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Saturday, May 25, 2019

Boredom Eliminating Post



John Grisham -The Client

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  1. Ghost buster

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    1. The subtle way of not giving a fuck....Mark Marson

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    2. How foolishness saved my life

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    3. Long walk home by Busola Davis

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    4. The alchemist by Paulo cello.

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    5. The Love Poems of Rumi translated by Deepak Chopra.

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    6. rage of Angels - Sydney Sheldon

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    7. The fishermen. I can't remember the name of the author but it's by a Nigerian. This book was so emotional and so descriptive. I'll recommend anyday and anytime. I even cried whilst reading it.

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    8. The fishermen is by Obioma Chigozie.It was heart-rending . Try Orchestra of Minorities by same author.I enjoyed it.

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    9. Instrument flying handbook.....

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    10. Born a crime by trevor noah


      The real tess-baby

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  2. S is for silence.....sue grafton

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    1. The Zahir by Paulo Coelho

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    2. I so much love that book. I read it every year

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    3. Another "Love" ID? I think i'd have to change my name here, there re 3 of us bearing this ID already, if i'm not mistaken...

      Anyway Hi Love 19:54, I was shocked to read ur comment, because I know I didn't type it.lol

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    4. I don leave Zeuz for them. Very annoying set of bvs

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  3. The seven spirits of God - Pst Chris Oyakhilome.

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  4. Master of the game: Sidney Sheldon

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  5. Who else hates reading like me?

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    1. Shooter baby😍😍

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    2. Ahaaaaaaaa Shooter (off)
      don remove Pharisee skirt

      😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    3. Fan....😘😘

      ANG you're not serious🀣🀣🀣

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    4. May God help us.
      Stella Periscope English for Basic one. Lol
      We just finish doing homework.

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    5. We are in same boat bikooo.🀣

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  6. Ali Land - Good me, Bad me

    Last book i read.
    I skipped. I always skip, bad habit.

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  7. Art of seduction by Robert Greene... It's fascinating!

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    1. I know say na that kin (side chick) book you go dey jack.
      😊😊

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    2. ANG seduction is not a thing for only side chics, U know? Except U want me to believe U don't seduce ur DH?
      Ajuju nese okwu? Lol

      Yea Shooter gyal, it's indeed an interesting read...

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    3. @Love
      Ajuju gi adighi ese okwu ma ncha!
      I don't need to seduce my DH
      Of all the girls wey dey uwa nile, na me he choose.
      My smooth nyansh does the miracle every time I need legitimate imagonu 😜😜
      People wey dey seduce na people wey no get the proper configurations (and omume; character)
      Chai, you don make me supu oyinbo.
      😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    4. ANG you are just rigid, you need to learn spontaneity, boring doesn't work for a healthy marriage, smooth nyansh or not! Try seduction once in a while, come back here and tell us how far.

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    5. See this bush woman oo! Do you even know the meaning of seduction. I dey seduce my husband weneva him dey vex for me. I love that man die!

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    6. Lmao... Kai! It's well oo...

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    7. @22:36
      At least you don confess say you dey always make ya
      horseband vex as a pro nagging Naija girl?
      How many gap teeth im don carry upper cut create for ya mouth?
      Ajuju ajuoo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    8. All these ghosts from the graveyard wey dey ambush me na because
      I yarn say my smooth nyansh is enough for dear hubby to grab,
      no need for seductions.
      See me see wahala o πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      I complain to you say my smooth nyansh no dey generate spontaneous current?
      Okay, you just learn that word "spontaneity" and wan practice am on top
      my comment?
      Una dey practice SEDUCTION for snatching people's husband; chikina!
      Nne eh, make I leave you as oga don dey grab the smooth imagonu....
      πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  8. things fall apart... Chinualumogu Achebe

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    1. Things fall apart by Chinua Achebe and Girl by Jamaica Kincaid.

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    2. @Augustina
      The Chinua wey you read for primary school Okwa ya?
      Yarn us how many dozens of pictures wey you don upload today for social mmebi.

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  9. Sidney Sheldon: Doomsday Conspiracy

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  10. Yaba left escapee25 May 2019 at 18:12

    The Secret and Power by Rhonda byrne

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  11. Its been long I read all chapters in a book. I have become so lazy in reading books for some time now and really wish I could go back to those reading days I would finish a book in just three days no matter the volume.

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    1. I like am say Pharisee TJ commot Pharisee garments today.
      Ahaaaaaaa, e good to dey talk true
      No be all these girls wey go run go google
      type books, copy list come paste am here

      😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏😏

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  12. That would be the good old days,when I enjoyed reading. I had a lot,but let me pick Shirley Busbee.

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  13. Becoming by Mitchell Obama

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  14. Every one worth knowing.

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  15. Cypress Grove by James Sallis.

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  16. 99 days in Agege by a Ghananian
    Talking about the "Ghana must go" crisis in Nigeria.

    The problem is that Naija girls no dey read again.
    All nights, no sleep, pressing phones hunting horsebands for
    social mmebi.
    All day, sleep, fork, social mmebi gossips and hunting continues.
    Wawu... all these girls wey don list a full library say them read
    Na for elementary school una read am abi na for dream?
    Ajuo m ajuju o? 😊😊😊😊😊😊
    Una don finish social mmebi and Nollyworms before una talk about
    books? 😜😜😜😜😜

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    1. Is this platform not among the social media? Pls stop pointing one finger at people bcos the remaining four point at you

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    2. @20:47
      At least, I no dey come here hunt
      and upload dozens of pictures in one day (at the expense of my children)
      I dey come here read news and correct my friends -the Naija girls (like you)
      by the Grace of God...😊😊😊😊

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  17. The Book of Isaiah chapters 39 to 40
    They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength...
    The word of God dey sweet.

