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Saturday, May 18, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post...



Snakes,Cockroach,Spider,Mathematics....

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    1. Fridays...... Because due to the fact that schools close by 1pm, I always find the spare time to get into one small trouble or the other and end up getting flogged.

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    2. nothing really, nothing

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    3. Dog... till tomorrow.

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  2. Ghost
    Rats
    Injection

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    1. Ghost afraid of ghosts? 😯😯

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. i so hated going to school because of one guy in my class called eric, i always fall sick on Sunday evening cos Monday is school.Till date, i still don't like the name eric.

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    1. I am still afraid of darkness. I like to see anything and everything around me. I can’t sleep if there is no hint of light. Even if it is phone light.

      I have always been scared of dogs. I did mistake my telling a girlfriend about this weakness. She unlocked my phone and saw one girl I had been scoping that’s how she waited one day when I was relaxed and released her dog. I had to climb door and was screaming from there till neighbors came to help me. Up till today, my first date question is ‘do you have pets?’ If the answer is yes it’s bye bye from me. I don’t even want to know what type of pet it is.

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    2. LolπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚... rabbit nko?

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    3. Darkness, hearing of someones death and black and white photos especially of old people. The fear of black and white photos of old people has been the beginning of wisdom for me till date...

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    4. πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜… that babe though.

      I am ok with darkness now,I can't sleep with light on.

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  4. Clowns, cobwebs,animals and humans still scared of them as an adult

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    1. πŸ•ΈπŸ…πŸ†πŸ‚πŸ„πŸ•πŸ¦πŸ― humans?

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  5. When I was a kid I was scared of cobweb

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  6. I am still scared of spider ohhh

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  7. I was scared of women with bears

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  8. I was very scared of earthworms

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  9. Masquerade. If you do something wrong, my mum will threaten you with masquerade.
    P:S I grew up in the village

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    1. This, I was so scared of them, if they are passing by our gate we would be crying.

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  10. My father!!!!

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  11. Darkness

    Horror movies eg Ayamatanga, ishawuru( not sure of d spellings) etc

    Violence...till now.

    Wall gecko...not until one jumped on my back last year when I visited a friend...thinking it was something else. Didnt know it was gecko. The funny thing was that i never bothered to check what fell on my back not after some mins. I shrugged off my back and behold a gecko flew down. I wailed and wailed and refused to be consoled. πŸ˜€

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    1. Pastor GnM scared of mount Zion films?

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    3. they say 'embrace yoh fear. turned out yours embraced You instead, as the poor thing only wanted to reconcile with you, but rather, you rebuffed it. How rude!

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    4. Pastor?
      You are joking right?

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    5. Lol Mr Simeon πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚ πŸ˜‚
      Indeed,how rude!🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    6. I fear people who talk about God but love doggy style when they are not married..

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  12. Snakes, rats ( even till now sef. We never had rats inside cos my mum was scared of it too and we ensured it never came anywhere around us.
    Being flogged. .

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  13. Willy willy.
    I am still afraid of willy willy.

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    1. 🀣 The actor who played that character was my lecturer at some point in UNI.
      You're in Port Harcourt right? Go to Uniport, ask, you'll most definitely see him.

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    2. Why would I want to see willy willy?I bind!I cast!Fire!
      The worst thing that would happen today is if PHED strikes in the middle of the night.
      God help me.

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    3. ShiningLongrich,very scared

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  14. my mum. That's why I turned to a rebellious child. Now that I make my money, I no send her again.

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    1. Stories like this break my heart.
      Please forgiveness is the way forward regardless.

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  15. That Late kola olawuyi programme.... "Nkan Nbe"
    Every Friday night was a night mare and my parents won't carry it over. Choi

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  16. Lizards, rats,geckos, drugs,ghosts.

