Lady stirs debate: Says boys like making sure girls are well-fed

Lady stirs debate: Says boys like making sure girls are well-fed

- A lady, Lola, has created some 'whirlwind' on Twitter after coming hard on Nigerian boys for being 'uncreative'

- Lola said that they are always fond of asking their girls if they have eaten, a question which soon becomes boring

- Mixed reactions trailed her tweet as people were polarised between the groups that supported her opinion and those who did not

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A lady with the Twitter handle @kirahdollz and identified as Lola has stirred engaging discussions on how Nigerian boys make conversations in relationships.

In a post on Wednesday, January 13, the lady called them out and said that they love asking their girlfriends "have you eaten?"

The question is believed to be the common, however, 'boring' question some lovers ask each other to show care.

Since Lola's post went live, it has attracted thousands of responses from many, especially those who find the question bland.

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See her post below: compiled some of the reactions the post got:

@yung_cpa disagreed, said:

"Actually that's the average Nigerian girl's line if she actually cares about you... I can't remember asking any girl if they have eaten but I remember them asking me."

@I_am_Abdelsamad said:

"Conversations are meant to flow naturally but no, since you girls won't be creative with conversations, you leave guys asking random default questions... Naija girls and their boring chats."
Lady stirs debates after saying boys like asking girls 'have you eaten?'
Many ladies agreed with her submission. Photo source: @kirahdollz
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@Chi_Chipresh said:

"And when you say No, they will say try and eat something, please. Eat what?"

@benardthebold said:

"Nigerian girls are always acting hungry, so we choose the soft spot to hit the conversation."

@merrybelz said:

"When you say no, most of them fake beg you to eat. If you can’t send food when she says no, don’t ask."

@awa_oyomesi said:

"They can ask you a million times but will never send you the food."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a man identified as Olusegun on Twitter shared a very 'horrible' dating experience he had while his monthly salary was still fairy small.

He said that during the outing, while he only bought a bottle of water for himself, the lady ordered for food that amounted to a small fortune.

Olusegun said after that day, he knew right there that the lady was not the woman he would spend the rest of his life with.

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