What is this World really turning into? See how teenage boy marks his ex girlfriend birthday
Gone are the days when relationship is exclusively reserved for the matured minds who are of age and willing to settle down in no distance time.
In the pasts, hardly would you see teenagers talking about love, but it appears that era has past, and we are into a millennium where young boys and girls are confidently displaying their partners on social media for any one that cares to see.
Recently, a young Facebook user shared his experience with his then girlfriend who they later parted ways.
He took to his page to mark her birthday while trying to proof a point that they can still be friends despite the breakup.
He went on to say that he is done trusting ladies.
The teen boy posted in parts "Happy birthday Nikki Nancy Ordugo though I miss the time we spent together but I've learnt that it was just a waste of time"
of course his comments generated a lot reactions as many people wondered what little kids are doing with love when they are supposed to be in school at that age.
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