Traditional Ghanaian Wedding Couple In Kente

You have faith in her, you worship her, you glorify her footsteps. Despite all these, make no mistake about it, guys; all ladies lie in certain situations and your adored little angel is one of them.

To simply make you understand it well, we have reduced it to the basic 3 lies all ladies tell.

  1. “I’m not mad at you.”

Oh, yes she is. Don’t think you’re getting off that easily. This lie is one of the most frequently used in relationships. For example, if a guy forgets his girlfriend’s birthday, calls her by his former lady’s or does any of the other small mistakes that most men do on a regular basis, women usually can’t just let it go. They dwell on it, letting worries whittle away normal feelings of well-being like a dog gnaws on a bone.

Instead of admitting that she’s actually quite hurt by his relatively small offence, the woman will half-heartedly pretend that she is not bothered. In truth, she does care, very much so, but does not want to appear too irritated about it, so she puts up the flimsiest of facades to indicate otherwise and tells one of the five lies all women tell.

2. “I’m just not ready for a boyfriend right now.”

Once again, this expression is almost always false, although at least it’s told with the best idea in mind, in order to reduce rejection. “I just came out of a bad relationship, and I don’t want to be hurt again,”

3. “I don’t mind picking up the tab tonight; you always pay anyway.”

This cannot be true. Though this lie doesn’t apply to all women, most still do expect men to pay for things, especially if the man asked them out in the first. They will behind your back think that the guy is cheap if he wriggles out of the bill on a regular basis. Men should always at least offer to pay for dinner if they have asked the lady out. If she does not agree, then let her pay the bill; if she just protests casually, she’s only doing it out of politeness — so pay for it.

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