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Religion / Re: Declaring tomorrow 4/15/2014 A Nairaland Day Of Prayer And Fasting For Nigeria by some-girl: 6:04pm On Apr 14
I'm all for prayer however, Nigeria needs more than prayers.
Faith without works is dead.
Education / Re: Anambra Emerges Overall Best In NECO One Week After Emerging Best In WAEC by some-girl: 1:06pm On Apr 14
tonychristopher: As an anambra man I will not join words with some girl in a public forum .yes we might be chest bearers but what you should know about us is that we are proud and confidence

So what is wrong with that . Anambra see itself as the best ,what is wrong with that .

So what is wrong with that.

But we will not look down on our other igbos . If you felt looked down upon . Check yourself if you have some unigbotic character

So that's my 2 cents


Looked down on? Would take a lot more than a internet town crier to make me feel that way smiley

Absolutely nothing wrong with being proud. I'm extremely proud of my composition and heritage.
Braggadocio is not to be mistaken for pride. In many cases, it's an act put up to attempt to hide deep-seated insecurity.

I recognize that there is a time (and place) for everything like the bible says. There is a time to blow your horn and a time to put it aside; a time to compete and a time to congratulate.
On a different thread, I would have asked for proof of the stats. This thread was created to congratulate Anambra students for coming top in the nation not an Anambra versus other Igbos thread.

There are several comments on this thread about Anambra being the best with, which I consider to be a very healthy outlook.

However, when people start to regurgitate such irrelevant and inappropriate comments as the one I quoted, especially one referencing people who should be considered brethren, they should be called out.
My issue is not with Ndi Anambra but with people who are of the same mind as him regardless of what state or group they hail from.

If you see absolutely nothing wrong with that comment, I have nothing more to say to you on the subject smiley
Education / Re: Anambra Emerges Overall Best In NECO One Week After Emerging Best In WAEC by some-girl: 11:41pm On Apr 13
tonychristopher: But that shouldn't worry you and talks shouldn't promote separatism.but he made a valid point all you need is counter the points with facts


Anyi bu nwanne be it in abia imo enugu rivers and delta with anambra once you are igbo there we are brothers

Let's compete amongst ourselves cos others are busy in owa mbe or haram


Counter stories plucked out of thin air? I haven't the time.
Not all Igbos are noisy or empty chest beaters.
This thread should be about commending the effort of students in Anambra state, not irrelevant comparison between Anambra and other Igbo states.

Healthy rivalry:


jo222: I guess Abia came second again! We need to beat Anambra next year!! I'm happy we've beaten Imo that used to top the chart; next is Anambra.

Soon, very soon...

Arrogance and braggadocio:

Nonybb: Wat this shows is that Anambra State solely have the future of Nigeria at the Palm of his hands. We have done less of killing than educating our youths. 70% of Igbos living in Lagos is us, 90% of land Purchased by an Igbo man in Abuja clearly shows that an Anambrarian owns more Portion than anyother Igbo State. Should i talk about Structures at Ikoyi, Festac, Okota? We even have a huge community of only Anambrarians living in Kano, Bauchi, Cameroon, Togo, Benin, South Africa, Ghana etc. Anambra State is a Country within a Country. Anambra Adibago Nma, Nye aka ka Odinma. Proudly Anambrarian


Spot the difference?
Family / Re: If Your Husband Wanted A Second Wife,what Will You Do? by some-girl: 9:27pm On Apr 13
Baby mama:

Me too
I can't remain in the house
It will be too painful to see him with her or hear the moanings of another woman in my own house
But I know for sure that he can kiss his kids goodbye
I came in single and multiplied in his household and if I leave I will l leave with all my multiplications
I am a total package
Reject me you reject your kids

grin grin grin grin
You could try to out-moan her when it's your turn to "receive".

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Family / Re: Hubby Wants Me To Live With His Wife by some-girl: 4:31am On Apr 13
bournvita: Ishmael was never acknowledged as Abraham's child but the maid servant child and when he was old enough to care for himself and his mother, God asked Abraham to send them away.

I stared this on some thread even when God asked Abraham to sacrifice his son he said "take your son, YOUR ONLY SON ISAAC" ...COS ISAAC was his legitimate heir not Ishmael his first son.

You all can argue all you like but polygamy is not Christ like

Plus, if God intended for men to marry multiple wives, he would have created more than one woman for Adam.

Genesis 2:22 Then the LORD God made a woman from the rib he had taken out of the man, and he brought her to the man.

