11 Ways To Collect The Position Of Head From Your Husband

March 21, 2021

A lot of men are often invested in the idea of being the ‘Head of the House’. They treat it like it’s a do-or-die affair. And this is why you must collect that position from them.

How do you do that? We have ideas!

1. Start wearing trousers.

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He is wearing trousers, you are wearing trousers. What is the difference between both of you? NOTHING.

2. During sex, stay on top.

The moment you flip him over like pancake and climb on top of him, power has changed hands.

3. Eat the head of the fish in the soup and give him the tail.

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That thing is symbolic if you don’t know. Eat the fish head consecutively for one week and see if you won’t feel a change in your energy. I doubt if the man will even allow it sef. He knows what he’s losing each time you eat a fish head.

4. Serve yourself before you serve him.

It shows you are putting yourself first. Isn’t that what some Nigerian men when they say they are the head of the family?

5. Barb low cut.

Now, you both have the same head. He’ll have no other choice but to come to you as a fellow man.

6. Absolutely refuse to kneel down and greet him.

Kneel wetin? Greet who? You are a head plis. Head no dey kneel for another head. If he cannot collect standing greeting, let him greet himself.

7. If he says he needs money, give him.

The moment you give him, he has relinquished the position of the head, biko. Man that is collecting money from his wife, is that one head?

8. Eat and leave the plate on the table for him to carry.

The moment he carries that plate like this, he ceases to become head.

9. Buy clothes for him.

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Man that you are buying clothes for, can he open mouth to say he is the head? Position that you have collected from him with material things.

10. When you are going out, ask him to sit in the passenger seat while you drive.

It means you have taken 100% control of the family, as per head that you are.

11. Every time you go out, make sure you come back home with bread.

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That way, everyone can see that you are the breadwinner.


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