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Monday, April 16, 2018

Boredom Eliminating Post






We turn everything into a joke and laugh our worries away...

51 comments:

  1. The ability to keep smiling even when we are suffering.

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    1. The house rent we pay in a year in Nigeria is equivalent or more than what most countries pays in a month
      Housing in Naija is a bit cheap

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    2. you are using your currency to judge. its a different thing all togeda

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  2. you can easily get away with murder

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  3. We have first class in suffering and smiling

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    1. Grass to Grace stories. Second Chance

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  4. I agree with you Stella. We laugh our sorrows away. That's suffering and smiling syndrome. God help us.

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  5. Seconded @Stella,we no dey worry about anything

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  6. We defend ourselves once pple attack us

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  7. They are one of the most happy people in spite of the hardship.

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    1. "Most happy?" sic
      Nigerians are the HAPPIEST people when English is being butchered
      and politricians are looting.

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    2. I know too much!
      Happy can go with most happy or happiest.It all depends on the context.

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  8. Except that once you say "abortion" or "opening of legs" some
    girls take offence as if you have debited their account without
    the cash!

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    1. Annoy ghost youbhave come again πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Is it your abortion or opening of legs ?

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    2. @Snarker
      I see say na opening of legs you take dey do sNACK
      They don NAK you sote you dey waddle like duck wey
      lose im mama.
      Make you dey nak dey go, dey open legs ayakata dey
      go. Dey shoot babies out of the womb dey go . . .
      One day . . .Mmmmmmmmmhhhhh
      you go remember say one anonyghost warn you for sdk

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    3. Anno you must be a very bitter person be grateful your mother did not abort you cos I know she was a serial abortionist and had a PHD in leg opening. Say hi to your sister the chief mother fucker.

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    4. @23:27
      Fake ghost!
      You know say im mama be serial abortionist?
      You be winch and baby shooter all in one?

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  9. The owambe....



    chim-oma aka Miss Kapusu

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    1. E bi like say you live for south of PH
      Harmattan for North East never pursue you before?
      You go dey waka like this sandstorm go pursue you

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  11. We play too much
    Struggling,Suffering,and Smiling is our culture in my country.

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    1. And as you dey play, politricians dey loot dey go
      Na only for Naija yeyebrity go call for protest
      come enter squirrel hole -acute liver failure!

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  12. Nothing absolutely Nothing, this country is absolutely useless

    LEPπŸ˜›

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    1. Chai, see wetin chopping tohtoh don to to ya brain
      sote you no dey see any better thing again.
      Even if them set exam now, na tohtoh you go see

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  13. Nigeria is a dangerous country. Life is worth nothing.

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  14. Personal interest by the leaders

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  15. we compete for who suffer pass.
    Eg
    Obi: Uche I don suffer for life. I lost my job 3 months ago and have not seen any till now.

    Uche: Obi you never suffer. I lost my job 3 years ago, the small business I started my friend Okey duped me and my uncle that wanted to help me today died yesterday night.

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    1. I swear Chike you be case ooo!

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    2. Nigeria people are so enduring. They can endure. I never see!

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  16. We freely dish out insults to other tribes in the country, but if any foreigner dare try anything... Chai, only then will you realise that we're one Nigeria. Nigerians will so finish that person ehn.. I love Nigeria and Nigerians for that.

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  17. Ability to improvise and survive in any condition we find ourselves.....

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    1. Including this lootocracy!

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  18. The fact that we are tough and able to survive any situation.

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  19. The way what we carry things on our head. Eg BBN

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    1. Una go manufacture "spirit" put for everything?
      The only spirit I have not heard in Nigeria
      is "chase away the government in power" spirit.

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    1. So you be pussy sampler or chopper?

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  22. #Whenever you feel weak, remember the things that made you strong.

    Whenever you start to doubt yourself, remember those who believe in you*

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  23. Ewa agoyin and agege bread

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  24. That should be Enough gbenshing houses that you can go offload your payload sharp sharp for just N500

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  25. That should be Enough gbenshing houses that you can go offload your payload sharp sharp for just N500

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