#DearFutureWife Trending…

Whiles sited on the rear-seat of the rickety-newly-painted State Transport coach from Accra-to-Takoradi yesterday, I kept reading funny and silly tweets from around twitterdom on the...

Whiles sited on the rear-seat of the rickety-newly-painted State Transport [STC] coach from Accra-to-Takoradi yesterday, I kept reading funny and silly tweets from around twitterdom [twitter world] on the trending topics; #DearFutureWife & #DearFutureHusband.

#DearFutureWife Trend


In my opinion, I saw those trending topics as;

“Single men and women  expressing their unrealistic expectations to their future, imaginary mates.”

I decided to participate in the fun, though silly as someone tweeted in response. I’ve set a few expectations for a “future wife” and I felt it’s very necessary she and all prospectives know about them a few years in advance. Somebody may ask; “What if she’s not on twitter?”
Well, I’m not cyber dating/hunting for a prospective wife but when the need be, why not?
One of my tweets reads;

#dearfuturewife ; Sincerely tweeting, dont worry about changing; For I loved u the very moment I saw you. Have I found one yet? #Justsaying

I found it very challenging when people started tweeting about useless stuffs but I still kept mine on a positive note. I felt like tweeting about my desire for Smirnoff Lemon Vodka;

#DearFutureWife : Don’t complain when I’m sitting all by myself w/ a full bottle of #Smirnoff Lemon Vodka pondering over an action!

Before this post, I read from Divine Expression’s blog about how disheartened she’s about marriage and couldn’t work up the effort to truly participate in the trend.
I decided to call it a day by tweeting my last #dearfuturewife tweet;

Last #dearfuturewife tweet : I will be sure to support anything you want to do but don’t EVER piss on my dream. Got, that 🙂

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