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Thursday, October 26, 2017

Educative,Entertaining And Inspirational - 754



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    1. 1. I thought all gifts were screened.
      2. I need a stronger amygdala.
      3. Really cool.

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  2. hahahahaha badass children. See what they did to an intelligent officer choi. dont trust people gifting you, you might fall in their scam.

    hmmmmm that woman is really fearless ooo. i dont think we have any in Nigeria

    lovely light up

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  3. anonymous to bahd26 October 2017 at 16:02

    That fearless woman, they should expose her to living in nigeria. Fear will kill her.

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  4. Heeeeeeeiiii @ that fact one...wonderful 'Shildren'

    Wow @fact two and three.



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  5. The first fact got me stunned... Guess it was then... Bcos now... It will be detected almost immediately before it gets to his office

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  6. Even the most secured places can be infiltrated.

    Meanwhile I consider not having the ability to be afraid totally cool๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™ˆ๐Ÿ™ˆ

    Hello everyone.

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    1. ...not cool 7darl, Fear is very essential, it reminds us of a potential risk & harm, you'd feel invincible when crossing a road or swimming with sharks.
      Fear factor can also squash the temptation of a cheating partner to respect himself/herself... "what if i get caught or contract a disease"?

      It also pumps adrenaline when the survival instinct kicks in, like the ability to jump a fence u had no idea u were capable of, wen chased by a puppy dog, lol..

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    2. Yeah, the trojan horse comes to mind, the clever greeks used it to enter the independent city of troy & won the war!!
      Till date they say "Beware of Greek gifts"

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    3. Awwww... I think we are all afraid of one thing or another. What one fears, might be what drives another.

      However, there basics.... like being thrown in a lion's den ๐Ÿ˜‚

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    4. Atheist and Chikito. Mine is on anada level๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ
      Fear of pain, fear of wrong investment/risks etc. You are right.. Sometimes fear keeps us in check.

      The Trojan Gift. My Poppa groomed us day and night with that story.. Then I saw how it played out in Troy๐Ÿ™Œ

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    5. Hi @ Iphie & Atheist
      Me too, I think fact 2 is so super coooooool!


      ... Jesus is my worth!

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    6. Priceless Jewel♥️♥️♥️♥️

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  8. He should have known better to trust even a Russian unborn baby, in 1945 at that.
    So for 7yrs the KGB were doing back flips on the wealth of info they were listening to.

    Fact2 sounds like a positive disease to me, imagine having no fears at all.

    If only we can change our politicians and their selfish policies like that Stockholm lights.
    #thepowerisinus

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  9. Fact 1: you go fear snooping and eavesdropping, damn Soviets that was real trashy using kids.

    Fact 2: So you are telling me that if they throw wonder woman here into the lion’s den she would wait for that fearless part of her brain to tell her not to run? Sometimes fear isn’t what the brain assimilates, it is what we see or hear.

    Fact 3: it must be a circus up in that building, with everyone changing color here and there

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  10. #Remember that everyone you meet is afraid of something, loves something and has lost something*

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    1. whats the point in this????

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    2. Why do you troll him though. I especially enjoy the way he ignores you. Get off your high horse. Do not be a bully

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    3. True and thus affects us in different ways.

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    4. hes my buddy..
      i dont troll him, i just need detailed clarification on some quotes, & i point out the misleading ones...
      which high horse? im mounting a goat.

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  11. Only the Soviets.
    Lol.

    Never heard of fact 2. That would be really cool to be fearless.
    Ummmmm, No. I don't think so.

    Last fact, still doesn't change a damn thing.

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  12. Fact one: I fear the Greeks even when they bring gifts....☺️

    Fact 2:To be fearless is Totally cool!
    To actually look something in the face and be it. And Conquer it. And do it๐Ÿ‘Œ
    But not when it comes to anal s3x mehn!

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    1. .... ah ah, where did anal sex fly in from? your mind needs hypo & dettol.

      Like i told my 7darl ๐Ÿ‘†.. Fear is vital, it can drive you to success if you fear poverty, lol.
      Fear keeps you in check, and within ur boundary, from ur statement without fear in you, you'd have tried the anal sex, & its not the fear of God i speak of oh, lol...

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  13. I like pix4, power of democracy and the public

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  14. Fact one reminds me of the civil war in Liberia. The coverage given by NTA then contributed to this path I've chosen to follow. War is horrible! #shudders
    Fact two, I don't want
    Fact three, after a while, it will surely loose its fascinating factor

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  15. Mehn! i love fact 2. That's a positive one

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  16. Fact 1...The fear of the Soviets though.. .
    Fact 2... got me wishing I could be that woman for a week.
    Fact 3... That is cool.. I like the message behind it.

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  17. Trojan gift.
    '...fear the Greeks even when they come bearing gifts....'
    -Virgil

    Comes to mind every time I see 'terms and conditions apply'.

    Really St Frankool, really? We just read about a woman who has no fear.

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