"I love you" is not a proposal......
"I have fallen in love with you" is not a proposal....
"I want to come into your heart" is not a proposal....
"I want you to give me a chance" is not a proposal....
"Let's get to know each other" is also not a relationship proposal.
Don't just say these words and then start assuming positions of relevance and priority in people's lives.
Again, proposing to someone does not automatically make you a person of priority suddenly.
Now let's analyze these;
1. Kofi tells Ama
Kofi: Ama, I love you/ I have fallen in love with you.
The definite response to this statement is;
Ama: So what should I do?
Here, Ama is not being cheeky. She is only asking a legitimate question because what you said was a mere statement. Besides, anyone can love Ama.
These are some of the things some of you do and you think the ladies are being rude.
2. Kofi: Ama, please give me a chance./ Ama, I want to come into your heart.
If I am Ama, my response will be,
Ama: To do what?
We beg you, sometimes you ought to go straight to the point and stop all these beating about the bush. It's not as if ladies are rude, learn how to communicate clearly. Do not expect the lady to understand simply because it is a man talking to her. We cannot think for you.
When proposing, you must state what you want....
"I love you and I want you to be my girlfriend, my beloved..."
"I love you and I want us to get to know each other better by commiting to a relationship which may lead to marriage"
It may not be in the same words but there must be a "question" or an intent communicated to which the other party must provide a response.
Get your Communication game on. Stop the ambiguity and hiding behind shyness and inability to clearly express yourself. Nobody likes rejection, but we learn to embrace it.
Be a Gentleman ❣️
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