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After I Forced My Boyfriend To Visit My Family, He Did This To Me In Front Of My Mother [Fiction]

Many people who are currently in a relationship in Nigeria, think they know everything about their partner, especially ladies who are in a hurry to get married.


We all know that, many young girls like men who are very rich and attractive, and when a man who has these qualities come into their lives, they get very emotional and end up getting hurt.


My advice to young ladies out there is to always be careful with the kind of man they fall in love. Now, I am not saying all men who have money are not good, what I mean is that you must not put your hopes high and also expect him to be the man you will get married to at the end of the day.


Let me start like this, I am a 25 year old graduate who has been very desperate to get married.


I met a young man immediately after I graduated, he was very caring and handsome, he had all the qualities any Nigerian lady will seek for.


I had been asking him to visit my family since the day we met, and one day he finally agreed to visit me. The day he visited me and this this in front of my mother, that was the day I knew he was not the right person for me.


Well, at first when he entered the house where I lived with my family, he was very calm not until food was served to him.


He didn't want to eat at first so I had to convince him, as he was eating he said the food was not good then my mum asked him what was wrong with it.

He told her the food was not up to his taste, as soon as I heard this, I was very shocked and confused at the same time.


He later stood up and walked out of the house, I tried to stop him but he pushed me aside.

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My mother did not say anything throughout the rest of the day because we both prepared the food and it was ok.

I later discovered that, what he meant was that we were not up to his class, and this was really embarrassing for me and my family, I am still confused at the moment. Should I call him?


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