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Celebrities / Re: Ella Mensah Engaged To Oritse Femi:actress Says She’s Getting Married To Him. by free2ryhme: 6:29pm On Oct 19
Ella Mensah Engaged To Oritse Femi:Actress Says She’s Getting Married To him

“I Broke Up With My Ghanaian Boyfriend, Now I’m Getting Married To A Unique Nigerian”

Popular Ghana-born actress Emmanuella Gift Mensah aka Ella Mensah has opened up on her rumoured affair with popular Nigerian singer Oritse Femi.

The actress in a new interview with The Entertainer opens up on what attracted her to Nigeria.
See excerpts from interview below:

Obviously, you are engaged to a Nigerian.

That’s very correct.

Do you share the popular notion among women that virtually all men are unreliable?

The truth is that not all people cheat and I am talking about both men and women; it is individualistic. There are always reasons why people cheat. For instance, someone may tell you that he or she has issues in their relationship but because they are not ready to quit, they do something to keep themselves happy. In the same vain, people always have a reason for staying in a relationship. However, every man has a weakness and it is the same with women. Whatever we have in men, there is its equivalent in women. But in life, once you make a choice, you should be ready to face the consequences; good or bad. Every man is a man and every woman is a woman. It all depends on how you play your cards. As an actress, I travel a lot. So, even if I date a Ghana­ian or a Nigerian, I’m always somewhere outside home and away from my man. Would I ask my man to follow me everywhere? That is where trust comes into play.

So, what at­tracted you to this Nigerian?

Basically my man is unique. Though every man is unique but some are more unique than others; he is a spe­cial man. But as for why I chose a Nigerian man instead of a Ghanaian, you never can predict who you will fall in love with. I had a Ghanaian boyfriend, we broke up and now I’m getting married to a Nigerian. Whether he is a Ghanaian, Congolese, Sudanese or Nigerian doesn’t really matter. What matters is that I love him and I am comfort­able with him. My man is romantic and hot; what more could a woman want in a man?

Would it be safe to de­scribe your current visit as business turned into pleasure since your man is a Nigerian?

That is what it is. I flew here to work. But my man’s presence has made things a lot less stressful. I have done a couple of jobs and more are on the way.

Ella and Oritsefemi met in May

She make sense fa!

Love is sweet
NYSC / Re: FG To Mainstream NYSC Into UN Programme by free2ryhme: 5:49pm On Oct 19
...and you are the first example!

..towards constructive criticism.
Politics / Re: Akin Alabi Joins Politics by free2ryhme: 4:59pm On Oct 19
But who the hell gives a fuccckk angry


That is why he is nigerian

You can get your own form rememeber anyone can vote and be voted for

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Sports / Re: Okocha Annoying Hype by free2ryhme: 4:32pm On Oct 19
It is sometimes very annoying wen some people say Okocha is the best footballer ever, and that he is not recognized becos he is Nigerian.
Some even say he is better than Ronaldinho because he benched Ronaldinho wen dinho was only 20, and was yet to adapt to european football. Y not just say giggs is also better than C.Ronaldo because he benched him wen he was new in Man United or that Guily is better than Messi because he benched messi wen messi was still very young

Yaya toure is an african nd he is leading man city, Eto was Barcelona top striker for abt 4 years and a nigerian also played for barca in the 1990s, mikel(a nigerian) was nearly thorn apart by man u and chelsea, they wanted him badly.. my point is african/nigerian or not, you would be rewarded accordingly and sought after if you are that good. Okocha is jst over hyped

Okocha was overaged and as a smart ibo guy he sharply resigned before it back fired in his face
Family / Re: TWO Years In Marriage!!! The Feeling, The Realization And Surprise. by free2ryhme: 4:29pm On Oct 19
Hello Peep, i need ur advise,, i am married to a woman i tot was of a certain characteristics upon marriage and two years down the line my only source of happiness are the two children (Boy and Girl) we have.

Despite all I do (as bread winner) to please her she is not appreciative, she disrespect me, she doesn't cook for me, she complains too much, she compares me to her father daily even though i have told her her mother has a better character than her that is why her father would do anything to please her.

