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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Educative,Entertaining And Inspirational - 525

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48 comments:

  1. Aaahhh oyinbo de ooo. No be only gold, na garden of eden

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  2. Where will the gold come from?

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  3. 1st facts:Now all new born babies re no longer safe.na to go dey scatter their hair for gold😅😅😅😅😅@Last fact:Where's cheetos puff?😆😆😆

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  4. All I see is dat baby, I want!

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  5. Nice.
    All these 'get rich or die trying' should not start kidnapping babies o

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  6. Fact 1 na lie.. idontbelieveit.

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  7. Japan is good to human nature. I can bet that more than 5,000 people in Idemmili Local Government(North and South) in Anambra State are more than 90years old.
    Argue at your own peril. Google is your friend.
    *tongue out*

    Gold in baby hair, how? Make I go check. Anam abia.

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  8. Gold in the hair... hw did it get there?

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  9. You hardly get comments in this section. I want intellectuals to be my friend. Send me a mail if you are one

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  10. Grenade for cracking walnut,God is good

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  11. Gold from where? The womb or heaven? 'I'm not understanding'
    Wait, a hand grenade? 😲😲
    Aww the Cheetos Guy, I love success stories.

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  12. Gold on babies hair? Mothers protect your kids o

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  13. 1st fact will have some "ndi Anya uku"looking for God in babies heads now(side eyes at them for believing such gibberish"

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  14. 1st fact will have some "ndi Anya uku"looking for God in babies heads now(side eyes at them for believing such gibberish"

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  15. Luv today's facts! Thanks Stellz.👍

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  16. Stella how far na?no SnM this month?

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  17. The gold is in their hair strands not on the head. Meaning that, the components of a new born hair strands includes gold.

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    1. I'm guessing Caucasian babies with those blonde strands. Actually really shiny

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  18. Healthy lifestyle is the best......but it is hard living
    that life now.
    Everything has become way too processed.

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  19. Gold? I'm off to get pregnant! 😁😬😂😬😀😁

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  20. What could be the reason behind the longevity of the Japanese. ...i want to know ooo

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    1. Google is your friend. Healthy living, exercise

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  21. let the ultimate search begins on every newborn hair.

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  22. My father, my father, help me to live as old as the Japanese.

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  23. Replies
    1. Hi,are you from Okwelle?

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  24. They are used to eating garlic, ginger, ginser etc. Roots are good for human nature, really good. Wonder why those in the villa live more? Cos all they eat and use are orgnanic, from animals to plants to even body cream and soap(ori-ncha) even their drinking water comes from the rock. No soap for freezer cos leaves full every where, no hormon fed animals cos they grow naturally eating natural plants and food too. I miss villa sha. When I was pregnant I made sure to eat organic foods, leaves and fruits I always looked for those old women that bring their farm produce to the market and native chicken, snake fish no stock fish or older fishes cos of high macury though so expensive to maintain but I still tried and I don't regret it.

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  25. I don't think it is fiscal gold, but have to refine the baby hair and get pure gold. But oyibo should take their time o.

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  26. I don't think it is fiscal gold, but have to refine the baby hair and get pure gold. But oyibo should take their time o.

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  27. This the reason I lobe #SDK ..
    Did wan wey u fit see gold for Pikin hair so, na wa o.

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