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Sunday, October 11, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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    1. Again where is the proof and where did they get their statistics from. Until then, na lie. Another way to put women down.

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    2. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ณ Cock and bull story?

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    3. They manufacture statistics from their imagination.

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    4. Big fat lie. At least my relatives are not!

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    5. This is a big fat lie . Ashi Ocha ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž

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    6. Always looking for a way to put women down and make us look bad

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    7. Baba ล„lรก irแป. Wรฉ have lots of decent ladies in Nigeria.

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  2. Hmmm
    I find this quite difficult to believe.
    But what I also know is there are a lot of people who have children their spouse are unaware of.
    This too is a problem.

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  3. Hmmmm! I'm afraid yes! Atleast I know three from my Villa and one in this lagos

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    1. Three out of hundred of married couples you know doesn't justify the statement. That statement up there, is false. As in big fat lie

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    2. a prostitute like you will know many people on that table, unfortunately that is not the national statistics..

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  4. Wow!
    what roasted and garnished lie.
    It is 95% of Nigerian men. Naija girls are
    becoming too greedy for money and abroad, to live the
    celebrity lifestyle, the vanities they see on social media.
    They are beginning to unravel at the embassies DNA tests.
    ๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–๐Ÿ˜–

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    1. So your husband is part of the 95%.

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    2. Rosie ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚

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    3. @Prettiest Rosie
      I did not call out anyone specifically.
      As a matter of fact, all the girls on this blog may by part of
      the faithful 5% ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š (comments and chronicles?????)
      I just hope you are not responding to conscience.
      ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜˜

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    4. You fool. You should be ashamed of yourself, posing as a woman when you're a man. Your lies will lead you to the hottest part of hell, in Jesus'Name.

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    5. What a nice reply Rosie๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ

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    6. Prettiest Rosie, of course her husband is.

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    7. @Castle
      You have thrown me into the "hottest part of hell" already?
      Wow!
      Thanks o. And you did not judge of course, you acquitted?
      ๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค๐Ÿค

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    8. Why are you girls freaking out, is it conscience? If someone says 99.9% are bad, and I know I'm not. then I am part of the o.1% and I'd have no qualms. Everyone is talking about their experiences.

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    9. Amen to that prayer, Castle

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    10. Prettiest Rosie , God bless you. Chop knuckles ๐Ÿ‘Š ๐Ÿ‘Š ๐Ÿ‘Š ๐Ÿ‘Š

      Nonsense and ingredients and Sars ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž

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    11. @19:48, Ang welcome, that's your M.O, support your statement under Anon when everyone is attacking you. You are darn easy to decipher, Lol..

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  5. Truth.
    When a girl who has been rejecting a dude suddenly accepts
    him, she get belle until proven otherwise. She is passing
    the ball after the goal has been scored.
    It is a goaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal! It's an own goal o
    ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ๐Ÿ‘Ž๐Ÿฝ

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    1. I know you will purge round this post..May you really encounter Jesus, Ang.

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  6. How did the statistics came about?
    I don't want to believe this at all..

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    1. @Ms. A
      From the DNA at the embassies. A lot of "abroad journeys" had be torpedoed
      by this. Girls, isn't it true? ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜œ

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  7. It's a lie jare
    Castle Windsor check Goodreads, over 30 works of hers are there.

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  8. So??? All children deserve to be love and cherish

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  9. na wa ooo problem dey o

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  10. 60%? It simply means most married women are not faithful to their husbands. This may be true for those that are concerned.

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  11. Very true.

    1. If you ask funny questions,the wife will boldly tell you that the baby resembles her mother inlaw, "oyiri nne dim". How can 2 very dark people with k-legs, birth a very yellow child with bow leg? How?
    Hmmm.
    Just face front,only bad thing is when they grow that child will become a problem in the family.


    2. Worst scenario: the child is biracial and her mummy will claim that her great great grandmother was an oyibo. An oyibo Nwanyi in Ogbunike in the year 1785?
    This one eh, mind your business if not dem go face you.
    #tufiakwa.

