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March 06, 2013

NONSENSE AND KONKOBILITY


How can a married man say he feels depressed every time after “doing the do” with his madam?
How can Oga and Madam live in the same house and avoid “doing the do”?
For how long can they keep up with this charade?

Oga:
Ever since we have been married, I am the one that always makes the first move; I would appreciate it if she makes an attempt to make the first move

Madam:
He falls asleep after the “do” and I wouldn’t mind us cuddling up and whispering sweet nothings after the “do”. He makes doing the “do” feel like he’s performing a task
Oga:
I have told her at the beginning of this year that I can’t keep up with this depressed feeling, so I would rather “hold body” than have to fall into depression after the “do”. I can’t help the fact that I fall asleep after the “do”…it’s a sedative for me
Madam:
I don’t know….I don’t know how to make any first move jare….after all I try to respond when he begins to signal….he cant keep up after Act 1, scene 1 jare
Oga:
The “do” isn’t the only reason for marriage…its been 64 days in 2013 now and so far we haven’t done the “do”. I never die and I am not bothered, after all, it’s not food and I have gone for longer days without the “do” before….

On a serious note, how in the world can a marriage degenerate into a situation where a married man in his late thirties avoids “doing the do” with his madam and she’s not worried…as in, she’s not trying to find out if he’s still getting it up in that department and if he is, where is he “dunking his balls”.
Oga and Madam, both christains have been married for ten years and have three kids….. this is serious wonderment……

Tufiakwa, God please, let this not be my portion in Jesus name…i love doing the "do" and Hubby sure knows how to bring heaven down... :)

36 comments:

  1. I love your real-ness and honesty...some women will now start saying that their husbands are cheating, not that I am saying that if the man doesn't get what he wants from his wife, he should cheat. But any wife that is able and not suffering from any kind of medical condition and wants to hold on to that title called "wife" should do her duties. People take a lot of things for granted. At least do your part and leave the rest to God

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    1. My dear, I just can't believe any woman will feel comfortable in this kind of situation. She seems not to be bothered at all

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  2. Lol...I no fit o. The couple obviously needs sex counseling.

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    1. Serious sex counseling oh, that's what I told them

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  3. Myne spoke my mind. they both need sex counseling or, the man is probably being satisfied somewhere else.
    LOl @ hubby's comment. I trust you doing well dear, blessings!

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    1. My thoughts too...what if he's getting it somewhere else or masturbating?

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  4. I trust you and hubby lol. Their situation is worrisome sha. They're not even bothered

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    1. My dear, their level of "non-botherism" is on another level.

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    2. I concur with Toin... as in u n hubby no long tine shey.. lol.

      I am sure they will get it back with time... wherever they have lost it.. Maybe sex counselling will help or just pure openness and adventure. x

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  5. This is hilarious. lol at "where is he “dunking his balls”. Some men would prefer that their wives make the move sometimes so as to prove getting the "do" is not a parasitic relationship. It may not come naturally to her, but she can learn it naw,and try to initiate it sometimes as that may be the "high" that her hubby requires. Their level of "non-botherism" is actually worrisome. Na play play dey turn to hit and go. @ Sykik, please advise them to go for counselling. NIKE....Just do it!

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    1. My dear, how I want take put mouth for this kain matter...I need to thread carefully

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  6. This one done pass be careful...why would madam be okay with this kin arrangement...may God help them sha.

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    1. I think the matter is more than the part I heard sef...because I can't just believe that they are not bothered

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  7. The man's depression after do problem may need medical help.

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  8. When I am married, I don't think I will do without the 'do'. In fact, before the marriage sef, I for don tell the madam that before she says 'Yes, I do', she'd be notified that I will be doing the 'do' anywhere anytime.
    Seriously, I think the man is getting the satisfaction elsewhere and the madam had better be careful o. Uphm...

    josephomotayo.blogspot.com/2013/03/saraba-13-africa-issue.html?m=1

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    1. Lol...am sure your future madam sef will be ever ready for you.

