They love the ladies so they use the majority of their wages on buying gifts for different ladies, so are not really building anything towards their future at the pace they could if they only just…focused! The dotting suit and tie ‘worker’In Ghana young adults just want to have a job where they get to wear a shirt and tie to work whereas in the UK for example young adults right of passage is usually shop floor staff during and straight after their studies, nothing wrong with that but suggest that to a student in Ghana and see the bad looks and response you get!So even if they earn much less working somewhere they can wear a shirt and tie, they will take it like that just for the image and to ‘Keep up with the Mensah’s’.
However, I stumbled across this blog over the holidays and re-read it, and Amma and I came to an agreement that perhaps we COULD share the blog and discuss it, because there are a number of interesting things that arise from it. What this question is really meant to do is to provide agreement to an unstated yet painfully obvious statement: It’s usually here that I’ll indulge in the conversation for the sake of the other party, because obviously the conversation is not meant for me, but for their confirmation that there still exists some order in the world:*rolling eyes*.
What I discuss in the post is the plight of single returnee women, and I’ve come to the realization that whether I discuss it or not the world (and you our readers) have already formed opinions of women like Amma and I… In these types of conversations, the grande crescendo takes place with the full on questioning of how I stack up (compared to other ladies who are in relationships and/or are married already): Depending on the audience, I either stand with an innocent smile to join in their dumbfoundedness, state my confidence that I am indeed not worried because at any moment in time I could meet the man of my dreams, or unleash my semi-feminist attack that men don’t necessarily want these things they have listed out/ these things don’t mean anything these days because look at all the amazing beautiful smart black women around the world *shrug*.
Hi beautiful people, Finding love in a foreign country is never easy as you can never be sure if they love you for you or are trying to get something from you, as a lot of people see foreigners as exotic and have the notion in their head that if you are from abroad you have money and things to offer and this goes both ways for men and women.
If you are thinking of finding love in Ghana/Africa, I thought I would give you some help on the type of men to AVOID and keep at arms length unless you like that type of thing…(ok, some are stereotypes but all in all a bit of fun so please don’t get offended) 😀 1.
I hate this label so much that I often censor posts about my relationship status and other topics that might make me come across as angry/bitter or having an attitude problem. It’s a plane, it’s a bird, no it’s thirty I see on the horizon. One inch closer to 30, and one step deeper into the bottomless pit of harassment from everyone about marriage: Though I’ve never understood this question in the past, its irritation increases to new bounds with age.
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