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A mail from Maryjane Blogazine reader!



Hi Maryjane,

My boyfriend has never asked me how I get the money I spend, He has never asked me how I get my expensive things, and he has never asked me what I do for a living; Instead he joins me to spend my money. He borrows a lot of money from me, and he never pays me back. What do you think?

My Reply- He is a fake lover and a golddigger. He doesn't love you, If he doesn't care to know if you sleep with other men to make the money; all he cares about is the money. I think he is a gigolo for spending your money instead of giving to you, And I think he is a thief for not returning the money he borrowed from you. Be wise and say goodbye to him now before he ruin your life in future.

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