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Monday, November 07, 2016

Laugh Out Loud!



Who did this in School?Heheheheheh



117 comments:

  1. i am no 1 in that ooo especially when the rice is sweet and hungry wan finish you.

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    1. Lol I'm also a victim of that

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    2. Never!
      I didn't do it
      People food no dey hungry me and I'm proud to say my kids are the same.

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    3. Amen does anyone sell bag of Rice here. Biko let me know your price for 25kg and the brand. I don't mind made in nig Rice o. Choi the one for market na cut throat o. Please help

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    4. Mine was in boarding school, begging day students for cold water. There was love in sharing in boarding house sha. Provisions and food on visiting day.

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    5. This thing master me die that year...I sabi beggggg!!! chei!!!

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    6. Ahahahah Omg. That's when you'll hear..."please come and gimme na, just one spoon pls". Ahahah

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    7. Anon 17:10 Abakaliki rice is selling for 7500 as of yesterday. That's the 25kg. We call it half bushel here. U will get cheaper once too. But d best is ikwo rice n dats d one I gave u d price. I live at Abakaliki so I knw.

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    1. Whiteberry, this could be you.
      This is how it all started

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    2. Haba! Leave whiteberry o

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    3. Portable viv even if it's a joke, this isn't nice. I don't know how you people feel making mockery of someone

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    4. Hmmm.I attended public school all through and I was the best actor then when it comes to this issue...most of it then was garri and donkwa mixed together.

      Mc pinky

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    5. Viv that was just too cold. Hope your life is perfect.

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    6. Please stop the bullying White berry.

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    7. You people should leave them running their mouths, remember tomorrow is pregnant.

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    8. Potty Vivian u DAT begged for 6k to travel to village to see or sick dad nko ! Pot calling kettle black ! Kip running ur mouth ..we kno u!

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  3. Me not in school but at home. I can't eat someone's food oh like sch mate or colleagues food. I fear winch oh. Don't want to find myself flying. But I eat party food cos it's cooked for crowd.
    So I never did d above in sch

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  4. Lol that food dey sweet eehn

    especially the "give me water" part

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    1. I was thought never to beg, while growing up I hated to beg.

      Yoruba people can so do this

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    2. And you had to bring tribe into this. Smh

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    3. Just shut your mouth Ideato! Be forming posh oshi. Must u bring tribalism into this? Pls take ur yeye staff bus and drive to hell!!!

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    4. See this ethnic bigot..even with ur forming beggars are still better than u..grow up abeg..fool

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    5. That's a lie
      Begging isn't a yoruba thing
      Others begged for my food too na, and not all of em are yoruba.

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    6. U were *thought*???? Haha Ideato u dey fall hand ooh!!!

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    7. D'vine Smarta7 November 2016 at 17:31

      Shut up there Ideato oniro! Afi *thought na! *taught. Something is amiss in your life and you're over compensating....you need help!

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    8. With your 'thought', u still dey attack Yoruba people. Half baked bread oshi, olodo.

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    9. Make una leave ideato aloneooo
      Person no dey make mistakes again

      Funny one and my cousin always do that to us at home..


      Missylynn

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  5. Chai ojukokoro I didn't oh because my mom always say when you beg or collect outside she will know so I was always careful of kodoyi.

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  6. Naa.....i go with my own food n pocket money!
    I didn't do such.

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    1. So tell us the narrative behind your 8k December begging

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    2. Na lie, pocket money is never enough.

      Alwyas finishes before the next visiting day.

      I'm sure you begged.

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    3. Hahaha porterble Vivian u are a big lier. Oleeeee

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    4. Hahahahahaha,chai Ideato,you're not nice at all.

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    5. Portable viv. Forming what you are not. How dare you judge whiteberry?
      I'm sure that was you while growing up.
      Don't think we hv forgotten you came here to beg for 8k last Christmas. Whiteberry still got class, she asked for 500k.

