– A married lady has dished out marital and relationship hard-truths to both genders
– Gold-Olufadi Shakirat said that she still gets “green light” from men in spite of the fact that she wears her wedding ring in public
– The woman says that for the fact that one is married doesn’t mean some other persons won’t find such a one attractive
A married woman has dished out marital and relationship hard-truths genders.
The lady identified as Gold-Olufadi Shakirat took to Twitter to share why men still ‘toast’ her despite her having her wedding ring on when on public outings.
In a lengthy set of tweets she made, as seen by Legit.ng on her wall, she also explained why folks who are unmarried find married ladies or guys attractive and go for them.
The skin specialist attributed this to what she tagged ‘gene of attraction’ which she says does not have an automatic switch-off button even upon discovery that the person of interest is married.
She went on to add that at other times it is not the fault of the gene of attraction but the married folks themselves.
“Sometimes, we invite the third party all by ourselves.”
“You have a relationship with a friend and emotions start getting in the way. You deceive yourself by saying its nothing and you keep moving closer. You then start to see the ‘missing’ 20% that your partner lacks.
“Oh, see how Tunde listens to me. He always goes out of his way to help me. Lanre doesn’t even put me first.” Before you know it, your spouse no longer excites you. All you’re looking forward to is when Tunde will come to town again. The phone rings and you’re checking the caller ID to see if it is Tunde.
Shakirat warned that when relationships get to this point it is time to call it quits as it is a sign of danger.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported how a lady with the Twitter handle @its_blis advised ladies not to date a guy with ‘mattress on the floor’.
She says a man with a mattress on the floor is not ready for marriage.
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