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Friday, December 07, 2018

Boredom Eliminating Post

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    1. Why do I feel like this is targeted towards me??? Lord speak πŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΎ

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    2. Changing one's life can either be positive or negative! Someone can change your life for the best, or they change it for the worst!



      ** This also applies to politics. When politicians campaign about bringing change, please ask what kind they mean! The change that was initially promised, turned out to be the negative type.

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    3. I used to think I was too much of a package for my husband. I met him same time I met my first ever boyfriend and I was in so many wrong relationships b4 I finally decided to get married to him without even dating. He completely changed my life. I thank God that I didn’t loose him. He’s so a kind man

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  2. True to a great extent. I like to read people's experience on a topic like this.

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  3. Hmmmmmm this is really deep. Who did I meet that made me laugh

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  4. Like Charges Repel,
    Unlike Charges Attract.

    As humans, we tend to sum up people's behaviour and personalities base on our limited understanding.

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  5. πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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  6. My situation now!! Naija guys in the uk don show me pepper it my Sierra Leone guy is just everything ❣️ But I de look accent and cultural difference nd d lack of Naija swag but this guy is not abusive like d Naija guys I met that would abuse u psychologically, emotionally nd physically Kai!

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    1. Eayah sorry. I pray this guy comes out good for you

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    2. [sic.] spanner:
      "show me pepper it my Sierra Leone guy is just everything"
      Why you come carry Oyinbo dey show us pepper na?
      IT IS like you no even get puntuation for those ya yarns, abi na
      Sierra Leone you don dey speak and write?
      Carry sofly ooo

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    3. You can polish him to your taste

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    4. Anonymous .. it’s obviously a typo, I go school pass you

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  7. How can someone who's rigid, huge ego and takes everything too serious & controlling change my life. Before we get to that point of changing our fights Don scatter the friendship be it work or relationship we just won't get along.

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  8. Stella u for end the post with "discuss". πŸ˜€

    This topic brought to mind events of years past. I won't go into full details before awon satellite decoders decode me and the characters that were involved. It was a happy ending sha.

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  9. Loud it Mama! Word!!

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  10. [sic.] spanner:
    "show me pepper it my Sierra Leone guy is just everything"
    Why you come carry Oyinbo dey show us pepper na?
    IT IS like you no even get puntuation for those ya yarns, abi na
    Sierra Leone you don dey speak and write?
    Carry sofly ooo

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    1. Oh! Shut ur gutter mouth!
      Idiot!
      We've seen u, grammarian.
      Only a fool like u wouldn't know that was a typo.
      Annoying goat.

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  11. Very true oh. My boo right now,was never my type. In fact, I posted the guy for 9 years. When I finally gave up on having my own choice of men, I asked God for a man and the Holyspirit told me he would be someone I never liked but had been waiting for me all along. I jus told Him "No problem". The very next day, this guy approached me again, I prayed and I got my response. I decided to focus my time to grow with him and love him. This guy has shown me the kind of love that no man has ever shown me. Funny enough, so many ladies refused him before I came in. One even told him that if he sees someone else, he should go ahead.
    After 4 months with him, I uploaded his picture on his own whatsapp dp. Comman and see all of them rushing to come back.!πŸ˜‚.
    What's yours is yours, be careful not to look at the container than the content.

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    1. I have an elderly Aunt who told us the story of how two suitors came for her hand in marriage. She said one had a plantation and was a cocoa farmer while the other man was a trader who was privileged to visit the cities and even had transactions with white men back in the days. She was confused as to which of them to settle with as both were from good homes. In the end, her father (my grandpa) adviced they sought for the opinion of his friend who was a herbalist.This man checked and claimed the cocoa farmer had a short life span while the Trader would live long but would die in penury. The choice was hers to make. In the end they returned home and she did not choose either of them but relocated to town and settled with a different man altogether for fear of making a mistake. It has been way over 45 years now and the cocoa farmer is still very much alive with lots of grandchildren while the trader did not make it past 5 years after the consultation( he died in wealth). Incase you are thinking there was a mixup? It was accurate but God chose to defy the knowledge of man. #allknowingGod #unchangeable #destinywriterandchanger.

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    2. I have an elderly Aunt who told us the story of how two suitors came for her hand in marriage. She said one had a plantation and was a cocoa farmer while the other man was a trader who was privileged to visit the cities and even had transactions with white men back in the days. She was confused as to which of them to settle with as both were from good homes. In the end, her father (my grandpa) adviced they sought for the opinion of his friend who was a herbalist.This man checked and claimed the cocoa farmer had a short life span while the Trader would live long but would die in penury. The choice was hers to make. In the end they returned home and she did not choose either of them but relocated to town and settled with a different man altogether for fear of making a mistake. It has been way over 45 years now and the cocoa farmer is still very much alive with lots of grandchildren while the trader did not make it past 5 years after the consultation( he died in wealth). Incase you are thinking there was a mixup? It was accurate but God chose to defy the knowledge of man. #allknowingGod #unchangeable #destinywriterandchanger.

