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This man has done so many things that scream that he loves me--he has told me this once, but we are both scared.He does not like to talk about his feelings---but every now and again, he will share things that are reassuring.by Neesha (Baltimore MD) He hasn't introduced me to his family after 2 yrs dating. I am doing everything I can think of to let him know I love him and will always be there. Nigerians are workingand that gives me joy and it really strengthen me to wish to do more than this, I thought most Nigerians abroad go through hell to find a decent job, well maybe I should leave that to another thread The truth is, am dating a white girl aged 26 and our relationship is working fine and we had hope to get married soon Thanks for the responses, the good and the bad ones. I have been learning how to make Nigerian meals and desserts. He is working, actually very hard working at two jobs. It's difficult understanding his thoughts at times because I am used to dealing with American men. Interesting story,how did that really happened , well love might have made them loved each other, but is the love pure,because there are previous stories about a man who married a white woman but was killed after five month of good luck This is great,it is one of the best news ever.They are the cream of the crop A big argument many make for immigration is that immigrants are generally adding to American society in a great way.In a sense, the ones who make it here are the ones who are willing to make big sacrifices to gain a chance at prosperity. They have a more balanced perspective Even if you’re dating a Nigerian Prince (we’ve all come across those, haven’t we?Love is like a tree planted by the rivers of waters.so i don't blame both of you, my only concern is why a man would want to stick with an older lady. In my defense, I would also like to add that I am in great shape and I don't look 41, I have been told I look in my late 20's early 30's many times before. So it's not like he is dating a hum drum overweight wrinkled up old lady!!
Of course, you understand by now that this is a very subjective, yet fun, list.(An African-American Woman) (1) (2) (3) (4) This is my first post to this forum, and I am looking forward to meeting lots of people---both Nigerian and Non-Nigerian!I have been dating an American-born Nigerian man for a few months now, and I care for him very much. I do know that we have a lot of problems communicating sometimes and I think it is because of cultural stuff.I bet everyone wants to know what I believe a Non-African woman should know before dating an African men. Okay before I begin let me just say: Am I saying all African men are the same? Here’s a list of what you can expect so you are well prepared: 1) Henny, dark liquor, Stout, or Heinkein or other heavy beers are their drink of choice. Oyinbo/Akata: Have at least a case in your house, if your man drinks alcohol and comes to your place and sees you have some, he will be a happy man. No African man is always going to want to do take out or go to a restaurant all the time. 3) Meat and fish are your best friend: I don’t care, I have yet to meet an African man that doesn’t like meat or fish. However, our fine brothers have started looking into other ethnicities and are beginning to date interracially (putting their chocolate cookie in sugar cookies, raisin cookies, and Macadamia cookies) and it’s okay. There are lots of handsome men out there, in different continents and countries so I’m here to give advice on some things a Non African woman should have in the back of her head when dating an African man. A Nigerian man loves with his belly amongst other things. Oyinbo/Akata: Cook your favorite meals, make sure it’s good, Nigerian men are spoiled by the sweet taste of their mother’s cooking so you are going to have to put that work in the kitchen.