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Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by ObalufonIII: 2:28pm On Sep 11
Kendrick80:

Plus 007 on Nintendo 64 and Mario kart

Mario Kart, splendid!

I miss CTR: Naughty Dog on PS1.
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by badisa123: 2:38pm On Sep 11
My secondary school days was interesting I missed all my friends and Teachers
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Learnitng: 2:55pm On Sep 11
It sure was amazing, those good old secondary school days! Lol. grin

It is nostalgia and euphoria combined.

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Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by ElPhoche(m): 2:55pm On Sep 11
CzarChris:
Explorers, how could you forget Sega Mega Drive 2. Playing MK with brutality, fatality, babality and combo in sega still remains the best MK game ever to me. How could I even forget Sunset riders, tekken etc. Chai! Man don dey old o. grin
Noob Saibot was the man for me. XCABCZXXABCZCZC.....Brutality
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by smilings(f): 2:57pm On Sep 11
Explorers:
The pain of waking up every morning to push that dad's car that won't start with your school uniform
grin
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by crixlight2(m): 3:00pm On Sep 11
ElPhoche:

Noob Saibot was the man for me. XCABCZXXABCZCZC.....Brutality
Down A B up B up B A Down
Voice: exelent
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Kendrick80(m): 3:01pm On Sep 11
ObalufonIII:


Mario Kart, splendid!

I miss CTR: Naughty Dog on PS1.



Naughty dog damn...good old days
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Kendrick80(m): 3:03pm On Sep 11
ObalufonIII:


Baba, dem nor easy o.

To me na Chun Li with thousand kicks, that fat Asian guy with thousand punches and Blanca the electric guy are the easiest to use.

Do you disagree?
I disagree...shoyu ken and adoken were easy and causes more damage
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Itzhak(m): 3:05pm On Sep 11
falcon01:
doing cool tricks like summersaults to impress your crush
i can relate to the backflip, the one you pounce on the the intertwined palm of a friend or trusted person... Unfortunately i ate sand while in a hurry to impress a crush. I dont even think d guy am suppose to pounce on his palms finished counting to 3. Before i flipped. Imagine my embarrassment
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Korrection(m): 3:08pm On Sep 11
temmytopsy1:

wow. i love to listen to sisqo, craig david, celine dion, rkelly and this guy that sang it wasnt me
shaggy..
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Korrection(m): 3:10pm On Sep 11
Wow... cool memories.... back then when my mom will put food on fire and goes out to gist with friends about village meeting. I no sabi hungry sha....I can see no indomie generation commenting.
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by kuldude29(m): 3:23pm On Sep 11
I just wonder what the present generation are enjoying

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Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by ObalufonIII: 3:39pm On Sep 11
Kendrick80:

I disagree...shoyu ken and adoken were easy and causes more damage

Shoryuken and Adoken where difficult to the layman. You needed proper gaming skill to rub down + forward + high/low punch to get it. A lay man would badly rub your pad and damage it.

Now compare it with E-Honda thousand punches by holding high punch for a few seconds or Chun Li's holding high kick for a few seconds for thousand kicks.
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by abes(m): 3:39pm On Sep 11
OlujobaSamuel:

Holiday is coming, Holiday is coming
No more clanging bells, no more teacher's whip
Goodbye teachers, goodbye scholars
we are going on a jolly holiday
a jolly! holiday.......
what i thought it was then although not the real wordings but similar is;
No more morning bells, no more teachers whip
Goodbye teachers, goodbye students.
Unity School Ikire was so much fun back then. Heard Aregbe don scatter tinz now

Unitarian... Which set?
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by olenyi(m): 3:39pm On Sep 11
[quote author=temmytopsy1 post=60318529]
wow. i love to listen to sisqo, craig david, celine dion, rkelly and this guy that sang it wasnt me [/quotel]



Shaggy
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by shadyberry(f): 3:40pm On Sep 11
I miss all my friends back them in school... omo, you go fear competition..you think say you know book until result show.

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Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by vickertony(m): 3:49pm On Sep 11
uncleade:
THANK YOU MR DJ FOR PLAYING MY SONG,THANK YOU, THANK YOU, I'VE BEEN WAI'RING FOR LONG.
If you could remember this, then we are of the same generation.
I know this song, witnessed most things stated here, tho still young shaa "94" kid..
This song make sense, you forgot brenda too...
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Rozaytee(f): 4:05pm On Sep 11
Explorers:
Saving all you earn for years just to have this, then you're king in the neighborhood.


Nobody will sleep, including your father.


'Whats luv gat to do, gat to do........(Popular Demand DJ Mix)

'Uleash the Dragon, sisqo...

Ruff Ryders Anthem, DMX..

Pain Is Love, Ja rule
omo my favourite track den was...sisqo-unleash d dragons...lol..come see how everybody go start to dey creep walk....lol...how time flies

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Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by OlujobaSamuel: 4:10pm On Sep 11
abes:

Unitarian... Which set?
06. yours?
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by abes(m): 4:30pm On Sep 11
OlujobaSamuel:

06. yours?
Second set, finished in 99
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Sall(m): 4:35pm On Sep 11
Explorers:
Lending your friend a CD and getting it back scratched.