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    3. How did you get the prayer response? I'm curious

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    4. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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    5. Wow, this post just inspired me. I posted bae for about 2 years now, dated inbetween buh he was still so persistent. I have come to accept him. Looking forward to grow with him. I refuse to look at the container.

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  12. And you are left wondering if you can work it through with the language or cultural difference. Ok

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  13. True talk;
    Them fit change ya life o
    Them also fit somersault am join for you.
    E get people wey you go jam eh, ya life go just
    change from mint 1000 naira note to tattered 5 naira; that kind
    wey dey smell oil, ugba, ogiri, even some Naija babes be like say them don hide am for
    in-between them thighs for that place.. . confusion.
    Na so one man, na banker im be, well educated for our street tey tey come dey engage one
    educated homely girl like dat. Wedding date come set. Next, all we hear be say the man don do wine carrying
    like three months to im wedding o and no be to the homely educated girl wey we all sabi. Im jam one illiterate Naija babe
    like that and come change. Im come pay bride price, gba nkwu and no sabi say im don do am. Na only cry
    cry the fiancee dey cry. The day im finally wed the homely educated babe, na so mopol full everywhere.
    You no know whether na riot or wedding dey hold, cos the illiterate babe don threaten.

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  14. Yea so true... Most beautiful things of life aren't package nicely, they usually come in disguise. Years back, I dated a lady older than me with seven solid years. I learnt so many things from her, maturity, understanding, love and hardworking. She did changed my perception of life and all that. Though we parted ways but so lot of things were learnt.

    Financially, I wasn't ready at the time to settle down with her even though it hurt to see her walked away, a man got to be a man.

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    1. Ezege I'm ready to wear suit anytime you are ready

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  15. it depends on the type of change

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  16. Exactly!! I'm a living witness. I have never fancied really slim dude. But my slim dude has changed my life forever.

    Type is overrated abeg!

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  17. My husband was my senior in secondary school. I never even gave him a thought at that time I was a virgin and he was a popular guy in my secondary school way back in 19s in abuja.He finished secondary school and left no contact,no GSM then. I met another guy man who wasted my life for 8 years with nothing to show for it. Guy man was not faithful sleep with anything in skirt, he too like sex and food lol,no focus,no ambition was a graphic artist with good talent but zero morals. I left him when he got one road safety girlfriend pregnant. I focused on going back to school,raising my son. I met my husband again through old friends from our school group chat. He came back to Naija to renew his passport after living in Sweden for 4 years, we started dating he asked me to marry him. After wedding we filed for our papers, me and my son by the way he accepted my son like his own. He loves my son more than me sef. The rest is history! My ex who I wasted 8 years with is in his second marriage now after having 4 kids. Life! I thank God for where I am today. I just did a brief summary of how I reconnected with my husband. The one you don't expect is where your destiny lies.

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    1. Awwww...What a sweet love story

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    2. Wow beautiful story. Im a single mum too and my husband loves my son more than me sef...He is God sent and changed my life!

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    3. Wow. Nice!
      I'm happy for you.

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    4. Beautiful 😍😍😍

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    5. I have learnt 'NEVER SAY NEVER' in life! if we knew our future in the exact manner it was destined to unfold then, we would have no reverence for the supremacy of God. The All-knowing 'atun-te-ni-to'( the rearranger of destinies), ari-nu-ro-de-olu-mo-ero-okan (the seer of men's heart ). I hail thee father!

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    6. Wow!!!!!
      Lovely storyπŸ‘ŒπŸ‘Œ

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    7. oh wow!! the glory of the latter rain!

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    8. Thank God for your life, your story is very inspiring.

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  18. I'm happy for you Nkiru Nwachukwukwu.

    The uninformed keep saying the baby mamas ain't getting the ring....More grace to you.

    Singles like us are still hoping ooo

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  19. The way I hated Edo men,I don't date them,only igbos....until I met my husband..its was his friend that saw me and collected my number only for him to come with my husband and the rest is history... He is all I need...it is not what u want but God will give u what u need to be better

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  20. Story of my life now. Always dated rich men now I met a younger less successful but hardworking and very supportive man. He loves my child and does everything to make us happy. I fought the relationship but after a while I just allowed it and I don’t regret it.

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