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Friday, April 23, 2021

Friday Night Post.

 It is another Friday night of COVID 19 restrictions for me while for some things have gone back to normal..... I mean the new normal..





Wetin dey happen? Some of you dey choke me with correct gist every Friday...Those waiting for anonymous night post(the confession post), wetin una wan confess?

LOL

156 comments:

  1. Currently watching New Amsterdam while waiting for my husband to close from work. Totally feels like Grey's Anatomy. Can't say how I feel about it yet.

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    1. Just coming from housing hunting. Walai house cost for lagos oo. Mainland and island don dey drag price. With the street bad roads and no light.

      I am just too tired biko. This country na only God hand we dey.

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    2. Why house no go cost! When na the only survival job of Landlords be that.

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    3. I detest house hunting. Too stressful and you'll end up seeing the good, the bad and the ugly.

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    4. In love with my friends hubby. Hubby is a serial cheat, found out and mistakenly fell in love with my friends hubby. Now I have to avoid her, I feel bad but he makes me happy.

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    5. New Amsterdam is nothing like Grey Anatomy.. Just keep watching it you will so love it.. Doc Max Goodwin is something else.

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  2. It's TGIF baybie πŸŽ‰πŸ₯³πŸ’ƒπŸΌ

    How y'all doing??

    It is footies night⚽⚽ EPL Arsenal vs Everton tonight!!

    Then I will do what I do every nightπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰ lay on my bed πŸ›️ of roses 🌹🌹 for a sound sleep 😴😴


    Get jiggy and groovy guysπŸŽ‰πŸ·πŸΎπŸ₯³

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  3. I went to a boarding school at Offa from Kaduna at 11. It was a 14 hour road trip. I went alone even for the first time. My Dad took me to Mando Park, put me in Ọkin Express J5 vehicle heading to Offa and gave me 1000 naira. It was a bundle of 10 naira new notes. I bought my mattress, cupboard, provisions, uniforms etc. from the money when I got to Offa and still had pocket money left. My Dad eventually came to visit a few times. Then my mum too. Throughout my time in secondary school, I doubt they came up to 5 times. There were no mobile phones at the time.

    University, naaa I can't remember they came more than twice. Once for matriculation and the other to inspect the accommodation I got.

    I asked my Dad recently (knowing him to be Baba Ọmọ) what type of behaviour was that na πŸ™„?

    His face dropped. He said in Yoruba, "ayΓ© Γ³ ti fαΊΉ́lαΊΉ́ nΓ­gbΓ  yαΊΉn" (The world hasn't turned to a dangerous place or turned to shit then). My Dad reminded me that there was no Boko Haram, that almost everyone looked out for their neighbours and their neighbours kids, that no one kidnaps, that armed robbery was such a big deal it makes 9pm NTA national news etc.

    I came to a conclusion, these are the last days. For starters, I couldn't let ***** go to Boarding school even when he got into Middle School. All their devices have at least 3 parental control softwares. They're never alone with drivers or nannies (we have 2 adult policy). YouTube is a no, if KidTube is not enough, forget it. Dstv, Netflix, Hulu, Prime Video are all passworded for content and can't be viewed on devices and laptops, only on large TV where everyone can see what's going on. They can't use the estate pool and football fields without adult supervision etc. They only do sleepovers with 2 families that I know and are my personal friends with similar values once a year.

    These are the times we're in. It's so much harder to be anything meaningful especially a parent. Sometimes you're just tired.

    I think this is a vent.

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  4. Just wondering why I haven’t traveled this same Abroad that I started hustling for even as child πŸ€”at least just one night!
    Okay so if trumpet sounds today will I tell baba God that I have never traveled to a foreign countryπŸ™†

    I saw an albino woman in our church as a little child and I left children department to go and sit with her. When they came to drag me out I cried as if my life depended on it that the woman had to join me in begging them to allow me sit with her. When church dismissed I started begging her "Oyibo I go follow you to your country".. Until my mama come carry me😭😭😭 Chineke zazienum ooo

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    1. Oga aza gi nwannem,oga azalea m

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    2. Eeeeyaaaa 😊😊😊😊😊 Chukwu ga aza gi o

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    3. Thought your hubby is a Software Engineer or something?
      Tune him to find his way out.

