Let me tell you what certain aphrodisiacs can do for a woman. A woman was asking her husband for money to buy a House of Marie latest design and he was dilly-dallying. “I don’t have cash now,’ he would prevaricate. “Government is holding my contract money,” he would tell her tomorrow. The woman, tired of her man’s suspicious excuses went to her friend and bought odi’uto, a female version of burantashi, and used it. That night, their bed hear wiin.
In the middle of the show, the husband jumped up, sweat pouring from his pores, and looked at his wife in wonderment. He then stomped to the wardrobe, unlocked his briefcase, packed bundles of money and came back and slapped the money on top of the wife’s Rivers of Joy. “Go and buy anything you want.” Then he dived in for more. Na there stinginess end
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