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Thursday, September 15, 2016

Tiannah Styling Boss Says A Woman Who Cannot Cook Jollof Rice Or Pound Yam Is Not A Real Woman

Are we still on this cooking women thingy?
The fashion consultant took to her IG page to share a picture of her making a huge pot of Jollof rice and added that women who cannot cook Jollof or pound yam are not real women. Some of her fans didn't find the comment funny and shared their disagreement with her. 







Source: instagram

So because i cannot cook Jollof rice or pound yam,I am not a real woman?LMAO!





137 comments:

  1. Dis yimu picture always leave me in stitches.... Lol

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    1. Picture for the gram. #notinterested.

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    2. If you can cook all these and still can't hold a man down nkor Toyin?
      You are not a real woman mbok?

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    3. Hmmmmmm

      I cant pound yam...

      Aunty Tiannah, ur jollof doesnt look delicious in my eyes...

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    4. Lol, this yimu pics.
      Plus, nothing in particular defines a woman...
      Once you have a vagina, you're already a woman (not transgenders o, mschew)
      Forget story.....

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    5. Plus I don't think I can even pound again, last time I tried it, I had blisters and thank God dh is not a fan. Thank God for poundo Yam,even though the difference is clear.
      Why should I even be suffering to pound when I can do dooneys style of using mixer...... It's well

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    6. That thing in that pot up there does not look anything like jollof rice. More like concoction or palm oil rice. Madam cook. Shior!

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    7. Not sure why women pleasure in tearing fellow women down! Comparing another woman's weakness with your strength is foolishness!

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    1. I cannot pound yam and I am not ashamed of it. I guess I am not a real woman. *shrug*

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    2. All my life we never pound yam for my house except once (which was we the children trying it)...

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    1. She is right biko. I remember how my mother made sure we wer with her in the kitchen when she cooks. At some point she started allowing us cook whilst supervising. If knowing how to cook is not very important will she even bother to give me knocks wen my rice starts burning while it's still half cooked? Or my food is salty?
      Every woman must know how to cook! I remember our rich neighbor that year. Living in a duplex. Had house girls everywia. Her kids attends Aladumo ( was the in school dat time). One time their grandma came to visit dem and asked the senior girl (20yrs then) to go around the compound and get scent leaf. Ah! Wahala burst! Na so the girl begin Waka upandan dey cry o ( she does not know scent leaf). Her grandma say she no go enter hse if she no bring am. The girl later brot wan kain grass to the grandma. The grandma beat her o. Her mother couldn't talk becoz she knows it's a shame. Cross river people for that matter. Wey be say na her fellow cross river girls dey handle cooking for mama put at 17yrs sef.
      See how westernization is deceiving people. Forgetting their roots.

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    2. Port Harcourt gossip queen!!! Clap for yourself. Chef

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    3. And does that make the lady any less a woman? Cooking is a skill just like other skills.

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    4. Esther Amaka the history writer, the writeup isn't about knowing how to cook, but knowing how to prepare a specific rice delicacy and pounding yam. Next time, read and understand before giving us chronicles

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    5. Esther leave that thing. It doesn't make the lady less of a woman. So men that cook are women ni?

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  4. Yes oh Stella,if you can't do those things,you are not a real woman...
    I'm not her fan but she is right!...

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    1. Really????????

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    2. Good for her. Please can a pregnant woman eat locust bean. (iru). I want to cook local rice with it but I am afraid of adding it

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    3. See dis child abuse woman. So a woman who can a sugar boy is a real woman. Stupid he goat

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    4. Anon10:06 yes u can eat iru nah. Don't forget to use palm oil nd crayfish.Dat local rice can sweet enh.

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    5. Yes anon, you can.
      But just cook the qty you'll finish because if you leave it and later warm to eat, the smell ehn, hmmmm. *lips sealed*

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  5. Jesus!
    I just saw my commentπŸ˜‚
    Make I run go put agadangodo (padlock) for my handleπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒπŸƒ

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    1. This gurl u be case lol
      Tiannah you is a crazy baibe for saying such. Means oyinbo women wey no dey cook ain't real women right?? Yimuest

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    2. BV's don run go IG sharp sharp πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. Are you @confusedspinster?

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    4. So you also have different IG handles? Everyone saw your picture before you locked your page during the AY thing. I once said it here that you are a small girl and you came and denied yourself.