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    4. I just can’t with you πŸ˜„πŸ˜†πŸ€£

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    5. Ah ah, just pass Maiduguri enter Chad or Ben..... na, all na abroad or you wait small, soon Sokoto sef go turn to abroad

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    6. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    7. You ehn, you be case I swear. I dreamt that I traveled abroad, it was sooo real. When I woke up and realized that it was just a dream, I was so sad and down. I truly wept that day.

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    8. Abroad is not heaven. Wish Nigerians will seek heaven like they seek going abroad.

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    9. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ one day na one day, baba God go pick that call

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    10. πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜† it's well nwannem!

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    11. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£

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    12. Awww πŸ₯° anonymous thankio

      Castle nwannem Amen ooπŸ™

      XP onye nkem the guy no just one reason the matter😑 Original Igbo man unto priority first

      Sluttybaibe no be joke ooπŸ˜‹

      Ijeoma nwannem na me you dey carry play laidis 😲

      😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

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    13. Oh LordπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    14. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    15. Fan,I dey feel your pains. Na me and you dey the same boat. sometimes, I find myself in the dream inside obodo oyibo.

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    16. Fan Emmanuel nwaMama, ina-enye nsogbu! 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

      **** 20:50 "Abroad is not heaven"...but developed countries are beautiful with functional infrastructure, institutions and laws


      I wish every Nigerian that desires to travel abroad would get the opportunity to do so especially for vacation or studies.
      That way, they would know how to demand good governance from these poli-thiefcians.

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    17. The people stealing Naija's money are all folks who mostly schooled abroad. Abroad is not "14 miles from paradise" as a Ghanaian friend told me they think in Ghana. You will work till your body cries out for vacation. Oyinbo na flesh & blood, infant they have folks more wicked than village people. Watch "Roots" by Alex Haley, watch the murder video clips of George Floyd and other black people. Read up how one man went inside a grocery store and killed 22 people he did not know due to his evil heart. Human beings are the same. If not for lack of good governance and the other associated things like electricity, increased poverty & Unemployment I would have said you are not missing anything

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    18. This YFan ehn, you be badt child πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.
      **** 20:50, ngwanu clap πŸ‘πŸΎ for yaself. Holy than thou πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ™„.
      The difference is clear, dont get it twisted

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    19. Anon 02:56 calling someone holy than thou (it's holier than thou by the way😏) but same you is hounding Ini about for her age. Tueh!

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  5. Busy Friday night here.

    Let the gist start.

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  6. Nothing special..i am just there , just waiting for a miracle .. Over to Nolly script writers..tbrb to read comments

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  7. On my bed relaxing
    Poor sales today tomorrow will be better..

    What God cannot do does not exist.

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    1. Never give up, tomorrow will be better

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    2. That's the ISH with business. Some days immediately you land shop, you'll sell till evening while other days, it's dry.

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    3. Thanks blacky,waju and Essa
      Really appreciate, πŸ’ž

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  8. It's a freaky Friyay still and hope y'all are catching cruise already? I am just here thinking out loud whether to go with fries or my usuals of some soft Abuja bread and akara that sticks..πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜ƒ I saw something in area 3 part of Abuja in the wee hours of today and i am still gobsmacked..Should i spill the tea or beans that causes one to fart?? #FunFriday,#FunkyFriday,#Goodnight

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  9. 20yrs old boy after a woman (married) of 35yrs, no be juju be that?

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    1. Sweethrt pls bring the full gist

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    2. Not necessarily,

      Some people are just attracted to older people.

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    3. The woman should be blamed if she's into it.

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    4. Madam, no gree o, before he diagrace you. Him head no mature at all. He might end up blackmailing you.

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  10. Watching Invincible the cartoon series. I'm not really a fan of adult cartoons but this is really good.

    I wish I can watch Anime but my obsession after watching Bleach scared me. I heard Naruto is interesting but the addiction is something else.

    So Falcon is now Black Captain America...noice!

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  11. Our in house fervent prayers will start at exactly 8pm to 9:30pm. Some friends and well wishers from church are around already. Pray traffic is light for many to join up. Kids are busy chatting and jumping about, they worry less.

    It's been weeks; from one session to process to procedure to counseling. I'm exhausted and we're just half way.
    DH has resigned from his workplace,and is resuming in another continent from 1st week of May.

    His official sendforth/get together holds on Sunday. I know I'm scared but I can't place my fears on just anything. Sigh!
    God is Able!

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    1. Busy days for you.congrats to your hubby. God is able indeed, don't be afraid

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    2. Congratulations to your hubby. Worry not, God is in control.

