As sweet as
relationship could be, it could be very complicated most especially if you
cannot read in between the lines with your partner.
One of the things
very important in a relationship is fights. Yes! I said fight! If you don’t
fight in your relationship, seriously I don’t know what name to call what
you’re into because it’s definitely NOT a relationship!
So, having fights
in relationships give rise to heats of arguments. But be very wary of an OK in
ur relationship because it answers many questions and questions many thoughts!
Different Meaning
of an OK in a relationship with their indepth thoughts,
v OK,
(Hmmm, I just want peace to reign).
v OK,
(just let me be, idiot!).
v OK,
(nah your type we dey talk).
v OK,
(Hmmm, don’t think i’m a fool).
v OK,
(shut up already) #Manny’s voice
v OK,
(you will know the reason of my silence very soon).
v OK,
(thank God for Jesus in my life, you for hear am!)
v OK,
(its not your fault, I blame myself).
v OK,
(i don’t have an option).
v OK,
(you’re the boss, you’re in total control).
v OK,
(you talk too much)
v OK,
(I miss my Ex sha)
v OK,
v OK,
(better go and get a life)
It’s not my
handwriting ó…
But when you and
your partner are into some misunderstandings and they just tell you OK, never
settle for that because there’s a very silent word/statement behind that OK
sometimes it hides their pains too!
Don’t be OK with
your partner’s OK!

About The Author: Adeshile Adekolajo

Adekolajo is a graduate from the University of Abuja, He works for Ntel
Nigeria and we owns –

is a writer, blogger and poet, to read more of his interesting and
educative articles, please log on to –

Oluwole Olusanya
Oluwole Olusanya is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of one of the fastest-growing lifestyle and entertainment website in the country. He is a banker, writer, blogger, public affairs analyst and a tax consultant. He anchors Trending Topics on SHEFFA where he shares his thoughts and opinions on trending issues. He is currently studying for a Master’s Degree in Business Administration at the University of South Wales, Wales, United Kingdom. He has diplomas in Banking and Finance, Investigative Journalism, Creative Writing, and Linguistics from Lagos State Polytechnic, Isolo, Lagos, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland and The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom.