Simple things guys notice first in ladies

Ever wondered about the things guys notice first about ladies? Men are not so difficult to understand since they are actually straightforward so it can be easy to find out what things guys notice first by watching them carefully each time they meet a woman. Here are few interesting and even surprising things men notice first about women. Smile: A beautiful smile is one of the things men notice first in a woman, men notice how nice and genuine a woman’s smile is. So, smile more often because you never can tell who might be falling in love with your cute smile. admire Eyes: Another thing men notice in a woman is her eyes, the eyes are the windows to one’s soul and they can tell a lot about someone. You can tell if someone is lying or telling the truth through their eyes. Less Makeup: Men prefer women who wear 40% less makeup than the heavy makeup woman. Skin: Most men pay a lot of attention to the way a woman’s skin look, studies indicated that men sees a good complexion as a good sign of health and most men think that a woman with a healthy-looking complexion is healthy and she can produce healthy offspring. guys 2 Dress style: Probably, this is surprising but most men do notice a woman’s dressing style, most men prefer a classy dresser to a woman who shows too much of her skin, so, try to dress nicely and more classy Hips and buttocks: Whether you like to believe it or not men love women with big hips and buttocks, they like the feeling of having something to hold. This isn't to say skinny and slim girls don't have a chance. It all depends on what the guy wants. Loyalty and kindness: Men are constantly on the lookout for a woman who can invoke trust through her integrity and character.  

Card machine now used in weddings for couples gift

A Zimbabwe weddings resort to card machines for guests to swipe their gifts due to cash crunch. Due to a severe shortage of cash in Zimbabwe, wedding planners have taken to hiring card machines to allow guests to swipe their gifts. Banks have recently been forced to reduce individual daily withdrawal limits to just $30 (N9168) - Despite having $6.5 billion (N1.9 trillion) in deposits, Zimbabwe only has around $600 million (N183.3 billion) in cash circulating Wedding planners in Zimbabwe have found a way of circumventing the severe cash crunch the country is currently facing—hiring card machines to allow wedding guests to swipe their gifts. bre A guest at a Zimbabwean wedding about to swipe her bank card to pay her wedding gift Zimbabwean banks have reportedly been forced to reduce individual daily withdrawal limits to just $30 (N9168) as the country simply does not have enough bank notes available. Recent reports indicate that despite having $6.5 billion (N1.9 trillion) in deposits, Zimbabwe only has around $600 million (N183.3 billion) in cash circulating. cash cru A wedding in Zimbabwe Weddings have therefore been among those affected by the cash crunch, as guests often say they do not have bank notes to perform the traditional showering of newly wed couples with money. Although the new card-swipe method robs weddings of some of the fun and appears somewhat unromantic, it seems to serve the same purpose at the end of the day—giving money gifts to the couples. Would you like to have this in your wedding as well?

Man arrested with drugs: Submits to desires of life


The pleasures of life can vary from person to person however the desire for money is synonymous in most cases. The pressure mounted on young men and women these days can be overwhelming and totally unnecessary. From young ladies to get married and have kids to young men to be successful, have a house, nice cars and provide all the rights for a wedding. Parents, family members and single people should stop putting unnecessary pressure on these things. The case of a young man who decided to carry drugs for $5000 is sad.
Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport (MMIA), Lagos, arrested a 33-year-old Nigerian man travelling to Indonesia with 1.205kg of drugs narcotics found to be methamphetamine.
The suspect, Umeme Lotachukwu Fabian from Anambra State was arrested while attempting to board a Qatar Airways flight to Indonesia with a Cote d’lvoire International passport bearing the name Grou Bi Clauvis.
Umeme, who also had an identity card claiming to be an Ivorian, while under observation at the airport, excreted eighty-nine (89) wraps of the methamphetamine. The NDLEA commander at the Lagos airport, Ahmadu Garba, said that preliminary investigation conducted by the agency revealed that the suspect hails from Anambra State with the name Umeme Lotachukwu Umeme, who attended Boys Secondary School, Onitsha where he graduated in 2007, after his secondary education, started selling clothes at Onitsha main market before he travelled to India in search of greener pastures in 2013 and returned to the country in 2015.
In his statement, the suspect said that he was offered the sum of five thousand dollars to smuggle drugs to Indonesia. "I am the only son of my parents. I wanted to invest the money in my clothes business and also commence preparation for my marriage in a bid to settle down in life. They offered me the sum of five thousand naira to smuggle the drugs to Indonesia." He also stated that he was not aware that drug trafficking attracts capital punishment in Indonesia.
The NDLEA chairman/chief executive, Colonel Muhammad Mustapha Abdallah (retd.), while expressing satisfaction with the arrest, promised to investigate the identity falsification by the suspect. "This is a very dangerous development, as the suspect could have been consigned to the gallows under a false identity," Abdallah said, warning that those contemplating drug trafficking must endeavour to avoid acts of criminality.
The suspect will be charged to court on completion of investigation.

