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Wednesday, April 03, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post


German Language...

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  1. Ofcourse you would love German language. That language that sounds like where they are driving locomotive engine.

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    1. Hausa. Wish I can learn it.

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    2. Tessbaby come let me teach you.

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    3. Come lemme teach you.
      If you see someone in the morning tell them buro ubanka sir/ma😁😁

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    4. I speak idoma, but will love to learn igbo and Hausa

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    5. Miss Aboki, shey you think you are the only one who speaks Hausa here ko? Pls don't take her advice.

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  3. I love the Yoruba language. I'm Igbo and I'm glad I can speak it well.

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  4. Princess intelligentsia aka daughter of Grace3 April 2019 at 18:07

    Spanish.. So romantic and sweet.

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  5. Francais. So romantic to listen to especially when spoken by native speakers. langue orgasmic😍😍😍

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    1. Everything gives you orgasm?
      Language orgasm
      Food orgasm
      credit alert orgasm
      seeing a man orgasm
      hearing a man's voice orgasm
      Having doggy style orgasm
      licking orgasm
      Seeing dollar notes orgasm
      Babe, do you have PGAD -persistent genital arousal disorder?

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    2. 18.45 Lmao🀣🀣🀣🀣 of course, even ur comment under mine gives me orgasm...biko get lost!

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    3. Since my comments give you orgasm, I decided to comment again so that you will have orgasm again. Since sex and orgasm is your handiwork, from today, I will be commenting under your comments. You like the orgasm, don't you?

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    4. Persistent genital arousal disorderπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    5. 19.52 mtcheeeeeeeeew! No orgasm,,,i feel irritated already.πŸ€’πŸ€’πŸ˜·πŸ€•

      20.11 what's funny??πŸ™„ dont let me stuff old newspapers in that ur big,wide-large mouth.

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    6. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      You mean your vj is irritated? You sure have persisted genital arousal disorder

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  6. Money... money speaks volumes lol

    On a more serious note,I'm obsessed with Français.

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    1. I wish I speak Hausa well
      I understand just the basics like Ruwa,Yaya Mata, yaro,saanu daike,nagode,yarinya.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  8. I love hausa language but don't know how to speak it.

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  9. Spanish and Hausa too.
    Would love to learn both.

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  10. Bini....if you know you know...people say I don't look like a bini girl😁😁😁 I be confirm oviedo kpataki, we dey vulo the language anyhow...you cannot watch bini drama and not laugh. Especially the drama that's got Akobe eghian (that guy na correct comedian)😁😁😁

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    1. Akobe eghian is too raw abeg😩😩😩😩

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  11. Anambra Igbo..it sounds sexy....'lachapu' hehehe

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    1. As in eeh @Becky. Anambra Igbo is the truth...Iso na ife anaemeπŸ‘πŸ‘

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    2. @Becky
      Everything is sexy to you. The only word you like in Anambra Igbo is the one that concerns sex. The thoroughfare through that your vj must be terrible.

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  12. French is such a romantic language but I love my Igbo

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  13. The language I love most is Igbo language

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  14. Oush assh yea yea, give it to me, harder yes yes yes, right their right their, keep going, dont stop dont stop... Thats the language I like the most you feel me? If u know you know

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  15. Idoma language.

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  16. Arab and l speak and write it fluently

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  17. I'm Yoruba, but I love Igbo language, it sounds sexy to me, I wish I can speak it

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  18. Igbo language as in Igbo language anytime any day. Even in my next world na Igbo person I go be

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  19. I love igbo
    Would really love to learn someday

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  20. Yaba left escapee3 April 2019 at 18:36

    Language of Mordor

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  21. French I luv the way theirry Henry speaks but I am so cool with na mother tongue yorubaski

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  22. Locally, i wish i can speak Yoruba
    Foreign--Spanish

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  23. I speak Igbira.
    Stella, do you speak Igbo?

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  24. I am Ibo, but wish i can learn Hausa. The language sounds so porsh.

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    1. Dan Allah?!πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ€—

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    2. Me too!,I really wish I can speak Hausa.

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    3. GM Allah sariki.. ##i dont even know the meaning of what i just said##

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  25. I'm Yoruba but the language I love most is the heavenly language, If you know you know.

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    1. Please what language is the heavenly language?

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    2. Mama Mia... Speaking in tongues

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  26. Spanish. Wish I can speak it.

    I love Yoruba too.

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  27. Italian language

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  28. French.
    Second option would be Arabic.

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  29. Send your acc number, thats my best language

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    1. Me too. Money the best language in the world

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  30. Hausa but I can’t speak it.. love my dialect ‘Itsekiri’ too

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  31. I love my dialect.
    French
    Italiano
    Spanish.

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  32. i will love to learn hausa...no one ones to learn efik....calabar language

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  33. Spanish.
    I love French too. I understood the language back in secondary school, but now, I'm kind of rusty.

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  34. The only language I can speak fluently is sex...goodevening all😌😌😌😌

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  35. Mine is Isoko from Delta state.
    If you ever lived among them, you understand why.

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  36. I love my language Efik

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  37. French....the way they will now say mon cheri.haha..aproko queen so u are bini? And have beenlooking for fellow bini gals

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  38. English English English. It's that language that has taken and still takes from other languages.
    Has a very wide vocabulary, several synonyms for every word. Plus it gets words added to it all the time. I call it the complete language.

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  39. Afizere ( Jarawa) language, Jos Plateau state Nigeria

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  40. Bini an ibibio
    My husband will teach me how to speak Italian

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