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Monday, May 31, 2021

Memes Down Memory Lane

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






 





33 comments:

  1. Na the leg of that babi dey 1st break.

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    1. What are those toys?
      Don't get it.

      2... I did it yesterday in church. Someone wrongly brought chewing gums for the children's church, we didn't allow them to chew. Adults took gums and pasted the tattoo stickers on the kiddies hands. Haha.
      They were happy though.

      3. For boys. Watched them roll it.

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    2. No... Anon,the leg no dey break oo. Na the head they first poke with nail to put attachment inside. Na all those oyibo own the leg dey quick comot

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    3. XP imere ihe ndi mmiri @ No 1?

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    4. The toys we called it 'Nwa baby' then.

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    5. Anon 12:40, You get am😁. You'll use hot nail to insert attachment in the head and then braid it. Different different styles o.🀣

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    6. Oh they were toys? Hahahahahahahaha.
      Didn't know of those,had Barbie dolls and hairy teddy bears to play with,bathe at will.

      Anony 15:05
      Please expatiate.

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    7. We used to call the dolls, baby kingsway. Down memory lane πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    8. Nwa baby ... I think mine
      Was green. Lol

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  2. Hahahahaha na the pink baby I get. Sometimes I dey bite her head

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    1. Na the mouth i dey bite comot to plaster am with eba and okro soup

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  3. I didn't play with the 1st memes.

    2nd memes I am surprised I didn't have tooth holes. I bought that chewing gum every day after school with my paddy then Ijeoma in primary school.

    3rd memes I have no idea what it is

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    1. The 3rd is Boris,,guys use it to fetch water and ride on it.

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  4. Na dat babi I used to play with and the other fake barbie. I no get teddy hear till I was like 9 and I had already outgrown toys by then. Now our children won't know all this babiπŸ˜ƒ

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  5. Those days this doll dey somehow expensive, if u are seen with it, u be rich man pikin. B4 it now became very cheap. I remember begging my mum to buy it for me but she refused. I used to beef my friends that owns this doll. Kikikikiki

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  6. You see that tattoo
    Kai I chopped beating from my mom, one day I bought the candy from school and i placed the stick on my body.
    My mom saw it and said I had done a tattoo 😭😭😭 I'd never forget that day !!!

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    1. Pele. She must have woozed you an igbati slap.
      You'll cry so much, you'll think you were adopted. Hahaha.

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  7. I'm really old. I remember and used two of those.

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  8. Omo, My sister had those dolls.

    i drive that wheel scatter

    Then the chewing tattoo stickers, i used them but always made sure to wash them out before i sleep, because it was rumuored those tattoos turned real at night...

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  9. Exiting through the roof

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  10. I can remember when I used to play with that buble gum sticker, that was fun 😁😁😁

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  11. The days when I didn't have to worry about anything!
    Good good memories. ...

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  12. I remember the first two. But, the last one, I don't know.

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  13. The tattoo sticker for me.....didn't do that baby toy or toys in general.

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  14. The last - riding cart for boys and tuff tom boys (girls wey dey beat boys then, and maybe their husbands later, lol)

    The wheels are car bearings (renamed "boris"). The steering - bucket handles or malleable metal strip.

    The Bentley of the hood. If you owned one, you woke up to a queue of boys at your doorstep on Saturday mornings cash in hand to hire or pleas in mouths and promises of sharing (yet to be bought) snacks to ride for free.

    Remembering the good old peaceful Waffi of all Nigerian tribes. Man don old small ooo.

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    1. You got @ Boris. My younger bros use it to fetch water...

      Lovelace.

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  15. OHHH THE THIRD BELOVED BOOOREEX(LOL DID IT EVEN HAD AN ENGLISH NAME?) HAHAHAHA SO MANY TIMES WILL LVE BEING PULLING ALONG, TO PULL THAT THING EH, HAHAHAHA, STELLA THANKS FOR THESE FOND MEMORIES.

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  16. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ My father used to call that first one "arusi".

    The third one is called boris where I grew up.

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    1. Boris!!! I was trying to recollect the nameπŸ˜€

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  17. Ohhh!! I remember those plastic dolls,mine was big and red,my mummy bought it for me when she went to the market for Saturday market runs ... childhood memories...

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  18. They are still useful for those that are into juju. If they are tied together, facing each other, that implies friendship, but if they are tied together backing each other, it means, enmity till thy kingdom come.

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  19. I hated my pako baby growing up because I could not back it well like my friend would back their teddy
    I ate the leg with the intention of folding the legs so it will sit well but ko work

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