"This guy has no Shame, since 2015 he proposed and no wedding, Is she Lord of the Rings?”
That's the comment someone left of rapper, Eva Alordiah's page.
I'm going to try not to talk about uncouth Nigerians on social media who do not have lives so they can never mind their own business, and move forward with this post.
Jennifer Hudson has been engaged for 9 years and the Internet can't seem to stop giving her grief about it.
Some days ago Joro Olumofin wrote about f**k boys and one of the characteristics is not marrying a girl within 2 years of proposing to her.
Everyone seems to have an opinion about how soon a wedding should happen after the proposal, but is there really such a thing as the right time?
I've got a friend who's been engaged for over five years. Other friends that got proposed to after she did, have long gotten married and are mothers. Everyone seems to find it queer, considering that she and the guy are still very much together.
I actually think it's left for each couple to decide the right time to get married, even after they've become engaged.
HOWEVER I frown upon men who propose to you and tie you down for years on end with no wedding in sight. It's like, they're not ready to marry you but they don't want someone else to, so the ring becomes a chain.
Honestly, a guy should not propose until he is sure he is ready to start the marriage.
That's the way I see it, but I could be wrong.
So what do you think is the right time a couple must get married after the proposal? Six months? One year? Two years? Or none at all?
My TTB married peeps, how long were you engaged before your wedding?