I am always unhappy becos of her character, i am thinking of seeking divorce.

What do u guys think?

There are several question I would like to ask you

How was her xter before marriage?

Did u both got involve in marriage counselling before Marriage, that's if u are a xtian?

Is her parents aware of your current situation with her daughter and has their been any form of support to resolve it?

What kind of family does your wife comes from?
NYSC / Re: FG To Mainstream NYSC Into UN Programme by free2ryhme: 4:14pm On Oct 19
This post made frontpage and no single relevant comment to the OP 's post. This is one obvious reason why the educational level in this country is the way it is.

And the products are what is been exhibited on this thread.
Celebrities / Re: Every Part Of My Body Is An Asset — Anita Joseph by free2ryhme: 12:57pm On Oct 19
were ni e,why will u quote all because you want to say sth,ha o ga o.

Why the insult?

Must you quote me? Oh, I have seen you since u desire some attention

Now go play with your mates. Scat!
Celebrities / Re: Every Part Of My Body Is An Asset — Anita Joseph by free2ryhme: 12:53pm On Oct 19

u need deliverance. do u hv to quote d whole thing for dis ur one liner?

I can quote an entire wepage if I like becos I use microwave you can't becos u beg phone networks for MB.

This is the difference between me and you.

Poverty mentality
Health / WHO Declares Senegal Ebola-free by free2ryhme: 3:46am On Oct 18
The World Health Organization declared the West African nation of Senegal to be free of Ebola on Friday, a rare success in dealing with a deadly virus that has rampaged uncontrolled in neighboring countries and prompted alarm around the world.

Senegal’s achievement came as the health organization was reported to have internally acknowledged its own stark failure to arrest the disease months ago. The internal document reportedly went far beyond the self-criticism that organization officials have expressed publicly about their response.

The W.H.O. announcement on Senegal officially concluded a monitoring period of 42 days, twice the maximum incubation period for the virus, in which no new infections were found. The last recorded case in the country was a young man who was entering by road from Guinea; he recovered and returned to Guinea last week, the organization announced.

Senegal’s proximity to Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the three countries at the heart of the epidemic, “makes the country still vulnerable to additional imported cases,” the organization said.

More than 4,500 people have died from Ebola and more than 9,200 have been infected in the current outbreak, according to the latest W.H.O. tally posted Friday on its website. The number of cases is still doubling every month.

Still, Senegal’s success in isolating the infection sets an example of good practice at a moment when the organization is trying to strengthen the readiness of 15 other countries in Africa to deal with arriving travelers who are infected with the disease.

The W.H.O., a specialized United Nations agency with its headquarters in Geneva, is responsible for coordinating international responses to contagious diseases.

Dr. Margaret Chan, the director general of the agency, and her top aides have said that all agencies and governments dealing with the Ebola outbreak — including her own — underestimated its severity. But a draft internal document, reported Friday by The Associated Press, uses significantly stronger language in faulting the organization’s performance, citing incompetent staff and scant information.

“Nearly everyone involved in the outbreak response failed to see some fairly plain writing on the wall,” the news agency quoted the document as saying.

Tarik Jasarevic, a W.H.O. spokesman in Geneva, declined to comment on the agency’s report and said he had not seen the document. “We will have a time to review how the response has been handled and we will certainly do that but for the time being we want to focus on helping countries make their response as efficient as possible,” he said.

In Sierra Leone, where Ebola’s ripple effects have led to severe food shortages and hunger, the World Food Program and its partners began what they called the biggest single food distribution operation to date.

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Gon Myers, the program’s director in Sierra Leone, said in a statement that more than 800 tons of food had been distributed to 265,000 people on the outskirts of Freetown, the capital, enough to last them for a month. He said the distribution was meant “to prevent this health crisis from becoming a food and nutrition crisis.”

At the United Nations, Sarah Crowe, the crisis communications chief for Unicef, told reporters after a five-week visit to Liberia that “Ebola has hijacked every aspect of life” and left 3,700 orphans in the affected countries.

In another ripple effect, the United Nations Population Fund said that health facilities overstretched by Ebola threatened the needs of pregnant women, who are afraid to visit clinics or are turned away.

