Have you fallen a victim of detoothing? Lucky you, most of us have burst out loud “I’ve been detoothed” yet in most cases we see it coming.As you celebrate valentines,not everyone who says “I love you” means it. Beware of detoothers before you buy that expensive gift.
Detoothing is a slogan used to mean, corning money, property out from someone, but in a polite way.
Professional detoothers continue thriving while their preys stagger in loss. Here is how to know she/he is a not real but just taking you for a ride.
Be a scanner not a specialist; Scanners don’t settle with a particular person that easily. Dating many, will help you judge and explore their behavior hence making the rightful choice.
Apply Murphy’s Law; Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong or better still. Have the ability to adapt, improvise and arrive at solutions in the shortest time possible. The moment you realize they are more interested in your wallet that you, let them hit the road.
Do not give a hoot; Frankly, honestly, seriously do not try to please anyone, you may end up pleasing none. Give a little, as you get to know them better. If they are true, they will stay but if it was all about money, they will look for their exit.
Minimize the flow of your relationship; know when to give what. Don’t fall for all the flimsy excuses to drain money out of you. These issues of needing hair do’s every after 2 days shouldn’t ruin you.
Provide according to your intentions; Spending a fortune on a one night stand. If it’s your fiancée, spend but again with limits.
Read between lines; A word to a wise is enough.Analyse your conversations. If she/he is the type who brags about posh places, dresses or answers their call with, “where is that airtime card”, then there is a problem.
Stingy signs; Does he/she demand for gifts without offering any? They either love you for what you give or are not sure about their feelings.
Cut your coat according to your cloth; Find a person with in a similar financial range. As for age, get a person who is slightly older or younger. Never expect miracles, because of the dimes.