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    5. Don't mind her, mumu.

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    6. Annon 10:31 so I can't change my name anytime I feel like?
      So what if everyone saw my pix? I'm far from ugly bro/sis
      I'm a small girl...yeah but is it ur small?
      Annon 10:41 u are the same with annon 10:31
      I wish u both quick recovery my ancestors

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  6. I love cooking but make it a biggy for women is a No No πŸ‘Ž

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  7. Hehehehehe, tech has made cooking easier, there's yam pounder these days, jollof rice no be one type naa, mine can look n taste different from yours so tiannah stylist, swerve! CookNOTwife.

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    1. Hahahaha this your "dis" is on point. Hahaha CookNOTwife! choi

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  8. Advertising for a new man..πŸ˜†

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    1. If you have 2 babies for 2 diff Men, you are not a real Woman. Lmaooo.

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    2. If u open ur totoh for a married man before he marries u as he promised u are not a woman.#oyamyancestorsreply

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  9. I can prepare jollof rice and can pound yam too... If my woman is unfortunate not to know how to do either of these, then I'll be the woman each time any of these is needed until she gets to learn.

    #Every woman is unique.

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    1. Oya chop kiss better husband material. All d single ladies ngwa come to brother doctor πŸ’˜.

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    2. Kisses, mwah!

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    3. Cool not keeper.. madam toyin swerve.

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    4. Cook not keeper.. madam toyin swerve.

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  10. I cant cook to save my life yet everyone wants to marry me. I can cook some things but I can't cook a lot. I have never gone to a man's house and cooked nor washed yet they all want to die on top my matter. Jor oo

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  11. So na with this agbada she take turn this big pot of jollof rice, well done toyin

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  12. Different strokes for different people.

    Good morning beautiful people.

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  13. Oh wow just found out i am a man!
    Aunty, whatever rocks ya boat now swerve

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  14. A woman should atleast be creative with rice, yam and soup. It helps, just for the sake of the family.

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    1. And you the man should be creative in ???????

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    2. In sleeping aroundπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ

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    3. Lmao@Lola. He should be creative with Pounds, Euros, Dollars and not naira

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  15. But like seriously all women should know how to cook
    What's difficult there?

    I can make a pot of jollof that big
    Elderly women in my church beg me every year to come and cook jollof during church thanksgiving

    And I'm someone that you would see and prolly doubt I know how to cook noodles.

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    1. You want a medal?

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    2. Biko, where is your ring. You & Toyin with all your cooking are still unmarried Gwegs.

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    3. @chi especially when u are trying hard for that broke alh to make u number 7.gwegz oshi

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    4. Partially disagree. I believe everyone should know how to cook. It is a necessary survival skill

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  16. Intelligentsia Princess loves sdk15 September 2016 at 09:46

    With all her cooking skills she's still yet to badge herself a responsible man.. I beg make I hear word jooor.. Even the rice she was cooking looks raz..

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    1. The rice looks like 'garo garo' or 'turn, turn' with red oil.

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    2. So, man now is an achievement award abi? Well done!

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    3. @Amaka Esther, if getting a man is not an achievement or award, then why cooking Jollof rice and pounding yam makes a woman a real woman? And who is she doing all that for if not for a man?

      Since she is saying it is only real women that can cook Jollof rice and pound yam, then any woman that has not given birth to a MALE child and gave birth through CS is a NOT a real woman! *sarcasm*

      RUBBISH AND NONSENSE! Women always pulling each other down! Do other women in other countries eat Jollof rice and pounded yam? STUPID NIGERIAN WOMEN WITH THEIR LOW SELF ESTEEM MENTALITY! No wonder your men treat you all like piece of trash!

      Women are making names and setting trend in the coporate and business world, making real money, living their lives to the fullest with rich successful men chasing after them, then you idiots are here judging who is a real woman or not! If Jollof rice and pounded yam can keep your men, why do they cheat with anything in skirts?
      Sdk post o.

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    4. Gbam! You just nailed it, Jollyofrice ni pounded yam ko! E-hug dear! >>>

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  17. As if real woman depend on cooking jollof rice and Pounded yam

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  18. I think She has a point, but it didnt come out right..
    IMO, it would have sounded better if she had said something along the lines of 'a woman should know how to cook jollof rice and pound yam at least'. That way, you won't be putting down those that can't.

