Eventually, every man's life comes to a point where he must make certain concessions in order for life to continue to flow as smoothly as possible.
A man who attempted to produce a child with his wife was forced to improvise due to circumstances beyond his control. He went up to his next-door neighbor and begged him for the most outrageous request possible.
Although the neighbor made 72 tries, he did not appear to be successful in meeting the man's needs.
He has then decided to take the case to court in order to bring the problem to a conclusion. A lawsuit against his next-door neighbor claims that he had an affair with his wife and failed to become pregnant with her as a result of it.
In response to the post, many Kenyans expressed their dissatisfaction, arguing that the man should have given his neighbour at least a year's notice.
A number of people have speculated that the man was simply enjoying himself with the woman, entirely forgetting that he had a responsibility to fulfill.
This is a rather odd incident, to say the least. What in the world has happened to this planet these days?
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