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Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by Nobody: 8:33am On Jun 11, 2015
There is something that I notice about Yorubapeople. If Yoruba want to call physically challenged people by their names, I notice wedon't discriminates them. The first letter of thephysically challenged people names usually start with letter "A" which will include we and them in calling them. for example.Afoju.......Foju means Blind....While Afoju means we are all blind.Aditi......Ditimeans Deaf......WhileAditi meanwe are all Deaf.Afin........Finmean Albino....... While Afin mean We...

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Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by lomprico(m): 8:47am On Jun 11, 2015
Abegii! How come oba akiolu dint say 'we will all drown in d lagoon'?

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Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by akunjohn(m): 9:45am On Jun 11, 2015
Dis one pass me o!
Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by Funjosh(m): 6:34pm On Jun 11, 2015
lomprico:
Abegii! How come oba akiolu dint say 'we will all drown in d lagoon'?

So what are you insunuating, that those people are what
Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by absoluteSuccess: 9:04pm On Jun 12, 2015
lomprico:
Abegii! How come oba akiolu dint say 'we will all drown in d lagoon'?
Because we don't all play nuisance games on people's intelligence at every slight opportunity others have to assert themselves, just to make them angry or have sad outcome for their expectations, nor do we all use a man's outburst as weapon of endless mockery, sowing discord and unprovoked rivalry at every point. OP may God bless your wit, I never see it this way ever thanks.

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Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by lomprico(m): 8:46am On Jun 13, 2015
absoluteSuccess:
Because we don't all play nuisance games on people's intelligence at every slight opportunity others have to assert themselves, just to make them angry or have sad outcome for their expectations, nor do we all use a man's outburst as weapon of endless mockery, sowing discord and unprovoked rivalry at every point. OP may God bless your wit, I never see it this way ever thanks.
Who are 'we'?

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Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by absoluteSuccess: 9:11am On Jun 13, 2015
lomprico:

Who are 'we'?
'We' are any non-bigoted soul that's fair minded from any of the cardinal points. We is one that never intrude to draw a pound of flesh but to contribute to learning on human development to foster good neighbourhood.

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Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by absoluteSuccess: 9:16am On Jun 13, 2015
Funjosh:


So what are you insunuating, that those people are what
He is insinuating that the people are rivalry challenged.
Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by lomprico(m): 9:18am On Jun 13, 2015
absoluteSuccess:
'We' are any non-bigoted soul that's fair minded from any of the cardinal points. We is one that never intrude to draw a pound of flesh but to contribute to learning on human development to foster good neighbourhood.
Am proud of 'we'

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Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by absoluteSuccess: 10:30am On Jun 13, 2015
lomprico:

Am proud of 'we'
We are a great team, we have to learn to forgive each other because we would keep offending each other, but our differences does not compare to our strength: we have fought via our differences and we have helped each other to succeed via our strengths. We need each other because we have everything in common, even in strength and weakness. We don't have to waste our strength on our weakness or differences. Welcome back home. We are proud of you.

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Re: Do You Notice This About Yorùbá People? by Vycko(f): 4:37pm On Jun 13, 2015
Haha...nice

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