    But seriously stells, don't tell me you cannot cook jollof and pound yam? Thats like the ABC to cooking.
    Easy peasy..

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    1. Yeah you're right. It didn't come out right.

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    2. I can't cook jollof rice as nobody in my family likes it. I can't pound yam to save my life either. But I have culinary skills that make my dishes sought after by all who've ever tasted any of what I've cooked. Does this mean I'm less of a woman? There's no way of putting that stuff she wrote in a better way.

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  19. A woman in her 30's who opens legs and spins 360degree to phuck a teenager is not a real woman. She's a whore-man.

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    1. Really?????
      She is/was happy about her decision, that don't make her a whore. You that is madam perfect woman that fucks the right people ngwa clap for yourself.
      I hope you have atleast half her achievements before pointing fingers!!!!

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    2. Why are you like this? 😭😭😭

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    3. Horny wife tell your hubby to phuck you well so you stop bn sex starved,its gradually making you a troll on here. Be the wife 'I' use to know that stays on her lane and not go about exchanging banters with others for their opinion.

      La fresh,what i did is called first to do,no dey pain but second to do?im eye go red. She shouldnt throw stones when she lives in a glass house.
      She gave her definition for a woman and I gave mine. Simple

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    4. Real women don't cradle snatch! If it is her choice @crazybornywife, then it is other women CHOICE not to care about cooking Jollof rice and pounded yam! Kapish?

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    5. Ano. 12:33 you nailed it. Chop kiss 😘😘😘

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    6. Bizzmane Interiors - 3D Panels for walls & ceiling, Wall Paper & 3D Floors - 08062642259 , 0708410882615 September 2016 at 18:28

      Angry saucy ladies all over the place. Hmmmm! Wife materials no yard.

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  20. Yes u are not a real woman if u can't. That's nothing bt d truth.

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  21. For her small mind now she can cook jellof rice,everybody can cook jellof rice as long as it turns out colourful,from d taste of your jellof we will kn if u can.oburo if you mix tomatoes ina ako tuuuu!

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  22. Really?? πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•πŸ˜•

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  23. Everyone now have one idea or the other about what makes a real woman. That's how one babe I usee to know will say any woman that has never given birth is not a real woman

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    1. D babe is stupid!!!

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    2. Hahaha. For some when your 'period' starts,you hear things like 'now you are a woman'.
      Ppl and silly definitions.

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    3. @sensa, tell them o.
      The myopic view of Nigerian women is alarming!

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  24. dating guys old enough to be her son is what makes her a real woman, madam deal with your low esteem and insecurity issues before spitting rubbish, how do we know the food is sweat sef

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    1. Hahahahahaha!!!!
      You say????
      1st you are anonymous, which shows you truly have a low self esteem. So deal with your insecurity before coming to spwee trash!!!

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    2. *sweet *
      *delicious πŸ˜‹ *

      Thank me tomorrow LMAO 😁

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    3. Crazy horny wife so because your ID is crazy horny wife you feel you are not anonymous and have self esteem? Mtcheeew, your moniker says it all.

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    4. @crazyhornywife, a pot calling a kettle black! Is this the name your parents christened you with? And what manner of stupid id is that? You are the one with the low esteem if cooking Jollof rice and pounding yam is your ONLY achievement in life! IT WILL NOT GET YOU A WELL PAID JOB OR A HUSBAND OR CHILDREN!!!!!!

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    5. Why are u even crazy and horny?

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  25. Just saying her mind...me don't like pounding at all so I didn't even bother to buy mortal and pestle cos I can not come and have thick palm, but with poundo flour I can turn anything..

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  26. Then she should concentrate on cooking jollof rice and pounding yam because her sense of style is CRAP!

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  27. Biko stellar,no be naija,Lagos to be precise you grow? How you no go sabi cook jollof rice? I find it really hard to believe,i swear down.