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Education / Re: Anambra Emerges Overall Best In NECO One Week After Emerging Best In WAEC by some-girl: 4:00am On Apr 13
Alikaxon: lols... What a tribalist you are.... Am not even a yoruba person, check my profile and you'll know am from Delta. Its so sad that anytime someone depricates anything depricable in the east, You Igbos will turn it to tribalism...... BTW, My brother teaches Biology in a private school in Anambra as a corper, and all of them do mess up in test and Exams, not only in his subjects, other corpers complain the same..... Let me even tell you that, that school is paying some of them extra cash to help them in this present waec..... I would have called the school's name, but my bro is still there and I want his life to be secured...... What nonsense are you yarning? Am not saying it 'cos I have Anambra or Igbo people, but because that's the truth.... How can you guys be celebrating what you don't worth? I won't reply you again....bye!

Perhaps the problem is your brother's and his friends' inability to teach rather than the inability of the students to grasp. The problem with NYSC, people who otherwise have no business teaching are forced to teach.

Congrats to the bright students who made it.


Nonybb: Wat this shows is that Anambra State solely have the future of Nigeria at the Palm of his hands. We have done less of killing than educating our youths. 70% of Igbos living in Lagos is us, 90% of land Purchased by an Igbo man in Abuja clearly shows that an Anambrarian owns more Portion than anyother Igbo State. Should i talk about Structures at Ikoyi, Festac, Okota? We even have a huge community of only Anambrarians living in Kano, Bauchi, Cameroon, Togo, Benin, South Africa, Ghana etc. Anambra State is a Country within a Country. Anambra Adibago Nma, Nye aka ka Odinma. Proudly Anambrarian


This is a silly comment btw. Typical too.
Comments like this promote separatism. May not be long before Imo, Abia, Ebonyi and Enugu decide to sing the same tune as Delta and Rivers Igbos.
Ekwu cha lam nkem

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Family / Re: Hubby Wants Me To Live With His Wife by some-girl: 1:41am On Apr 13
Sissie:

Moses marrying the cushite after zipporah being dead or after she was was sent away are assumptions, no prove it happened after that.

And zipporah being sent away is not the same thing as divorcing her.

You can also say Moses being married to the 2 women at the same time is an assumption, but the fact remains he married 2 women.

Sissie:

Matt 19:7 Why then," they asked, "did Moses command that a man give his wife a certificate of divorce and send her away?"

Matt 19:8 :Jesus replied, "Moses permitted you to divorce your wives because your hearts were hard. But it was not this way from the beginning.

Matt 19:9 I tell you that anyone who divorces his wife, except for intimate immorality, and marries another woman commits adultery."

Moses wasn't going against his law, and not practicing what he preached.

The next verse said Moses permitted them to divorce because their hearts were hard, Moses was a prophet of God, was his heart hard?

The next verse said anyone who divorces his first wife except for intimate immorality and marries another woman commits adultery, did zipporah commit adultery? If she didn't are you saying Moses was an adulterer?

The last verse could mean a man who still remained with his wife and married another isn't commiting adultery. It didn't say a man who remarries while still married is an adulterer.


You do what you accuse another of. Unless you can prove beyond reasonable doubt that Moses did not divorce Zipporah by sending her away, you shouldn't base your arguments on an unclear/ incomplete story.

By the way, Abraham, Jacob, Moses, David, Solomon etc did not live as Christian men. Christianity came with Christ.

For the sake of argument, why did Sarah, Leah and Rachel have to give women who should be their "fellow wives" to their husbands, even having to convince the man (in Sarah's case) to have carnal knowledge of their "fellow wives"? Does a man need convincing or permission from one of his wives to do another one of his wives? What gave Leah and Rachel the right to name the children of their "fellow wives"?

Answer is simple, they were not fellow wives but maid servants who the wives used to breed. They weren't even concubines.


Genesis 30:24And Laban gave his servant Zilpah to his daughter as her attendant.




Jacob never set out to marry two wives.
Polygamy is messy. Even the aforementioned sisters who must have loved each other dearly prior to marrying the same man could not share one man without feeling jealous and Jacob couldn't even pretend to love them equally.

Genesis 33: 1 Jacob looked up and there was Esau, coming with his four hundred men; so he divided the children among Leah, Rachel and the two female servants. 2 He put the female servants and their children in front, Leah and her children next, and Rachel and Joseph in the rear.

Back to Christian principles:
Bishops/ deacons were and are supposed to be role models.


1 Timothy 3: 3 This is a true saying, if a man desire the office of a bishop, he desireth a good work.

2 A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach;





Sissie:

This does not explicitly states God hates polygyny.