When a Bride or groom fails to show up on wedding day

You may have heard stories of that bride who didn’t show up on her wedding day. It happens and i have personally witnessed one some years ago.

After all her emotional and financial investments; after all the countless conversations with family members, bridesmaids and wedding planners; after several months of planning, preparing and positioning herself for her wedding day, it can be a traumatic experience for the groom and both families. bride 4
The wedding between one Miss Taiwo Orimoloye and Aboidun Isaac was stalled on Saturday in Ondo town, Ondo State, as the bride, Taiwo allegedly failed to show up for church service. The reason for the action of the bride was unknown as at the press time but it was gathered that the development caused confusion in both families as all efforts to know the whereabouts of Taiwo by the groom’s family proved abortive.
According to Punch, It was also gathered that many guests were in a state of disbelief over the action of the bride. A family source said the couple began the marriage rites in December 2016 at the residence of bride’s parent with a traditional introduction ceremony. The church wedding was however, fixed for Saturday, April 8, 2017. He added that there was no premonition that the final part of the wedding would not hold. A friend of the groom, who did not want his name in the print, explained that all arrangements had been concluded and the church service was to be held at a Celestial Church of Christ in the ancient town but  every one was surprised with the alleged disappearance of the bride. He said, ” All was well with the groom and the bride until Saturday morning when Taiwo failed to turn up for the occasion  and since then she has remained incommunicado.” Another source narrated that the mother of the bride slumped when the news of her daughter’s disappearance was broken to her. She was said to have been rushed to the Ondo State Specialist Hospital, Ondo.

Why is there a traditional bouquet tossing?

At some point in time, have you ever wondered why throwing of the bouquet has grown to become a very important part of the wedding reception? What is the big deal about it? Is it just throwing and catching the bunch of flowers, or is there more to the act? History depicts that the bouquet a bride carries is a symbol of sexuality and fertility. Easily-broken blossoms signify the same characteristics inherent to a woman’s virginity. The flowers also testify to fruit-bearing properties and thus represent an emblem of pregnancy promised. Early bridal bouquets were made of herbs and not real flowers. Some flowers are more favoured for incorporation into bridal bouquets than others. The marigold is commonly included in bridal bouquets because its bloom faithfully follows the sun, opening its petals in the sunlight but closing them once the light has gone. This behaviour has elevated it to a symbol of constancy and endurance of love. unnamed (40) These days the bride tosses her bouquet away as a way of discerning – from all the unmarried females present – whom "fate" has selected to be the next bride. Customarily, the bride turns her back on the assembled friends and flings her bouquet over her shoulder without looking, thus leaving Fate a free hand. Back in time, it was considered lucky to get a fragment of the bride’s clothing. In those days, the bride was treated poorly. Guests would grab at her wedding dress in order to tear off pieces. Modern custom now sometimes sees the groom throwing his wife’s garter to his unwed groomsmen for the same purpose. Other sources describe the garter as representing the virginal girdle. When the groom removed the garter he was, in essence demonstrating publicly, that the bride was relinquishing her virginal status. It was also traditional for wedding guests to accompany the newlywed couple to their bed chamber, after the ceremony. bride 3 The practice of throwing the garter survived and became more focused. People not only subscribed to the superstition that whoever won the bride’s garter was lucky, but also that their good luck could be carried through. It was believed that a man who gave his beloved a bride’s garter would be guaranteed his loved one’s faithfulness. Some couples make use of tradition, using the bouquet toss as a way to acknowledge a special person. It can, for example, be a way to single-out an engaged friend or relative. A centerpiece may be substituted for the traditional bouquet toss. Whatever the form of presentation, it’s best to avoid a surprise and ask the recipient, in advance, for their okay. By clearing the concept, any embarrassment is avoided. Finally, old traditions are hard to break, but couples must be mindful that just because something has been around for a long time, doesn’t mean that fashioning new rituals isn’t perfectly acceptable and perhaps even preferable. There are no hard and fast rules about tossing the bouquet and the garter. With this custom, like many of the other aspects of a wedding celebration, should reflect the wishes, sensibilities and sensitivities of the couple and their guests.    

