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Chop an Angolan guyÔÇÖs money

Thu, 20 November 2014 02:12
by Chris-Paul
Metro

I have always told my sisters that if a guy looks like the only thing he is going to bring to the table is his appetite, cancel that fool! Because life is not about who helped you score, but who helped you make the team!
 Today I would like to school you on how to chop some of that Angolan money. Most Angolan guys in Namibia love to show off that they have money.
Start by being friendly, because most of them mistake a girl’s politeness with being fancied.  The type of Angolans I’m talking about love to party, so when you embark on the conversation of being acquainted, tell him about your love for the social life.
He will soon ask you to go out with him, so be ready to have a great big smile on your face as you tell him you would love to go. The conversation will not end without the guy asking for your number, so gladly give it to him.
Let them foot the bill and enjoy being pampered. All you have to do is act nicely and share conversation. Sometimes talking about money when you go out will ruin the time, so find a nice topic to discuss.  Walk around and window shop at each store. Be excited when you find something you like. Tell them sadly that you wish you could afford to buy it. Sigh and start walking away. They may offer to buy it for you, but do not say ‘yes’ immediately. Tell them ‘I could not let you do that’. When they insist, give in and allow them to purchase it.
The next time the go shopping, look at even more expensive items. This time you won’t need to remark about them. Just look! Soon you’ll understand that all they want to do is take care of you. Learn to appreciate this as a sign that they care about you and want to make you happy.
If you are seeking someone to provide for you while in varsity, you will need to find someone who enjoys providing. Show the person how much you appreciate their abilities and their gifts. But be very careful because the kind of Angolan guys that I’m talking about love sex so always tease them and leave them dry.  Remember to never fall in love because these guys just use Namibian girls for sex.
If he realizes that you will never give it to him, you will notice that they will become withdrawn, at which point you move on to the next victim.