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  1. For peace sake you should tell after you take
    Then again it depends on how close y'all are

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  2. No, it's not.
    1. Taking without permission is stealing. And yes, you can steal from your hubby.
    2. You never know what the cash is/was actually meant for. Especially in this our 'cashless' economy.
    3. Even if you have to, do tell him afterwards.

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  3. No oh. Thats stealing. If you husband is stingy, get creative with the truth. But no stealing please.

    www.pynk360.com

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    1. It's definitely not stealing!!

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    2. being creative with the truth sounds like lying, or not?

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    3. Ehm it is. Ask first.you dont know what plans the person has made for their money. While marriage is a vow to share it should bot be abused. There is no reason to take anything from someone without permission. What if its the person's last cash and your taking it will leave them stranded? Mbanu ask first Biko.

      About being creative i mean well. Some men will not give you money when you are 100% truthful. Whoever is married to such must know how to go about getting it out of that man.

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    4. " Person's" we are not talking of persons we r talking about ur other half, so u will obviously know the plans for that cash and if u don't then it's not ur fault. Me I don't understand sha. This is not "Person's ' it's my husband.

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  4. It's all circumstantial naw... you will "fest" look and see what kinda relationship you guys have. if you usually do stuff like that, no biggie. also depends - is it an urgent case, as in if you dont take that money, the roof is literally going to fall. it also depends if you tell him afterwards "Oh honey, by the way, I took N500 from your wallet". It all depends. We can't say "Yes, it's OK', and then a wife will read it on here, and next thing, she's answering questions at village meeting because her husband is calling her a thief.

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  5. No, unless that's a previous arrangement.

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  6. Hiya mami....The answer is YES!!! I mean the question reads, 'Is it okay for WIVES to take money from their husbands' wallet without their permission?...It did not not say 'is it okay for side chicks/whores/girlfriends/FWB/friends/crazies'....it said 'WIFE!'.....I understand that one could throw words like 'Stealing, Respect...blah blah blah' around, all in all, she's his wife and NOTHING can trump that.

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  7. No its not okay that is stealing.

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    1. How can u steal from ur self when his money Is ur money. It's funny to me because I won't even think before taking it.

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    2. Biko Tolu tell them oo! In marriage, the husband's money belongs to wifey and vice versa. comments here are really funny. It's only courteous to let him know later. Period!!

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    3. As in eh I fear lol how can that be stealing...u r right if u let him know u r just being courteous!

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    4. But Tolu why won't you just ask for the money.

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    5. Why should I ask for my money??? I'll take it and tell him or not tell him, if it's not there he can ask. I seriously don't see this as an issue. I asked hubby and he found it funny why I would need to ask. Every marriage is different sha.

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    6. No need to argue more Tolu.."every marriage is different" like u rightly said. The sooner a couple realises that they are "One", the better for their marriage. The word "MINE" automatically becomes "OURS" in marriage. Two shall become One.

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    7. I don't know, maybe my perception will change after I get married.

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  8. Yes it's very ok. Because what ever money is in that wallet belongs to me too...Can u steal from ur self. I won't even think about it twice before taking it and he can be informed later.

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    1. Hope you would also like it when he takes your money too... Very important!

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    2. Uyi ure right..I believe that won't be a problem for one who has the right marriage mentality of "my thing" becoming "our thing/money"..or whatever the case,.

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  9. It's Not okay if The Hubby & The Wife didn't agree in the past...

    But if it's a joint agreement, why not? Hubby can also take cash from Madam's purse...

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    1. Exactly only if its a joint agreement

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  10. I think its not right but telling after you take kinda makes it ok and the purpose of taking too..

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  11. I know this is kinda off topic but is there anything like First time commenter cus I think I'm the newest TTB commenter maybe among the first readers...
    I just want to say T you inspire me in many ways than one and can I call you Auntie T(shines teeth)....
    I also want to appreciate everyone on this blog never met a family tho not related by blood buh very close knit you guys rock....
    I learn a new thing everyday on this blog Thanks to Memphis, Uyi,Kabouy,Sunshine,Tolulope, Ruthy, Enjay, Blink, Ms pynk and to all I cannot remember. God bless you all real big..
    Sorry for the long epistle...

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    1. Aww u r welcome Mz Gee! Please make uself at home lol

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    2. Hiya Mz Gee! You're welcome on here :D

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    3. @ Tolulope you didn't see me dragging my bags in..I already did o!!
      @ cccc Thanks Babes

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    4. Welcome, dearie! We are pleased to have you here. Don't go away, plus ditch the auntie ooo, I'm sure Thelma just likes being Thelma. :)

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    5. Welcome. Hope you enjoy it here.

      www.pynk360.com

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    6. Hiya Mz Gee. Lmao @ auntie. You're so welcome to the family. Xoxo

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    7. Welcome Mz Gee :D, i don't know about marriage but I really HATE when someone takes something from me without asking thus I can't do it, so I will ask 1st, but might not wait for a response ;) I am trying to change though, give me grace Lord.

