Whether you believe it or not, some relationships will drain you financially while others will benefit you in all ramifications. Recently, the number of "urgent 2k" ladies is increasing in number thereby denting the image of hardworking and honest ones. According to the motivational speaker who is filled with wisdom, Reno Omokri, here are the 7 signs you'll see in the ladies that are liabilities, not assets.
1. After you date her, you must buy data for her.
2. If she needs to meet you, you must pay for her transport fare.
3. Your money goes to her hair, not her head.
4. Your account suffers setbacks on her birthdays.
5. She does not speak big grammar but has big drama.
6. She loves to eat out all the time.
7. She calls you stingy if you don't meet her material and financial demands.
As a lady, if you always do any of the things listed above, you are a liability, not an asset. And as a guy, if your girlfriend or fiancee does any of these things, be careful. She won't be satisfied with the little you give her and may tempt you to do things you'll regret later.
A word is enough for the wise.
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