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Tuesday, April 05, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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  1. Criminal law ,
    I loved his wit and illustrations.

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  2. One youth copper aunty like that. She was funky, sassy, very playful with us and dressed to school with mini skirts and 6inch heels. Almost all the students liked her and her craziness because she came down to our level and connected with us. She taught us English then a left after a year.

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    1. I had such a teacher...her name is Aunty Christabel.but she asked us to call her Bella.she's also a model.i really wish I can get to see her or get her contact

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  3. My Fakorede, our literature teacher. This guy came to the school and turned literature into a subject I started to enjoy.


    It's too bad that I heard he later started to harrass/molest girls. How shameful! Tainting ur good deeds with something as evil as that.

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    1. Your 2nd paragraph is a shocker! The story degenerated so quickly without warning.😳

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    2. Which school Eka? I know one Mr Fakorede who coincidentally was a teacher in Lagos, he's late now.

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    3. It was not a school in Lagos maybe he was later transferred to Lagos, I don't know

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  4. My physics teacher
    One of his jokes I will never forget
    “There’s a biiiig stone in the sky, assuming the stone will fall to the earth, eeeeevery body will die except me, and I will ruuuuuuun

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  5. Scariest- maths.

    Most interesting- English

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  6. Can I even remember her name? The name is trying to register in my brain but not sticking. Way back primary school, Our Lady of Apostles Pry School, Lagos. That woman will put our heads between her thighs and be spanking our buttocks while screaming "iya e wa n'le, ma pa mi". Very smelling pussy oo. Tueh.

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    1. Kai...Abionah, try to dey censor some of your comments na. There was no need for that last sentence. Really no need.

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    2. Mark, is the woman related to you in anyway? Kindly leave my comment alone. Eyes front. If it can be posted, then it is ok.

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    3. Abionah, oh! She has to be related to me before I find your comment nauseating and inappropriate?? That tueh! You made should be directed at the stench of the nerve you have to drop such comment in a public fora. I insist there was no need to furnish us with that information. You couldn't remember her name but you can remember her Vjay stinks?? Sigh!

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    4. 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    5. Abiona if you check am well, u no supoz type that last part. na woman you be. No b all things person supoz dey post.

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    6. Mark, is everything OK?

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    7. Mark Morgan rest

      She’s saying what she experienced, and I’m sure maybe other females can relate as well, those days when we were young and had to go to the hairdressers to get our hair done and how our heads were forcefully shoved between their thighs when they wanted to plait our hair and how our poor, young noses were assaulted by odiferous smells.
      You think what she’s saying is bizarre and offensive because you obviously can’t relate but I assure you, we know what she’s talking about.

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    8. Eka I follow you ask

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    9. Eka Joy🀣🀣🀣. Everything is fine. There was really no need for that last part I swear. Naaaa..naaaa. 🀣🀣🀣.

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    10. Eka joy I dey alright, snarker, and Abionah I have said my own. The last part didn't go down well with me. Enjoy your evening. I wan watch match. Abionah mo tiv fiyin le o. Ekaare!

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    11. Exactly snarker,this anty will have me placing my head in her laps. Kaii I just remembered d smell.

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  7. The one that taught me cooking
    My mom
    She made cooking fun
    I marvel when my friends complain about the stress of cooking.
    I enjoy itπŸ˜…

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  8. Agric teacher! This man is a vibe,we always enjoy his class..he always take his time to explain, illustrate for easy understanding! He even used to call us some botanical names too πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  9. I can't choose the craziest between Oji, the chemistry teacher and Atacama, the geography teacherπŸ˜‚

    Decodersooooo

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  10. My French teacher in secondary school. The way he made french language exciting, warmed all of us towards him and the subject. The way he says tres Bien after you answer his questions gives us a good feeling 🀣🀣🀣. Correct guy Le proffesseur.

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  11. Chike Okoye remains my best lecturer till date. He made Literature so much fun. I still chose Language though, can't be reading 13 boring literature texts and poems in just one course.

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  12. My Chemistry teacher was damn tooooo good. He made us all fall in love with the subject from Sss1. We call him Entropy Enthalpy 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  13. My Biochemisty lecturers Prof Sodipo and Professor Stan.

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  14. Our Igbo teacher, we used to call her Mrs Nanunti....she was overserious with the subject mehnnnnn...😢😢😢😢😢😢😢

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    1. You must be an ex FGGC Abuloma girl, or is this a coincidence??
      One of her phrases was, I will bite off ya ear

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    2. Yes Shining, you are absolutely spot on. Such awesome decoding. Pro unitate my fellow Abuloma sister with our cute maroon and white uniform. I miss Mrs Nanunti and I remember I will bite off ya ear lol πŸ˜†. Thanks for the memory...πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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  15. So I guess a lot of us were blessed with amazing literature teachers πŸ˜„

    I remember mine as well, she was really GOOD at what she did, really remarkable woman. She changed literature from a dreaded, puzzling, hard to pass subject to a ridiculously easy one. She was able to teach us how to properly analyze a literary piece without rambling or sounding verbose while highlighting the salient points.

    I went from getting a D the first time I ever offered literature to getting an A in WAEC thanks to Ms O.

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    1. I started writing epistle to simple questions sef πŸ˜‚

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  16. Mr. Owolabi, govt teacher. He made the stories come alive

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  17. My Economics teacher Aunty Julie...her konko shoe na Die! Dictation na problem! My class sha al ways got into trouble for laughing at her thick eastern Accent. If you raise hand to ask for spelling na problem! One time principal took my entire class out under scorching sun till evening cos she got upset and left our class! And the tyrants that caused the problem were so immune to the 8 strokes of the cane we each got. Me I just kukuma fainted and woke up when the flogging was over! I no get strength abeg!

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  18. Craziest - Fine Art Teacher (Mr Pedro)
    Interesting - Biology Teacher (I don't know his name but we call him Mr Ba)

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  19. Yea
    My lecturer then in schl
    He is a Prof but we called him baba prof
    That man is highly intelligent
    Very neat and speaks Well
    Anytime dis mam dey teach us na im.dressing me n friend dey always admire
    His colour combination na top notch
    He told us to read n workharder so dat we wont depened on our parents wen we grow up
    That he didn't spend his salary na d money his children send him na him he dey spend

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  20. My secondary school English teacher. He was good to a fault. He was jovial handsome and young. He always start his class with stories about University life and we will listen with serious attention. His class is fun and lively. Heard he ran mad and died within few months of being mad His village people did not allow his parents to reap the fruits of their labour. He died single in his middle thirties. His mother could not stand the loss so she died two months after. His exclamation always is.....what an empty world. RIP Sir.

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  21. My music teacher omg that woman is crazy personified, in a good way though. we all loved her, she took us to one singing competition like that, she is crazy but with a large heart

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  22. Mr Oyije,you simplified English language and literature thus making them interesting and livid.Because of good work done,GOD elevated you to the Ministry of Education,Cross River State as Director(currently).I still remember,we nick-name you Literary guru.
    #THATOGOJADUDE

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  23. Mr Oyije,you simplified English language and literature thus making them interesting and livid.Because of good work done,GOD elevated you to the Ministry of Education,Cross River State as Director(currently).I still remember,we nick-name you Literary guru.
    #THATOGOJADUDE

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  24. Mr Falana, geography teacher. St Louis grammar school ikere ekiti,2002 set. God bless you wherever you are. When you have a very knowledgeable handsome teacher, everything he says will just be entering your brain ni. Kudos to that man. I greet you specially.

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