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Thursday, March 10, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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  1. Having a skill would be more useful than having a certificate.

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    1. Skill + certificate is the best. If you see an educated tailor and an illiterate one, you will understand what I'm saying.

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    2. Depends on the kind of skill or certificate.

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    3. One Hennessy for candy babe
      So so true

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    4. Education is NOT scam oo. No matter the skill, if you add education to it, it becomes a plus for you. And also puts you above everyone who has skills but without education.

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  2. That nobody really loves you

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    1. Miss Ess eyeneka, God loves you.
      Ehugs 🤗🤗

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    2. Hmmmmm... you're right. loving one self is just the best.

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  3. That slim is sexy

    Now to leave this oroboism na hard rock work. . . phew

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    1. When I was slim, it was hard to find my cloth size. I had a couple of tailors that slimfit everything I buy.

      With my desired weight now, all sizes I see are now small.

      Imagine!

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    2. It's comments like this make makes me think twice about wishing to add weight. I'm a size 6. People like my size but sometimes I feel insecure about it

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    3. Size 12 is sexy.
      @Khaleesi size 6? 🤯

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    4. Khaleesi
      You are not the only one with size 6 oo and the way people keep calling me lepa in a funny way is annoying

      I don gba kamu

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  4. Godliness, fervent prayers......

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    1. In prayers, ask once then follow up with actions; gratitude, generosity, visualisation and remain happy. I had no need to pray as if He was deaf nonstop fast so much.

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  5. That life in sinful pleasures called fun is just a scam; that life in abundance is in Christ.

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  6. If I knew life will be hard like this, I would have hustle hard earlier

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  7. Love is never enough. Not everyone will love n like u

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  8. I wish I learned that sex outside of marriage has irreparable pain.
    That when a man who I do not know very well as a believer in Christ says "I love you,"
    he probably means; "I want to have sex with you."

    Now I know.

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    1. Gbam! Same with me. Men are deceivers. The so-called relationship is just for you to be a sex mate. Had I known! Keeping your virginity for yourself till marriage is the ultimate. But hormones have a role to play. When you're young and naive and a man touches you your body will be doing jigbijigbi...you can't just control the feelings. Your legs open fiam. If only my mother took time to explain this to me, never visit men! That's the solution. If I ever give birth to a daughter, she must remain a virgin till marriage otherwise I disown her. What leads to desperation by women to marry quickly is because they don't want to continue giving men sex in the name of relationship. Once you do it your eyes will open and you'll start looking for a husband and not a boyfriend. Most men won't even make the sex worth your while. No prolonged foreplay which is what women enjoy. I've tied my legs like a mermaid abeg.

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    2. @19:01
      Men are not deceivers; it is men who DO NOT KNOW CHRIST that are deceivers.
      To know those who have Jesus, you must have Jesus in you life first.
      By the way, mermaids are demons of sexual depravities.

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    3. Lol @ 'tie legs like a mermaid'. You people will not kill me with laughter on this blog.

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    4. You people are talking to my soul. Only today because of my current predicament, I was saying to myself that God's laws are truly for our own good. It pays us well to heed his commandments.

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  9. Learning hand work immediately after NYSC...

    KNOWING GOD EARLY (Js 2 or 3) even when the messag keep coming, I press my ignore button..

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  10. I wish say i for know wetin dey good for me before na

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  11. I wish i had opted for entrepreneurship right from the start and not depending on my qualification(s)

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  12. Don't live to impress anyone, cos when the chips are down, those you try to impress, will still laugh at you.

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  13. That nothing is guaranteed in life. That most of my childhood and teenage dreams were just fantasies 😓

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  14. That celebs lives are fake lives.
    And they do not matter.

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  15. Say UK no dey easy..i should have left mk kids in Naija mk me n hubby hussle wella...just tire i leave bank job run come...now i just tire..I thank you Lord still for everythg...ee go better one day...

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    1. Oya come back na, make another person go

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  16. That microbiology is a somewhat useless course. Na so so teacher all of us wey I know for Naija dey do

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    1. My dear , I don't understand why I did that course but I thank GOD for the path HE choose for me now.

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    2. One of my biggest regrets in life oh @anon 20:10

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    3. My dear na Naija fail una o. MCb na hot cake abroad

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    4. Hmmm, my in law read microbiology and he's working with an oil firm, he even did his IT with an oil firm while in school. So just follow the part God chooses for you, by the way teaching isn't a bad thing, there are millionaire teachers you know.

