Reno Omokri, in a purported jibe at female folks who always seize every opportunity to request financial aid from their male counterparts, has put them to remembrance that 'how are you?' is not a call to list all your life’s problems to a guy.
As he is accustomed to doing, whenever he wants to address or vilify a group of people or an individual, the social media activist, Reno Omokri, beginning as a gentleman, said, “dear ladies, if a guy asks ‘how are you?’ he is just being polite.”
“He is not soliciting you to list all your life’s problems for him to solve,” Reno Omokri said in a quick addition.
And to illustrate the message he is trying to pass across to his social media followers, Reno Omokri wrote thus:
Question (from a guy to a lady): How are you?
Answer (by the lady to the guy): Hmm, it is not easy o. I haven’t done my hair in two (2) weeks. And iPhone 13 is out!
What do you think is the perfect response to be given for this kind of lady?
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