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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Tuesday Laughs.....


43 comments:

  1. 😂😂😂😂😂
    A lot of Nigerian graduates speak like this especially ladies. They know how they pass.

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    1. i know of a girl in jst 100level and she is paying machineries to write exams for her, i wonder how she will do till finals...most graduates are just unemployable

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    2. Please it's not gender based it's both ways .
      Thank you.

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    3. No be Nigeria graduate spoke I go shitted that year?

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    4. @20:52
      The ladies have their vj to pave their way to the
      score sheets. Whether you agree or not does not
      change that. Ladies are the ones harassing lecturers
      these days..
      😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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    5. Dede Ugonna 20.30 pls its mercenary not machinery

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    6. Not even funny. Totally made up by someone trying to have a sense of humour

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    7. in school its called "MACHINERY"those who went through the nigeria educational system can relate

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    8. Dede ugonna you are a gbagaun member of this blog so shhhhhhhhhh.

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    9. Including you Dede Ugonna, it shows in your write up

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    10. Thank you for correcting the graduate.

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    11. Dede machine

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    12. Dede abeg cover face. after correcting you, you still dey argue?

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  2. Not funny, too fake 😏😏😏🤷🏾

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  3. Yaaaaaaaaaaay

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    1. They're everywhere even on this blog 😂😂😂😂

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  5. Most Poly graduate type like this.

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  6. I know of a school drop out whose English is out of this world. He's so fluent and speaks Cramer despite not completing his Education.

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    1. Well If I didn't go to university I'll still know how to speak and write well. Most times you learn that in nursery and primary school, and some learn from their parents in childhood. University is for you to learn a course that will set off your career, not for basic education.

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  7. Some BVs are so so guilty of this, & they’re the ones that troll & castigate others the more.

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  8. 😂😂😁 I want to believe it's just for fun. It can't be this bad for a graduate.

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    1. Of course it's exaggerated, but some graduates English is headache - inducing

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  9. Am guilty of this, pronouncing word is a big problem to me. The most painful part is am in the university yrs 3. Please if any body know any book that can improve my writing and. Pronouncing word she please tell me.I don care the amount, I just want to improve myself thanks all.

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    1. It's even written all over your post.

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    2. Start writing inspirational/motivational posts in SP every morning and accept in good faith whatever replies you get on your posts.It will pain you,it will pain you well well but my dear,at the end,you will learn.
      Case in point,Teejay.

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    3. Brighter Grammar can help your writing and speaking skills. I don't know what will help your pronunciation. You could try watching more British English movies. Best of luck.

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    4. You can actually use Google to help with pronunciation of words and writing too, to an extent

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    5. Celebrity party and cooperate first grade Ok gowns 07084714754 @theokclothing19 June 2019 at 00:09

      Get a primary school teacher from a good school to tutor you, pay him or her well and your grammar will improve.

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    6. There is a book titled Focus on grammar by Anne Seaton.

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  10. Awon eyan bobrisky . "my breast will not fall because they are surgery breasts"

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    1. Bob is a clown 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 love him

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    2. 🤣🤣😂🤣🤣🤣🤣😂

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  11. Too bad.u don't learn how to speak ND write correctly in uni.rather you learn in primary ND secondary schools.
    That is why it is said that the foundation of a kid sure matters alot

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  12. Sounds made up...not funny to me

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