Newlyweds cancel wedding reception, feed the needy

A married couple has set the internet on fire

A beautiful Somali couple have stirred emotions online after their wedding photos emerged.

Somali couple

Liban and Aisha cancelled a lavish wedding party so as to feed starving Somali neighbours.

The couple identified as Liban and Aisha decided to cancel a planned lavish wedding party in favour of feeding starving neighbours affected by the drought.

 The couple used the money meant for their wedding party to buy food, water and medicine for the drought victims.

Somali couple

The couple used the money meant for their party to buy food, water and medicine for the drought victims.

The newly weds from Galkaacyo, Somalia have been praised online for their kindness.

Somali couple

The couple identified as Liban and Aisha decided to cancel a planned lavish wedding party in favour of feeding starving neighbours affected by the drought.

People on social media prayed for the couple to have a long life for their good deed, while others blessed their marriage.

  Below are some of the reactions.

Liiban & Aisha got married and donated their marriage expenses to the drought-effected people instead of throwing a lavish wedding.

@Daudoo so sweet l. Insha'allah they marriage will be blessed

Liiban & Aisha got married and donated their marriage expenses to the drought-effected people instead of throwing a lavish wedding.

Liiban & Aisha got married and donated their marriage expenses to the drought-effected people instead of throwing a lavish wedding.

@Daudoo Jehovah bless them for their kind heart

Malaysian lawmaker proposes 100 strokes of cane for out-of-wedlock pregnancies

Nik Mazian Nik Mohamad (PAS-Pasir Puteh), who noted that caning was not included for zina (illicit sex), said it should be implemented to protect “innocent babies” from unlawful unions.
“Does this mean that it is time for caning to be included under the proposed amendments to Act 355?” Nik Mazian was quoted as saying by The Star.
The lawmaker mooted the idea during question-and-answer session in Parliament on Wednesday, March 15th, regarding teen pregnancies. The parliamentarian was referring to his party president Abdul Hadi Awang’s Private Member’s Bill to amend the Syariah Courts (Criminal Jurisdiction) Act 1965 (Act 355). Meanwhile, Vice president Datin Paduka Chew Mei Fun said such punishment "is akin to forcibly inducing abortions" and added that PAS is ignoring the safety of the innocent foetus even before it is delivered. She was responding to a statement by Pasir Puteh MP Datuk Dr Nik Mazian Nik Mohamad who suggested that those who committed zina (illicit sex) be cane up to 100 lashes. Chew said it was cruel to overlook the reality that the illegitimate child would grow up being stigmatized, adding that men should bear the responsibility of committing illicit sex. She said besides caning, the proposed amendments to Act 355 (that seek to enhance the Syariah court punishments) also seeks for penalty increases of up to 30 years’ jail and a RM100,000 fine.
"These punishments are inhumane as the mother will have to spend most of her life in jail. Such heavy penalties will not deter pregnancies out-of-wedlock," said Chew.
She added that such penalties would encourage baby-dumping as most unwed mothers would use this way to avoid being caught and penalised.
"This will be a never-ending cycle of evil. Educating teenagers and young adults on abstinence before marriage is a better preventive measure for unplanned pregnancies," she said in a statement.
Chew said efforts by non-governmental organisations such as OrphanCare, where abandoned babies are quickly matched up with suitable parents, should be supported. Unwed mothers may be mostly young and come under pressure from social stigma, coupled with a sense of hopelessness after they gave birth and do not know who to turn to, she said.
"Therefore it is unrealistic for PAS to propose stiffer punishments. It is only appropriate to provide a humane solution to address the issue of baby dumping," she said.
Source: The Star

