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Before you propose, test your girlfriend by cheating – Writer

A Nigerian copywriter, Chinedu Ihekwoaba has outlined a set of tests a man should subject his girlfriend to in order to know if she is the right person to marry.

He said a man can adopt a five-step approach when testing his woman and if she passes all of them then she is a wife material.

Chinedu listed the first test as limiting the number of calls to once a month, while the second is for him to only reply her text after two days.

The content writer added that the boyfriend should not give any money to his babe, rather, he should borrow from her and fail to pay back.

According to him, the last test is for the man to cheat on his girlfriend, but if she does not complain about these things then he can go ahead and engage her.

He wrote; “Before you marry your gf, let her pass thru small shege.

Like: Call her once a month. Don’t reply to her chats for two days. Don’t give her shishi. Borrow money from her and don’t pay it back. Cheat on her. If she didn’t complain, my bro, marry her. Na wife material.”

Social media users shared some divergent views in reaction to the post as they noted that such a test may be foolhardy.

@Greenedagod1; What if she didn’t complain, then after marrying her she starts punishing you for all this? women can be smart and at the same time they can pretend, they can play mind games too.

She might find out you’re just testing her, she’ll play along and in the end when you guys marry she’ll start testing you in the marriage as a punishment, that’s worse 😂

@Chinenyeokoyead; I don’t think intentionally treating your people/girl friend bad will help you determine if you will be with them.

The reason why I don’t joke with the word of God is because it has given us a guild to ever aspect of life. Pls Test people by the fruit they produce as u relate.


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