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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Sunday In House Gist -Do's And Don'ts On Sundays In Nigeria

There are some things we are expected not to do or do on Sundays!...Well,I mean the Nigerian way.





Nigerians are very HOLY on Sundays and do not cuss at all,they bless you act all nice and come for your Balls the next day...LOL


Most Nigerians cook rice on Sunday..It's a done deal!


What else?

33 comments:

  1. We dont work on Sundays, most businesses are also closed.

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    1. Make una forget that thing

      Girls f8ck most on Sundays
      As soon as they drop their bibles or chaplets
      some of them they carry bible enter boyfriend or "chief" house self
      go open legs and collect curses.

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    2. Lmsao! Even oga pastor get his dick sucked B/A every sevices

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    3. You must cook rice on Sunday

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    4. Yam/bread and egg for breakfast
      Jollofrice for lunch.
      Pancake for snacks in the evening.
      Anything for dinner.
      I have started it with my own family too, though my son and husband can't stand yam but it has come to stay.
      Miss my mama, may her beautiful soul continue to rest in perfect peace.

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  2. Sundays you go visiting families

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  3. Yes o that rice cooking is so true. Our sundays at home while growing up was never complete without eating white rice and stew with better chilled Coca-Cola, lol

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  4. I don't have any. All my days are spontaneous

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  5. Visit man on sunday after church...lol

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    1. Yes, that's being realistic
      All these "observation of Sundays"
      for most girls ends in the church
      But as the scripture says, the Lord knows those that are his, and those that name the name of the Lord should depart from iniquity!

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  6. No love making
    No gossip
    No fighting...continues on monday.

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    1. Na lie, no Sunday love making plenty!

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  7. I am eating rice with vegetable stew now.

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  8. I'll rather comment on 'donts' on Saturday...... I hv this friend,her hubby forbids Saturday night gbenshing bcx he's a minister in his church. According to him,u must keep urself holy for Sunday service

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    1. Lol yimu. My husband is the head of the technical department so he leaves home 6am while I join him by 8. 5am when he wakes up, he wakes me up either by sucking breast, pwessing bom bom or fingering followed by sex when I wake. This is our Sunday morning ritual.

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    2. Lol @keep urself holy on Sunday. Conji shld not just hold the woman on Saturday o.

      We must cook rice and stew on sundays.

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    3. @pinky u mean every blessed Sunday?πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ

      @sandy yo still waiting for my cakeπŸ˜‚

      @justysweet she told me bcx of d conji matter but he seems so strong with his decision not considering his wife's feelings

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    4. My husband can't try it. We're married for crying out loud

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  9. They play gospel music on Sundays only..

    Why, just this morning, I experienced the Sunday Sunday thing..

    Just this morning I went to grind tomatoes, and just cos its Sunday, there was a small queue formed there.normally I hate grinding in the market, prefer using the blender at home, but NEPA was great as usual.
    This lady came from nowhere claiming she was there before me even though no one saw her come in before.
    And when she saw I wasn't entertaining her, she started saying stuff like'thank your God its Sunday,if not, bla bla bla..'

    I was just there smiling and shaking my head..
    If only she knew that even if she comes at me on Monday, I won't entertain her still..
    When you cuss and enter the market, you are done for.

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  10. No sex on Sundays. Gospel Music must be played on sundays

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  11. Yes ooo, i so agree with you on Sunday Sunday Rice thing, our Sunday is never complete without rice, be it white rice and stew, jollof rice and plantain,fried rice and salad or coconut rice... step down with any drink of your choice....😜😜

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  12. For me I don't wash clothes on Sunday.Rice is a very important part of Sunday activities

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  13. Na Sunday I dy do my own sex ooo

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  14. #People can say anything about you, but only you know the truth*

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  15. Dont call someone on Sunday morning. Even if you are not a church goer, dont expect everyone else to be holigan like you. If its emergency, send Sms. The person will see it at appropriate time.
    I hate my phone ringing on Sunday morning. On the other hand, i do Sunday Sunday Coconut Rice with Carrot,green pepper, cabbage & goat meat. I drink wine on Sunday to relax me against Monday work. I go to the saloon on Sundays

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  16. Sunday morning yam and egg stew, afternoon jollof rice I don’t emember what we had for dinner then. Then after church while waiting for the parents usually mum to finish her meeting we get walls icecream Choi good old days. Now for me Sunday is Long! ritual is church,every other Sunday, brunch , and trying to find something to keep my Son busy

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  17. I must gbensed oo, who nor like early moi moi.
    Take it from the back while standingπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  18. Most people don't open their shop on Sunday....

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  19. Sunday evenings, wine wine wine 🍷

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