More than 800,000 women in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone are likely to give birth in the next 12 months, the agency said.

“The reality is that pregnant women are facing a double threat — dying from Ebola and from pregnancy or childbirth, due to the devastating impact of Ebola on health workers and health systems,” said the agency’s executive director, Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin.

Politics / Anenih Loses N500m Libel Suit Against Oshiomhole's CPS, TV Station by free2ryhme: 3:35am On Oct 18
An Edo State High Court sitting in Benin City has dismissed a N500 million libel suit instituted by the Chairman, Board of Trustees of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Tony Anenih against the Chief Press Secretary to Edo State Governor and the Edo State Broadcasting Service (EBS).

In a judgment delivered by Justice U.I Erameh in consolidated Suits Nos: B/285/2010 & B/366/2010 between Chief Tony Anenih (CFR) as Claimant and Mr Peter Okhiria (Chief Press Secretray to Edo State Governor), Edo Broadcasting Corporation and Bendel Newspaper Company Limited who are the Defendants, the court refused the prayers of Chief Anenih to declare that a Press release issued on behalf of the state Government in 2010 was libelous and therefore refused the prayer for N500 million damages, among others.

Chief Anenih had sued the defendants, claiming that a Press release issued on behalf of the Government by the Chief Press Secretary libeled him and sought N500 million in damages.

Justice Erameh in her judgment held that the defence of privileged ocassion availed the first defendant (Peter Okhiria, Chief Press Secretary) on the ground that he acted on the instruction of the Chief Security Officer of the State, (the Governor) to educate and inform the public on security happenings in the state and that such statement was made by the Chief Press Secretary in his official capacity as the spokesman of the government of Edo State and as such he could not be held liable for libel because statement made on privileged occasion
are a defence to libel.

The Judge added that prior to the publication of the press release in issue in the consolidated suits in respect of the bomb scare incidence at the premises of Edo State House of Assembly and Edo State Broadcasting Services , there was serious security tension in the state and as such the publication was necessary in order to keep the public abreast with the security situation on ground in the state.

The court however entered judgment against Bendel Newspaper Company Limited for failure to defend the suit and awarded minimal cost against the 3rd Defendant (Bendel Newspaper Company Limited).
However, Bendel Newspaper Publishing Company had sought to defend the suit before the judgment by filing all the necessary court processes but his Lordship refused the application to defend the suit on the merit on the ground that they failed to enter appearance timeously.

The State Solicitor-General, Wole Iyamu esq said Bendel Newspaper has already filed a notice of appeal and stay of execution against the said judgment as it concerns Bendel Newspaper Limited.

The Court awarded N50,000 cost against Chief Tony Anenih in favour of the Chief press Secretary and Edo Broadcasting Service.
Chief Press Secretary to the Governor was represented by Stanley Omeike Imhanruor Esq, of Femi Falana (SAN) Chambers while Edo Brodcasting Service was represented by O.A Otamere, esq. Chief Tony Anenih was represented by Chief Alfred Eghobamien (SAN).

Sports / Re: Ebola: Morocco Will No Longer Host 2015 Nations Cup by free2ryhme: 3:12am On Oct 18
We should not blame them from withdrawing their hosting right because they put the safety of their citizens first before other things. This should be a way to do things. Life is very important than football.

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Phones / Apple Sim allows you to choose a service plan from any participating providers by free2ryhme: 3:01am On Oct 18

Apple unveiled new gadgets on stage today, but they didn’t discuss one of its most interesting new innovations – the Apple SIM. As detailed earlier by TechCrunch, the new SIM card lets you switch between participating carriers, which include AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint in the U.S., and EE in the U.K. So far, those are the only carriers who have signed on, but Apple is likely hoping more follow suit once they see customers appreciate a choice in short-term data providers.

It works by allowing you to choose a service plan from one of the participating providers without having to go to a store, show ID or even get off of a tarmac at an airport – so long as you have a signal. That’s a huge advantage even in the U.K., where signing up for a pre-paid data plan is as easy as using a vending machine just outside the gate of your arriving flight; it still represents more friction than waking up your iPad and choosing a plan, even if only because you have to physically remove and swap SIMs.

