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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Christmas Market Things!

I am going out into the cold to drink some gluhwein and eat some bratwurstchen and bread and look around the Christmas market......





what Christmas activities do we have in various part of Lagos and other states?I always refer to Lagos cos thats is where i was born and raised...sorry about that.




82 comments:

  1. Just few days to Christmas Whoop

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  2. Just landed my village in owerri for Christmas,please bvs in owerri, where is the best salon in owerri town? I intend going to the town on monday to fix my lovely hair.bvs in owerri,best salon please.merry chritmas darlings.

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    1. There are lots of good salons at mabri street. Ask of hair forest and hair pride, and hair wizard. They have good stylists there.

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    2. Jimmy salon at wethral road near NYsco before mcc junction

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  3. !well in ph everyone is taking it easy (wayo wayor), I just remembered dis time last year nd oda previous years,in our local market you will see butchers nd sellers of chicken,turkey etc,they rent shops for only dis season, they will so sell, eida people are coming for live chicken or they will point nd d butcher will kill, but today na I pass there, buyers no dey even d sellers kuku no come. Everywhere just dry

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  4. I followed my frnd to arena, my legs hurt, market stocked with many cute things.

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  5. I need hamper for dis xmas plsss

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  6. This Christmas go get as e be, unless God intervene, mmm don scatter plans for me.

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  7. Am not perceiving any chritmas yet oo.. Nothing to show dat christmas is next week cos of d recession,no money.. Infact it's like mary never get belle for my side talkmore of to give birth next week.. In all I thank God for keeping me and my family alive and healthy

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  8. God please let this season just come and go hian too many stress jare to think no Harmattan this year ... starting my Xmas shopping by Monday. ..... Greetings to everyone.

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  9. Drink 2 Glühwein for me

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  10. Stella ph is full of activities.But money no too dey.We still thank God

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  11. this Christmas is too dry

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  12. Happy shopping Stella,don't know of any but maybe na my area 4 lag sha.

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  13. Everywhere dry to the extent that children don't throw bangers.

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  14. It doesn't seem like Xmas is around the corner, everywhere is so dull and boring...aarrrrhhhh...

    Oh Santa, come to my hood and pay me a visit...

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  15. Peeps in ikorodu and it's environ, abeg where is it happening this Xmas for kids. Looking for somewhere fun to take my nephew

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    1. There's no where oh. I've been racking my brains brains on where to take the kids to, I don almost give up.
      Anyways incase you find, please let me know otherwise we might just end up in tvc on Friday.

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    2. Although not in Ikorodu, Try Play Place at ori-oke, Ogudu. Your kids will thank you afterwards. You would be more than satisfied to see that priceless smile on their faces as soon as they get started.



      Marjorie

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    3. I remember they used to advertise Christmas events for kids on Channel 5, 7 and 10 then, where you can take the children to see Father Christmas and have fun.
      Abeg don't tell me Nigeria is that dry ooooo. Haba.
      There also used to be "Water Park" in Opebi Allen. They can't all have closed down biko.
      May we all have a Merry Christmas.

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  16. Come and see Calabar carnival 🎠..

    We don't shout mbok..It speaks and sell itself




    Mabasi😃





    @Galore

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  17. For Abia here nothing ooo everywhere just dry, they never pay workers

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  18. Stella you are going out in this night??

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  19. Stella Lagos is home any day any time.

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  20. North Dakota Siobhan17 December 2016 at 19:33

    Razz parties everywhere..
    Nothing traditional..
    The weather is damn hot for this time of the year.

    Onitsha or Enugu is a-calling..

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  21. Stella, 'gluhwein bratwurstchen' is a magical incantation used in the village of the villager, to cast spells on anyone that speaks English...

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    1. Villager. You are not a villager

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    2. Villager, how you dey nau and your new wife? Hope she don pay the dowry? Lol

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  22. Stella, come and upload comments na. I don refresh tire and na mb dey go oh.

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  23. Christmas activities ni bo?

    Sadly no Christmas feeling

    Warri is just there.

    No salary, market women are complaining of low sales.

    Christmas will come and go but we will survive. God will help us.

    Merry Christmas everyone

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    1. No Xmas feeling here! No nothing. No Santa..no hope sef. Had a not so good day but it's fine. .. we live to fight another day....

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    2. Which one be Santa, no be Father Christmas we dey call am?

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  24. Recession has taken over Christmas activities.
    Lagos is the same..... Nothing much

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  25. Everything seem normal here. God dey?

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    1. Dem no throw Banga ni?

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  26. Not feeling the christmas around my area at all. Decoration unko? Blehhh....

