Single men and women meet on various platforms. The Internet is one of the simplest and quickest ways for guys to meet these days. Platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are the most popular apps used by those looking for relationships.
When men meet for the first time online, there are some questions that men who want to be in relationships with women ask to get to know them better. Such inquiries are intended to familiarize them with the ladies they are meeting for the first time.
They say that first impressions are important. Some guys, in an attempt to impress women, ask questions that turn them off. Some ladies have been discussing the types of questions that guys they meet for the first time ask them, which irritates them and causes them to avoid such men.
This was revealed in responses to a Facebook user's post to a group discussion. Ogoo Maria posed the question to Igbo Rant HQ. It reads as follows:
Let us take a closer look at them.
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