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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post....




That Life is not a Bed of Roses and that we all grow up and begin to hustle...lol


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    1. Being an adult is not easy... I would have enjoyed every stage of childhood

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    2. Hello Queen Jay😘😘😘

      Hello Push Up😘😘😘

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    3. Kisses right back at you @olori

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  2. I wish I had known the Lord Jesus earlier in my life. Would have saved me from all the troubles I launched myself into due to seeking what is erroneously called fun.

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  3. That nobody really cares. When the chips are down, you only got yourself

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  4. That abortion is evil.

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    1. Thank God say you don sabi am na. If you come chegharia, Baba God dey merciful you hear.

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  5. I wish I had known that pussy is a very very lucrative business I wouldn't have been given it out for free. @Blessed Princess

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    1. ...and now you've realized, youre still begging upandown.

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    2. No be all pussy oh.
      Some de even bring misfortune for the owner.

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Stella has the best bvs.

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    4. @Naked woman
      Anything tohtoh and fork dey too sweet you.

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  6. Betrayal is real and it can't come from anyone.

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  7. If you love me prove it to me by sleeping with me....biggest scam ever. never fell for it tho but felt I was being wicked. the fear of bleeding from hymen tear was stronger than the mumu love.

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    1. Not all bleed sha.

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    2. wow!!! you knew this at that stage in your life right???? itchy fingers

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    1. @Gnm
      Shuooooooooo!
      Ya life na ojoro? How come na?
      Abeg make you come finish gist o cos be I come confuse say;
      "Jesus galfriend, rice and stew (and abroad) lover" go come dey yarn say
      her life na ojoro?

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    2. ANG hmm. I didn't permit you to view my profile.

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    3. G & M, I think I get what you mean. We never really grow up actually, we just act it & cage the children in us

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    4. @Gnm
      So you no still wan finish off that ya confusion there?
      For ya place, persin wey dey look for (abroad) wifey no dey jua ese he?
      😊😊😊😊😊

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    5. 19.24 thank you. Atimes I let the child in me out for some mins and cage it back...then switch back to adult life.


      ANG no go my profile again biko. U don go add abroad to my profile. I no send u that one.

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    6. @Gnm
      Okay o
      The girl say make I no find her again say "aka ji ya"

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  9. I wish say my neighbor been tell me say her travel na to go terminate. Fiance dump am marry im friend, she come find out say she get belle. Make you yarn ya ex wetin dey na. She talk say, she no go even allow am near the pikin lai lai. She come fool me with the travel as she sabi wetin I for tell am.

    As she enter theater, she no commot o.
    Doctors been call am DIC -Disseminated intravascular coagulopathy.
    Them finish the thing; enter womb execute baby, blood no gree clot. Them give am 4 pints, whosai. As them dey pump blood, na so the thing go dey flow away like tap water.

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    1. oh shit this is sad .

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    2. Na wa o. ANG your neighborhood is quite a dramatic place.

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    3. @Gnm
      Na when persin been get neighbors na
      These days, piple don dey face front o.
      Persin go dey drawn, you go see people dey rush
      snap am with phone instead of say make them help save am.
      Na so people dey depress upandan.
      Abeg make you go finish that confusion wey you start up there.

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    4. The doctor no sabi work. Or the pregnancy was advanced. Hope she survived it? And hope you no dey formulate these your plenty stories? Bcos God is watching you!

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    5. @Miss Aboki
      You be shoot off specialist?
      Doctor no sabi work? You don google DIC read am?
      Nigeria been get FFP; fresh frozen plasma bank?
      Common blood banks them no fit keep/maintain talk less of FFP?
      Sorry, she no survive am, she been die. That one been teach me lesson.
      If I hear say woman get belle, I dey ask questions. . . come dey ready to
      give am solution wey no include shooting off. If the persin fit born am give me sef,
      I go collect raise am. I go pay for everything by Grace of Baba God. Plenti women dey look
      for pikin them, una go dey butcher the one wey una collect.

      Persin just discover say she get belle, you dey call am "advanced?"
      Dey there dey find reasons wey you go carry do ya shoot off escapades inugo?

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    6. I swear una don craze, I don Laff tire for where I dey so tey I don wake pikin wey e take me over 1hr to rock to sleep. See my life 🀷, why una do me like this πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£

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  10. That education is not the key to success and a fulfiled life.

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  11. That Being a first child comes with alot of responsibilities

    That not all 9-5 jobs will give you happiness, sometimes your side hustle crowns your effort and become the ultimate.

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    1. Olori, don't quit ur job yet. Make sure ur business is up and flying and u have saved enough before you quit

      Peace unto you

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    2. My dear, I'm the first daughter and sometimes I just feel overwhelmed with the responsibilities I have to shoulder.

      But God has been faithful tho

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    3. Anonymous 19:36
      Thanks so much 😘😘😘

      Joy, I tell you
      Thank God for a supportive partner ♥

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    4. First born dey try sha! Well done Olori πŸ‘

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  12. That life is not a race.
    every man for himself

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  13. That being an adult comes with sooo much responsibilities πŸ˜‘

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  14. That adult life is super hard and your choice of sexuality is determined by your family, religion and society and not you.


