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Boy Tells Girl She is Not His Type After Four Years Of Dating

FRIDAYGIST 06/29/2020

After Four Years, He Told Her She is Not The Type Of Girl For Him. See Screenshots


Is this bewitchment or what?

Leading people on in relationship has almost become the order of the day, if not the norm accepted by the society. The killing point and false self consolation is that a broken relationship is better than a broken marriage. But if I may ask, “How long should a relationship last before you will know that it won’t lead to marriage?” These are the reasons why we have several heart rendering news and stories on daily basis of young boys and girls committing murder over an opposite sex because of love or whatever, worse still, committing suicide.

The boy in the screenshots below, from his conversation, shows that he is not ready to marry the lady. In fact, he does not have her in his future, not even as option or whatever. But for whatever selfish reason that is best known to him, he has held the lady captive (slave of love) for four years, only for him to be bold enough to tell her that she is not the kind of girl his parents would like. But funny aspect of it is that he does not seem ready to leave her and let her go, perhaps she would find someone else who will love her and be proud of her.

On the other hand, only God knows what is not in good condition with the lady that she could not discover this all these years; and even as she got to know, she still seems bonded in one way or the other.

See screenshots of their conversation below;

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What a funny world?


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