Being a female with big goals, insane work ethic and rising success, I can speak from my experience. Most ‘typical’ guys are. The ones that work a typical job and feel the need to provide for their family. Men are usually intimidated by women who are successful, owns their own homes aa well as owning their own cars.
We have seen how hard it is for men to approach successful women, most of these women are most popularly known for undermining their partners, especially when they earn more than they do. A man recently shared on social media that: "These ones show up unannounced in the middle of the night 🚩🚩🚩😂".
One of the people who saw the post and shared some comments, also mentioned that: "Yesterday I went home Malamulele, she asked where I was, I sent location and today around 13:30 she arrived, they are just too much". What are your thoughts on these type of ladies? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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