7 Ways To Consensually Join Other People’s Relationships

August 26, 2021

Joining loving and functioning relationships takes the burden off you to build one by yourself. Here are a few ways to consensually join other people’s loving and functioning relationships.

1. Become besties with one of them.

Emphasis on besties and nothing more. The aim of becoming besties with one of them is so your name can come up in conversations a lot of times. That way, your name gets stuck in the consciousness of the other partner. Step 1 – done and dusted.

2. Make a playlist for your bestie.

Make sure your playlist taps enough for them to share it with their partner (your future second lover). Music apps always come through when making a playlist, all you need to do is start with one solid song.

3. Buy some food for the male lover.

Everyone knows that Nigerian men love food more than anything else in this life. Make sure you buy the food for him. Do not cook for any grown man so he won’t expect you to do the same when you eventually join their relationship.

4. Never come off too strong.

You are trying to consensually join their relationship not appear like a desperado. Enjoy being friends with them, take it as the talking stage. Do not do more than yourself.

5. Go to a fortuneteller’s place.

Yes, fortune-teller, not babalawo. We are recommending a fortune-teller and not a babalawo so you won’t get carried away and ask the babalawo for jazz. Whatever the fortune teller says is what you should listen to.

6. Pray about it.

You can pray to whatever god you believe in. Making space for yourself in other people’s relationships require forces more than yourself. The only time joining other’s people’s relationships doesn’t require work is when a Nigerian man adds you to his marriage without letting his wife know.

7. Tell them that you want to be part of their relationship.

Summon courage and audacity from 20 Nigerian men, that should be enough to help you through this stage. Let them know the advantage of you joining their relationship. You guys won’t be the first throuple and won’t be the last either.

Please note: If you take our advice, whatever your eyes see, just take it like that. Let it not be like we didn’t warn you.

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