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  7. Kwakwakwakwakwakwakwa..hilarious

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  8. Lol I did ..give n take

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  9. i over do am wella. hehehehehe

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  10. Memories from Greater tomorrow primary school. Mine was asking for or exchanging of sweet and biscuits. Cut for me,cut for me.

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    1. Lol we are all guilty of this.

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    2. Hahahhahaha @ cut for me,cut for me.
      I am reminded of my toddler son. LMAO

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    3. It's called bargain. Gimme your yam and I'll give you my rice. Then the day will come you would have forgotten that your rice will be taken, na so the bargainer go show for ur dinning hall table with plate say oya, pass me your rice. Lmao

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  11. Hahahahhhhaha That's my youngest brother.
    HahahahahahahahahaπŸ˜‚
    My brother was an expert in this! Kai! I have never seen a boy as stingy and "meticulous" with food as him. No one tops my bro.Bn the youngest,he was always asked to share stuff amongst us as he was the last and would be the last to choose from whatever it was we were sharing at any point.
    And when he gives u something,he wil first of all ask u why u like doing long throat. Hahahha and the look on his face wil be like he was giving u half of his stuff. And not some miserly portion.

    One day he was asked to share groundnuts among us. He just went and brought 4 plates. 3 blue ones and 1 pink one. With all seriousness,he pulled out one of the dinning chairs,all the while soo serious. Before our very shocked faces,this boy opened the groundnut and proceeded to drop a grain of groundnut plate by plate.
    Like grain by grain. Plate by plate. HahahHhhahhahahahhaha

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    1. Hahahahahahaha@ grain by grain and plate by plate. Guy man di mean.

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ TGW I like that your brother already. Is he still the same now? Hahaha

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    3. It felt like you were talking about my younger brother.

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    4. Hahahahahahahaha.TGW! Don't I love this your brother?

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    5. My little cousin even takes the food off your mouth if he caught u stealing his food. Hahhahahha

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    6. Grain by grain OMG this is serious

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    7. Lol... He was a real*sharer*

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    8. Same with my younger sister. I didn't do this in school though. When winch full everywhere.

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    9. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

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    10. Hahahahahahahahahahah...my tummy!

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    11. Hahhahahahahaha Na ur type he would have really dealt with @ Ehi. Cut for me,cut for me.He wil just look at,there is a way he twists his mouth and with a sly smile at the same time and ask u"why do u like to beg? You sef go maintain so he wil just give u and u wil be on ur way. Hahahhahaha he wil fire off another comment "u like to beg" Hahhahahahaha at that point we wil be getting impatient but omo u wil still maintain o or else he wil change his mind.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      And he wil tell u "if u make fun of me next time I won't give u" this was mostly to my other brother cos as soon as that one receives the beggy-Beggy something,he wil start running his mouth πŸ˜‚ See the small thing u gave me. I take back that thank u u made me tell u beforehandπŸ˜‚You wil be left here on earth while all of us make HeavenπŸ˜‚
      You wil be here sharing groundnuts and biscuitsπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Lol He is a big boy now. And one of the most generous people.

      @Iphie,your sis is just something else! Exact opposite of you! Wonder how u didn't toughen up like her. That her yesterday IG comment still got me rollingπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Chick is brutal!

      @TZ,lol u had a bro like that too? LMAO
      Ebony,lol. Till he calls u bevy-beggyπŸ˜‚
      Lol @Winchy people. For real Justina?

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    12. That's how I share too, grain by grain, if it's food, spoon by spoon.

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    13. Bwahahahahahah!
      She's savage, that girl. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    14. Hahahahaha dt ur brother mean die ! I swear

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  12. Intelligentia princess loves the Queen.7 November 2016 at 15:41

    Haha Hahhahah ha. I did a lot of this ooo,chai, ihesiri my dad ike while we were growing up but I thank for where we're today. Things are much better and am living large now. I can afford to eat anything I want now.
    #Godmercyfoundme#

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    1. Abi without begging.. Thank God for you

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  13. I did not oo, my mum gave us sound warning not to collect anything from anybody in school,even if you're starving to death you dare not

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  14. am doing same in a few minutes with my suya. My colleagues don't want me to keto in peace.