As for the carriers not on Apple’s list of supported providers, there’s no technical barrier preventing them from participating – Apple is very clear that there’s only one model of cellular iPad this time around, with enough LTE bands to cover most networks in most markets. It’s much more likely that the reason players like Verizon are holding back is that they’re reluctant to hand over so much customer control to Apple, even if it is in the relatively contract-free world of iPad data plans. The problem is more the precedent, in a market that’s already showing signs of potentially moving to favor pre-paid, bring-your-own-device arrangements.

Apple is only shipping the Apple SIM with new iPads with cellular connectivity, but the company will also be offering ‘replacement’ Apple SIM cards in store for $5 each, which conceivably means that others not already using them will be able to take advantage for older devices. If Apple does indeed offer them to anyone who comes into a retail location looking, that could quicken the pace at which new carrier partners see the light and sign up.

As others have pointed out, as of right now the Apple SIM isn’t a huge threat to the existing smartphone sales model – contract subsidies are too attractive to customers. But ultimately, Apple is almost certainly hoping to replace the physical Apple SIM with a software solution built directly into devices; in fact, it was working on such a plan back in 2010, before that was axed by opposition from a coalition of European carriers in particular.

Starting with a more flexible version of the existing hardware SIM that works only with data-limited devices like the iPad is a good way for Apple to get its feet wet with similar ambitions, and the plus side for its design department is that an in-built SIM removes the need for a SIM tray, which my editor Matthew Panzarino points out should make one knighted British designer very happy.
Family / Re: DEATH OF Bode Thomas PORTRAYS PRIDE kills, humility spares(A True Life Story) by free2ryhme: 2:58am On Oct 18
food for thought
Family / Re: Which Of Yr Parent Is The Strict One? by free2ryhme: 11:16pm On Oct 17
as they say, its impossible for the both parents to be strict, one is usually less strict than the other


my father is the strict one
the disciplinarian

my mother is as cool as ice
shes only strict when it comes to the opposite sex
my father is kinda shy abt relationship issues tongue

well the apple didnot fall far from the tree
Education / Re: Court Upholds Ban On Use Of Hijab In Lagos Public Schools by free2ryhme: 11:10pm On Oct 17
No hijab, no vote!
we cannot come out of purdah.

rag head dafts


Family / Re: Which Of Yr Parent Is The Strict One? by free2ryhme: 9:42pm On Oct 17
my old man was a no nonsense man

disobey him at your own undoing
Family / Re: What Happens On Wedding Night? by free2ryhme: 8:25pm On Oct 17
sex of-course wink
Politics / Re: Over 1000 Boko Haram Members Arrested In South-West by free2ryhme: 9:21am On Oct 17

You are really a frustrated man. God help you
Celebrities / Re: Every Part Of My Body Is An Asset — Anita Joseph by free2ryhme: 6:32am On Oct 17
The curvy actress , Anita Joseph, a graduate of Mass Communication from University of Calabar, is also musician and a model. The beautiful actress who is at present shooting a film in Atlanta Georgia, in the United States of America, in this interview with Tribune speaks on her career, her ideal man and fashion preferences. Source :

Read excerpts below :

Growing up

Growing up was fun. I have seven sisters so, growing up was very interesting. I couldn’t have had a better one. We are 10, three boys and seven girls. I am the sixth girl and ninth child. I was pampered but not spoilt. They didn’t hesitate to smack me anytime I messed up. I was troublesome when I was little. I was always looking for trouble. I beat people up. Whenever I am in the mood to fight, I can hit you with my leg or pinch you. After causing trouble, I would take to my heels and my older siblings would pursue me. I would run and take them round the street. As for the younger ones or those within my age grade, I would stay and fight. It was an interesting period. My childhood taught me to always be myself and to be an independent woman. That has really helped me a lot.

Foray into acting

I have always loved entertainment. As a child, I used to entertain adults. I would sing and act for them even in high school I was president of the acting guild. Professionally, I joined Nollywood in 2007. I saw my girlfriend, Favour Azuka in a movie and I told her I was interested in acting. She took me to National Theatre and introduced me to Emeka Rollars who registered me into his group. My first movie was Good Samaritan with Obi Maduaga. That was the movie that launched my career as an actress.

