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What Men Really Desire in Relationships

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What Men Really Desire in Relationships

Not only men but, each and every person is deserving of love. Here are a few tips to keep your man happy. Going to Babalawo won’t keep him, but you can use juju on him. However, as long as you aren’t doing the necessary things, it’s the same as buying drugs and not taking them. While maintaining your relationship, you must;

  • Respect and love him
  • Encourage him
  • Motivate him
  • Support him.
  • Address him in jest
  • Be genuine
  • Comprehend him
  • Have faith in others and uphold your commitments.

Respect and love your man

Men deserve to be respected at all times, despite the difficulties and problems they face, because they deserve it. It doesn’t matter how little a man makes; he still needs respect. Love him as if your life depended on him and as if he were your only companion. Do not make up a relationship with him just to get what you want from him.

Be his ally and encounter him

Men are not independent, self-sufficient creatures or people. I think that even animals need assistance. That small piece of advice can go a long way since men require support just like babies do. We are in need, so please do what you can to help. A small act of kindness will go a lot further than you might imagine. When he is struggling, lift him up; do not let him pass away before offering assistance.

Defend your man

Be there for your man when everyone else is against him. Do not join the majority by leaving him alone; instead, remain by his side in both good and bad times. That will help, even after you have passed away.

Give him a pet name to call him

Do you believe that calling males by their pronouns offends them? No, males also adore pet names in the same way that you do. He feels loved and treated like a man when you use pet names on him.

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Remain Unique

When you pretend to be someone you’re not, men don’t enjoy it. No one, in general, wants a phoney life. No matter who you are or where you are from, being authentically yourself will increase your level of love and acceptance for him. He will turn away from you if you pretend to live a different life than you do.

Comprehend your man

The most important thing is to understand your man since that is the road to his heart. It is crucial to be aware of his requirements and desires. He knows when he is in a good mood when he is serious or making jokes, and when he says stop and to stop. Giving it to him when he needs it will keep him satisfied and close to you.

Trust him and be his loyal servant. Listen more than you talk

It’s crucial to believe your partner when he says something is what it is; do not misinterpret what he says; listen more; ask questions as needed, and be devoted to him. Do not be suspicious of or believe what others say about you.

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BBNaija: Level 1 housemates win week 2 wager challenge

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Level 1 housemates of the ongoing television reality show, Big Brother Naija, season 7, on Friday won the week two wager challenge.
Biggie, the coordinator of the show after announcing the winner gave each housemate in the level 1 house “1,500 pocket naira”, which would be used to purchase their needs in the house.
The winning housemates: Diana, Sheggs, Bella, Doyin, Adekunle, Chomzy, Deji, Giddyfia, Hermes, Dotun, Allyson, Eloswag and Chichi were also rewarded with a pool party, to hold Aug.11.
yantv.ng reports that housemates in the two level houses participated in the challenge which had them create and present a sport that could become a worldwide phenomenon.
The level 1 housemates created the “Bum Ball” sport while the level 2 housemates came up with “Card Shot” sport.
Earlier, Biggie cautioned Danielle and Khalid over microphone infringement while Amaka, Beauty and Cyph were advised to participate in the morning workout, adding that the exercise was compulsory for all housemates.
yanstv.ng reports that 26 housemates are currently bidding for the grand prize of N100 million.

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BBNaija: 5 Ways To Vote For Your Favourite Housemates Nominated For Eviction

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Info Digital Africa, the Public Relations consulting firm for the ongoing television reality show, Big Brother Naija, has revealed five ways to vote for housemates nominated for eviction during the show.

The firm said this in a statement made available to newsmen on Thursday in Lagos.

Amaka, Christy-O, Cyph, Khalid and Phyna are the first five housemates up for possible eviction.

Voting which had been opened on Monday at 9.00pm for viewers to save their favourites from eviction, will close on Thursday at 9.00pm.

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The statement said that the voting process could be done through: voting on the website, mobile site, use of the MyDStv app, voting on the MyGOtv app and play games for additional votes through MyDStv or MyGOtv App.

“To vote on the website, all you need to do is register with your name, surname, year of birth, gender, location, and cell phone number.

“The website will give you 100 votes per round, website voting is open to over 45 countries across Africa.

“Voting through the mobile site will allow you to receive 100 votes per voting round when you register, it is also open to voting across over 45 countries continent-wide.

“Using the MyDStv app method is only open to active DStv subscribers and requires you to download the MyDStv app.

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“You will then receive the total votes allotted to your subscription package,” it said.

The statement said that premium subscribers would receive 2,500 votes, while compact plus and compact customers would receive 1,500 and 750 votes respectively.

Also, confam/family subscribers would get 500 votes, and yanga/access subscribers would receive 200 votes, as voting through the DStv app is open to 31 countries across Africa.

“For voting on the MyGOtv app, only active GOtv subscribers can access this voting platform, where votes are allocated based on subscription packages.

