Nigerian man sets eating etiquettes for women on dates

Nigerian man sets eating etiquettes for women on dates

- A young man recently sent out words of advice to women concerning how they eat during casual dates

- According to the man identified as Babajide, any woman who asks for takeaway on a date is not a spec

- He also said a woman should not empty her plate of food on a first date as well

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A young Nigerian man identified as Babajide recently set Twitter on fire after he attacked a particular set of women.

In a series of posts which he shared via Twitter, Babajide said any woman who attempted to ask for a takeaway pack on a first date was not a spec because it is rude to take food back home to their friends or siblings.

Nigerian man sets eating etiquettes for women on dates
Young man blasts women who go on dates and try to take food home Photo credit: @CRawkeen
Source: Twitter

The young man continued by saying that it was unladylike to finish the food on the plate and it would leave an impression on the man, which might not be a good one.

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Babajide further said except the woman insisted on paying, a takeaway pack was unnecessary, and he even stated that most women bring the idea up knowing fully well that they would not be paying.

Like that was not enough, he also came for the bone eaters whose only contribution is the sound of crushing bones to meaningful conversations.

Babajide conclusively stated that most men go on dates with ladies with the intention of starting a relationship, just to see if anything would spark their interests.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a viral video of a young lady who packed her food in a rather odd and somewhat hilarious choice of a container at a restaurant she recently visited stirred reactions online.

The lady identified on Twitter as @DheeDrey, shared a video where she was seen asking an attendant for a takeaway pack so she could pack her leftover food.

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However, @DheeDrey was not pleased when she was told she would have to pay for the pack.

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