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Monday, May 10, 2021

Reigning Slangs In Nigeria....

 Nigerians can coin new words and these words only makes sense if you are a Naija person....

Let me give an example of what I mean and leave you to continue in the comment section.... Some slangs are new and some are old.

''Cut soap for me''

''Wahala be like...''




62 comments:

  1. Maybe I’m the only one who isn’t into these slangs stuff.
    Some are quite funny and interesting though but I dislike this “wahala be like” whatever you choose to add.

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    1. Yeah me too

      Some make sense while some are out of it

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    2. People have not finished speaking and improving their English language, they're turning to slangs, UK and US stick to their english

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    3. 'All na wash'

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    4. Aaah I am happy that we plenty in this group..

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    5. Mr UK and US, every language and culture has its slangs, with new ones coming with every generation. People who escort others to the airport are the worst😣.

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    6. Who says UK and US stick to their language. British people use the most slang, but in some persons' shallowness we go call am idiomatic expression. Anakogheri. E choke abeg. We are who we are, not US wannabes

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  2. Its the .... for me
    Vawulence
    Vayolence
    Men will what!!
    This life no balance!
    So because I no get money

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    1. I dont like slang except warri slang ..but what does cut soap for me mean?? what is the origin of the slang?

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    2. Yes,nah warri dey sweet me too..in Eriga voice..how ur mara b? Abeg!

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    1. please what does cut soap for me mean?

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    2. Anon, it was a skit

      One guy did Yahoo plus aka jazz. He didn't know his neighbour saw him bathing with native sponge & soap the previous night.

      He came back flexing. When people were rejoicing with him, he said they should thank God for him, nah baba God do am.

      His neighbour called him aside and said *guy abeg cut soap for me...*

      That's how the slang started

      Lie lie motivational speakers

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  4. "Its the this for me"... "Its the that for me"

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  5. "Na Desmond Elliot cause am"

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.... but really, if it wasnt for that stupid Desmond elliot, one naira will equate one dollar.

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  6. Kai, nah wow o

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  7. I hate slangs and trendy words. I’m a massive trend snob. Be it fashion, slangs, ‘new happening places’ etc.

    The one that pisses me off right now is when people find an excuse to use the word literally in every sentence, just because it’s trendy now. The most annoying part is when they use it wrongly.

    No, you did not literally die.
    No, you didn’t literally push yourself.
    No, you didn’t literally cry your eyes out.
    No, you didn’t literally eat shit.

    Don’t say literally when you mean figuratively.

    What if I told you that you could go through your entire life without using it and people would still understand you?!

    πŸ™„πŸ™„πŸ™„

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    1. Go drink honey Abeg life is too sweet for this your shalaye

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    2. All this epistle ontop joke? You need Jesus with a touch of honey!

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    3. People copy alot in this country, not even positive & productive things. One person starts and others follow blindly

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    4. So you mean by you literally typed all this because of 😳😳😳😳

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    5. Anon 13.55 this your own na sign and symptom of antisocial behavior..over uptightness dey worry you. Abeg relax your nerves biko

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    6. Anon.14:12, your kind of laughter appetite give comedians extra work.
      My worry is, how l am going to be explaining every joke to you, as we both visit this Blog ? 🀫
      Please help me to help you......thank you.

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    7. 13:55

      So you literally write all this?

      You're not a trend snob, (who dash you) you're just literally one of those awkward, uncool peeps, who literally are as exciting as boiled okro without salt, so in order to sleep well at night, you literally act like you dont care. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

      Someone should literally cut soap for you, soap that will give you a sense of humour. πŸ€£πŸƒ‍♀️

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    8. Wow! I didn't literally read this

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  8. Nawa o.wahala be like......πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  9. Omo I enjoy all the slangs,make person dey catch cruise Biko.The country is too frustrating.

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  10. Wahala be like,bobrisky toilet,e no dey gree flush.

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    1. You say wetin🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£

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  11. Who dey breeeeeeathe
    E choke
    E restrict airflow
    E strangulate🀷

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    1. Bobrisky toilet e no dey flush

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  13. I really liked "na the matter we dey solve"

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    1. O po ju. O po can. O po yeah yeah πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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  15. Na story you dey find.,,,,,, Wahala no too much???

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  16. "You dey ment", 'wahala be like' ' e choke' "who dey breeth", "na Desmond Elliot cause am"

    🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

    I don't use any though

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  17. Problem no dey finish
    No go dey whine me

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    1. I love that one pass we die for this blog

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  19. "Wetin dey sup?"
    " I go run am street"

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    1. I love this one! Makes me laugh.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  21. Suprised i did not see, gbogbo wa la ma je breakfast...

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    1. Na dat matter we still dey solve now...hehehehee

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  22. I am surprised some persons are expressing bitterness in slangs and saying it is razz and whatnot. Every dialect, Every language has a slang, that are associated with a particular time, some slangs Stay long enough to be incorporated as language and you will speak them not knowing it was a slang in days past. Get over your selves Queen victoria/Elizabeth of England. In the whole of Uk, New zealand, America and Anglophone countries, people speak English, but Many identify those who aren't local by the idioms and slangs they use. So slang is a norm. Analigom, Udo

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