Kumasi: Marriage of 10 years on skirt of separation over spouse's constant flatulence
By Eaglespeed | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 510 views
A couple who have been hitched for a very long time are thinking about separation.
The explanation is that the spouse's exorbitant flatulating has become a concern to the husband.
The man with his significant other who showed up on Kumasi-based Nhyira FM's Obra show shown that said he had before cautioned his better half to stop the over the top tooting as they moved to their new home.
In any case, the spouse whose name is given as Vida appears to have paid the hard of hearing ear to his admonitions and have proceeded to pass gas even in their new loft.
There have been a few contentions because of this since the two of them appear to
The man said his better half has been taking care of him vaporous nourishments and that has now likewise made him begin to flatulate.
"She disclosed to me that she's been hitched for a very long time before our marriage yet has never heard or seen her ex fart yet the issue is that she serves my food late in the evening, at times around 7:30 pm."
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