Man proposes to girlfriend with N45.2m STONE

The journery to marital union starts from the point when the man proposes to his partner. This is an amazing and exciting time in any relationship. But, when it comes time to think about wedding proposal ideas, you may feel a bit overwhelmed. Marriage proposal ideas come in all shapes and sizes. You may have heard stories of epic proposals from family members or friends, but you’ll want to keep yours special and unique in your own way. It is well known that some women prefer big rocks in their engagement rings, but this Chinese man has taken it to a whole new level and proposes to his girlfriend with a 33-tonne meteorite rock instead of a diamond ring. chin The man proposed using a huge meteorite The man, identified only as Liu, made the eye-catching proposal on March 14 in Urumqi, Xinjiang province, China, and his girlfriend said yes. According to local reports, Liu took his unidentified girlfriend on holiday in the past year during which they came across the meteorite. He reportedly asked if if she liked it and she said she did. china 2 The eye-catching proposal attracted onlookers Liu later contacted the owner of the meteorite in order to buy it. He eventually bought it for a reported price of one million Yuan, Ksh.14.8 million and when converted to naira, it's worth N45.2m. Liu's girlfriend told reporters that she was very happy with the gesture and said: "This way was very romantic. I have never seen such a large stone in my life." china 3 She said yes! The couple said they had been together for four years. So what do you fancy?

Whao! Twin sisters got married to twin brothers

Twin sisters Asyl and Aiym Binazarova from Kazakhstan have been inseparable since birth and even got married at the same time to two identical twin brothers.


Asyl and Aiym and their groom: Zholdasbek and Torebek Tolepbergenuly.

They got married to Zholdasbek and Torebek Tolepbergenuly two years ago. Zholdasbek married Aiym and now have a son, while Torebek married Asyl now have a daughter after both sisters got pregnant at the same time.


The sisters are both training to be teachers and their husbands are both trainee vets. On how they met, Zholdasbek said: "I asked if she had a sister, as I was with my brother, and was amazed when she told me that she had a twin. As we are both twins as well, we got to talking, and things went from there."


Both couples live together in a three-room flat but plan on building their own house.

Man who spent N45M on wedding hunted by police

    There is life after the wedding ceremony, this is when reality sets in . Before you jump and get married to anyone, always be careful and never be desperate. During courtship is when you take your time to know your partner before you make any marriage or wedding commitment. If ever a wedding stopped Kenyans in their tracks for its exclusivity and the amount of money spent, it had to be Jared Otieno’s to Kendi Mwiti. Jared Otieno and his wife, Kendi Mwiti on their wedding day. The flare, the flashy vehicles, the helicopters jostling for landing space, 45 million naira for a one day event, Kenyans could not stop talking about the wedding that took place in May 2015. That money was just for the wedding, the dowry ceremony was even more expensive than the N45M -it was placed at around 99 million naira. No one could stop talking about how flamboyant Luos are and how they spent huge sums of money as part of their daily lifestyle. Women envied and men wished. But nothing under the sun stays hidden. artiste Tens of posh vehicles and police outriders lined up to the home of Mwiti in Meru county as Otieno went to pay dowry to her parents. artit Turns out, Otieno is nothing but a con artiste who has swindled foreigners out of hundreds of millions in fake gold deals. Otieno assumed pseudo names like Smith Mackenzie and Smith Mackenzie Otieno, and was exposed for duping foreigners into buying gold from him and charging them for non-existent service transactions during their dealings. arrtiste He is suspected of being part of a Kenyan based international ring of fraudsters that offer gold to foreign buyers at heavily discounted buyers but ends up selling buyers air. Otieno and Mwiti married at the Windsor Golf Club in May 2015. She arrived in a horse drawn carriage with police outriders from her parents home in Runda. According to a Daily Nation expose on Sunday, February 26, they also shipped pieces of gold colored scrap metal to victims who prepay for the precious metal. Otieno was exposed for duping Christian Gallati, an Austrian national of 41.1 million naira and an extra 171 million naira, a Venezuelan national lost 510 million naira to him after promising to give him 5.1 billion naira from the sale of a prime plot in Kenya. Many other foreigners lined up with the same accusations against Otieno and his cronies. He has been hiding in plain sight after the foreigners and sources in the security sector claimed Otieno has been receiving police protection and the same cops have been frustrating investigations into the allegations. Personalities who attended the wedding included Amason Kingi, Jack Ranguma, Mutea Iringo, Citizen TV’s Swaleh Mdoe, comedian Jalang’o, Ambassador Chirau Ali Mwakwere and many others However, National Police spokesman George Kinoti said all allegations reported are investigated. “If any criminal ingredients is established, the matter will be presented in court in collaboration with the office of the Director of Public Prosecutions,” said Kinoti.