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Sunday, February 14, 2021

Interior Designer Mabel Makun Talks About The Things She Struggled With Growing Up...

 Everyone has something they didn't like growing up........ Right?

*Me going down memory lane with side eyes*





20 comments:

  1. Me have learnt to love my big head.

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  2. Growing up I never liked my nose, I felt it was too big but now people compliment my nose and say it's pointed, I'm honestly shocked and I just wonder what happened.

    I guess it's my confidence now.πŸ‘Œ

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  3. We all had some things we didnt like about ourselves. Thank God for growth and maturity. We have learnt to embrace them.

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  4. Mabel we don hear
    Self esteem 101, praise yourself
    Btw you hard smile

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  5. Lol, I can imagine.

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  6. She has a banging bawdy!!. My mother will say I was the most confident one amongst my siblings. I didn't have any insecurity neither do I have any now.even as pregnancy has changed me from a princess to an ogre,I careth not!.

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    1. I know for a fact you’re not an ogre.

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    2. Hahahahahaha...beautiful comment.

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    3. Ogre! Pishure or I don't believe u

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚,I'm serious.

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    5. Raquel that is fantastic πŸ‘πŸΎ
      I wish you could package that confidence n sell me some. I’m at the other end of that spectrum

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  7. Her surgeon did a nice job on her plus she looks like a tall glass of fresh, early morning palm wine.

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  8. Anyways I hated being short and having a big forehead andI teased a lot for those two “flaws” but now it seems short, five-headed girls are considered cute so it all worked out at the end I guess

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  9. I was teased for being so light skinned, now many of those girls are bleaching, wanting to look like what they made fun of me for.

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  10. Growing up I didn't like my being fair skinned. I wore long dresses with sleeves to cover up the yellowness until I got to final year and had to wear shorts for a school stuff, I felt so shy but the compliments I got eh made me bolder. Now my first son is even fairer than I am, I will teach him to love himself regardless of his skin colour. Shebi people are buying creams and soaps now to lighten up, this world self!

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  11. I was called "elili ji" ( the rope for tying yam tubers). Haha.
    Now I'm almost balanced out.

    During my traditional marriage an uncle so embarrassed me eh, people were whispering like does she feed on only biscuits and orange? He shouted "kpolu nu naba na oja evbu"(you guys marry her 1st she'll get fat later).

    Such is life Mabel.
    Rock your body.

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  12. I was teased for being dark but now it is called melanin popping...lol

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