Challenges faced

The greatest challenge was that I would go for auditions and at the end of the day I would not get a script and I had nobody to assist or be there for me and breaking in was a problem. However, with God and perseverance, I was able to overcome.

First experience on set

It was just two scenes. I was shy but confident. Shy because I had never faced a camera to act before but I was confident because I was already used to acting in front of a crowd. The journey since that first time till now has been hectic and sweet. I would like to call it sweet-stress

Pains and gains of being a celebrity

The gain was that I suddenly became famous and everyone wanted to reach out to me. I became a subject of discussion. I get things done easily. There are lots of people out there who are ready to assist you. If you go to an office, you are given preferential treatment. I get lots of favours from people and I am blessed. The pain is in the area of negative press, some journalists would rubbish your name. Also, you no longer have freedom as your life becomes an open book for everyone to read because of what you do and who you are. You can’t eat corn on the road without you being caught. You no longer have any privacy as everyone wants to know everything about you. And because you are no longer a free person, you have to hide to do lots of things. The pains are plenty.

How I handle negative press

At first, it affected me badly, I would cry for days and I’d hate myself. At times, I used to ask myself why I chose acting. Most of the things they said Anita did, I didn’t do them. Sometimes, I would not even be in the country yet, my name would be mentioned. Maybe na my ghost dey do am. My relationship suffered too because it wasn’t easy at that time but now I have developed a thick skin. I am no longer bothered by what they write or say about me, it’s because I am important that they are talking about me.

Embarrassing things fans did to me

There was a day a fan tapped my bum at Shoprite. I had played the role of a woman who slept with many men. When the man saw me, he tapped my bum and said he liked the way I shook my buttocks in the movie, Open and close and wanted to know if that was how I shake it in real life. I turned to scream and insult him but he ran so, I just left him but if it were before, I won’t let go but I am more matured now. Another one happened recently. A Tanzania lady, who lives in Los Angeles, saw me, screamed and fell on me. We both hit the ground. We greeted and all that. People just stared at us, especially the whites, and they wondered whether we were okay.

Assessment of Nollywood

Nollywood has grown from grass to grace. Nollywood used to be a tiny industry; I want to believe that most people didn’t foresee a situation whereby it would be among the first three in the world. Nollywood has become better and we are still growing on a daily basis. It has not been easy being where we are today; it took lots of hard work and zeal. Nollywood is known all over the world. We are simply the best. The industry has molded beautiful and great women and men. However, government can assist us to become even better by looking into the areas of funding and piracy.

Personal philosophy of life

Life is what you make out of it so, stay focused, work hard and show love.

Description of self

Anita is just your girl next door. I am a woman of virtue. I am down-to-earth, jovial and homely. I am a very strong willed person. Though I am simple, I don’t take poo from anybody. I am accommodating. I love to make people happy. I am also a quiet person.

Definition of style
Style is what you conjure and make something out of it. Personally, I don’t move with what is in vogue. The occasion I am attending usually determines my mode of dressing. I wear good and expensive things and I am very good at combining accessories. I can turn a very simple cloth to smashing outfit.

Fashion icons

Joan Rivers, may her soul rest in peace and Kim Kardashian.

Favourite designer
Gucci, Vera Wang, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, and Guess.

Beauty regimen
I drink lots of water and eat lots of fruits. Also, I eat healthy and I also make sure that I don’t wear make-up to bed.

What I will like to change about myself

I am too nice and accommodating but I still don’t want to change that. So, there is nothing I will like to change about myself.

My take on cosmetic surgery

Ewo! Don’t like that either. It is a risky thing to do.

Fashion obsession

I don’t think I have but I shop a lot within and outside Nigeria.

Special treat

I go to the massage parlour or go for shopping. I love perfumes a lot. I do facials too.

Favourite perfumes

Love in Black and Love in White, Aventus by Creed. Noir De Noir by Tom ford and Bond No9 NYC.