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  27. In here we are shopping for winter jackets n waterproof winter boots. It is well

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  28. My area is dry as dust.

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  29. 2016 Christmas is going to be in abuja .No particular activities we r just going to be at home chilling.

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  30. Lagos is just there.. No smell of Christmas

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    1. I can relate. The Lord is your strength.
      I was frustrated and depressed enough to have suicidal thoughts this morning. Had to talk it out with a friend to feel a bit relieved. The Lord is our strength... e-hugs.

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    2. To chop igbese dey sweet,to pay na wahala. Next time,always learn to cut your skirt and blouse according to your cloth. So you want people to give you their salary to pay igbese,wen dem no pass their boundary to chop igbese. How am I even sure you are not whiteberry sef.

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    3. Leave white berry alone bikoooo. She dey owe you? Allow the babe rest joor
      Wetin self

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    4. Zinny, are you sure you're not Whiteberry with a new blog ID?

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  32. Stella i shopped till i almost fainted in ebeano on chevron drive. I first went to evron saturday market and even my driver was shocked at the prices of some food items. Whoever u are that owns that evron place, you are the 'bomb'. Its like shopping at mile 12 with very little difference. I became dizzy and had to rush home cos i don't do well in crowded places

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    1. Pls which one is evron Saturday market?and where is it located?

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    2. Evron is by Ebeano, Chevron Drive.

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  33. Pls who knows a very good salon in umuahia. I need someone who can fix very well.

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  34. Am in Gombe and it seems nothing is happening here. How do the Gombawa people celebrate Xmas? why the hell did Smirnoff change the can of double black to a short can mbok. Who brought that stupid idea? Now am just staring at the stupid can all vexed up. I want the long thin can back please. Everything in this stupid country keep changing haba.







    *grabs cucumber*

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    1. It is extremely dry. No christmas lights... nothing at all.
      Looking forward to the most boring Christmas ever.

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    2. 'stupid Country' and you are still in it, doesn't that make you stupid?
      In a bid to be popular on a blog, some people will just be bringing curses upon their lives.


      Ify Love!

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    3. Christmas lights? When did they start putting up Christmas lights in Nigeria?
      It's over 2 years av been to Nigeria but at least I grew up in Lagos and I never experienced Christmas lights decorated outside the building oooooo

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    4. Go to Lekki and see beautifil Christmas decorations, you will be shocked.

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  35. Everywhere is indeed dry like sahara desert. Wow this Christmas is going to be boring!!! Well I guess we all have to make the best of it. Hmmmm

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  36. Christmas christmas,got a gift of massive hamper and turkey today

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  37. Boredom abeg who dey abj come take me out ooooooo lol

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  38. Abeg that turkey I need am badly bikoo

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  39. I'm not feeling Xmas in my area, I still believe nd trust God an angel will visit me and my preg b4 Christmas

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  40. I'm planning to spend Christmas with my in laws in abuja so my Christmas shopping is limited to the fine clothes and accessories I'd wear while there #yass

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  41. Christmas is smelling everywhere. Things are expensive though, especially children's wears n Co. I pray things get better soon.

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  42. Spending my Xmas in Abuja. Taking my girl out.. might have to take a break from being a gym buff.

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    1. Which gym do u patronise? Been looking for a good gym to register.

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  43. hmmm this xmas get as e be o.i am not even perceiving a the faintest smell.let it just come nd go before someone enter depression. I have given up on any miracle happening. I cannot kill myself, there are lot nd lot of Xmas ahead.it has never been this dry

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  44. hmmm this xmas get as e be o.i am not even perceiving a the faintest smell.let it just come nd go before someone enter depression. I have given up on any miracle happening. I cannot kill myself, there are lot nd lot of Xmas ahead.it has never been this dry

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  45. Christmas no dey smell for Lagos here gbagada ,expect ajose adeogun and some other places that has Christmas decor
    mmm spoilt plan for me
    I had plan to travel to pH to see childhood friend then go to calabar for their festivals
    Na money for live chicken and other things I dey look for now
    Santa pls locate me

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    1. You yorubas caused it, next time vote Gej, this country is now in a mess

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  46. Everywhere is dry but all the clubs in Festac is full and parked cars everywhere.


    Nigerians must enjoy.

    See the way this 'omonna' dey waste money for this period...mtchewwww

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  47. Everywhere is dry even last year you could still hear the trader playing Christmas carol but this year nothing,nothing, Xmas Deco's too haven't gone up. Looking very dry, so sad...#lagos

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  48. This Xmas seems to be d one to record d highest figures of economic hardship in persons in d history of Nigeria.
    Jesus u re d only one dt cn fix this,pls show up on this case. Amen.

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