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  28. OK, moment of truth, I can cook jollof but can't pound yam. Does that make me less a woman? Ok, Tiannah, let's compete. You are in hotel room 102 with your hubby, I am in hotel room 103 with my hubby. Camera! Light! Action! Let's see who makes her man moan with passion first, let's find out who can whine and grind most. Let's see who can tame John the Piper most.
    Rotfl, sometimes my comment dey make me wan slap myself but who says I can't give myself some form of comic relief.
    *God bless my Angel in human form*

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  29. OK, moment of truth, I can cook jollof but can't pound yam. Does that make me less a woman? Ok, Tiannah, let's compete. You are in hotel room 102 with your hubby, I am in hotel room 103 with my hubby. Camera! Light! Action! Let's see who makes her man moan with passion first, let's find out who can whine and grind most. Let's see who can tame John the Piper most.
    Wait!!!.... On another thought, e be like say she Neva get tangible boo sef, why she cum dey do gra-gra
    Rotfl, sometimes my comment dey make me wan slap myself but who says I can't give myself some form of comic relief.
    *God bless my Angel in human form*

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    1. 500k dash money be making some peeps think they now have poetic licence. O diegwu. Abeg make we hear word.

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  30. Who pounding yam epppp.
    I can't pound yam and my hubby married me like that. When there's poundo yam.
    Stella I know ur joking when u say u can't cook jollof. It's like one of the easiest things ever.

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  31. I can cook jollof rice but i dont know how to pound yam, so i guess im ''half woman'' ok thats good enough for me. . . and my kids!

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    1. Lmaoooo. I can do both but I hate pounding. I guess I'm a knock off woman for that?

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  32. Women are their own enemies. You don't need a reason to be a real woman, you already are...we are diverse in looks, abilities and thinking, but our common denominator is that we are women. Give all this crap a rest abeg...

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    1. Bless you 10:52! It is so fucking annoying!

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  33. But giving your pussy to small boys to "chop" makes you a real woman abi??

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    1. @oby ask the 'real' woman o!

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  34. Anon 10:06...yes a pregnant woman can eat locust beans its very healthy for her.

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    1. Oh God please give me another chance to cook for Lekan again.

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  35. So jus Jollof rice, hmmmm wot of other foods

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  36. It's only a razz and illiterate woman that will think like this and agree with her. For e.g Linda Eze. Hope this has helped you nail down a man

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  37. Yinmu!!!


    What if I can't pound yam but can make confirm semo?

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  38. she's right to an extent though that her rice be like oil rice

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  39. Yet she can't keep a man, not even a toddler.

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  40. ON a serious note, all women should learn how to cook, even if you don't know, meet caterers to teach you or those around.
    SOme of my friends are marrying 2 wives...one of the reasons is my first wife can't cook but the 2nd one can COOK.

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  41. Who made everyone an authority concerning what makes a woman, man, wife or husband? Concentrate on making your life better and leave others to theirs

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  42. Not only jellof rice. Ofe onugbu inclusive.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚you don't say! Don't mind the myopic small minded woman

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    2. That one is for certain nau. If you want to marry and keep an Anambra man, ofe onugbu is it.

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  43. Ibukun i never see your picture. oya show me your face osiso

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    1. Lmao
      U might probably see it on my birthdayπŸ˜‚

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  44. She is so right for real. Lemme give you a gist you wouldn't wanna miss for any reason there's a controversial post going viral online at a lifestyle blog called Angel Eze's Blogvine... You really need to see it for real.

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    1. Maryjane you no go rest? You've come again? Stellar why do you let this trouble maker advertise on your blog. Once bitten....

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  45. She is so right, all women should be able to cook all dishes.

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  46. Nigeria women and stupidity are like 5&6,type Theresa May,Ngozi Okonjo Iweala,Hillary Clinton or Angela markel on google and you will be amazed what will pop out and am very sure most of them probably doesn't know how to cook.If you die tomorrow what will u be remembered as?Best Jollof rice/pounded yam maker, with all your cooking skill chronicles of cheating horse-bands still dey full SDK bog.Mtchew umu muo na high sea

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  47. Lailai I do not agree with her on that one haba if u like know how to cook all the food in this world and ur character is bad then u are not even worthy to be called a woman I know many men that will marry a woman that can't cook but i don't know any man that will marry a woman without good character

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  48. Bizzmane Interiors - 3D Panels for walls & ceiling, Wall Paper & 3D Floors - 08062642259 , 0708410882615 September 2016 at 18:33

    Too many abusive and toxic ladies. I think we have more haters in women than in men. I don't think. It's a fact.

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