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    3. God is in control. All will be well

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    4. Congratulations to your family
      Everything will be alright

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    5. Congratulations XP❤️ Your fears are valid but knowing you here, I’m certain you’ll be fine.

      Put me in your prayers,my heart is troubledπŸ˜ͺ

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    6. Awwwwwwwwwww Your fears are understandable momma.πŸ€—

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    7. Congratulations to your hubby
      Pray for me o

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    8. Please remember me in your prayers.

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    9. Congrats to your honey

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    10. God is in control! Congrats!

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    11. Congrats to your hubby XP mami. It is well with you and yours ok.

      Nkay...my darling it is well with you. Let your heart not be trouble. Yahweh is right there with you and ready to listen...stay strong darl...whatever it is too shall pass.πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    12. Congratulations to your family. So location will soon change 😁

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    13. Worry not;God is able.

      Pls put me in prayers,I'm tired of this state and i want to move.

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  12. Enjoyment things this night πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹ although I’m not really in the mood. πŸ˜’
    I’d just garner morale and do it. No drinking sha, I’m already bloated af!!!

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    1. You are not in the mood for enjoyment?😲😲 Something I will never be able to relate with.

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  13. If your child leaves their favorite cartoon to ask you for food, treat as urgent. True!
    My baby dropped Vlad and Nikita, her favorite show, to ask me for food! Heiii!!!

    We've had dinner. Listening and singing along to a couple of ABBA songs. Once she sleeps, I'll switch to Lil Wayne and drop the fuckin' world.

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    1. ABBA.!!☺️☺️ Thank you for the music Castle, including drop the world.

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    2. She must have been really hungry! Hope u gave her more than enough oπŸ€—

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    3. Yes I did @ Bini πŸ€—
      Yeah Jubilee, you know what's upπŸ˜„
      πŸ’‹❤️ Nkay.

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  14. Amen πŸ™πŸΎ

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  15. Just here thinking how to be better. I get really nervous when I get to the hospital, don't know if it has an effect on my BP spike. God please I don't want a high BP in this pregnancy again, what can I do to control it?

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    1. Why not have a one-on-one conversation with your caregiver about your fears. Before it gets out of hand.

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    2. Pls try and stop being nervous

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    3. Awon Alum gang🀣🀣🀣🀣 e be careful ooo. No matter how tight the place be. Man wey go shit go shit. No spoil your Mitochondria because of one man ooo

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    4. Same boat with you! It contributed to my hbp during pregnancy. I hated the bp machine even till date.

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  16. Please advise me, where can I meet a decent man.
    Not my church cos’ it’s not the right kind of place to meet man.
    No friends, I just moved back to Lagos after many many years.
    My job doesn’t permit me to meet people, I deal with kids so mainly married men.
    Help me! I’m almost 50. Time is running out.

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    1. 20.43 try Stella's single and mingle

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  17. Still at the office but will be closing soon. So tired and hungry. All I want now is just to get home, take a warm bath and then retire for the day after eating.

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  18. So big sis finally told me why she stopped birthing. She said the plumber she called to fix her kitchen sink after seeing her five kids with small age differences asked her: madam, na you born this one, and this one, and this other three?. She replied yes and the kind of eye the guy gave her was so shameful. She chased her kids inside and ordered them not to come out and start running around the house like rabbits till the guy left and went for family planning next day.

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    1. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜…πŸ˜… I had a good laugh"madam na you born this one and these other three" the guy could not even keeping his amazement πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.They must be really close then

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    2. I'm sorry but she wasnt planning on stopping prior to the encounter with the plumber??? Na wa

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    3. Hahahahaha 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣 abeg I no fit laugh
      And this one, and this one......πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„
      God please answer those still ttc in Jesus name, Amen

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    4. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    6. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    7. 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    8. This is funny
      And this one and this one Hahahahahahaha
      So she wanted to birth a football team before in this hard times, I pity her husband.

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  19. BTW, we did the world move on from Barney and friends to Coco melon?

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    1. My dear, na cocomelon o. Na wetin full my phone and flash so.

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    2. Asin only the sound track will make my niece and nephew running to the parlour like headless chicken πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  20. Stella and bvs please pray for me, I am sick, typing from my sick bed. I have treated malaria, no good, now I want to start typhoid treatment this night. No money to go to hospital and run tests. I'm just so scared. Had a dream few days ago where a cobra bit hubby. He didn't take it serious, he said it was women's duty to pray but I did a vigil starting from 12midnight that day. Could it be the dream?

