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Tuesday, December 20, 2022

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

32 comments:

  1. You are adding

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  2. Just generally talk about lifestyle changes to the person

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  3. You are looking good with a smile,but trim down a little ❤

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  4. I will politely and straight in the face tell you to lose weight!
    Went out on a date with a gorgeous lady, a whole Director at the global company that she works for and in her late 30s.....She has mouth Odour.
    Probably wondering why I never made a move to kiss her...had to tell her straight up and politely that her mouth isn't FRESH, that she should go take a shower.
    Me that likes to eat uncircumcised Punani!

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  5. I wouldn't because I don't know what they might be passing through and it their weight or weight gain is none of my business.

    It is rude and uncouth to tell a person that they are adding weight, ndi accurate weight-keepers.

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    1. This talk, or more of excuse of "I don't know what they maybe passing through" it's so so 18 century. There's many ways to tell someone that they're adding.😎


      Like, hey babe, you're Chopin up o. Sis, you're really adding o. Or can go all out and be super french πŸ˜„ like, sweetie, you're being very conspicuously obvious, I think you need to eat more of cucumber πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‰πŸ€£





      *Faints.







      Umu uwa achoro eziokwu!





      I Sha want my friend to tell me when I am adding so I go quickly adjust.


      Sometimes, we dey forget ourselves and all those rice, akpu, noodles, yam, bread are not your mate.

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    2. Very annoying thing. I had to warn a male friend not to comment on my weight ever again.
      If I add weight, "u don fat o" if I loose weight" wetin dey happen, u too slim" I just had to put him in his place. Nonsense

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    3. Rude and uncout me? Hmm...

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  6. My own friends, I will just call them "chop chop". Na them go come dey use their mouth say "shebi i don dey fat" I will be like "shey you nor know, abeg watch your weight ooo". Case closed.

    If you are not my friend, wetin concern me with your weight naaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa?

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  7. They have mirrors at home so it's none of my business unless they are part of my nuclear family. I will tell them, they've putting on weight and they should watch it. None of them will get offended because we watch each other's back.

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  8. Don't!!! Overweight people know they are overweight and will work on their weight when they are ready. Its bad manners to pass comments about people's weight if they didn't bring up the topic first.

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    1. THANK YOU, they have mirrors ! They know, they try on clothes daily, they’re aware! I can’t do that no matter what because even though I’m very fit I’m touchy about weight I can imagine overweight people

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    2. Not really. I have a mirror at home too, and was adding seriously, but I didn't realize it. A friend teased me about my weight gain, and I had to go back to look at myself properly.

      We are now an extremely emotional generation, that we take everything as an insult. How can you call someone your friend if the person can't tell you the truth biko.

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    1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚, you will soon be fat🀣🀣🀣🀣

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  10. See as you wan take scatter this your sweet shape with too much food.

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  11. Not necessary, not my business

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  12. I'm even use to it now .
    Mama you don add weight ooh . Any still look good on you.
    I'm always trying to lose the weight, but it will still crawl back.

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  13. You look good though I would love you to trim down a bit, don't be offended,I am concerned about you.

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  14. This one go hard to talk

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  15. Omoh guy/babe whr u dey pump dey go Kai u gaz reduce am oo

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  16. Nwa ooh!! Your getting fat means that your fat straight up. .Fat people don't sugar coat mouth when they will be telling slim people to add some weight

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    1. Don't mind them. Anything more than size 12 is a disaster

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    2. GBAM
      Don't mind them.
      Is it not them that will be calling slim people bag of bones? Even here?
      With their irritating always sweating skin.

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  17. As they are about to sit: 'abeg o, no go break my chair.'🀦‍♀️
    As they are walking, 'ahn ahn you wan break d ground, seeas you dey waka na?'πŸ—£
    When they wear a nice outfit: this ya cloth fine o! I happy as you fit see your size sha.'😏
    As they are swallowing big bullus of eba, so like this nau, you no chop till tommorow ba???πŸ˜’

    Politely ko, potato ni...Dem must get sense by force.

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  18. Enjoyment, see freshness. You dey enjoy oh

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  19. Let's hit the gym together

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  20. You don fat means say you don fat abeg.why sugar coat it?



    Tutu

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