“The app is available to BBNaija fans who wish to vote for their favourite housemates on android and IOS.

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“GOtv Supa subscribers will receive 500 votes for each voting round, while those with the GOtv Max package will receive 350 votes.

“GOtv Jolli/Plus with active subscriptions will have 200 votes, voting through MyGotv App is only available in Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Namibia, Uganda, and Zambia,” it said.

It said, for individuals who choose to vote through play games for additional votes through “the MyDStv or MyGOtv App”, the voting option was only available to active DStv subscribers with eligible packages.

“Check out how to get more votes by playing the games below: Download the MyDStv or MyGOtv App from the Google Play Store or the Apple App Store.

“Log in to the app by selecting your subscription country and using your surname, mobile number or smartcard/IUC number.

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“Once you have logged into your MyDStv or MyGOtv app account page, look for the “Explore More” button.

“Click on the “Play Now” option and follow the instructions to play the games, after playing each game, click “Vote Now” to convert your points to votes, or click on “More Games” to play more games.

“You can get up to 200 additional votes to save your favourite housemate,” it said. (NAN)

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Farm Cut Offers a Model for Growing Cannabis and Collaborating

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Farm Cut Offers a Model for Growing Cannabis and Collaborating

Collaboration instead of competition is uncommon and almost extinct in 2022, at the centre of late-stage capitalism. Farm Cut seeks to rectify that. While other businesses compete to have the best cannabis, the dankest ganja, the loudest buds, and to call anything else shwag, Farm Cut adopts a unique strategy by working together to cultivate the best.

Five family farms that makeup Farm Cut can be located in Northern California’s fertile and conducive to outdoor growing areas. It consists of Whitethorn Valley Farm, HappyDay Farms, Emerald Spirit Botanicals, Down Om Farms, and Briceland Forest Farm. Instead of growing cannabis under artificial settings, each cooperating farm concentrates on regenerative and organic processes. The farms also provide their neighbours with fresh products from the area, which fosters a sense of community and support.

Farm Cut is unique among its competitors because they don’t trim. You did read that correctly. The little sugar leaves that cover the buds are left in place by the farmers.

The thinking behind this audacious choice is explained by Daniel Stein of Briceland Forest Farm.

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He explained the method of removing the buds by running your fingers down the stems: “We actually don’t trim; Our process is that we buck it down off the stem after it’s fully dried.” After it has been bucked down, the cure takes place. When we are ready to package it, we remove any stems or larger leaves and simply brush it with gloves.

This technique produces a delicious and aromatic outdoor herb that has an added layer of weather resistance.

Depending on how it is stored, cannabis is susceptible to deterioration caused by elements like light and humidity. According to Stein, Farm Cut’s anti-trimming process keeps the plant’s terpenes and cannabinoids longer than trimming does. The small protecting leaves around the flower bud, known as the sugar leaves, are still present when the buds are presented by Farm Cut since that is how producers maintain them in their head stashes.

According to Stein, “We are trying to do this in the way that farmers preserve and keep their weed.” “When you trim it—I guess the best thing I can relate it to is, when you go to the grocery store, you wouldn’t buy a peeled banana or a peeled orange. It’s just ridiculous. They come with a natural, protective coat, and similar, that little bit of sugar leaf that’s on cannabis keeps it from hitting against other buds and moderates its moisture.”

Before rolling a joint, Stein advises cleaning the leaf matter off. After shaking the joint, throw the shake into an edible. It’s a win-win situation for everyone.

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In order to preserve the quality in regards to issues like moisture retention, Farm Cut only sells quarters and half-ounces rather than grams and eighths. They overfill the reusable jars with a little extra product to make up for the leaves that inevitability makes it into the bag in order to make sure that customers are still getting what they paid for. By doing it this way, you still get a ton of ganja deliciousness, and after the leaves are taken off, there is still a ton of product.

Farm Cut emphasizes more than just paying careful attention to prolonging the life of the flower by avoiding cutting. They also comprise a close-knit group of cannabis cultivators. The collective of farms can expand the variety of items they sell to merchants by cultivating several strains simultaneously on various farms because they all stand behind each other’s goods.

According to Stein, the camaraderie between farmers is really where this brand originated. “We’re all farms that share a lot of our ethos and how and why we grow. We’ve all either met each other as friends in life or through the cannabis industry, and we’ve all had these experiences of aligning with brands that don’t really represent us. They may help us sell flowers or whatever, but they don’t represent the morals, ethos, and quality of what we want to bring into the world.”

The farms that make up the neighbourhood of Farm Cut are all privately owned. Each one serves as a homestead for families with several generations and farm animals.

This group of farmers representing the same things coming together is quite special, according to Stein. “We have vegetables, too. We’re farmers, not growers. We don’t come from the indoor growing industry. We come from a relationship with plants to the earth and feel a responsibility to take care of the earth and our community. And part of that with the food is learning to connect to the land we live on in a way that creates something higher-quality than what would be grown on an industrial farm.”

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