By Aunt Hommy
Eating a man’s money knowing that you won’t lay him is pure evil and selfish. Accepting his gifts and diners daily and yet in your heart of hearts, you are sure you won’t let him in is the definition of evil.
No amount of hunger should allow you to give a man hope that you will open up your choochkie for him, only to end up eating his money and blocking him.
It goes to another level of evil when you invite a group of friends, eat this man’s money, and while you are not willing to give him some, you don’t even allow him to tap your friends.
If you are going to engage in the game of barter trade, you have to respect the rules. You take something; you give something right back.
If hunger is the reason you are going on a date with this man, if you need to upgrade your phone, if you need to go shopping on this man’s credit card, be human enough to give him some at the end of the day.
Just like women wake up in the morning to hustle, men do the same. No matter how rich he is, he doesn’t deserve to lose his money in a deal as bogus as detoothing.
If he is feeding you, clothing you, and helping you keep up with the Kardashians, and he is not your father, do your part of the trade. Open up those legs so that he can have what he paid for.
No man wakes up in the morning to start taking care of you and doesn’t want to dip it in. No matter how patient or polite they are, they are spending on you so that you can spend some time introducing them to the lakes and rivers of your body.
Stop being selfish and start respecting the laws of trade. You want the lavish apartment and lifestyle, be ready to give him premium choochkie.
If you are not going all the way, tell him to stop wasting his money and find someone who is into charity work.
Men are human. He will sacrifice capital he should have invested in his business to try and please his body and cleanse his soul with a nice tight choochkie. If you are not going to satisfy that need, let him keep his money.
And please, if you know that your choochkie is 150k worth and that those walls don’t deserve the Shs 1 million treat, tell him not to cross the amount it is worth.
And that line of you didn’t ask for the money should stop. Let’s not pretend to be children only when it benefits us.
Let’s be adults and allow that you are satisfying his needs if he is investing in your lifestyle.
Till next time you eat, you pay up with Confidence!