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    1. I plan to do this.
      In fact since I came to Abuja, anytime I see fine Onyibo guy I always imagine getting pregnant for him. Thank God my husband is fair so if I eventually succeed ehn, no body should dare ask me stupid questions

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    2. Fan...if I e-slap you eh,you get serious.

      Born for who? Maybe you think the gentility of a man is stupidity.

      Akpati Oriental gi, will face your papa house. Try am.

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    3. Have you ever heard of recessive gene?
      My older child looks more like my sister inlaw and father inlaw, than she looks like me or my husband. And yes...she is 100% my husband's child. People that are not close, may wonder why she doesn't look like me. She is VERY light skinned. I'm chocolate, while hubby is a little lighter than me. I have never bleached her skin, but my FIL and SIL are very light skinned. Sit on that.

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    4. @ XP
      Your first scenario

      Have you ever heard of recessive genes? My secondary school mate and her siblings were damn near albino but both her parents were dark skinned but the facial resemblance between them and their dad was very strong.

      @ Fan
      You dey craze lmao. I cho ka di gi chupuo gi from your matrimonial home. There's a big phenotypical difference between being biracial and being mono-racial but light skinned. It's very obvious lol.

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    5. ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ fan fan..see u see trouble o

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    6. Please about very dark people birthing fair children, am dark like wise my husband but our daughter is very fair and that's because my mom is very fair. If u didn't know my mom u will ask how we got a very fair baby but I took after my dad's complexion.... My brother have 5 kids and both him and his wife are very dark but all their kids are very fair except one and not just that they all look exactly like my mom.

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    7. My husband and i are light skinned and my son is dark.we have dark family members in bith sides.My niece looks exactly like my cousin,if you put their baby pics side by side,you wld think they are the same ppl.

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    8. XP, yes it is possible for 2 dark people with K leg to give birth to a fair child with bow leg if the said grandma possess such features.

      I've seen children who looked exactly like their dad siblings and none resembles the 2 people that birthed them.

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    9. It is very possible. My daughter is very fair whereas I am dark and my husband is average. My father-in-law is fair,so if you don't know her grandpa who lives in the village now, you will see my daughter and conclude that I cheated to have her?

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    10. Hahahahaha Fan, nobody go doubt o as ogom nwoke already looks biracial.

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    11. Kay God bless you. My sister looks like my aunt. My brother inlaws daughter look like my late mother inlaw.

      I look like my grandma. I'm almost albino
      I'm even surprise this is coming from XP.

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    12. Anony 22:55... You look like your grandma,almost an albino you say?
      Interesting.

      The question here remains, is an albino a biracial child?
      He is yellow, is quite different from he is an oyibo pikin. The features don't hide.

      Argue from now till the end of time, any oyibo child within a normal family is a big ridicule to the husband man.
      Put yourself in his shoes.

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    1. Yes ,it is very possible..there something we call recesive gene..

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    2. Oki thanks. Recessive Gene in how many generations?
      Families who have oyibo know they have them. Forget story.

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    3. Have you ever heard of recessive gene?
      My older child looks more like my sister inlaw and father inlaw, than she looks like me or my husband. And yes...she is 100% my husband's child. People that are not close, may wonder why she doesn't look like me. She is VERY light skinned. I'm chocolate, while hubby is a little lighter than me. I have never bleached her skin, but my FIL and SIL are very light skinned. Sit on that.

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    4. Hahaha.
      I'm loving the argument here, recessive gene ko, dominant gene ni, do you guys even know what is going on in the society?
      That meme came from an epidemic ravaging once peaceful homes, especially for family 1st borns, men are woke now, silently running DNA tests and quietly divorcing, don't ask what is happening to marriages,ask who made the cost of DNA tests less expensive? Talk to a divorce lawyer you know, he knows more.

      A biracial child is a child from two races, 2 gaddamn races, they come with specific characteristics not just fair complexion and No, an albino or near albino you had is not a biracial child.

