This money is actually known as Bae Allowance, the money a guy gives his girlfriend at the end of each month for her random needs. Bae allowance may not be wrong but it should never be a relationship benchmark for anyone. A lot of women expect to receive money from their partners every once in a while but some are even overdoing it.
Healthy relationships are those were by both partners go 50/50 but sometimes the logic won't work as the other partner may not be able to go 50/50. Most women take advantage of their partners as they are always demanding money from them. A young lady recently took to social media to share a picture of herself standing next to her empty fridge, as she captioned her post: "when my boyfriend asks for pictures".
One of the people who commented on her post mentioned that instead of sending the picture to her boyfriend, she should send it to her parents as relationships are not for filling fridges. What do you think of what this young lady did? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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