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  15. you dare not do it in my house , my mum told use then that if you collect anything from friends and eat you will turn to a witch at night hahahahahah....very funny

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  16. I could not do o, even if I wanted to, my mother said she use to watch me on computer when i'm in class

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    1. Witchy.Com...little wonder why your name is Barbie

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    2. Lmao, barbie.. end time computer

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  17. I did not oo, my mum gave us sound warning not to collect anything from anybody in school,even if you're starving to death you dare not

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  18. Lol ewooo some students did dat in my school those days oooo I can remember hahahahahaahaha

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  19. TGW,I can relate...that your younger bros na professional indeed. jeez hahahahahahaahah

    I did mine at home. Mainly to my immediate big bros, the guy will stay in one corner and stretch forth his hand that I should give him, wil give then he'll start reminding me of how he'd beat anyone that look for my trouble in school... lol

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    1. Lol @ he'll start reminding me of how he'd beat anyone that look fo my trouble in school.

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  20. TGW,I can relate...that your younger bros na professional indeed. jeez hahahahahahaahah

    I did mine at home. Mainly to my immediate big bros, the guy will stay in one corner and stretch forth his hand that I should give him, wil give then he'll start reminding me of how he'd beat anyone that look for my trouble in school... lol

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  21. I didn't beg because my parents will always visit me in school every weekend,to take home my dirty clothes for washing and they will always bring me home food,so I had a lot of unwanted friends because,they know I always have,to share. I guess I got so used to having enough that I find it so hard to beg,though I enjoyed giving them.

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  22. I think I did it too but can't remember.
    This post eh..hahahahahahah even in boarding school then...lol

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  23. In boarding school, you couldn't have avoided that
    They must collect from you even though you don't collect from them
    Water ohhh, food ohh, bread ohh
    A seed of groundnut sef they will collect

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  24. I find it difficult to eat out. I take breakfast and lunch to school then plus my big water bottle.

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  25. I never did this, both in boarding school and at home

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  26. If i no do that thing who else, specially to my elder sister as per smally that year, we attended the same primary and secondary sch, she sef tire for me no be small.

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  27. The question should have been who didn't do it! We all did jor

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  28. Lols funny I remember people doing this then, but really I didn't do it

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  29. All of una forming saints did it, My mom this my dad that Ko, no matter the warning you will either give or you collect,

    me sef do but with my groups oo, my own is always sweet or biscuits, lol memories

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  30. Kwkakakakkaka!!!
    I was running to type about a sibling of mine..
    TGW and I saw your comment.
    You know that mischievous one? This is her modus operandi.. she was growing bigger while I was skinny.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
    Every single thing.. Iphie nyenum
    My soft heart didn't start today..πŸ™†πŸ½‍♂️

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    1. May God forgive me for all the bad things like did when growing up.Oluwa jowo so ekun mi dayo lo dun yi.

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  32. I didn't do it in school, I was taught to share no matter how small.
    But I never ate food brought to school by any of my friends.

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  33. Lol. Way back,not now,almost everyone did

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  34. Hahahaha, TGW if that your brother go for House of Rep, I swear the whole community will be starved. Aka gum.

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  35. #Listening is often the only thing needed to help someone*

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    1. As soon as I received my beggy-beggy stuff, i'll ask for my mum or dad second eye. Fu mi loju keji mama mi or fumi loju keji baba mi, OMG! Public school life.

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  36. Chai..... I over do am sef, I can beg for Africa. *side eyes*.

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  37. Anonymous 17:10 you can get 25kg bag of rice btw #10k-13k depending on the brand. There is royal stallion, lion,mama Africa.

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  38. I didn't do it, the kind warning they gave me no get part2. But I have friends that beg me for food @

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  39. I did o. Very well for that matter. All those begginatus will not allow you to eat in one peace.

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