      Stop all the lies of she looks more like my husband's sister and my mother, the day you get to the embassy,you will see disgrace.
      KAY...I pray you don't get to STAND for long some day.
      A bleached child will still look like her parents, no matter what.

      And please, there was no oyibo Nwanyi in ogbunike in 1725.
      No recessive gene jumped out of no where.
      You cheated, you cheated, except your baby was swapped at birth and DNA test will reveal it exonerating you the mother of all allegations.

      Going to the embassy?
      Get ready!

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    6. You sound so foolish in your ignorance. Please go back and read your biology. Gene can choose to express in generations after.
      It is nothing to admit you are wrong, in trying to explain your senseless theory, you further exposed your daftness.
      Since you don't want to sit, go borrow a brain in the bank (in SDM's voice).

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    7. Kay Kay...I don't know the category of English language you learnt while growing up, I implore you to pull your lexical tenses notebook and get a refresher, seems you jumped some lessons.

      Now listen, Mrs "I'm chocolate and my husband is a little lighter than me", a fair-complexion Igbo girl is different from a biracial child.
      Is your child an utuocha or an oyibo?

      To make it easier for you: the clause "they are divorced due to irreconciliable differences" is allover because lawyers decided to make the terms easy. Families won't give you the nitty gritty of their divorce judgement.
      Currently, the man just walks out of the marriage.

      Don't be angry, I wish you goodluck assuming otherwise.

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  13. Stella, so who is training the 99.9% OF THE CHILDREN NIGERIAN MEN SIRED out of wedlock, by dumped ex-girlfriends, side-chics and mistresses.

    Men have more children out of wedlock before and after marriage. THEY ARE THE CHIEF CULPRITS❗

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  14. My first child isn't my hubby's..i was 2wks preggy when he married me..slept with my other bf(didn't put all my eggs in one basket) that month hubby didn't touch me until on our wedding night..thou I knew I was preggy.
    Thank God the child looks like me so nomuch shalaye..so far so good..this is one secret I'll take with me to yonder ๐Ÿ˜œ

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    1. So are you saying that 2 weeks to your wedding you weren't still sure of you husband. You were still searching for another basket instof throwing it away...smh

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    2. Ang weldone, I am sure today is the happiest day of your life. Oya start fabricating stories, we know it is you.

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    3. @19:56.
      Exactly we know it is him coming up with fabricated stories...lol.
      How this man fooled you all is still a mystery. I can bet he wrote some of the chronicles he always referenced everytime...

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    4. Lol 19:56, I won't be surprised ooh, Ang is twisted in his ways.

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    5. Hmmm this your story no add up go back and reconstruct it

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    6. 2 weeks to your wedding you were still fucking the other boyfriend cos you did not want to put all your eggs in one basket....lol...my dear just say you be olosho....marrying a man in 2 weeks and not sure of him....pls another excuse abeg

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  15. Very correct. I think it's even more than 60%

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  16. Hmmm. Make I gist you small. My very nice cousin, hard working guy got his girlfriend pregnant in school. We were surprised as d guy dey form SU. So he was rounding up his HND and d baba was in part 1 of OND. Let's just say dat pregnancy turned d course of this guy's life. Because he had become a "family man" his choices for hustling were limited. Out big aunts and uncles in Lagos loved his hardworking ways and had assured him to come to Lagos after his graduation but because of the situation they were all disappointed. The girl gave birth, and suddenly she don gain husband, her parents left her education to this struggling guy. Then they had another baby after which she got admission into the university and this guy was doing labour as in carrying blocks, cutting grass to support his family. Through his various hustles he put her through school. He was giving her 1500 per day and paying school fees and remember they have 2 kids. He will prepare the kids for school, take them to school, bring them back and all because wifey dey university. She go say, she's studying with mates, she has study group and won't come home for days on end. Madam finished school and said she was going to visit her parent, na so hanty branch a guys house. Don't know what the guy did to her or if she aborted, that's how she started bleeding profusely. She bleed for months o. So I guess in her quest for a solution, since medical treatment had failed to stop the bleeding. I'm not sure but seems they told hanty to confess. She told my cousin crying to forgive her, but you didnt offend me, I just want you to get better. She confessed how she kept boyfriends throughout their marriage. How she is not sure the first child who's pregnancy she used in tying my cousin down is his. Because out of the guys she was seeing, they all rejected the pregnancy but my cousin accepted and she's about 6p% sure the second child is my cousin's and how she's aborted for guys in her marriage. The story long and dorty. She just threw the guy's potentials to the bin. No money for DNA so he needs to continue raising children that he has sufficient grounds that might not be his. I pity him, the guy looks so old from all the labour work. Funny thing was that after the birth of the first child, hanty turn born again. She stopped earrings, make up and trousers. Not knowing it was all part of her plan. May God not bring us across some people. He is still in the marriage o