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    8. @EnjayI won't run and I'll ditch the auntie even tho I am almost certain I am the youngest on this blog which reminds me
      Happy Belated Birthday To my awesome birthday mates Memphis and cccc... Many more flourishing years....
      Thanks T
      Thanks miss pynk and Chioma......

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    9. Lool @ dragging your bags!

      Welcome aboard Mz Gee... :*

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    10. Hahahahaha @dragging your bags, lol.

      Welcome to Thelma thinks, in fact I like you already.

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    11. Welcome Mz Gee... You suppose pay
      Deve- oh. But no worries, we love you anyways. Lolz

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    12. Welcome to the family Mz Gee. God bless you too

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    13. Welcome onboard Mz Gee. Though 'm a lil jealous i didnt get all this welcome maybe cos i dont comment often but i still love it here its d realest blog and filled with great people and matured minds.

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  12. it's done in proper marriages it's just to let hubby know afterwards, provided you don't make it a habit and the money is not always spent extravagantly.

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  13. Yes, it's OK to take your husband's money without permission. As long as you tell him as soon as you do and you know the money in the wallet, isn't on a strict budget without replacement.

    It's also possible to steal from one's husband.

    If you have a stingy husband who has refused to repent, lol, you too start being stingy with Spending the little that he gives. 2k for soup? Use 1050 and pocket the rest!

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    1. And I mean it's OK to take without telling him, if he: isn't at home, he's asleep, has guests. A wife should just tell him, if he's available or as soon as he is. It's only fair. Not permission per se.

      The word permission there's just playing on my brain. Sounds kinda rigid for a 'healthy' couple.

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  14. It's not ok if there is no prior agreement for such. Besides, what if the cash is for something really important or for someone? and then you go on and take it without saying/asking, what then will he tell the owner?

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  15. According to the LAW, a wife is entrusted with the wealth of her husband. That is, she is only allowed to use the money with his permission.

    If your husband has allowed you to use the money as you wish, then you may use it for your needs and in a considerable way, etc. However, if he has not allowed you or there is no proper arrangement as regards that, you should ask him before using the monies. If you are faced with a stingy hubby or one that does not fulfil your basic needs, then you may take only that amount that is sufficient for your basic needs. It is not permissible to take more and save on that.

    Money is one of the biggest causes of strife in a marriage. Taking money from a spouse without communicating with them can understandably be a serious source of conflict. It may be a quick and easy solution to a money shortfall, but the harm it can do to your relationship in the long run might not b worth it as it could bridge the trust u guys share and yall kno what happens whn a husband and wife relationship is not built on trust.

    Law asides, It sometimes balls down to the circumstances surrounding it and the relationship between you and your hubby.

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  16. Let me put this in points

    - If your husband is around, then you must tell him before collecting money from his wallet.
    - If he is not around , you can take money from his wallet and inform him later.

    -sometimes you may be required to replace such money e.g if I take 1500 to buy credit from my husband's wallet even after informing him I'll put it back unless he asks me not to.( I know the reason why I shout "sweethrt I'm putting back the money I took in the morning" is to get "don't mind" )

    -some people said you should take without permission only if there exist prior agreement to take without permission. I do not agree. I think it is the other way round. You should not take only if there is prior agreement that there must be permission. An agreement comes in only when you do not want her to take without your permission, all things being equal she should take.

    - If you observe well, you see that agreement is put in place where a spouse(s) abuses that freedom to take without permission.

    -Yes!!! you can steal from your spouse. J

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  17. Me I take without telling hubby and wen he checks and sees some of the mony is missing he knows it's me.

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  18. It depends on d relationship between them..... Some wife's wouldn't try it... Cos na die

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  19. I don't think it is okay, except if the wife intends to mention it to the husband. Permission might not be needed but disclosure is essential.

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  20. I thought of what my opinion really was only to realize I am selfish when it comes to matters as this.

    Yes it is not wrong to take hubby's money, but it would only be fair to all concerned(hubby) if I tell him afterwards. But seeing a comment above, I don't think I want Oga to open my purse ooh, the thought of it is discomforting.

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  21. I believe you should let the hubstar know, it breeds trust.

    At the end of. The day it all boils down to your kind of marriage.

    Me, I take, I tell and I don't return. LoL

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  22. Hian! Taking something without the owner's permission is stealing na. Don't kid yourself o, unless there's a whats-mine-is-yours-and-viceversa understanding/agreement, taking his money without his permission is wrong. What happened to asking nicely.

    Me thinks the only condition under which you can do such is when its a matter of life and death, a very serious emergency or a situation that you have absolutely no control over e.g, you need airtime seriously and mobile banking isnt working or you need to go to the market and he has refused to wake up from his nap and you dont have shi shi on you. All these conditions will stand if and only if you tell him about it immediately he's available.

    #MyTwoCents

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