And I can even argue, the second wife is not putting it asunder, Afterall the man and his 1st wife are not divorcing they are still together. It doesn't explicitly talk about polygyny. Their are different ways a man can put a man and his wife asunder, you can say polygyny is one, and I can say it it's not, how do you categorically prove me wrong.

You can decide to infer she's putting it asunder, and I can chose to infer she's not, it's not clear cut.

Assuming a Christian woman (Some Christians do believe in polygyny) is ok being in polygyny and feels the new wife is not putting them asunder, how do you explain the second wife is putting asunder?


Mark 10:8
For this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife and the two will become one flesh.' So they are no longer two, but one flesh.


Note the use of singular form and the reference to a specific number.
Three, four, five cannot become one flesh.

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Family / Re: Hubby Wants Me To Live With His Wife by some-girl: 12:14am On Apr 13
maclatunji:

Hahahaha... it is difficult for most women to accept, I once created a thread in this section asking if women would prefer their husband having concubines outside or marrying a second wife.

It is not like a free ride for the man, he must be capable of solely meeting the needs of his wives and replicate them equally to the best of his ability. If he fails, he is not praticising Islam with the marriage.

It is a fallacy that we can always get what we want. Islam provides systemic solutions to issues addressing society at large and it is not about- "Me! Me!! Me!!!"

Equity is the keyword.


There's no difference between a polygamist and a philanderer. They both cheat, only your belief has made the former lawful.

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Family / Re: Hubby Wants Me To Live With His Wife by some-girl: 12:04am On Apr 13
Woged2005:

You will be surprised how many Moslem women force their husbands to be 'real' Moslems and be defiant and shun western culture by taking in more wives. At least I know of a case of my Egyptian colleague with a very young educated wife. He too was educated and well-to-do. His wife would criticize him in front of us that he should stand by his faith and take in more wives. We were all surprised. It was actually the man who was rejecting that he couldn't support more than one wife. You see 'one woman's poison is another woman's meat'. Just different cultures, ma. You don't need to drive your belief down her head.

Bollocks.
Having lived in Cairo for a bit, I can tell you that polygamy is not the norm. I asked questions and it was the general consensus that one woman was difficult enough to put up with plus their marriage ceremonies are usually quite expensive.
If there truly is such a woman as the one you mentioned, she neither loves nor finds her husband physically attractive, hence her request.
No woman who truly loves and desires her husband would be truly happy to see him with another woman.

I would only be willing to share a man if I married him for reasons other than love and/ or attraction.
If I married an old hag for his money only, I would encourage him to marry others in order to avoid having to be intimate with him.


zeromatrix: Unfortunately I'm not here to give my marriage details to anyone, the fact that I'm happy wit my marriage n my new religion is enough for me to be contented, I don't need a man for myself b4 i can be happy. My husband love's me n dat is true don't try to imagine it because u might never get answer
I wasn't his mistress before we got married n hubby is a staunch Muslim he wouldn't have sex outside marriage because it's haram he has to marry her first just as he did with me, I knew him for more than a year n he never proposed sex to me dat is respect to his first wife. If hubby wants to av sex with another woman i will be aware because he has to bring her home so u see wen hubby step out from our apartment i don't get to bother where he has gone n who he is sleeping with because i know who it is that is the security. My marriage is Fine n we are gradually getting to knw ourselves but i want to continue living in my separate apartment at least for now since it's not haram hubby will comply. Thanks to all my brothers n sisters in islam, Thanks to wooyed2005 n all who have contributed in this thread

Beats me how you wives in polygamous marriages aren't bothered about STIs. You can only vouch for yourself. You have no idea whether or not the other wives are involved with other people.

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Culture / Re: Very Interesting 17 Family Traditions Igbo Families Practiced In The Olden Days. by some-girl: 8:26pm On Apr 05
bodashee:
@some-girl, I did mention that I'm yoruba and I stood to be corrected so chill abeg. 90percent of the igbo friends I have are born and bred in lagos. Most of them don't have so much knowledge about serious customs and traditions such as this. If it pains u d@ I'm so misinformed, send me books on d topic madam.

More shocking than hurtful.
I find it unbelievable that any Igbo person, whether raised in Igbo land or no, would provide anyone which such a "colourful" story that is so totally wrong.
Loads of information available online on the issue. No books required.
Culture / Re: The Evolution Of Igbo Naming Patterns For Better Or For Worse? by some-girl: 8:09pm On Apr 05
Ihuomadinihu: another issue that i recognized in our old naming pattern is that most Igbo names were/are unisex. It was not out of place to name a boy:Ngoma,Ngozi,Nwanneka,Mammah or Nwadinma. This idea of seperate names for male and female started during colonialism and intensified after that. I saw a record of igbo names,and girls bore names Ibekwe,Isiekwe,and Ude. My Uncle's name is Obianuju and i know a guy bearing Ihuananya. By the way,the Extremely masculine names like dike,Okoro and feminine ones like Ada,Ahunma etc are exceptions.