Greatest physical asset

I have never seen someone who asks questions like this before. Asset? Jesus! I shy away from that question. But if you insist, I will answer. Every part of my body is wow is an asset. I think I have got it all.

On provocative dressing
You know I wear that kind a lot, abi? I mainly do provocative dressing on casuals. Sometimes, it is necessary. It depends on your mood. And it is always better if you are always driving. I wear provocative dresses because I am comfortable in them. I feel good in them.

My ideal man

A man that has the fear of God, who is simple and clean. Someone who can make me laugh and who is intelligent.

On tying the knot

I am not in a relationship but I am ready to settle down. I have suitors but I want God’s direction in order to make the right choice.

Coping with advances from male fans

I cope because I follow them with ease. I try to be subtle but if they try to get naughty, I put them in their place.

Life as a musician, model and actress

I combine them but I must confess that it has not been easy. It is a lot of hard work. If asked to choose one, don’t know which one I will choose out of the three. But if asked to choose two, I will choose music and acting. I love to act.

On my so-called controversies

I don’t know why they are saying that I am controversial, I don’t know what I did to earn that title, it used to bother me before but I am getting used to it now.

Coping with competition in the industry

I am Unique. I am me. No one can take anything away from me. I am exceptional, I don’t compete with anyone.

Role restriction

I can’t act Unclad

Advice to upcoming artistes

One, they should put God first, they should stay focused on what they came to Nollywood to do. They should be themselves because in Nollywood, if you want to be good, you will be good, but if you want to be bad, there are lots of people who will help you out. Be smart and wise.

I get irritated when I see some up comers or some artistes who because they joined Nollywood, started smoking and drinking because they felt that’s the trend in Nollywood. Nollywood brings a lot to your table, it is left to choose which and what to follow. I’ve been in Nollywood some years, I didn’t learn to smoke or drink alcohol. I don’t criticise those who do. I am strong willed. I have friends who smoke and drink but that doesn’t mean I will do the same. In movies I smoke but if you look at it very well, you will discover that I am not an experienced smoker. I smoke like a leaner and after that, I would go to my hotel room and start coughing. What I am saying is, if you were not a smoker or alcoholic, why join nollywood and start? Be different.

More here :

nobody wants asset of human flesh in this age and time


Sports / Re: We Sacked Keshi To Save His Life – NFF by free2ryhme: 6:27am On Oct 17

By John Egbokha

President of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) Amaju Pinnick has said that Coach Stephen
Keshi was sacked to safeguard him from the wrath of enraged Nigerian fans, who were on the
brink of lynching him during Wednesday’s 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier with Sudan.

Pinnick and other NFF Executive Committee members watched with awe, as fans pelted Keshi
with water bottles and stones as they demanded for the head of the 2013 AFCON winner at the
Abuja National Stadium, venue of the match, which Nigeria won 3-1 to keep alive their hopes of
qualifying for next year’s tournament in Morocco.

Chants of “Keshi must go:, “sack Keshi” and “we don’t want Keshi
again” rented the air as fans went overdrive in their bid to get their
voices heard by the NFF, who swiftly swung into action in the wee
hours of yesterday by axing the former Togo and Mali coach.

And speaking when he paid a courtesy visit to the Minister of Sports
and Chairman, National Sports Commission, Dr. Tamuno Danagogo
yesterday, Pinnick explained the personal safety of Keshi was
considered more important than anything else.

Pinnck, it was learnt told the Minister that he was shocked with the
hostile reception of the fans towards Keshi, arguing that it would be
dangerous for Keshi to remain as coach in the face of such hostility.

He added that it was the first time in recent years that abuses and stones were rained down on a
Nigerian coach by fans.

“It was too much to bear. The fans were coming for him and it was going to be a security risk for
us as people had ran out of patience and were prepared to break the law to achieve their aim.

Keshi’s personal safety was paramount in our decision to relieve him of his duties”, Pinnick said.

A classic case of giving a dog a bad name because you want to hang it


Business / Re: FG To Spend N1 Trillion On Petrol Subsidy In 2015 by free2ryhme: 12:55am On Oct 17
This madness has to stop in this country and subsidy must stop. We can not continue to legalize stealing of national resources in the name of subsidy. Obj almost saved us from this bondage and Oshumole fault him out of ignorance. GEJ almost end this fraud and APC and his supporters instigate Nigerians to fight him to stand still.

