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    You Don’t Need To Look For A Perfect Partner Before You Marry

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    Potential couples have been advised on what they have to do before they start the journey of marriage.

    This came from the camp of Reno Omokri while releasing one of his popular nuggets dubbed ‘renosnuggets’. It focused on singles who are trying to narrow down their list of many options of suitors to perfect ones before they go ahead to say their marriage vows.

    Well, Reno, while using tomato and pepper as two cooking ingredients that are not very nice individually however their combination gives a delicious taste, he stated that yet to be married people don’t need perfect people before they marry.

    He believes people who are ‘perfect’ do not exist but rather it takes two imperfect people to agree on the perfection of each other.

    Reno address singles in a brief note via the bird app;

    Dear singles, Tomato is sour and pepper is hot, but combine them and you get delicious stew. You dont need to look for a perfect partner before you marry. Such a person does not exist. Rather, perfection comes when two imperfect people accept each other perfectly


    A Twitter user called Greatness wrote; Someone that will add values to your life is very crucial, because when tomato and pepper comes together, they don’t just comes together… they added values to themselves. No hurry, values is crucial…

    Akinderee had this to say:

    Admitted that there is no perfect partner, we manage each other. But, what is more important is the readiness of the partner to change/amend. A sour tomato is a spoiling one (imo), hence, check the degree of sourness ‘bcos, a dry fish doesn’t bend! If forced, it breaks.

    Daniel Iorzer commented; Uncle Reno! i partially agree with you on this one. Tomatoes and Pepper will never be tasty and have a sweet smelling aroma without the presence of the seasonings, onions, oil and the likes. so also it is to an imperfect relationship without patience, endurance and understanding.


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