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  18. The tooth under the pillow.

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  19. the most powerful idea in the world by William Rosen. I skipped some unnecessary parts

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  20. Beloved by Toni Morrison

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    1. 'We die.That may be the meaning of life.But we do language.That may be the measure of our lives'

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    2. Deep book

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  21. I do not come to you by chance- Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani

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    1. I love this book ehn.
      I love the Character Cash Daddy too

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    2. I second that. Hilarious book, cash daddy haha. I still have my copy.

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  22. 48 laws of power, Robert Greene.

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    1. I love to read books from Robert, his ideas re generally practical, effective & interesting...

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    2. I bought this book but couldn't read past a few pages, I found it too manipulative.

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  23. I, Lucifer by Glen Duncan.

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  24. Yaaaaaay!!!, my favourite is here. I just finished reading Jack Canfield's ' Chicken Soup For The Christian Soul and 'The Secret' by Rhonda Byrne. P.S , I don't read one book at once, I read several.

    Currently reading 'Full Circle by Danielle Steel and 'Woman Thou Art Loosed by T. D JAKES.

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    1. Nice one Twins Squared.
      That's how I watch series. I don't watch one, I watch like three at a time. I just take note of the last episode I saw and switch to the other.

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  25. Long walk to freedom by Nelson Mandela.

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  26. The Bible. Malachi 1:1-14

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  27. The Atonement Child by Francine Rivers.

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    1. That book was so touching, brought tears to my eyes a couple of times as I read. Joe was an epitome of true love. I love all her novels.

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  28. The Devil's teardrop by Jeffrey Deaver.

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  29. Dr Sleep by Stephen King. My mum seized it by 2am when I wouldn't sleep and hid it. I found it 2 days later & read it some more. I love Stephen King.

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  30. The Mafia Manager by 'V'

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  31. May God help me. To read book nowadays go just tire me. Those days of M&B, silhouette and co, I will even be frying plantain and reading. Now, reading interest has gone out through the window.

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  32. Don't be silly Mr. Twiddle- Enid Blyton

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  33. What is a book?
    I have forgotten.😩😩😩😩

    I read the ebook version of SmartMoneyWoman and I only got to read each chapter during my doctor’s appointments.

    Half of a yellow sun(hardback) was never finished until I returned to the owner.

    The long and short of my little story is that I finished books in my previous life.
    Thanks for coming to my Ted talk🚢🏻‍♀️🚢🏻‍♀️🚢🏻‍♀️

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    1. LMAO @Thanks for coming to my Ted talk.

      How are you doing, iphie? Guess who!

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    2. Lol@TED talk.

      It was because of you I read Smart Money Woman.Infact you asked me to read it when I inadvertently exposed how financially irresponsible I was.You encouraged me(as if you could sense I needed the push).In a way,you taught me financial responsibility and I couldn't be more grateful.

      Okay.That was my own TED talk.
      Lol....

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    3. I like Iphie dearie, she helped me carry on with life with her posts. Love you stupid.

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    4. Anon I am lousy with guesses!!! Tell me plssssssss😭😭😭 Pretty pls. Will come back to check.πŸ’ƒπŸΌ

      Kami, REALLY?? Thanksssss!! Can you tell that I am blushing?😁😁😁😁

      Anon, Now I might just cry. Guys, Stop flattering meeeeeee😩😩😩😩😩

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  34. The last letter from your lover...Jojo Moyes. If you haven’t read this,then I recommend

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    1. I haven't recovered from Me Before You. I don't think I can handle Jojo Moyes yet.

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    2. I cry everytime I read me before you

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  35. All James Hadley Chase Novel I have read.
    Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
    I just finished reading TREVOR NOAH'S Born A Crime, very interesting too.
    John Grisham's novels I have read too.

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    1. I can bet you failed English in school...

      'Last book you read without skipping a page' not the 4 books you've read in your life

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    2. Sorry to disappoint you, I never failed English Language in School.
      May be you did, I listed only two books and mentioned four authors.

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  36. You can download Trevor Noah's book on Anybook App

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  37. Enter your comment... THE CLIENT by John Grisham

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  38. Purple hibiscus by Chimamanda Adichie
    Fifty shades of grey

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  39. Zoya by Danielle Steel

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    1. oh my Zoya and Misery by Danielle Steel ,I never drop that book till the end .Then wicked pleasure ,unforgiven sin by Penny Vincenza.

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  40. If Tomorrow Comes - Sidney Sheldon

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  41. Pretty kiss πŸ’‹25 May 2019 at 21:01

    My hero.

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  42. Born A Crime. Trevor Noah.
    Now reading "The Handmaid's Tale". Margaret Atwood.

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    1. Joyce ko, Eka ni.
      Joys of motherhood

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  44. Pride and prejudice by Jane Austin
    James Hadley Chase.

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  45. Sons of Encouragement (Francine Rivers)
    More than Enough (Dave Ramsey)

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  46. Enter your comment...Dreams from my Father by Barack Obama

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  47. Lie to me, Dan by Longrin Wetten

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  48. Joys of Motherhood- Buchi Emecheta for the upteenth time. The ending always makes me reflect.

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  49. Alternative Facts25 May 2019 at 23:33

    Store Formula by Jon Mac

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  50. The Scarlet Imposter by Dennis Wheatley

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  51. Silent Treatment by Micheal Palmer
    The Godfather, Omerta by Mario Puzo

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