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Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 12:16am On Nov 22, 2011
list the qualities you find attractive in non-yoruba and non-nigerian men.

you guys seem to be the most exclusive daters as a whole, second only to hausa women in this area.

so, since somehow you managed to polish your men to the extent that they became hot cakes under your excellent tutelage [not all of them but let's just generalize for the purpose of this thread], let's think outside the box for a change and look at non-yoruba/non-nigerian men.

so, list qualities [NOT FEATURES ONLY PLZ]  which you find attractive in men of other ethnicities and races, and which would make you consider them relationship/marriageable material.

you can list either by nationality, ethnicity, race, tribe, etc. Doesnt mean you have to date them o- its just an exercise.

no thread derailing or hating, thanks.

and the local efulefus in general shouldnt think the thread is about them? The topic is discussing serious fellows only.

mods can move thread to wherever they like- not sure where to place it.

also, might change the thread title too if i find something more suitable
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by michelin89(f): 12:19am On Nov 22, 2011
As a yoruba girl, I find black men generally attractive. grin
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by seedord247(m): 12:29am On Nov 22, 2011
Though I'm a Yoruba but i will still say the Fact. . .

If you marry a Yoruba Women be ready to die at the age of 40-50.

Yoruba women don't think with their brain unless they invite third party to help them think.

If you marry a yoruba woman, have it in mind you marry the entire family except her dad.

Yoruba women values ceremony more than their children.

Yoruba women believe in investing money on material things Like (Aso ebi, Gold,) rather investing in their children future.

Yoruba women believe and have faith in their family than their husband.

But i still love my yoruba women because of their nagging and curse they raise on their husband.

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Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 12:30am On Nov 22, 2011
^^the thread is for yoruba women to list qualities they find attractive in non-yoruba men.

do you mind letting it remain peaceful.

no need to take things personally or did your SO click on the thread.

i could be wrong, but i thought you're neither a woman nor yoruba.

did you get a s.ex change?

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Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by r231(m): 12:36am On Nov 22, 2011
seedord247:

Though I'm a Yoruba but i will still say the Fact. . .

If you marry a Yoruba Women be ready to die at the age of 40-50.

Yoruba women don't think with their brain unless they invite third party to help them think.

If you marry a yoruba woman, have it in mind you marry the entire family except her dad.

Yoruba women values ceremony more than their children.

Yoruba women believe in investing money on material things Like (Aso ebi, Gold,) rather investing in their children future.

Yoruba women believe and have faith in their family than their husband.

But i still love my yoruba women because of their nagging and curse they raise on their husband.




I wonder what my dad is still doing alive then undecided

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Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by seedord247(m): 12:37am On Nov 22, 2011
Brooo . . Ain't got the swagg to fight today . .  

I thought you said we should list the qualities of yoruba women.

I be Confirmed Omo Ogbomosho

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Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by seedord247(m): 12:38am On Nov 22, 2011
r231:

I wonder what my dad is still doing alive then undecided

I mean this later dayz Yoruba women and more also your Dad may be indulging in some Sagba dewe
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 12:39am On Nov 22, 2011
seedord247:

Brooo . . Ain't got the swagg to fight today . .

I thought you said we should list the qualities of yoruba women.

I be Confirmed Omo Ogbomosho



^^the thread isnt about you, thanks and bye.

i wonder why you're so insecure but whatever.

cant be bothered right now.

besides, most trolls usually are.

i discussed this extensively on another thread. I might give you the link later.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by michelin89(f): 12:43am On Nov 22, 2011
I wonder tpiah is avoiding me. Is it because the last time we had an arguement, her allies, brooklyn and sjeezy later became my pals and even complimented my looks? cry cry cry cry cry
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by Nobody: 12:50am On Nov 22, 2011
Yoruba women values ceremony more than their children.

What crap is this?
Who ends up with the children after Yoruba men find their second or third wife?
Upon all the lies you pulled together up there, plz do not disrespect Yoruba women's hardworking motherhood.
If this is your personal story, try not to generalize it towards other Yoruba parents.


We do not joke around with our children.

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Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 12:50am On Nov 22, 2011
alright, let me start.


Ivory coast guys:

politics aside, seem very laid back and friendly. Like music.



Malian:

tall, handsome [at least the ones i've met]. Fulani-ish but not quite. Rather reserved and shy.



Congo:

bit of a nigerian attitude but like the francophone version. Fun to be with, good conversationalists and ladies' men. Some women prefer this type.

looks can run to and from both extremes [sorry for breaking the rule here but just thought i should mention that].