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    1. Hard girl, bed breaker.... wall geckos show you begin tremble like
      akwukwu eh nyanyi Pharisee?
      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. πŸ¦ŽπŸ€πŸπŸ‘»πŸ’Š

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  17. Breast
    I thought I’d never be able to see the ground while walkingπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Princess Sarah18 May 2019 at 18:53

      Hahahaha. Na mountain abi wetin ?

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    2. Princess Sarah18 May 2019 at 18:55

      Millipedes and centipedes and other caterpillars even up till now.

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    3. @sarah πŸ›πŸ›πŸ›

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  18. Ghost, darkness, Chemistry.

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  19. Cockroaches and snakes, still afraid of them...

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  20. Ghosts. Till date

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  21. My father
    Incredible hulk
    My father again!

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  22. Darkness.and to go to bed

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  23. Darkness

    Hearing someone snoring while sleeping

    Mathematics and its teacher

    Ghost story

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  24. Yaba left escapee18 May 2019 at 18:35

    Speaking or dancing in public...
    Hell, i still got stage fright. πŸ˜‚

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    1. Same here. I can try to speak but you'll never catch me dancing in public. Never.😁 funny though, when I tell people I have stage fright, the don't believe me🚢🚢

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    2. Public speaking is my forte!!!
      Yaba right, I think I know your type.

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  25. A certain man that lived on our street. He looked like a chimp.

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣
      In my own case, as a kid, I recall being chased by an imbecile who lived a few blocks from my house.
      Please I don't mean to sound insensitive, but each time he sees me, he gets up from his floor spot and glides to me. He did that so fast. It was scary for me as a kid. That was in town.
      Holiday seasons in the village, another that goes by the name Mbama would chase me with his left wrist pressed against his chest and saliva drooling over his face.
      It was a scary sight for me.
      The last Te r is dead, but the former? We relocated.

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    2. There's something in U dat draws dem close...

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    1. I no see cockroach, manage the sister πŸ¦‚πŸ¦‚

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    2. Cyclone, your trolling is on fleek tonight🀣🀣🀣

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  27. Fear is a killer. I am afraid of so many things its sickening.

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  28. Step mum
    Step mum
    Step mum

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  29. Serious note: all the men around me while growing up.

    Lighter note: Monday morning assembly as a kid because my hair was never neat and my grand mum refused to let them cut it. It would never hold braids and will loosen easily. My hair was always a mess. I would dread the rough dragging and public beating so every Monday morning I will hide and roam town and go by break time. That way I’ll join kids who stepped out to buy snacks. They day I was caught was the day my tushy will never forget. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Eventually I cut my hair myself (the slaps I received that day) and walked about with little tight curls till I was a teen.

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  30. School ,due to mean teachers... fear of the unknown,whenever I'm returning home ,I usually have the weird feeling that I might get home to hear a bad news.

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    1. I seem to be d only one who understands U...

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  31. Lady koi koi, mammy water, ojuju calabar,

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  33. That Willy Willy program on RSTV.

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  34. loosing my virginity

    bibilomo

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  35. Wetin I dey fear?
    I dey fear Naija Pharisee girls with a loaded gun.😯😯
    So how come them be my friends?
    Ajuju ajuo.

    😜😜😜😜😜😜

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  36. Darkness and one dark man that was a wizard...if you meet him on the street at night,better pray well cos if not,he will come and oppress you at midnight. Heard he has died with his wizardry

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  37. Darkness, snakes, speaking in public. I've overcome stage fright.

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  38. I hated sleeping in the dark
    Would always imagine someone standing by the door or the corner of the room
    And centipedes or anything crawling, even till now, still freaks me out

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  39. most creeping creepy creatures. chances of me running from a snake now is slim though. We all gonna outgrow our fears one way or the other.

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  40. Earthworms.. Till date.

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    1. 😁😁. I was gonna send you an earthworm emoji and watch you run. fortunately, there ain't any

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    2. 😁. someone just panic smashed his phone

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  41. My dad and his reign of terror. The guy was and still is a psycho.

