MAISH: 5 signs she is ratchet and toxic

MAISH: 5 signs she is ratchet and toxic

Are you a young man with decent education, an enviable income and good genes? Have you identified a lady you would like to settle down with?

Well just before you put a ring on it, take a step back, and momentarily forget how you feel about her.

Is she really the kind of person you would like to spend the rest of your life with?

Women are gifted schemers. Once a lady identifies you as a potential hubby, she will go to any length to fit into your description of Miss Right.

The following are 5 signs she is too ratchet and toxic for you.

1) Party girl Grace

Due to increasing empowerment of women and call for equality, men have come to grudgingly accept that women too can drink and smoke.

A woman who takes wine is classy but one who drinks her whiskey neat is without doubt toxic. How can she hold down a house when she is downing such potent stuff a double at a time?

Ladies who smoke Sheesha are thought to be urbane, weed as experimental but one who smokes cigarettes worst of all in public is ratchet! To hide this from you she will disappear frequently for a puff then chew lots mints to hide the odour.

If your woman’s primary leisurely activity involves copious amounts of alcohol and other inebriating substances, run from them one and never look back!

2) Endlessly lying Eva

Everything about her is spurious. She lies about her name, place of residence, what she does or deliberately omits details about her life like that she has 2 year old kid living with her mother.

You can also identify her miles away from her phony accent. She will always be hiding something which makes her the least desirable candidate for a long-term relationship.

If your woman always gets defensive when you ask her even the most innocent of questions about her life, beware. Chances are she is jittery because she is trying to hide something from you.

3) Sexually manipulative Sarah

We all know the type-the woman who does not hesitate to manipulate men sexually to get what she wants. This woman knows that she is attractive, and she doesn’t mind using her feminine charms to attain her goals.

If a tighter skirt, shorter hemline or a plunging neckline will get her the deal, she will readily flaunt her goodies to the business meeting.

Often some sappy guy makes it his life mission to transform her into a conservative ‘mke nyumbani’. A fool’s errand! Such hardly change unless you believe in pastor Kanyari’s miracles.

Chances are you are just another pawn in her game, bewitched by her voluptuous curves

4) Pay my bills Pauline

Let’s agree-it is a man’s responsibility to take good care of his wife and kids. The same does not hold true for the random girl you met at the club on Friday night.

If you just started dating a girl and she expects you to foot her salon bill, clear her overdue rent and buy her a car-steer clear.

She is a tick with Champagne tastes on a beer budget, and she could care less how you foot her five figure bar bill. Tying a knot with this kind is like ripping a permanent hole in your pocket.

She will drain all you have accumulated since she is much more interested in squandering than helping you create more wealth.

5) Too good for you Tina

This woman believes that she is better than everyone else, and she she constantly denigrates the people around her to prove her point.

“Just see how that lady is so huge yet she is still eats ice cream,” she sneers.

When it comes to fashion she will point out mistakes in stranger’s attire and call quite a number of people ugly.

Even when it comes for friends, she always had reasons why each of her friends is really ‘not all that’.

Despite how beautiful she is, stay away from this woman. She will fill your life with negativity, coloring all people around you with her dark condescension.

What are some of the experiences you’ve had with ratchet & toxic women?

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