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    1. OMG! ! ! this is so sad. Bad woman to the core . Chai, pity the guy.

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    2. This is evil and disheartening ๐Ÿ˜” just imagine !!!!

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    3. 19:17 those your big aunties and uncles in Lagos are not nice. Why abandon their hardworking nephew who was almost through with HND because he got a babe pregnant. WHAT A TERRIBLE FAMILY! These are human beings that fail God everyday. ๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿคฆ‍♀️
      @"Out big aunts and uncles in Lagos loved his hardworking ways and had assured him to come to Lagos after his graduation but because of the situation they were all disappointed".

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    4. Make una contribute money for am to run DNA test na. Let his suffering on those kids end if they are not his. He shud also go for prayers of restoration. He can't be a graduate and is suffering like this.

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  17. Really

    Tell me.something ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ˜Ž

    #Hotmum

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  18. I don't know about the percentage. But the allegation is true. This is not peculiar to Nigeria women alone.

    Lovelace

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  19. Exaggerated opinion poll.
    What parameters did you use ?
    And how come my circle of friends are not like that ?

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  20. 60% is farfetched but a lot of men are definitely raising other people’s kids,first borns most especially.

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    1. Just like a lot of women are raising children Nigerian men fathered by ex-girlfriends and bedmates without taking responsibility.๐Ÿคฆ‍♀️
      NO SAINTS BETWEEN BOTH GENDERS.

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  21. Many women don't know their husbands have children outside. Just saying

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    1. That one is fair. not a woman bringing another mans pregnancy for the husband.

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  22. This reminds me of the story about one of my dad's relation who got married to a man. Years ago when oyibo's were sailors in Nigeria, she use to befriend one of the oyibo's and her husband was also a sailor too. So she slept with the oyibo man and got pregnant for him. She told her husband she was pregnant and they were all happy because it was their first issue.

    Fast forward to when she gave birth, she delivered a bouncing oyibo boy. He was so yellow and everyone knew it wasn't her husband who had the child. So people come to their house to tease them saying" Hmmmn, this child na serious special child ooo... Papa black, mama black, child oyinbo, what a wonderful and baby" ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š

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  23. Yes, my husband's friend poured out his heart to him recently. He just found out that he has training another man's son for 25 years.

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    1. 25 years is too small. We would have believed your lie if you had said 30 years

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    2. I believed what anon 22:44 wrote. someone close to me had father another person son for 26 years before the mum came for him and told the man that the boy is not for him because everything about the boy is not balance eg he doesn't use to understand what he had been taught, he is stealing, he can't learn work etc
      After some years I was opportune to meet him alot has change about him (for good) unlike when he was with another person father.

      I believed in the adage which said it is only the woman that knows the rightful owner of her child.

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    3. I believed what anon 22:44 wrote. someone close to me had father another person son for 26 years before the mum came for him and told the man that the boy is not for him because everything about the boy is not balance eg he doesn't use to understand what he had been taught, he is stealing, he can't learn work etc
      After some years I was opportune to meet him alot has change about him (for good) unlike when he was with another person father.

      I believed in the adage which said it is only the woman that knows the rightful owner of her child.

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