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  42. My mother. I have never been any woman as harsh as mother.
    Till today can't stabd her.

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  43. Cockroaches, lizards and darkness. At least, I see these ones everyday.

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  44. Mine is snake. When I went to the village and they said let's go to farm to root cassava. My mind is snake ooo

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  45. The picture of Jesus Christ and the moon.

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  46. I was afraid of myself bcoz I wished to kill

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  47. Darkness, snakes, empty houses.

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  48. Boys,boys,boys.....they always oppressed me at any slightest opportunity...so I dreaded them

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  49. Staying in darkness
    Movie πŸŽ₯ “karashika “and Nneka
    Snake
    Masquerade
    Burial
    And my mom🀩

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  51. Injection!
    Seeing them prepare it alone gives me goose bumps.

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    1. I am still scared of injection till date... Anyone that will inject me need to be patient cos my drama no be here

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  52. Celebrity party and cooperate first grade Ok gowns 07084714754 @theokclothing18 May 2019 at 20:37

    Snakes, darkness or being alone even at noon, then the big one Injection.At age 5 I pulled down a 7 feet cabinet filled with hospital cards cos I wanted to escape injection, lolll.

    I'm still scared of injection till date.

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  53. Snakes
    Earthworms
    My dad
    Injection
    My blood

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  54. Mine is whenever I am pregnant, that thought that I am carrying a human being in my Tommy...heaven..gosh..so creepy,half of my pregnancy stages are spent on bed rest in the hospital,my husband tire for me.
    I have 4 now and no more. ..if then I knew about surrogate. Damn!!!I will not carry anyone of them..I can't deal.
    Human living and growing in you,women God bless us,if anyman of human hurts you,I have the secret to a big curse.
    1-touch your womb,call his name and have a very good imagination of him or picture of him if you might be distracted.
    Touch your tunnel AKA vagina
    Take 3 deep breath and say whatever
    Thus will only work if you are a saint oh

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    1. Una go dey fear belle
      Una go dey fear pikin
      But una no go fear to sneak out for night steal fork?
      Una no go fear God when una load gun to shoot off.
      That ya "tunnel", na tunnel where pipes dey travel waka?
      😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲😲
      Okwa ajuju ka m juru?


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  55. Was afraid of seeing all these obituary posters or announcement on TV then. I have an overactive imagination, so after seeing such I get very afraid when I'm alone. Esp when my mum sends me to buy something and there's no light. I always imagine "their spirit" lol, if you see the way I run down the stairs or beg someone to follow me eh, you'll think the spirits are after me true true. Now I'm not so afraid of the dark but I still hate horror movies. Horror movies even nollywood ones gave me nightmares when I was a child , so I close my eyes once anything horror comes up on TV.....even up till now.

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  56. Obituary posters? Lmfao

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  57. Cockroaches
    Cockroaches
    Cockroaches
    Even the dead ones😒

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  58. Drainages. Still have phobia no matter how narrow it is.

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  59. Cockroach, Banana/Plantain trees, and Graves

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  60. Ybl I love u😍

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  61. Scared of being deworm, because live worms do come out anytime i popooh

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  62. Was only scared of kissing😘😘😘😘😘😘😘

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  63. was really scared of Darkness, when I heard someone I knew died (that was the highest), and that movie then Hawai or so can't remember. lols

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  64. Boys making fun of me! While I walk the street thank God cos that almost made me have low self esteem, thank God for my mom she will go to warn those boys

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  65. Enclosed spaces, I couldn't enter elevators (lift) alone, but l'm overcoming the fear now. lol πŸ˜‚.

    Another, is height. Till date I'm scared of height.

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  66. As a toddler it was this inflatable big sized Rabbit toy, OMG ! as soon as my mum or aunt, placed that thing on the doorway, nothing made us pass by it, and the sight alone made us cry.
    Then snakes, scorpions and bees, will forever scare me.

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