The down stream sub-sector of the Nigerian oil and gas industry must be deregulated to provide the enabling environment for foreign and local investment in the establishment of refinery and petroleum chemical company and great job opportunities and wealth for Nigerians.

Mr President, National Assembly and the good people of Nigeria, we must stop this madness called subsidy at once.


Romance / Re: Helping A Lady Carry Her Bag While Her Hands Are Free. What Your Take? by free2ryhme: 5:41pm On Oct 16
so it makes those that do it lesser than a man. Really?

Quote wat I say and not was I didnot say

How ever heard of the word logic?

A man is not tall does not mean he is short

Also if a woman is not slow does not also mean she is fast
Romance / Re: Helping A Lady Carry Her Bag While Her Hands Are Free. What Your Take? by free2ryhme: 3:16pm On Oct 16
Really? You mean you can't carry you babe bag and be runing/walking behind her tongue

I just gave the reason above and y do u keep asking
Romance / Re: Helping A Lady Carry Her Bag While Her Hands Are Free. What Your Take? by free2ryhme: 1:13pm On Oct 16
Helping a lady carry her bag and walking behind her. Should that be called romantic??

Some people would say there is nothing wrong with that,but for me, its a no no no no no no.

what your take?

My take is simple, it makes u less of a man
Romance / The Worst Things Girls Can Do During A Breakup, From A Guy’s Perspective by free2ryhme: 1:01pm On Oct 16
Guys might not show it, but we have feelings, too.

Whether you’re the breaker or the broken, breaking up is tough — especially in that initial period after you’ve gone your separate ways. Guys don’t always handle it like gentlemen, but girls can likewise create unnecessary post-relationship drama. Here’s what dudes find the most awful, humiliating and gut-wrenching after a split…

Spreading gossip to embarrass him

OK, so maybe he wasn’t the best boyfriend ever. Maybe he deserved to be dumped. But unless he was abusive, it’s not fair to tell everyone about all his bad qualities — especially if it’s, y’know, his lacking size or stamina. There’s a certain agreement among two people in a relationship that if and when it ends, you’ll both show a little discretion about the intimate details.

Rebounding with his friends

In normal circumstances, what you decide to do after you’ve broken up is none of his business — if he gets mad at you for hooking up, he’s being possessive. But if you sleep with any of his boys, you’ve made it his business. (And when it comes to feeling like a complete loser, business is booming.)

Using social media to throw it in his face

Nowadays, relationships almost aren’t official — or officially over — until stated so on Facebook. As much as it hurts a guy to see “______ is no longer in a relationship with you,” that stings a lot less than seeing himself tagged in photos of you with a new, buffer dude. Yeah, living well is the best revenge, but don’t be that obvious about trying to make him jealous — it’s bad karma. Better to just un-friend and leave him none the wiser.

Not giving him enough space

Then again, if you un-friend his Facebook, you won’t know whether he’s moved on. If you dumped him, then you probably want him to find someone else — and if he dumped you, then you might want the exact opposite.
Either way, that “just wanted to check how you’re doing” message can wait. Emailing, texting, calling and showing up at his place is going to freak him out right now. That’s not the way a breakup should work — you need to completely remove yourselves from each other’s lives for awhile.

Telling him to eff off when he sincerely tries to apologize

That doesn’t mean you have to take him back; in all likelihood, nothing would change if you two got back together. But if he wants to express real remorse over something dumb he said, or for just generally being a selfish a-hole — and if he didn’t do anything truly terrible, like sleeping with your roommate — then maybe he deserves a chance to grovel and earn a little forgiveness?
Because we always assume our ex thinks the worst of us. And that’s why a breakup is the worst.
Romance / Re: I Have A Very Distrustful Nature by free2ryhme: 8:07pm On Oct 15

You are so correct. I still feel the pain like it was yesterday. I'm trying to forgive but all I want to do is kill him

It is allowed to let the anger out but don't dwell in that arena for too long it maybe deadly

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