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Wednesday, July 26, 2017

End Time Tailors - What You See Isnt What You Get!

What you see and Order for is NOT what you see what the post arrives.....


















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    1. Ali express... Their stock in trade

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      I just can't hold myself

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  2. So true. But why do most people do that?

    Why should a customer order for something.. And you give the customer another thing entirely

    It's not good for the goodwill of your business



    @Anonymous Orubebe

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    1. anonymous gangster26 July 2017 at 13:22

      More often than not, you get what you paid for. Also, most of the women are larger than the originals. You can't cheat a tape rule!

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  3. Hehehehehehehe

    I'm in tears!!!!
    But sometimes the body type matters too
    Don't go ordering clothes that you saw on Kim Kardashian while you look like Eniola Badmus
    It just doesn't work that way.

    And am I the only one that doesn't like sewing native?
    If it's not for aso-ebi you can't find me on traditional attires
    I can count my natives and they're not more than 5.

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    1. We are on the same page. I don't have strength for tailors.

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    2. Loud it.

      The cloth can only look same if you have same body type.

      I sew cloths a lot. I like ankara short dresses.

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  4. Hahaahahaaha! But let's face it, some of the people just don't have the bodies for the styles. Had a good laugh.murderous tailors

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  5. This shit is always funny. People should get that there is a difference between a tailor and a fashion designer. I don't go passed my boundary, when I have a style I want to sew I take it to my tailor and ask her repeatedly if she can sew it. Luckily, she is honest and once she can't she tells me no but she'd do something similar In her own way. You'd carry a Vera Wang design to Iya Bidemi or obioma to sew, then blame yourself o.

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    1. You are lucky. Some will never tell you the truth..my aunt's Taylor is something else,she can never sew to her perfect style,its either its too big or too small.there's one gown she made for her,very ridiculous something. Lol

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  6. Forget Nigerian politicians.

    These people right here;Tailors are the set of people without conscience. With A1 in posting too. SMH

    #Done!IAmSooDone!

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    1. anonymous gangster26 July 2017 at 13:23

      Try me! Lol!

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    2. Promising star26 July 2017 at 14:44

      The whole pictures be looking like mummy ndioha something πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  7. OMG dont want to laugh at all.

    End time online business

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  8. For real the nonsense has got to stop

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  9. Lol@7th pics...is that camel toe or.....😁

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    Tailors. Getting a good tailor that is also efficient is a huge challenge. It's easier to make a first class from MIT than it is to get a tailor that listens sews well and keeps to deadlines.

    I can never forget my prom dress. Years ago and it still hurts. The lady who was a church member we were trying to patronise said she felt that the dress should not be sleeveless so she made "Godly" corrections to it. I wanted to die. Eventually my mum had to get me a ready made dress from a boutique but we couldn't find anything with the wow factor. I cried that day and she ruined my prom. I could not pepper all those people I planned to pepper.

    Mrs Felicia who has a daughter named Nancy that has a tailoring outfit in surulere and attends a redeemed church in magodo. Just know time has not healed this wound you caused.

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    1. Godly corrections😭😭😭😭😭😭

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  11. hahahahaha na real end time.

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  12. Im lafing soooooooooooo hard tears de commot from my eyessssssss. his is sooo funny and so true at de same time

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  13. Picture 7 really cracked me up..Jeez and to see her camel toe,he be like say plenty ''bush''dey that side..Roflmao..Lmao..Na wa oh..

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  14. Walahi
    All these tailors can frustrate somebody.

    And they will be so certain that they can sow the exact type you want. Lol

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  15. I thought this was common with only Nigerian tailors. So it happens even in"the abroad"🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  16. The 4th,6th and 7th dresses got me πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    I wish I could send mine. IG celebrity fashion designer in almighty Lagos. wehdonMaπŸ™Œ

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  18. Lol, so true. Quack tailors.

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  19. Enter your comment...lols cant stop laughing

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  20. lol d last one still make sense thou

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  21. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I am sorry for laughing but the comparison is funny!!! I had this done to me last Christmas, wanted a pantsuit got rubbish😠😠

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  22. Lmao..
    I'm still wondering why there's no emoji in this my new phone..
    #missingmyoldie

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    1. download from your app store

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    2. I had no idea I could, I'm old school like that..lol. Thanks Pipi

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  23. I can never order dresses from the internet, except its known shops like Zara, Next, M&S and the rest. If it doesn't fit well, I can atleast return.
    But you go and order a wedding dress from China for $100 with no forwarding address. pls what are you expecting ????
    You cant order wedding dress from like Galia fadh in Dubai and get that garish wedding gown. If you want quality be ready to spend money. If not manage what you see here, we actually have Naija designers that are really trying in wedding dresses, dinner gowns etc. And some are reasonable.

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  24. hahahahahaha...........tailors will not make heaven.

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  25. Hahahah.sometimes, its not the fault of the tailor,its d shape of the "wearer"

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  26. Very funny. The jumpsuit own is the most ridiculous, her carmel toe be like tortoise

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  27. Not new,even some online shops do this.

    chim-oma a.k.a. Miss Kapusu

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  29. Please shift I want to faint πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  30. Hahahaha.

    But some of them just needs lil touch. And pls, if you r fat, stop ordering clothes meant for Slim people.

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  31. Shit is soooo funny

    That camel toe though ,all out like begging niggas to come grab.

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  32. Happened to me last month. Ordinary jacket oh, showed her samples, she affirmed that she could get it done. Two days later, what I saw broke my heart. I had to change my attire for the wedding, still not funny.

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  33. Really πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„. I've experienced worse sef. My problem with them is that they will always agree that they can do it. Then later they will give you opposite. Imagine your wedding dress not being ready on your wedding day. Nigerian tailors cannot make heaven o πŸ˜„.

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  34. And they will look you in the eyes and say they can sew it!
    This is bad. I've been there.

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  35. Only God knows if there's a switch in their heads, that goes off and on.
    You get a new tailor and she's bam. You feel good and think at last, am settled with tailor ish.

    Then you get an expensive material and give to them, you will to start to blame yourself when you see the outcome.

    There's no heaven for tailors.

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  36. Dont let me start my story in the hands of carpenter turned tailors.

    The reason why I went for training in fashion designing. Now, I can make some styles for parties when chanced to do so.

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  37. This is so so funny. I can't laff...... Big disaster

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