A few years back, flowers were a novelty that many Nigerians had only seen in movies or read about in books, and the idea of receiving flowers felt quite foreign to us.
Flowers arenot just a gift given to women but also a symbol of love, affection, and romance, and have been used as gifts since ancient times and are considered to be one of the most beautiful and meaningful gifts in the world.
This week we asked women across Lagos and Abuja, Nigeria to share their first experience receiving flowers as gifts from their partners, friends, and other loved ones.
Buying flowers for your loved ones in Lagos will always be a special way to show affection or friendship, and is a universal language understood by all. The last thing you want to do is ruin that occasion by either gifting them unattractive flowers or patronizing an online flower shop in Lagos with poor service.
So it’s important to find an online flower shop in Lagos that can meet your needs and expectations. If you’re not sure where to start, here are some suggestions on how to choose the right flower shop in Lagos, whether you’re placing an order online or walking into a physical store.
Chivalry isn’t dead, and men are typically known to give women flowers, while women are typically known to receive flowers. Or so the saying goes. But what does it mean when a man gives a woman flowers, and why exactly do men send women flowers?
There are various reasons, from sentimental reasons to surprising ones. As a woman, you might also want to know the meaning behind the various flowers.
Question: My boyfriend of 6 months broke up with his girlfriend of 2years to be with me. Both before and during his relationship with her, they (my boyfriend and his ex-girlfriend) as well as one other lady were flatmates sharing a 3 bedroom apartment very close to his office in Victoria Island, Lagos.
Now that he is no longer in a relationship with her, is it unreasonable to ask him to move out of the apartment even though he states they are just flatmates and platonic friends? – Too close for comfort
Question: I am an aspiring wine connoisseur and I would like a guide on the different types of wine, in particular, what is the difference between Champagne and other types of wine. – Champagne or not champagne