This is not a joking sturv.
Someone is asking for your advice. He told NGTrends;
I am 32 years old and my girlfriend is 31 years old. We’ve been together for 5 years and now live together in a nice house.
Things have been slowly fizzling out and I’ve been feeling like we don’t belong together for a few months now. I feel like if I don’t make a decision soon we will be married and I will feel this way forever.
But on the other hand, getting a kidney transplant has changed my life for the better in so many ways. I feel like staying together is the right thing to do even if I’m not in love anymore. I’ll never be able to pay her back.
I’m so torn and conflicted and feel like I have to make an impossible choice.
If I stay with her, I’ll always feel trapped and in a loveless relationship. If I break up with her, I’ll forever feel like an evil person for dumping someone who literally put their life on the line for me.
He probably wasn’t ready for what Twitter had to say.
First, we need to understand that kidney is not a small thing.
Na kidney una dey call "gift". Is it ankara? Or microwave
— Jola (@Jollz) May 12, 2016
And that love and NGO are not the same thing.
*after she gives me her kidney and I fall out of love*
Me: Babe, I'm so sorry…
— Ikenna (@DwinTheStoic) May 12, 2016
Dude, drop that kidney.
Lmaoo I don't even mind collecting it back and selling it. Just give me my kidney oga
— Bella Hadidn’t. (@Sugaarrbaby) May 12, 2016
Because Suya is worth more than your life dude.
Better to collect the kidney back and use it to do Suya.
— Fọlá (@folazen) May 12, 2016
Someone entered the Nigerian Mum mode.
You don't know if you mom or siblings might need a kidney later.
You went to give boyfriend.
— Chief. (@BadmanSophss) May 12, 2016
The Twitter minority said.
As long as there wasn't a condition attached to giving the kidney… Why is it a big deal?.
— Staying jiggy since… (@Mamcesc) May 12, 2016
The rest of Twitter…
Kidney not 5k or 10k o , NO
— ye (@yewnde) May 12, 2016
So what would you do?[poll id=”27″]