Cameroon:

i had the impression they were somehow reserved and soft spoken. Not shy though, like the malians. Seem to wait for the woman to take the lead, though i could be wrong.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 12:51am On Nov 22, 2011
let's try to ignore all thread derailers.

true, yansh dey pepper them but that's too bad.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 1:00am On Nov 22, 2011
sierra leonian men:

dont know about the individual tribes but in general,

outgoing, chatty, and like promoting their hobbies. Do not like exclusiveness too much.



senegalese:

friendly, good conversationalists, have the ability to make you feel very special when conversing with you. Give you their whole attention and make you feel they're really listening.


morocco:

same as senegalese but with white skin. But you tend to have the impression they have s.ex at the back of their mind. Not sure if this is imagination or they actually do have that at the back of their mind.



algerian:

very business-like, elitist and no-nonsense. Cant think of any other description. Very straightforward as in they dont hide their views. With them, it's pretty much a black and white world.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 1:01am On Nov 22, 2011
tunisian:

mostly laidback but i'm not sure since i havent met too many of them.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by BABE3: 1:02am On Nov 22, 2011
Igbo guys are sexy! (I'm generalizing).  cheesy
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 1:03am On Nov 22, 2011
arab:

everything is compartmentalized. If you're a black woman, their mind goes to the bedroom ie s.ex.

nothing more to discuss.

just my opinion- could be wrong.

since we're discussing qualities a yoruba woman would find attractive, then i suppose high libido perhaps.

and maybe romantic before you enter the harem. Sort of like yoruba men in a way.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 1:10am On Nov 22, 2011
liberian men:

seem playful though i'm not sure.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 1:10am On Nov 22, 2011
wbb.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by coogar: 1:15am On Nov 22, 2011
BABE!:

Igbo guys are sexy! (I'm generalizing).  cheesy

so you love igbo men?
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by BABE3: 1:19am On Nov 22, 2011
^lol. where did that question come from? I don't love them. I just think/know they are sexy.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 1:19am On Nov 22, 2011
kanuri:

very strict, no-nonsense. Usually go straight for what they want, but may disguise it under some conversational mumbo-jumbo for some unknown reason. For example, liking a girl [my friend] but instead striking up a conversation with her about politics which dragged on for some time.

just toast the lady and get it over with, jeez.


they seem very observant and rather hyper.

also, came across as a bit disdainful.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by coogar: 1:21am On Nov 22, 2011
BABE!:

^lol. where did that question come from? I don't love them. I just think/know they are sexy.

you don't love sexy things then i guess - you prefer the fuglies!
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by BABE3: 1:23am On Nov 22, 2011
^are you Igbo?
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by anonymous6(f): 1:25am On Nov 22, 2011
seedord247:

Though I'm a Yoruba but i will still say the Fact. . .

If you marry a Yoruba Women be ready to die at the age of 40-50.

Yoruba women don't think with their brain unless they invite third party to help them think.

If you marry a yoruba woman, have it in mind you marry the entire family except her dad.

Yoruba women values ceremony more than their children.

Yoruba women believe in investing money on material things Like (Aso ebi, Gold,) rather investing in their children future.

Yoruba women believe and have faith in their family than their husband.

But i still love my yoruba women because of their nagging and curse they raise on their husband.




wow, all the yoruba men in my family are married to yoruba women without these ridiculous problems; you love making up stuff don't you?
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by Jenifa1: 1:26am On Nov 22, 2011
I don't understand d purpose of this topic but this is funny:

tpia@:

^^the thread is for yoruba women to list qualities they find attractive in non-yoruba men.

do you mind letting it remain peaceful.

no need to take things personally or did your SO click on the thread.

i could be wrong, but i thought you're neither a woman nor yoruba.

did you get a s.ex change?


grin grin grin
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by coogar: 1:28am On Nov 22, 2011
BABE!:

^are you Igbo?

yes now.
do you find me s[i]e[/i]xy?
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by tpia5: 1:28am On Nov 22, 2011
not sure why some yoruba men are running around frantically on the thread, when nobody abused you.

afraid of sharing the spotlight [just for 1 minute] or what's the problem?

ah ah. undecided
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by Nobody: 1:30am On Nov 22, 2011
Uhmm. . . According to my research and source: Yoruba men are lazy, speaks with their whole damn mouth open, got some pronunciation issues"@least the ones I have met" sometimes I got to huh? For over 5 times to figure out what they are saying. I heard they're also greedy, envious and uhmm so not romantic. #Bit me

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Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by Jenifa1: 1:33am On Nov 22, 2011
REALITY101:

Uhmm. . . According to my research and source: Yoruba men are lazy, speaks with their whole damn mouth open, got some pronunciation issues"@least the ones I have met" sometimes I got to huh? For over 5 times to figure out what they are saying. I heard they're also greedy, envious and uhmm so not romantic. #Bit me

sharrap. at least they're better than u cool
what r u edo?
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by MrsChima1(f): 1:35am On Nov 22, 2011
Na wa oo
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by BABE3: 1:35am On Nov 22, 2011
coogar:

yes now.
do you find me s[i]e[/i]xy?

Hm.The probability of you being sexy is 0.5.
Are you light-skinned? Light-skinned Igbo boys are sexier. No offeiencse.
Re: Yoruba Women (and dating) by anonymous6(f): 1:35am On Nov 22, 2011
As a Yoruba woman, I feel black men are attractive in general; my preference is Yoruba men though but besides them I feel Ghanian men are good looking

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