    LEPπŸ˜›

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    1. @LEP

      Family say make you chop tohtoh remain for them, religion dey every bedroom where you lock door?
      Last last, family or religion no go follow you go see Baba God
      Na ya life, na personal race im be.

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    2. See how you just type tohtoh gbaga, no respect.

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    3. @Aboki sisi
      So na for typing una dey respect tohtoh, but for pounding, every aboki, Eze, and Kunle fit sheet there eh?

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  15. That being book smart is not a prerequisite to making it in Nigeria. would have started learning skills right from after primary school. It is well sha.

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  16. Trust no one but love everyone

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  17. I wish I had known about powerful prayers at an early age so as to be prayerful against future occurrences like late marriage, not being lucky with job search, disappointment. I mean if I had known about prayers and deliverance,I would have being very prayerful so now,I don't joke with prayers for my children. I pray towards their future so they won't experience what I experienced in life so when they are of age,they will now where to channel their prayers. I will also let them know about handiwork like tailoring which am about to learn now,hairdressing .Make them read educative books at a younger age.....hope am not going off point. Its too much housechores without a maid cause am. Abeg, make I rest small.

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    1. Yeah, you need serious prayers. Haven't you heard that God is a jealous God? How could you bring yourself to calling yourself His name. God is the only "I am". Please, make corrections.

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  18. That theres no God.
    No supernatural being watching over us.

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    1. Okay now. On that last day, when you end up in hell with Satan and his demons, you'll know what's up.

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  19. I wished I had changed my date of birth to five years younger when I was about to enter year 1
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    Now I have done service, and every job is looking for 24-25 yrs Graduate. While I'm 27.

    What do I do. Even my date of birth is on my Waec result.

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  20. I wish i had not brought my Sister and brother to Europe because they turned out be a thorn in my feet Thank God i cut them out

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  21. .....that what works for A marriage wouldnt work for B.

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  22. That after the first phase of love (butterfly in tummy).... it begins to fade.

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    1. I don't think so, the people in love relax after they have had each other. True love doesn't fade

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    2. Anon 21:45, God bless you.
      When you have true love it doesn't fade, instead it gives you peace and rest of mind.
      Thank God.

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  23. This thing called MARRIAGE

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  24. That life is not a bed of roses...

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  25. That God is always in control and there's a rainbow after the rain!

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  26. I wish I had known that love is not enough

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  27. God did infact prepare a husband for you and your womb can carry children. There was no need for me to resort to desperation and marry an utter idiot but I thank God for redeeming me and bringing His will to pass in my life.

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  28. I wish I knew God earlier and that the phrase family is everything is a scam

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    1. About family, can U explain further, please.

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    2. The most heart wrenching betrayal I have had in life is from my family, I am not one who trust easily but I trust and love my family completely and i been betrayed over and over again by my family more than anyone else in the world

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  29. That life makes no promises to you, nor does it owe you anything just because you are born into it.

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  30. I wish I had known that the world is a terrible place. People are not loyal at all.

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  31. I wish I have gone to school, get a name for my self bf getting married at the age of 18

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  32. Naija men are not worth it
    Should've married a white man

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    1. Naija women nko? It depends on your choice sorry

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    2. Aha
      Na so una go dey marriage come dey press phone dey find (abroad) horseband
      You think say white man wan marry blackey?
      Think am well.

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  33. I wish I enjoyed my childhood more!

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    1. Yea you are talking, that why I make life easy for my kids so they enjoy their childhood.

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  34. That premarital sex is a destiny killer.

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  35. I wish i had known that before a lady marries she does not have to quit her job just because she is pregnant.

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  36. I wish i had known that keeping and checking up on friends is good, i was just myself. Now that I'm married, I'm lonely. No friends

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    1. Pls dear, make new friends, loneliness is actually a disease... getting to know new people is fun, there's a sweet kinda mystery to it

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  37. I wish I had known that poverty humbles personality.

    I wish I had married a white guy or a rich black man.

    I wish I knew that life ain't that easy.

    I wish I had known that education is a complete waste of time and money.


    I wish I knew that I'm talking off point.

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  38. I wish I was independent before marriage

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  39. That true love is most times selfish. You give only when you want/need

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  40. I wish I had known that marrying a man 15 years older isn't cool, especially when he is a control freak who believes you will never grow up plus he is broke.

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  41. I wish I knew God earlier, I wish I didn’t have to fear much about life, I wish I didn’t live fake life, extravagant life, I wish am always contented with what I have before now but in all . I thank God

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  42. Black men r useless & black people have very wicked mindset.

    Nigerian families r very toxic & best to keep them at arm's length.

    Education doesn't guarantee success in term of economic advancement & stability in life!

    Run far & remove yourself quickly from anyone or entities that doubt u, frustrate ur best efforts in life or always enjoy to minimize u & diminish ur capacity.

    Sex is not love! Love is not sex!

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  43. I wish I had accept Jesus Christ at early stage of my life

    I wish I had learn a trade.

    I wish had realise my self worth

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  44. That I was free and still young to pursue my dreams rather than settle for jobs I didn't want. Thank God I still am now even in my thirties but I wasted so much time in my twenties.
    If you're in your twenties, learn from this.

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  45. That motherhood will change my life completely

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