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Monday, November 29, 2021

TRUE OR FLASE?

51 comments:

  1. I don't know o
    Really 😲😲

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    1. Yes! I wear a very beautiful piece round my ankle. Let the audacious fool of a man that reads this come and try hitting on me get the biggest embarrassment of his life...

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    2. Ms Saphire, you got it πŸ‘Œ I so much love anklets, I wear on my leg sometimes too and I dare to see one idiot approach me. It adds beauty to the leg, Lol.

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    3. @Saphire
      The only circumstance that will make you not have a price is if there is Jesus in your life.

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    4. Audacious fool, idiot? Did you know the meaning of wearing anklets before today? If men didn't hit on you before today, no man is going to hit on you on account of this post. Stop bursting your veins please.

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    5. Lol.. yimu @ saph.
      Nobody's hitting on you, we don't even know how you look, calm downπŸ˜πŸ™„..
      Post your pix first, let's start from there😌😌..

      Anyway, time changes things, so many things means different things initially, but with times, the meanings attached fades.. for example, 'my friend' pierced his nose in 2008, he was using a pin there, did it to be like PAC, alot of people were looking at him like he's gay, person weh like woman like another thing, he stopped wearing the nose ring after like 2 weeks, now nose ring is seen as 'normal' among lots of male celebs.. Lol.. when his friends remind him of these stuff, he always tell them he lived the future in his past😌

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    6. Alexander, I actually saw this earlier this year but I LOVE ankle pieces and this information here won't stop me from wearing them.

      Rosie,especially me that love to wear skirts. My husband loves them too.

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    7. Mr do you know how old I am, na post like this we go see you dey spit for mouth, very petty human being!

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    8. That's theirs,my own is for fashion,infact I wear it on both ankles,that's how I like mine and I am married and not willing to sleep with other men.

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    1. THIS IS A LIE STELLA ABEG. AN ANKLET IS JEWELRY FULL STOP. IT HAS NO HIDDEN CODES.

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    2. Exactly it's a piece of jewellery. I love them and wear them,and I'm married. I hate neck chains,but love bracelets and anklets.

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  3. I have no idea what this really means... I think most women if not all, use it for fashion.

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    1. I wear anklet as fashion including waist bead. Who cares if the society think some else is there thinking and not mine.

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  5. 🀣🀣🀣 in Nigeria its not true cos here they take it as fashion

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    1. Culture is different everywhere in addition to the meanings of certain things. In the south of Nigeria for instance, a titled man wears a lappa and in other cultures like the Welsh, men wear skirts. In certain cultures, married people wear their rings on the left hand and others on the right. Life is not that serious and nothing is set in stone as things change with time.

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  6. Anklets have been in existence since ancient times. It was found by the tomb of the one of earliest humans - Sumerians, it was also worn by Ancient women in Egypt, Africa, and India to show status, beauty and charm.

    The spread of Christianity and other values attributed pagan culture to it hence the myth surrounding its significance.

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  7. am not married yet wears it, I love anklet and a belly button chain.

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  8. This is true so sad nowadays women have took it for fashion. The devil is at work and look at the multitudes he has deceived.

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    1. See your mouth like devil is at work, which work I may ask? This is strictly fashion.

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    2. Anon 14:45 do you wear earrings, necklaces and gold watches? Were you born with them?
      Wearing anklets is no different

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    3. Then, the devil must be working with you. Your type raised your kids as social hermits without exposing them to TV while your papa sent his own sons abroad to watch tv everyday and have a full, informed and rounded life.

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    4. Devil kwa! Hmmmm.

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  9. I do not wear anklets but in this world they will always find a way of painting beautiful things bad. Its either they attribute it to slavery or prostitution.

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  10. Hearing this for the first time

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  11. Well, i find anklets and waist beads very fashionable and stylish on women. I don't believe in all these stories of woe and doom around it.

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  12. The way girls and ladies wearing anklets are looked at in Warri; either possessed or runs.

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    1. Wearing it on the right legs is actually a lesbian code in the LGBT community, just like the way they wear ring on the index finger of their right hand, however some people are ignorant about this, so not everyone who wears it on their right leg are lesbians.. but one thing I'll assure you is if you wear it on that leg in Lagos, especially on the island, (main venues- beaches) you'll get approached by lesbians trying to familiarise with you

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    2. I wear mine on any leg, today it might be right, tomorrow it might be left, I hardly take notice of the particular leg, any one goes. I hardly wear it except when I remember and my husband is indifferent about it.

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    3. Because I'm right handed I wear mine on the left. I even wear pain relieving anklets most times. I see nothing wrong there.

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    4. Lol..
      Ok, there was a time 'my friend' also wore anklet, it was a small glass bead rosary that he remade and wore back them, that should be around 2010/11.. some people were looking at it like it was his jazzπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.. showed the pix to a someone Sometime last month, talking about how weird 'my friend' has always been, she just dey laff

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  13. I don't wear it neither do I like it.

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  14. This post is alive biko. Anklets are worn by dancers as well. Yes, it is true it has a sexual intent but the implication of this post is extreme.

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  15. This was what they said it meant in the old days....as for me I currently wear one because I like it. I am unapologetic born again, spirit filled and heaven focused so I am not available for any man but my husband. my husband is indifferent to it and have never even complained about it. I used to wear waist beads when I was younger but now do not think it looks good on me because of my tummy. The day the Holy spirit convicts me to stop best believe i will drop it like its hot, but for now love it...lol

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  16. False abeg...I love leg chains especially those tiny gold ones.

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  17. Lol I used to wear it on my left leg,I don't see anything wrong even waist chain too,I stopped wearing it cos my husband doesn't like anklets but I love it

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  18. False abwg, love wearing it, had one but misplaced it

    Letter got another but an elderly woman adviced I remove it

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  19. I have a nice anklet. I wear it just as a fashion accessory, it adds some kinda beauty to the leg.

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  20. When will people learn that everything in life has unique societal or cultural meanings attached to them? This is just one meaning. There are many more meanings for anklets and this is just one. That it is controversial doesn't make it true because we don't know the culture where this interpretation came from or the context in which the meaning came. Look at things as things. Humans are the ones who attach meanings to them. Nothing is made with meaning. After all, the palm tree wey oyibo man call decoration na the same tree wey Nigerian see as food. Coral beads are just that. Beads. Idoma person see beads but someone from Rivers will see wealth from the same thing. What meaning you accept depends on your cultural perspective (yes, religion is a culture do don't remove it). Some people will read this say yes. Others, no. Others will also share other meanings the know for wearing anklets.

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    1. Don't mind them. I told my wife to wear anklets often for me jor.

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  21. In what part of the world?

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  22. Ignorance is bliss in Nigeria. Even the rainbow tells a different story now so if you take a picture by a rainbow sign or use it on your profile, it means something. It’s not good to copy other people’s cultures to appear sophisticated. The originators always know what it means. There is a sign for swinging couples in open marriages in the suburbs here too. I hope they haven’t blindly copied it fo their driveways in Naija. May God deliver his own in Jesus NameπŸ™πŸ½

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