But then. Even the scratched CD's still play very well compared to what we are having now. I remembered, I had this Brian Adams CD for more than ten years and still playing perfectly despite been scratched.
What a good old day.
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by adaksbullet(m): 4:58pm On Sep 11
Explorers:
Saving your launch money to buy that sportin waves cream that won't still work.

Then you start brushing your hair like..


Fiwasaye girls Akure can trip for guys with waves those days like.
bus employer, are u lived on akure ni? shocked shocked
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by myaokija(f): 5:01pm On Sep 11
Explorers:
Raise up your SOP on the assembly, you no get, na die.




Holiday is coming 2×

No more teacher's whip

No more morning bell

Goodbye teacher, Goodbye kini kan kinikan.......




Aa mi rele o baba, olojo oni o

Gbo eko ti a ko, ni nu ile iwe wa, maje ki eye esu saa je lokan wa, aamun.

O da bo o....
Holidays is coming . Holidays is coming... .. No more morning bell...... No more teacher's stroke..... Teachers goodbye....Scholars goodbye. I am going to spend my holi.. . Holidays. My holiday.. . Holidays
Lalasticlala go relate na
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by adaksbullet(m): 5:04pm On Sep 11
temmytopsy1:

Oyemekun boys date st louis girls while aquinas boys date fiwasaye girls. lol
am went too st peters cool


WHR are u went too sch on akure? cool
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Kendrick80(m): 5:35pm On Sep 11
ObalufonIII:


Shoryuken and Adoken where difficult to the layman. You needed proper gaming skill to rub down + forward + high/low punch to get it. A lay man would badly rub your pad and damage it.

Now compare it with E-Honda thousand punches by holding high punch for a few seconds or Chun Li's holding high kick for a few seconds for thousand kicks.

Ur a lazy gamer
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by bcbones(m): 5:41pm On Sep 11
Explorers:
Saving your launch money to buy that sportin waves cream that won't still work.

Then you start brushing your hair like..


Fiwasaye girls Akure can trip for guys with waves those days like.

I noticed everyone used sportin waves back in school days
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by priceaction: 5:49pm On Sep 11
Explorers:
Saving all you earn for years just to have this, then you're king in the neighborhood.


Nobody will sleep, including your father.


'Whats luv gat to do, gat to do........(Popular Demand DJ Mix)

'Uleash the Dragon, sisqo...

Ruff Ryders Anthem, DMX..

Pain Is Love, Ja rule

This is what I used to disturb my hood then with chakademus and pliers : mother she wrote, teasebme tease me tease me babe, til I loose control oooo.
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Explorers(m): 6:13pm On Sep 11
WhoDeyThere:
I learnt there's cementary close to your basketball court. How true?

State Hospital's morgue is behind the fence then, don't know about now.
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by ajepako(f): 6:14pm On Sep 11
Roll call in my class..
St. Joseph Catholic primary School, Elegbaata, Lagos island (1980-1981)
Primary 1C. Girls (Class teacher: Mrs Bakare)
Adeniji Adesola
Adeshina ldiat
Ajayi Adetoun (late now)
Alao Basirat
Amusa Fausat
Bolagbade Halimot
Giwa Latifat
Iyanda Tawa
Kadiri Modina
Ojelabi Opeyemi
Shabi Mulikat
Olubade Karimot
Omobayowa Maryam (me)
Shomade Ramota
Sulaiman Zainab

Geez! Hard to believe l can still remember that verbatim according to the register even after 37 years..

Abeg clap for me!!! grin grin grin grin

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Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by temmytopsy1(f): 6:19pm On Sep 11
iamtardey:
temmytopsy1
you're definitely from akure
Yes
Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by Gwaihir: 6:20pm On Sep 11
ajepako:
Roll call in my class..
St. Joseph Catholic primary School, Elegbaata, Lagos island (1980-1981)
Primary 1C. Girls (Class teacher: Mrs Bakare)
Adeniji Adesola
Adeshina ldiat
Ajayi Adetoun (late now)
Alao Basirat
Amusa Fausat
Bolagbade Halimot
Giwa Latifat
Iyanda Tawa
Kadiri Modina
Ojelabi Opeyemi
Shabi Mulikat
Olubade Karimot
Omobayowa Maryam (me)
Shomade Ramota
Sulaiman Zainab

Geez! Hard to believe l can still remember that verbatim according to the register even after 37 years..

Abeg clap for me!!! grin grin grin grin


A lot of Muslim names in a Christian school. You have to give it to the Yorubas when it comes to religious tolerance.

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Re: School Register: Decades Back In Secondary School, Can You Relate?(Photos) by temmytopsy1(f): 6:20pm On Sep 11
Originality007:


lolz....so which sch did u attend? i attended oyemekun
Army comprehensive

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