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Woman Claims That Her Lover Foots the Bill Since She’s “An Investment”




After referring to her as an “investment,” a woman from London has claimed that her boyfriend pays for everything in their relationship. Following is further information about the couple’s odd financial arrangement:

The dude’s got some Money

Hannah Chan, 27, claims she defers all of the rent, bills, and vacation costs to her boyfriend Ed Reay, 22.

Hannah came to the conclusion that she wanted a partner who could take the initiative and care for her after several bad dates.

She realized that, as a career-driven woman, what she wanted was a relationship with someone who could “dominate” and “provide” for her.

Ed Reay, a Canadian company owner, first contacted Hannah in May 2021, and the two eventually met in July 2021.

Ed arrived by plane from Vancouver, and the two hit it up so well that in September 2021 he moved to London.

Ed began to assume more financial responsibility as the couple got closer and now pays all the expenses.

According to the business guru, Hannah ‘gives value back’ by caring for the house and making him feel calm and supported in addition to treating him to smoothies and doing the chores.

Hannah remarked: “I began to understand that I didn’t want to be the dominating person in a relationship; instead, I wanted a partner who could take care of me.

Prior to realizing that I didn’t want it, I used to consider my company’s success and income as a measure of my value in relationships.

She went on: “He told me he wanted to take care of me after meeting Ed.

We have a 100/100 relationship in which I offer him my whole support, love, and attention in exchange for his financial assistance as well as small gestures like bringing him a smoothie after a trying day.

“There is no right or wrong when it comes to dating; what matters most is that you and your partner have values that are compatible with what you seek in a relationship.”

Hannah claimed that she quickly realized Ed wanted to be the one to take care of the family.

The desire for him to be a provider “naturally came up,” she said.

So, that was ideal.

Hannah takes care of running the house so her boyfriend doesn’t have to worry about it.

Ed doesn’t appreciate money the most; he values being supported and cared for, the woman said, adding that she would organize the cleaner, prepare meals, and shop for groceries.

He views me as an investment because I have helped him, which has increased his income by three times.

Ed stated that having the obligation of providing for his family gives him a feeling of responsibility and gives his life purpose.

“I enjoy spoiling someone I care about, but you don’t need a lot of money to accomplish it.

“In our relationship, I believe the lady should make the home, and the man should furnish the house.”

What do you think about their relationship? Let us know!

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People Have Been Wondering About Who Let The Dogs Out’s Genuine Meaning for The Past 22 Years




Put yourself 22 years in the past. The summers were never-ending, David Beckham wore a durag, and the pound was truly valuable.

Who let the Dogs Out Again?

And it was also the year that the timeless party tune “Who Let The Dogs Out” first entered our lives.

The Baha Men’s song is still a classic, even though we might not hear it as frequently as we once did.

But are you actually aware of its significance? The dogs are who? How many are there in total? Who let them all out, and why?

The song’s author has now made everything apparent. It’s also probably not what you expected.

The song’s author is Anslem Douglas. The song, originally titled “Doggie” and created in 1998, was performed by the Baha Men a few years later.

Douglas explained that the song was intended to criticize misogynists.

I’ll tell you why. When I used the word “party,” I was using a metaphor, and it truly meant that things were going fine.

“The men started the name-calling and then the girls respond to the call. And then a woman shouts out, ‘Who let the dogs out?’ And we start calling men dogs. It was really a man-bashing song.”

Check out the lyrics for yourself here:

Well, the party was nice, the party was pumpin’

Yippie yi yo

And everybody havin’ a ball

Yippie yi yo

I tell the fellas start the name callin’

Yippie yi yo

And the girls respond to the call

I heard a woman shout out

Who let the dogs out?

Who, who, who, who, who?

Who let the dogs out?

Who, who, who, who, who?

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One of The Strongest Hurricanes in US History is Currently Affecting the Country




The category four storm, which has been lashing the south coast of the country and has pummeled Florida with gusts of 150 mph over the past 24 hours, is the fifth-strongest in its history.

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Hurricane Ian

Social media videos show streets entirely under water and homes being torn from their foundations in Florida, where 1.8 million people have been without electricity.

Before the storm arrived, residents in the state’s south-west were ordered to leave.

Fort Myers handyman Ian Hawver intended to wait out the storm.

He had to abandon his goal due to the hurricane’s overwhelming strength and instead drove to Fort Lauderdale across the state.

We were intending to stay, but we suddenly changed our minds when we awoke to 155 mph winds, he added.

“We don’t have a generator. I just don’t see the advantage of sitting there in the dark, in a hot house, watching water come into your house.”

Water began pouring into the building near the Caloosahatchee River, forcing news anchors at Fort Myers television station WINK to leave their customary desk and resume their storm coverage from another place in the office.

Jackson Boone ran away from his house near the Gulf coast and took refuge at his Venice law firm with his coworkers and their pets.

He described the devastation he saw, saying: “We have a 50+-year-old oak tree that has toppled over. We’re seeing tree damage, horizontal rain, and very severe wind.”

Ian keeps on its destructive route, though it is predicted that it will eventually intensify into a tropical storm.

It passed directly through Cuba on its way to the US, killing two people and shutting down the country’s electrical grid.

Governor Ron DeSantis acknowledged that many lives have been impacted by the storm’s destruction and thanked other states for their assistance.

At a news conference, he said: “I want to thank the 26 states, including Tennessee, Virginia, Montana, New York, Colorado, Indiana, New Jersey, and Georgia, who have offered us support.

“Kat Ivey from Alabama and I just spoke, and she supports sending some Black Hawk aircraft down to assist.

“We are grateful that Tennessee Governor Bill Lee expedited a request we had.”

We’ve said, “Hey, we’ve had a lot of experience in hurricanes recently, so these guys are good, ask us we want to send more,” and they’ve helped out. We really appreciate that concern. I was also able to speak with John Bel Edwards from Louisiana.

Let us all pray for those victims of Hurricane Ian.

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