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Thursday, December 24, 2020

Nigerians And Viral Local Slangs For 2020

In The year 2020,Nigerians birthed a lot of popular phrases/slangs on their Internet space......

In case you don't know what i mean,I will give examples....



 





This year 2020 birthed phrases like.....

- This life no balance.....
- Be calming down......

  What else?Please use the viral slang with examples that you know....

Which one do you think is the most popular phrase this year?

What a year!

87 comments:

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    1. Try to dey enjoy, problem no dey finish :)

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    2. I get the receipt :)

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    3. Soro soke
      Honorable off your mic
      Wahala be like bicycle
      We move..

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  2. Soro Soke
    Werey dey disguise
    I cannot coman kill myself
    The most popular for the year was #ENDSARS

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    1. I love Roman Reign24 December 2020 at 15:35

      I get the video
      Oinn you are doing well
      I can't kill my self
      Life no balance
      Be calming down
      Egungun be care na express you dey.
      And many others.

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  3. I forgot the legendary 'wahala be like bicycle πŸ€£πŸ˜„πŸ˜πŸ˜ƒ

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    1. Dog bite youπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    2. Lol@ dog bite you.

      Wahala no too much?
      It is well, even inside well.

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    3. Honestly that TeeJay's dog bite you comment cracks me up each time I am reminded of it. TeeJay e na eme ofumaπŸ˜„πŸ˜„

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    4. Nothing will ever shock me in Nigeria, if it is not naked high tension NEPA wire.

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  5. Narcissistic, abusive, toxic, Panel- beating, useless, deadbeat ... husband...
    Interpretation; money has finished. 😜😜😜😜😜😜

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    1. Smh...O ma se

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    2. @Marvel
      Those things you see up there, Naija people have made them into slangs, Yes, you read me right.
      Some of them do not even understand the meanings. Internet speak am, we copy and paste. 😜😜😜

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  6. Mine is a question about some of the things I read here; what are the meanings of these?
    *as in eh
    *I am telling you...(when I am the one commenting?)
    *Assistant Jesus
    *Judge Judy
    *Awon
    *Oturugbeke
    Do you know? It is only Nigerians that i read use these words.

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    1. As in eh = exactly.
      I'm telling you = exactly.
      Assistant Jesus = hypocrite.
      Judge Judy = holier than thou.
      Awon = member (of a group)
      Oturugbeke = problem.

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    2. Thanks Chike,

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  7. Isn't December supposed to be AGBALUMO season?

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    1. It's called Udara in my place. It's out.
      I licked it yesterday but it wasn't sweet

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    2. This yr sweet u? If na u ,u go sweet?

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  8. Wahala be like bicycle...Me as Buhari...Werey dey disguise...E choke..Why so pressed..Stay pressed...Urgent 2k...Bone Straight

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    1. Phoenix you are too much πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @ bone straight

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  9. Wérè sòké sóró

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    1. Hahahaha.... I smiled reading this.

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    2. I haven't read yours before dropping mine under Teejay's commentπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. It's all Good. Teejay thanks for that line

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  11. E get why...

    E be things...

    And a whole lot of die it
    ...lol

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  12. Anon 13:08 Agbalumo aka udara full my Agbor in Delta state.saw it in market yesterday and today. The one my mom bought on the day I arrived was really sweet.
    @ stella
    This life no balance
    And soro soke , endsars

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  13. Straight Bone abi is it Bone Stretched abi Straight😊😊

    @MARTINS

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    1. Martins, I heard that the bone straight of a thing fit roof a building. Is it true?

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    2. πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜The CEO himself,my school fees at Fedpoly Oko from ND1 to Final Year;with small change on top..

      πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜‚πŸ˜ƒ

      @MARTINS

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    3. Chim ooo... So it's true hahahaha.

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    4. Lol ! TEEJAY, e go buy land, roof am, floor am.....

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  14. Wahala be like bicycle.
    E shock me.
    Na the matter we de settle since.
    πŸ˜„πŸ˜„

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  15. Soro soke werey

    Were dey disguise

    Stella, E shock you?

    Wahala be like bicycle, e easy to start

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  16. I have the video...

    God no go shame us...

    Wahala be like bicycle (whatever it means though)...

    FEM...

    Na the matter we dey settle.

    Social distancing white with covid redπŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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  17. Soro soke

    Wahala be like bicycle

    E shook you

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  18. 1. Everywhere burst!

    2. Igi ewedu oni...(leave am incomplete)
    Hahaha. If you know you know.

    Meanwhile I saw one chic yesterday during a traffic lockjam wearing a T-shirt with the inscription " PA NED must marry me".
    Aarrgghh!

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    1. + igi keresi o ni gun wa pa o

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    2. Lmao@ " PA NED must marry me".


      Wahala for who no get designers T-shirt.

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    3. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ @ PA NED MUST MARRY ME. ........ E CHOKE GAN

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    4. Lora ..Amin.

      Chike... The chic tinted her hair green, pretty large chic.
      If she's lucky and finds her way to the resort this Xmas, well maybe he'll also marry her under 3 weeks.
      #aluu

      Euji... The drama sweet die. Hope they're tagging Rita Daniels.

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    5. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  19. God no go shame us

    Soro soke

    E shock you

    E get why

    Wahala wear cover shoe πŸ‘ 

    Werey dey disguise 🀣🀣🀣

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  20. SΓ³ro soke
    E shock you?
    This life na wisdom etc

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  21. Wetin musa no go see for gate.

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  22. Abeg what does E be things mean?

    Whala fo r who no......

    Soro soke(I dislike it when people add "werey" to it)

    Whala be like bicycle

    "Booboo" has always been a bad boy

    Bone straight

    We what,we move

    Dog bite you there....hehehhe,side eyes at Teejay

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    1. It's just like saying E go be, bye bye, it's over...

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    2. E go be.
      See you later.
      Ka o di go di.

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  23. God no go shame us
    Soro soke
    Wetin Musa no go see for gate.

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    1. Plus
      Wetin Fashola eye no go see for tollgate

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  24. What's the meaning of "wahala be like bicycle"?What has wahala got to do with bicycle please?

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    1. Wahala be like bicycle, e no dey hard to start.

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    2. wahala be like bicycle, e nor dey hard to start
      lol.. that's the meaning.

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    3. Easy to start, difficult to ride.

      Don't start what you can't finish. It's a warning sign.

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  25. God no go shame us o
    Na the issue wet we dey settle now
    Opor (I don't know the meaning).
    Wetin diapers no go see for small pikin bumbum/ wetin abbya kyari no go see for hell πŸ”₯...πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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  26. Wahala wear bone straight
    Problem no dey finish

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  27. Family wahala no dey finish
    Soro Soke Generation
    E be things
    Wahala be like bicycle
    E Choke 😜😜😌

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  28. You guys forgot this slang "Mad o"
    Abi is it not this year's slang?

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    1. Yeah. I think it originated from a non Nigerian, Cardi B when she got overwhelmed by the happenstance and love showered on her when she visited Nigeria.

      Hope I'm right?

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  29. Nothing Musa no go see for gate.

    Nothing Fashola no go see for Tollgate

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  30. I go commot your teeth.

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  31. This Musa thing is painful Sha.. Una no see abu or Mohamed ABI..lol.. I comment my reserve..

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