I disagree with the emboldened statement. There have always been names exclusively for men and women.

In addiion to the names types mentioned in your last sentence,
Names containing words like "Ofo", "Agha", "Ogu"; names with "Nna", "Oko", "Ike", "Nze", "Eze", "Aha/ Afa" prefixes; names like Kalu, Amadi etc and most Igbo surnames (which were first names of ancestors) have always been considered to be masculine.

Names with containing "Nne", "Amaka", "Aku" and names like Ojiugo, Efuru, Achar'ugo, Uloma, Ihuoma etc have always been considered to be feminine.
Culture / Re: Very Interesting 17 Family Traditions Igbo Families Practiced In The Olden Days. by some-girl: 10:34pm On Apr 04
bodashee: Someone said something about igbo people having a culture of eating humans.
Well......I'm a yoruba girl and I stand to be corrected but what I know about this issue of igbos eating humans is this:

During the biafran war, thing were very very very tough. Food was not easy to access for biafrans, and the severe starvation pushed some of them to start eating their fellow men to quell the pangs of hunger.
After the war, these people came to be known as Osu (outcasts) and were banished from the community, could only marry among themselves as they can't be accepted back in the fold.
Some of them found their way to Lagos to see if the cosmopolitan ways will take away the stigma, but they are quietly refered to as "chinese" by non-osu igbo in lagos (actually I have only seen the 'chinese' nickname used often by young men in lagos)


Like I said I'm yoruba. I learnt this in my readings about the igbo people.
I love the igbo culture because its so rich a culture, I have lots of igbo friends who are wonderful people. My best friend is igbo too. And now I'm learning igbo. But nobody is taking me serious so the process is quite slow. I would really love to understand and speak igbo though, I think its such a sweet sounding language...

You say you have "lots of Igbo friends" yet you're so misinformed, it's unbelievable.

Are you trolling?
Culture / Re: Very Interesting 17 Family Traditions Igbo Families Practiced In The Olden Days. by some-girl: 5:26pm On Apr 04
prettychic: Nice.
Would love to know about other cultures such as the hausa,ibibio and other too.
BTW, whats the last female child called, LastAda??

No name for the last female child. "Ada" and "Ulu", names for first and second girls respectively, are standard across (most of) Igbo land.
Owerre people call their third daughters "Ibari" and fourth "osu-Ibari". The latter is coined rather than standard in Owerre.
Culture / Re: Very Interesting 17 Family Traditions Igbo Families Practiced In The Olden Days. by some-girl: 5:20pm On Apr 04
bigheart2013:

Sir, now that you have calmed down, please try and explain the central position of Nri in Igbo culture so that people who are not Igbos could appreciate why you keep talking about Nri when the post is about Igbos generally. I have to be frank with you, outside the South-eastern Nigeria an average person hears about dominant Ibo communities such as Mbaise, Nsukka, Owerri, Aro, Ngwa, etc. I don't think much has been done to explain to the outside world what Nri is to the Ibos and where it is. This will be a golden opportunity to project that. However, if you continue to only criticize then you will turn people off. They may not even read whatever you are writing.

I admire the writer of this essay not only for making attempt on such a vast but beautiful piece (no matter what the flaws may be) but also respectfully replying everybody who sent him questions. That's humility right there and honestly that has endeared him to a lot of people and earned him a lot of respect on this forum. Almost 13,000 views within 2 days by Nairaland standard says a lot about people's quest for knowledge on this subject.

Ozo, please enlighten us on Nri. I'm quite ignorant......Igweeeeeeee!!! grin

I like you.
Culture / Re: Very Interesting 17 Family Traditions Igbo Families Practiced In The Olden Days. by some-girl: 3:21am On Apr 04
Odenigbo Aroli:

Address me as "Odenigbo n' Omanbala" as my subject, before I reply you.

I haven't the time, not today.

Just wanted to see you declare that Igbo market days, Igbo culture in its entirety infact, originated from somewhere in Anambra state.