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    1. May the healing balm of gilead rest upon you sisπŸ™ I pray the Lord protects your family from any misfortuneπŸ™πŸ™

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    2. Shebi den say typhoid is now a rare ailment, did you run tests at the hospital and was given medication?
      God will heal you

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    3. May God heal you, Amen.

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    4. Its not the woman's duty! Both of you standing together in prayer as one can move. 'Where 2 or 3' are gathered. It is well with you anon! You bear the mark of christ therefore nothing shall by any means harm you. You are covered and protected. Plz remove fear from you heart. The enemy thrive on fear. It is well with you!

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    5. Madam, please go and do a COVID test. Better safe than sorry.

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    6. You're in my thoughts and prayers.

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    7. May God heal you dear in Jesus name.. Amen. Get well soon

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    8. Spiritually lazy men

      Looking for who to outsource their responsibilities to

      Ignorant that their role is priest of family altar

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  21. I'm going to fuck my boss tonight.
    We both are attending a conference in Oslo.
    Cold wants to destroy my bones. .choi
    He doesn't even know what I plan to do to him in bed.shivers!!he he he. .
    He's so inlove, I know.. I am trying so hard not to fall for him.
    Guy is sweet and a pure gentleman.

    NB: He's single, but I don't want to date him. I can fuck him, purge him from my system and move on right?? Will it be easy?
    Veterans in this game come and tutor me.

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    1. Br in control, suck, pleasure him and ride him bad bad bad and his bank account is yours.

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  22. Just here waiting for my hubby, d kids have all gone to sleep. I thought they said when u get married d love u both share starts to die naturally. But in my own case d fire is still burning, like wen we were still dating. Forget o, if u marry ur friend, marriage sweet. Dont let anybdy tell u otherwise.

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    1. Reading this gave a boost in my confidence that I will enjoy my marriageπŸ™Œ
      May the Lord continue to keep this fire in your home burning πŸ™

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    2. πŸ‘ marriage is sweet with the right person.

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    3. God bless you and keep you both! Na so e suppose be

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    4. This is so cool to read. This and more will be my experience in Jesus name...Amen. God bless your home dearie.

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    5. At times that love continues is one sided talking from experience

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  23. News of death everywhere! God help his children ooo.My phone scares me to answer these days.

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    1. Scary times, but our God is our protector.

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  24. I'm just here feeling bad. Some weeks back a guy that runs a mini supermarket in our area was killed by armed robbers on his way to the east. This is someone that works really hard and you can get almost all things in his shop. He just got married last year.

    Yesterday again, another woman in our area was hit by a trailer while she was on a bike on her way to mile2. The trailer crushed half of one of her legs. She died this morning. This is someone that her younger brother is supposed have a wedding tomorrow. On top of that, armed robbers shot her husband(thank God he survived) while he was coming back from Igbobi late at night.

    I've just been so down cos I don't understand why so many deaths this time around.

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    1. Haba!!!! This is terribleπŸ˜ͺ may the souls of the departed Rest In PeaceπŸ™

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    2. Esp. this month 😭😭

      God na your hand we dey ooo

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    3. Oh dear!!!πŸ’”πŸ’”

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    4. It's sad really

      In my hood, it's one burial poster to another. May God preserve us!

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    5. I have been pondering on this too but you know what, God is still our protector. Cheer up.

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    6. Sigh... sorry about that. May God rest their souls and comfort their families.

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  25. No gist from my end here. Need God's intervention in my life. No job, business isn't moving, can't even blast of a thousand naira. I need helpπŸ™ . God please come to my aid. Remember me oh LordπŸ˜”

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  26. Taking coke and about to fuck my husband's ass. We do this every Friday πŸ€ͺπŸ€ͺ

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    1. Ofone! πŸ™†‍♀️πŸ™†‍♀️πŸ™†‍♀️😳

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  27. I am breast feeding my girls. I just pray one of them sleep off soon. At least to manage one soldier dey easy pass two. Kudos to mothers of multiples in the house. Kindly help me with the hand out you use. We are just four months

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  28. Good evening y'all. How is the night going? Motivational speakers said we should chop life before life chop us. On that note, I had RIIIICH yam porridge for dinner. Omo everything dey inside. Calabar people dey cook abeg.πŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ I am currently watching a movie titled "Greenland". Very nice movie but Americans can act their imaginations sha. Somehow my spirit is telling me to skip the movie and watch "Akidi" on YouTube. I just might oblige.🀣🀣🀣

