back? Why don’t you ask for your virginity or your kini fluids back? (Miss me with that whole ohh that is not a gift blah blah blah) .
Now to today’s poll, will you take back the expensive gift(s) you gave your ex or will you just let it go? Please the t-shirts ladies keep from their boyfriends don’t count, we don’t care how much you bought them plus it’s not even a gift, it is our God given right!!! Don’t argue just accept it. For me, I will let just it go and see it as giving to charity and the “less privileged”. What say you?