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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Memes Down Memory Lane...

    These memes will take you down memory lane, if not please exit this post.













33 comments:

  1. Looking at that thread alone makes my head hurt! I hated that hair style eh

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    1. Lol, makes me remember aunty Evelyn, if that woman makes your hair with that thread up there and yooou carry it for a week, you're strong.
      I still do the second one even in this my adult age
      We turned the third pic into a game....nice memories

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    2. I have short thread right now under my wig. Hehehehe.
      It straighens the hair and helps it grow faster.

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    3. Chaiii in my entire life only did this threading style once and i removed it dat same night. My head abi scalp has always been super sensitive since i was young even till now i mostly carry my natural hair and wigs for outings. Thankfully my hair is healthy and fairly long. I dey quick get headache,my mum even gave up on weaving my hair as a child cos of tears.

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    4. I used that thread wella for Kaduna then....

      Koroso abi koso... That thing can make one forget house chores.

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    5. That thread up there,made me cut my hair. Could not stand the pain.

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  2. Chai;the second one eehh..Cover of BIC biro and the plastic at the edge of "Tiger Big Battery"..πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

    Memories!!

    @MARTINS

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  3. Still trying to figure the last picture

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  4. Oh the dancing tree 😍 Where will I ever see that book again 😭

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  5. Memories, I'm looking for that thread to buy. I want to use it for my daughters

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    1. You can still get it from a big market if you search well. I still have one which I bought earlier this year.

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    2. You can get it from mushin market. Anything vintage is in that market.

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  6. Tortoise and the house of food. Good d days

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  7. the thread, durable and strong; that tortoise story in Intensive English Reader, fond memories

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  8. That thread ehn, using it to plait that time can pain me ehn.

    The second meme, Chai, I play well well sha

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  9. Indomie generation left the group.
    This brings back sweet memories.
    Because of the evils these days children don't enjoy outdoors plays like we used to,like sitting and watching the moon at night, cooking with milk tin,rolling tyres,playing with rubber bands,bathing under the rain, etc.

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    1. Go to present day ghettos, you will still see the Children doing almost all these you mentioned above.

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  10. Wow how i played that okorosa like mad chai, dat thread no pass me by

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  11. That thread up there issa very painful when plaiting hair with it..

    The 2nd meme,my brothers played the game wella.

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  12. That 3rd picture, i still av d test book at home, jss1 intensive english, wow memories

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  13. Oh wow, these pictures brought back memories.
    Oghu isi
    Okoso
    The dancing palm tree.

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  14. I dreaded making that hair thread,the way they would pull,comb and twist the hair eh,if you shout wahala,you are faced with either making your hair or cutting your hair.After making the hair kwa,you hang your head like a medieval vulture because of the tight hair,I didn't like it cha cha.The only consolation was that your hair will grow wella.

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  15. Oh mine!!! I can relate with the 3. I remember the first day i made this thread in primary school, the lady used the thread to hold the top of my hair, plaited my hair and used the thread to hold the tip of my hair, when i got home my dad said, "What, who plaited this bomb on my hair" πŸ˜‚. Ever since then, I never did thread πŸ˜‚

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  16. God I'm old o Chai. I still remember that tortoise story lol.

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  17. The Dancing palm tree @ third pic. I still remember it in Intensive English Jss1. Tortoise was very clever and cunny.

    Still remember the first and second. Thank God mum never plaited my hair, I didn't go through that pain.
    My immediate elder brother always had the first one.

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  18. I can relate with all the three pics! That thread 🧡 up there is damn painful 😣😣 I always have boil on my scalp then due to the pain! Memories πŸ˜…

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  19. I hated that thread up there with passion, the meme l play one Weller.

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  20. No.1😩😩😩 I’m still traumatized just looking at that picture. My mom and sisters almost plaited my brain with it and they wonder why I’m headstrong today? The VIOLENT took it by force!

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  21. RIP Mama Stella of odalume street, ladipo estate, shogunle. That woman was a thread stylist numero uno

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