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  29. Just here sdking,true marriage is a scam.wish I can turn back the hands of time,wish I can unmarry myself.women don't marry a man that can keep malice..e get why.
    This my horseband can keep malice for Africa but this time I'll give him a run for his money.
    On Sunday morning,I said he won't be going to church that he has headache,I was even feeling sorry for him,told him I'll stay at home with him.I got the kids dressed so they can worship in a church close to the house.He now came out and saw one of the boys using a belt that easwas his,told him to go and change the belt.The boy went inside and came out with the same belt, horseband started quarreling the boy me sef join mouth to quarrel the boy.When the kids went to church this man just transferred aggression to me o..malice start.Usually I'll go and make peace but wo enough is enough,make we keep the malice dey go.dstv expired and he refused to pay for subscription just to punish me cos he nos I watch TV alot but I no send,I'll keep myself busy with SDK.We go keep this malice tire.He went and bought big Stout and he's drinking it (normally we drink together but I no go send) if I get money, tomorrow I'll buy smirnoff ice 2cans and drink too.I hate malice but this man don push me to the wall..5days and still counting..we mooovee.

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    1. Madam, fix your home wisely instead of destroying it.
      You might be here for pity party goers, and I am not one. I will tell you the truth.
      True marriage is not a scam. I have lived with my husband for over a dozen
      years and we've never quarreled. Even if there should be quarrel, I won't waste time
      to apologize to him even if he is wrong. Yes, that is what Jesus taught (Matthew 5:22-23, Romans 8:17-21).
      Instructed in the secret? Jesus; know him personally. study his teachings. Get a notebook and pen and fast/pray and study.
      I am not talking about "going to church." As you can see, you go to church but keep
      malice.πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  30. I'm here in my room sdking and listening to obi teh-teh-teh on authority fm.
    That guy get enough cray-cray walahi

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  31. It’s another lonely Friday☺️
    Hi Candy and ChocNoir,hope you ladies are fine...

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    1. Hope you are good darl.πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—
      Candy, Choco, TWE, TMW,Tbabe,Perx...y'all are missed

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  32. Was supposed to hang out with my colleague this evening, but he stood me up.

    He made the plans and asked me to call him when I was ready, I did and he did not pick up. Don't know if I should ask him what happened or let it slide.

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    1. I'd say let it slide so you don't look desperate to him. Act matured and go about your business next you see him just act like it was nothing 'unless he apologise'. Then he can always make up for it.

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    2. Personally ill ask him not like his answer will make any difference when he tells me I'll just say okay just wanted to make sure you were okay knowing you're fine no wahala. Then cut him off and face front or keep the communication cold

      At the start of lockdown, I had been communicating with an older guy based here in the abroad we never met he travelled to Nigeria, we were chatting on his way to the airport, he stopped replying I assumed he had boarded and he'll let me know when he landed. Oga ignored me for for over two weeks. New years day I dropped a message checking on him he replied instantly so I know he was ok. After that I withdrew. I concluded he has a family in Nigeria. He came back and resumed pushing for us to see. I reply nonchalantly

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    3. 8:08, is his name Toyin or AJ? Ruuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuun!

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    4. This anon 09:29 always assuming you know people being talked about here. Are you OK upstairs?

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    5. 10.58 πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  33. Just passing by o...on my way to watch sistas and van helsing....odaro

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  34. It's Freaky freaky Friday,am on a date with a friend.

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  35. In bed, missing an old friend i met in Abuja. Guy was fine, tall, and dark just my spec. Enjoyed spending time with him. Enjoyed the sex. We came into each other's lives at the perfect time and it only lasted a few months but I cherish those memories. We're both married to other people and have children. We keep in touch but nothing inappropriate. Respect him a lot. Miss you D.

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    1. It's funny how you detailed tales of your cheating here and none of the judginas on this blog called you out.

      Yet. Na Una go dey shout men are scum.


      Women. Na Una cheat pass....yet you will be dαΊΉni grating men.

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    2. 10:17, i love it that women are beginning to cheat too like you guys. An eye for an eye. Men do not have the monopoly of cheating

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    3. At all Anon 11:01 at all.

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    4. Actually women have been cheating from ages past.

      After all the men you are claiming don't have monopoly on cheating are not fucking men. They were fucking women

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