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  17. Learning a skill ( during ASSU strike) and going to school at the same time that way you have dual achievement after your education

    Learning a skill with a family and kids to take care of is not easy

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  18. I wish I knew God deeper before now

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  19. Understanding the process of life. Not trying too hard in my relationships when I was in my Twenties.

    Loving myself like no other etc

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  20. That adulthood is a scam.
    That Nigeria also is a scam

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  21. That love does not exist

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  22. Only love isn't enough reason to go into a relationship

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  23. I should have known that theres no God.

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    1. Even the devil acknowledged the existence of God, whatever you re going through that made you deny his existence, may he surprise you with a miracle and if it's the death of a loved one, May he grant you the grace to get over it

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    2. heyy cheer up OK? there is GOD,A MIGHTY ONE at that,I know some situatiins will make it seem like HE IS not there.Just like @kidjo said,may HE suprise with a miracle.

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  24. Some people are better left without care. The more you care for them. They more they hate and plan for your downfall.

    It's within your ability. Please marry early.

    Family is not everything. Some friends are closer than family

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    1. Your first comment was my predicament and I am still suffering the effects till today

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  25. I wish I had the courage when I was younger to travel out or accept job offers outside my comfort zone.
    I wish I know earlier that i can apply for masters abroad in a different field from my Bsc without even using agent.
    But I am on them right now😊

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    1. This was exactly how my sister and her husband relocated. Good luck to you

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    2. thanks @Joy🥰,still finding legit ways to raise the fee deposit deposit but God dey😁

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  26. Look out for me first, before anyone else.
    Bible even says, love your neighbor as yourself.

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    1. This here was exactly my mistakes in my early years, I left my own problems and be solving other people's problems and money have left me now but none of them send me again, even some of them don turned/took me as their enemy. God dey

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  27. That men are scum

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  28. I learnt the hard way.

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  29. While in the university, I wished I studied harder than I did so that I'll come out with a better grade. Atleast abroad scholarship for dey rush me now. It's well. We move!! God Knows best. * inserts muscle emoji*

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  30. I have a lot of things that I wish that I know before now.
    The one that is so painful to me is not learning a handwork before now, hoping that my certificate alone can do the magic.

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  31. That love alone is not enough.

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  32. I wish I used the money I paid in uni to start a business, honestly the certificate just dey there,and my mama really struggled to see me through school,now I never take care of myself not to talk of my old mama

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    1. This made me feel bad. God will help you. Amen. I am here with all my God given success in both work and akkada, my mama no dey to enjoy am. May God see you through.

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    2. This is heartbreaking,but nevertheless God will make a way for you,try a business or a skill u might make money form either of these.There is always light at the end of the tunnel.what u need to be praying for now is long life and good health for ur mum,so that when the money finally comes she will be alive,hale and hearty to enjoy.God bless you❤️

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  33. School na scam, Asuu na time wasters

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  34. That I should have acquired a skill immediately after school and start practising while waiting for a white collar job.
    I believe it is not too late, I have picked up already and I intend to hustle hard so I won't hustle with grey hairs or rely on kids and relatives for upkeep at old age.

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  35. That I should have travelled to California 12years ago when I had the opportunity on a platter of gold,I turned it down,never knew Nigeria will get to this level,it is well with our country

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  36. i wish i had kept some secrets to myself and not trust friends. i wish i had relocated outside the country in my early teens.

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  37. That;it wasn't poor peoples kids alone that needed to learn handy skills. I wish i knew earlier honestly.

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  38. I wish I made good choices with friends,friendship set me back and I made wrong choices with relationships.

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  39. I wish I had studied nursing,I went to study parasitology and entomology. Now I can't even work in a lab because of the discrimination by Medical laboratory scientist

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  40. Google and YouTube.

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  41. Google and YouTube.

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  42. That pornography is highly addictive

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  43. That marriage is not a "fairy tale" like we read in Mills and Boom series while growing up.....

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  44. I wish I knew how to set boundaries and be assertive from the get go, I probably won't be a rape survivor today. It is well.

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  45. I finished school and immediately started learning clearing and forwarding but now sef govt is there frustrating the lives of agents and importers with high charges everywhere.U work u no go see money , even sef importers are also frustrated.Abeg the matter no easy,my tired is tired 😩😩

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