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Saturday, October 03, 2020

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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  1. An international model

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  2. Head of organisation defending young children and empowering voiceless women.

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    1. Quite altruistic. Hopefully you followed this dream in some capacity.

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    2. Not late, you can undergo official counseling and courses in child psychology to take off.

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    3. XP mama, I am really thinking of doing that.

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  3. Exactly what I am right now. I am into all my childhood dreams. I have just one left and I am working towards it.

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  4. I want to be a pilot.. Aeroplane, like this like this like this like this! Hahahaha


    Who follow me dey this group πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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    1. Air hostess will be so good and befitting to you considering your height and body type. Those ladies always looking beautiful and charming.

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    2. I’m doing your childhood job😁

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    3. Awww. Thanks TeejayπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—.
      Convince me, lemme guess. It's the second one, right?

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    4. Air hostess? You are enjoying o convince me

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    5. An astronaut. Yo the poster that has sexual dreams, there's nothing 'normal' about it.

      Direct your prayers towards asking for mercy and divine help. Then plead the blood of Jesus against any legal ground the enemy is standing on to harass you. Always direct your prayers through the blood of Jesus.

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    6. It's a nice job. I was an Air hostess for United Arab Emirates years back. I bet you are having fun, Convince me.

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    7. @Convince Me, niceeeeee

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    8. yay sabella.
      Yeah it’s a fun job won’t even lie.
      3 years and counting by God’s mercy.

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  6. A Jill of all trades lmao, what didn't i want to be? From a doctor to an ambassador to an Engineer to an Archaeologist. My interests changed every other month and i always found a new profession to be beguiled by.

    Anyway my head cleared by senior secondary school and I currently am on the career path i chose in high school.

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    1. Me too. Like I kept changing my mind each session in secondary school.

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  7. An actress or a journalist. Used to act in church and doing first reading was my permanent job in church. I was so sure they were my calling then. Jamb form came my father filled law. I got admission and here I am. I am enjoying being a lawyer too

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  8. I would have been a Priest in the Catholic Church. I don't know how I end up giving up that childhood dream.

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  9. I would have been a pilot.😊

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  10. As an actress, looked up to Eucharia Anunobi, also wanted to be a musician, loooooooved Toni Braxton to vertigo, ended up a medical doctor! All hope is not lost anyway.

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  11. An Engineer.


    Flawlessly

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  12. A medical doctor.

    Left School of Medicine after some years but it's all good.

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    1. Wow. I pray one of my kids would end up being a doctor. Won't force them though.

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  13. A model.

    Hahaha.....what a joke!🀣🀣🀣

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    1. Face model would have sufficed hehehe πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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    2. Ms. A, no way! So not me. I don't even like taking pictures.

      XP, yes ooo! But you should hear my dad hail me. You would think I was an amazon.🀣🀣

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    3. Oh Kami you don't know how lucky you are. Nothing beats the confidence of a man whose Dad has validated. You do exploits!

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  14. Medical doctor

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  15. A doctorπŸ‘©πŸΎ‍⚕️. A surgeon precisely. It's not too late...I just need the funds. I'm currently an accountant and I have a good paying job but my dream as always been to become a doctor. God please make a way for meπŸ™

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  16. A lawyer and I wouldn't have met this regret of a husband . Just staying because of my kids. Family and friends have left me because of this man.

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    1. Keep deceiving yourself yen yen yen because of your kids. Keep raising humans in a dysfunctional environment who end up being dysfunctional because of your selfish interest

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    2. My mum used to say this and I hated her for it. All I did during my childhood was fantasize about growing up in a happy home

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  17. Hairdresser

    But now VERY VERY far from it as I work in the corporate world but I wish to open a chain of my own hairdressers as a side hustle.

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  18. Nobody ever wants to be teacher πŸ€” why???

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    1. To dream of earning 40 dollars a month? Nah. Not me. I dont know about others though

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  19. Running an orphanage home....

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  20. Nurse, but mathematics swear that I will never understand it throughout my stay in school πŸ˜€πŸ˜

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    1. I guess the profession have been ridiculed.

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  22. Dokita alabere
    I do much love the profession but UI showed me shege despite scoring about 280 in my first jamb

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  23. a professor of physics!

    there was no jamb problem cos i got engineering at UNN on first attempt.
    we were thinking of job market in Nigeria.

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  24. A Medical Doctor

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  25. A conductor. I always saw them with money as a little kid so I assumed they were so rich. I used to swing on our burglary proof door then. "I will be screaming ewole oooo" with my tiny voice. My dad would scream " my friend will you get down". He didnt know it had gotten out of hand until he asked what I wanted to be in future and I said a conductor because they have plenty money in their hand" Him vex say u will never be a conductor and I look my papa with bad eye as if him be enemy of progress. And na female I be sef

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    1. Hahahaha you be case aswear

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚. Ewole oooo

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    3. Chai!! I am glad your papa, said yku will never be a conductor.

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£ you sef, BVs, Never ever a dull moment here!
      Kaα»‹, kids eeeeh!

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    5. 🀣🀣🀣

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    6. My friend's daughter once said she wanted to be a monkey. I laugh every time I remember.

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    7. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ this is so funny

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    8. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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    9. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    10. Hahahahahahahaha you yeye no be small.

      E wole pelu change yi da.
      Musin Olosa N20 pere.
      Driver wa gbe e!
      Hahaha.

      I know a mum who brought her son for counseling in church in 2008. The small Igbo boy insisted he will become conductor after a longgg vacation at his aunt's place at agunlejika, ijesha side.
      He had crammed the protocol sef.
      Mile 2,jakande,Sanya,ijesha,agunle,cele ooo, sadiku,ilasa,10 stars,ladipo, saarity(charity), ndi ala ga anwu n' enu oshodi oke ooo.
      Hahahahahahahaha.
      Funniest church drama. Sunday school teachers,we laugh sotey eh.

      His dad moved him from Lagos to Marist Brothers in Abia to London. Today he is a civil engineer and hasn't been to Lagos for years.

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  26. Ahh. Plenty things nne.
    Doctor
    Computer scientist
    An accountant.

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  27. I've always wanted to be in the media/news world. I'll do all I can to be in front of that camera.

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  28. A singer, I love singing.

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  29. I've always wanted to be in the media/news world. I'll do all I can to be in front of that camera.

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  30. A lawyer, defending people especially on Pro Bono cases. Am into women and children empowerment though, but is not really what l wanted in the first place.

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  31. Astronaut or deep sea diver 🀣🀣🀣

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  32. Wonder Woman. Lol

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  33. A lawyer and A dentist.... #spotremover

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  34. I followed my childhood dream and became a broadcast Journalist. Never wanted to be anything else but now considering Child Psychology

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  35. Nobody wants/wanted to be a businessman/woman??? πŸ€”

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  36. If I followed my childhood dreams, I would have become a child.
    😊😊😊😊😊
    Just sit at home and tell daddy and mummy what to buy for me as
    they are going out.

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  37. I would have become an auto-mechanic.
    So nobody would have been a "reality star," or porn actress?
    So why do you (almost) all hail reality stars and porn reality
    stars as if they won Olympic gold medals?😱😱😱

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  38. I followed my childhood dream. I'm so proud of myself

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  39. I followed mine and today I am a doctor.

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  40. A medical doctor, don't still know why l shove it off, and with my natural talent, would have been a world class actor and a very good screenplay writer.

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  41. I had always wanted to be a Judge, well I am a lawyer, practicing, more into the Administration then being on The Bench.
    I am aiming to get to the pinnacle of the Administrative ladder.

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