In the early 90s, singer Patty Smyth did one of her biggest hits which was a song about the dangers of loving somebody too much but the real clincher in terms of lyrics was the line ‘sometimes love just ain’t enough’.
Some things are not that big of a deal but if done in public, could light up social media faster than a Christmas tree. While some may guffaw and have a chuckle others will definitely be laughing at you and not with you. Nobody likes to be the butt of a joke and worse, no one likes to be associated with an individual said to be like school in summer: no class.
Every man deserves a good woman; someone who is his backbone or like the Bible says his rib that is a comforter, nurturer, sounding board, muse, life coach and help mate whenever one or more of these roles is required. A lot has been said about the search for a good man but we tend to be silent when it comes to locating that genuine girl that challenges her spouse to be a better version of himself.
When you heard the preposterous situation your bestie got you into, your immediately said ‘hell no!’ and it took almost a week for her to convince you to go. At first you were dead against it but when you realised that you have not been on date in almost two years and that the cobwebs on your ‘coochie’ has been gathering for close to three, you sighed and acquiesce. What is the worst that can happen right?