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Sunday, August 09, 2020

Laugh Out Loud....

Hehehehehehehehehehhe I had this shimi in black ooooh......




51 comments:

  1. 不不不不不 gallant solider

    I still see it in the market.

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    1. Rest in piece ke? I still have the half and full one oh. Some clothes you just have to use it.

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    2. This post jst reminds me of my old school days of boarding... hmmm... you must buy and wear this shimi as part of the boarding items.., good memory back then, after 15years of graduating from sec sch... I jst gave the new one mumcy bought me to her and she was so surprised... like since 15 yrs?!!!!really...

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    3. 不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不不予予予不不不不不不不不

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    4. I still wear them o. Most especially to work.

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    5. I had the black one.....I hated wearing it....it's still in the market though

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  2. As in eeh. People no dey wear pant again.

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  3. Abeg o I still want to buy it because some of these tailors will just use one yeye transparent material as 'landing' only for someone to tell you that your cloths is too transparent...

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    1. If youre in Lagos, go to Idumota, just at the foot of the pedestrian bridge. E bokt der both the lacey cotton type and nylon type in diff colours (black&white)

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    2. Anon that’s why she put the landing in quotation marks

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  4. When decency was the order of the day. I weep for the world.

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  5. That means ladies no longer dress like ladies. They hardly wear under pant.
    Every private part including vagina is
    now public-private partnership; goes to the highest bidder. In fact, most times, no bid at all.
    To me, "shimi" -waist slip is not dead. I still put it on with pride.
    I am married, with kids. Have a huge backside. But my private parts are
    for my husband and him alone!

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  6. Rest in peace ke. We still dey use o

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  7. But for me, I don't feel comfortable not putting it on, especially when I wear a chiffon dress.
    I have to do my part to dress decently.

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  8. Hahaha hahaha hahaha hahahaha hahahaha...

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  9. Lol
    Continue to rest in peace half shimi

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    1. Me too o . I guess I'm not so "modern"仄

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  11. I think my mom still has a black one. She uses it when she's dressing in all those thick wrappers.

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  12. Some ladies/women still wear it. Still in the market.

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  13. I still have both the half and the full shimi, the type and nature of the cloth will determine the one to wear.

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  14. LMAO... I still have and wear oooo

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  15. Very useful something. I prefer the other type though like a dress. In those days we will wear pants and still wear tights, oh well, times have changed.

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  16. My mum still have both the full and half.

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  17. 不不不不不不不不不不 whosoever wrote this mad gan... Gosh!!!!!

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  18. Those days in the boarding house, my shimi lace must show

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  19. I never liked this Shimi, I prefer tights and I still wear them till tomorrow

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  20. Kaiii , this thing disgrace me for secondary school Ehennn休休

    Am always the last to know that my "Nigeria akala Africa"

    Till I decided to always wear the full one.
    love you full and half shimi

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  21. Shimi dat I have like 4 sef. White and Black for Native wear and I will still wear pant and tight. I really don't know how ladies get comfortable not putting on under wears.

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    1. Wear shimi pant and tight at the same time, pls let that place breath i beg you

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    2. Anonymous 23:53,
      Abeg no wound me with laughter here ooooo.

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  22. This one na real throw back something,I dare not dress up to go out and not wear my shimi,my mum still have and wear both the half and the full ones always.

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  23. Can u still find it in d market?

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  24. No RIP here.
    It's part of my clothing accessory.
    Don't need my legs showing unnecessary in a garment.

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  25. Interesting to know that the word was derived from "chemise"

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  26. Tribute to half shimi...hehehehehehahahahahaha...so funny

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  27. i still wear shimi and i am 52

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