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  9. This is a serious one Sykik. I agree with the others, they need sex counseling else, that marriage is on its way to collapsing. It is a bit challenging seeing as they are both nonchalant about the situation. There is more to it than meets the eye o. Doing the do is not all what a marriage is about, but it is a very important fringe benefit of marriage, and they are seriously missing out oh. Hmmmmmmmm.

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    1. think the society doesn't encourage couples to talk about their issues , talkless of going to counsellors.

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  10. Sykik, 'doing the do'........nice. I completely agree with others on this. I think counseling will be in line here. Who knows, Oga might just be hiding a serious 'doing' instrument malfunction. By the way, who said 10years is enough prove that Oga knows how to use his equipment well.

    I am just saying. I might just be wrong

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    1. It's true oh.....never thought of the possibility of a "doing" malfunction

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  11. Let us keep them in our prayers and hope they get counsel.

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  12. lol they need help o! This is serious something.

    In fact, they need a holiday away, just the two of them, in the middle of no where.. no form of communication or entertainment. Nothing but their two starved bodies!

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  13. Lol....am telling you. If only they can seek for help. I used style to tell the Oga to seek counseling but he says there's nothing wrong .

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  14. ahahahahaaaaa.....love your humour.
    64days ke?...nah wetinnnnnnn?
    madam need to ask where he is dunking the balls abegy!
    make she sef try to harass am small...there are different ways to hint oga nah!....

    On a serious note, they need to find a solution before it disintegrate to a serious problem in future, because 10years is still early oo.
    Thanks for checking in on me.

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    1. I can't cry more than the bereaved my dear. The husband is maintaining that nothing is wrong with the present "arrangement".

      Welcome back to blogville..don't do AWOL again oh.

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  15. I think maybe the man is doing the do with someone else abi what kinda situation is this biko?


    Anyway i have nominated you for an award on my blog ooo

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    1. Thanks for the award.

      I can't but marvel at this story anytime I remember

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  16. Honestly though, both parties need to meet each other half way.

    Starting with madam learning a few moves abeg. She needs to learn how to make the first move once in a while, let hubby feel desired too na.

    Hubby sef shud drop his nonchalance and spring out some romantic moves then let madam know that he needs to know she wants him too, and its not just a one way thing.

    At least take a step...not trying at all isn't healthy for their relationship.

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    1. They both need to be selfless .....nothing wrong in trying to make your spouse happy as long as its not detrimental to your health

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  17. I just got sadder with each line I read cos I know this is not a joke and many couples are going through this in one form or another. The only diff here is that they both don't seem to realise that THEY 'are' their own answer.

    I know some might tag me over spiri but I have coached myself out of this place by learning to look at 'discussing' as another form of worship to my Maker. It really helps and judging by 'the heaven it brings down' as you said *smiling* God really knew what he was doing and wants his children to truly enjoy the 'do'.

    The truth is unlike what it seems more women are in this space than we think. Don't ask me why? All I do know though is that NOTHING is impossible for God. He can help this couple, Christian couple get their groove back'. The first step is to pray about it. I know some will roll their eyes as they read this. I believe in counselling (I counsel myself) and I believe in using 'external' enhancers BUT from experience, if the root cause of this is not dealt with, the issues will rear their ugly heads again. God is the best Sexpert I know and with him, no one has to feel 'shy'. I pray for this couple. I really do.


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    1. If our religious centers can put into the weekly sermons, helping homes navigate the daily challenges faced in marriages by pointing out the God factor . I haven't heard a message about marriage and sex from my church before oh...it's almost like say na taboo to utter the word from the alter sef

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    2. Some do and they even organise couples retreats for couples where these kinds of things are discussed from a biblical point of view. Not sure that the real ijinle issues can be built into sermons that can be delivered in church where not everyone is married. I have heard a few wonderful sermons that sort of touched on this at weddings too........but by and large, you are right, not enough is said. Just like not much is said about holiness anymore. But that is another matter........

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    3. I ask God everyday for grace not to take for granted those things that seem to come easy.

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  18. hehehhehehehe After Act 1 Scene 1.. godamnit! Sykik is funny Af.. hehehehehehehhe Oya I'm out.. #BecauseWeMissSykik

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