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Your Inlaws are visiting....

Discussion in 'LOVE, MARRIAGE, THE SEXES' started by paj, Sep 27, 2011.

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  1. paj

    paj D JENGBORAN OF YORUBALAND

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    ..and U know they're very 'traditional' people...(Old School like dat Sola wey still dey buy right hand steering moto for auction...:spiny: )..U and ya spouse on the other hand are the "Americanized" or "Yuppy Couple"....(like NTB who refuses to refer to her husband as "Broda",though the guy ol pass am..smokin: )should U change anything in the way U and ya spouse 'operate'?U know sey dem dey watch O...smokin:
     
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    samira Well-Known Member

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    Your head no correct. :roll NTBdarling come back here. :laugh:
     
  3. Soulfullangel

    Soulfullangel Active Member

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    For us to have allowed them into our home, we must have known one another very well, so we wouldn't have to change how we 'operate'
     
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    paj D JENGBORAN OF YORUBALAND

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    :086: me no compredente...
     
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    Soulfullangel Active Member

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    How about now? :)


     
  6. paj

    paj D JENGBORAN OF YORUBALAND

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    ...I know English not be ya first language :D:D...well..so..lemme get this straight...you and your spouse will continue to do things as if you don't have guests or would U 'customize ya style a little ' for the few weeks U have the inlaws over?:)
     
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    Soulfullangel Active Member

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    Yes@bolded...And that's if they're not allergic to CCTV...
     
  8. NTB

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    I de call him his name :laugher: He can't be a "broda" oh :roll. Mr. C ain't no ol man. He's a watzup bobo

    You should give them your bedroom and sleep in the guest room or parlor :laugh: We ain't changing squat but I will do my best to accommodate them and their habits for the short visit.
     
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    NTB Well-Known Member

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    PaJ's head no de house for sure :laugher:
     
  10. Thickmadam

    Thickmadam OHHHHHH YEAHHHHHHHH!!

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    that's funny you should bring this up...one of my girlfriends and i were talking a few months ago, and she said how her mother in law was appalled that she calls her husband by his name. and how the man fixes his lunch or dinner if she's working late.
    bwahahahahahahhahahahahahaha
     
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    samira Well-Known Member

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    Abeg, just be yourself na....after all, u don marry am already abi? What they fit do, repossess am? :roll
     
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    NTB Well-Known Member

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    examples please (can't wait to see this) sweat:
     
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    abi at the bold :teu26:
     
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    NTB Well-Known Member

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    :laugh: God help us and I will not call him daddy and he better not call me Mummy (yack)
     
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    samira Well-Known Member

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    :laugh: watched the movie called 'Matilda' before? Remember this line when Matilda was born and the Wormwoods were leaving the hospital? The hospital bill was $5000 and Harry was so annoyed and he said:

    ' $5,000? I'm not paying it. What're they going to do, repossess the kid?' :roll
     
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    yeap
     
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    Sifu Well-Known Member

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    Do things like you always do unless you are able to carry on the pretense for ever. It's better to shock them now and let them whine. They will get over it sooner or later.
     
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    I remember the kids dad's mother was shocked when she visited that her son was doing dishes. She asked him "are you washing plate?" LMAO. I was looking around for the hired help we had lying around that would do it for us. She soon got used to seeing him do house work and me not being there till late at night or leaving before she woke up in the morning
     
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    @bolded...You mean she isn't supposed to call her husband by her name??
     
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    Sifu Well-Known Member

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    For many Nigerians it is a big no-no. What I feel is crazy is that when they were dating she probably called him by his name and then they get married then she should switch to something else. When the kids come then it becomes daddy T or something like that LOL
     
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