Culture / Re: Very Interesting 17 Family Traditions Igbo Families Practiced In The Olden Days. by some-girl: 1:28am On Apr 04
Odenigbo Aroli:

My point exactly, You know nothing about Igbo culture. Most of the practices you know as Igbo culture originated from Eri/Nri and I myself is a decendant of Nri. I come from a very rich cultural background with vast knowledge of my root and culture. You can now see why i am vexed when strangers try to tell me my history. Offor na Ogu,Nze na Ozo,Ikenga,Ufiejioke/Ili ji,Ofala,the famous Igbo deities Eke,Oye,Afor na Nkwo and more all originated from Umu-Omanbala. Now,go back to your inlaws and tell them to stop misleading you. I have the noble Ozo title and all i will spill a blood to protect it from inferiors. Yes,we have superior culture and i am proud of it. Call me arrogant if you like.

Who are those/ Where is it that you refer to?

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Romance / Re: Best Compliments You've Gotten by some-girl: 12:58am On Apr 01
wadaness: Sometimes, people say things to you whether good or bad. So, I just want us to revisit our memories and share some of those things someone/people have said to you that will forever make you smile whenever you remember them. Mine is .......when I was in school there was this guy I was supposed to date but we kinda ended up friends cus he was cunny n dts kinda a huge turn off 4 me, some mnths later I met him smwhere n we got talking after we left. He called me on phone and d only thing he said was... you make me a better person....n it felt so good. So guys let's hear urs....

cunning or corny?
Culture / Re: The Name Of GOD Across Naija by some-girl: 11:53pm On Mar 30
PAGAN 9JA:
What about the other GODS ?



Igbo : Amadioha, CHukwu, Ikenga, Anyanwu, Idemmili, Ala, Ogbunbali, Agwu, etc.




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The poster asked for the names (plural) of God (singular, beginning with capital letter).
Chukwu is the only name in your post that is ascribed to God in Igbo. You can't teach Igbos about their culture.
In Igbo spirituality, there are lesser gods who supposedly all answer to the Creator and great God (Chineke, Chiokike, Chi-Ukwu).

Feel free to start a different topic asking for the names (plural) of gods (plural, whether beginning with capital or small letters) so that your supporters may contribute.

I think the OP made it very clear which God he wants to discuss. If he wanted a contribution like the one you made, he would have used the plural form.

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Violent Crimes / Re: 3 Nigerian Brothers Kidnap And Ra.pe Teenager In Chicago by some-girl: 3:29am On Mar 28
SirShymmex:
Uvukansi is from imo state,Nigeria and his attorney father wanted to represent him in court but backed out!

Principled Igbo man. So proud of him.

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Violent Crimes / Re: 3 Nigerian Brothers Kidnap And Ra.pe Teenager In Chicago by some-girl: 3:26am On Mar 28
Baby mama:

Don't you know some people here are mental patients
The rapeests " win"and he "wins" by spamming the thread
Does that make any bit of sense


no sense at all.....

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Violent Crimes / Re: 3 Nigerian Brothers Kidnap And Ra.pe Teenager In Chicago by some-girl: 3:24am On Mar 28
SirShymmex:

Don't quote me with your fvcked face and protruding teeth - sod off!

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Violent Crimes / Re: 3 Nigerian Brothers Kidnap And Ra.pe Teenager In Chicago by some-girl: 3:21am On Mar 28
SirShymmex: The threads stays but I'll spam it with more than enough criminals soon, just to balance the equation.

That would defeat the purpose in which it was created and make it a win win situation for me. cool

Violent Crimes / Re: 3 Nigerian Brothers Kidnap And Ra.pe Teenager In Chicago by some-girl: 2:43am On Mar 28
Baby mama:

Animashaun animals
See good looking young men that could have used the opportunities offered them in America to make something of themselves but
They carried their madness from Ibadan to Chicago

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Violent Crimes / Re: Mobs Beat Suspected Ritualists In Ibadan by some-girl: 2:18pm On Mar 27
semitunde:

OK. So which one are you? Diala, Ume or OSU? And why do you guys keep quiet about this?

I hate such categorizations. They are what forced many Igbos, who would have preferred otherwise, into inter tribal marriages.
Those who are bent on classifying human beings in those categories would refer to me as Diala. Being Diala has never put more food on my table.
Such classifications only persist in a few areas.
I had a conversation with an Enugu lady years ago about this and she had no idea what I was on about.
We keep quiet about it because many of us have "out-grown" that nonsense. Would be great if you could/ would especially since it doesn't affect you in any way, shape or form and is unrelated to this topic.
Violent Crimes / Re: Mobs Beat Suspected Ritualists In Ibadan by some-girl: 3:03am On Mar 27
semitunde:

You should ask your bro my dear. He needed an inhaler after pouring himself out in a few response lines.

I really don't want to do this but will continue to as your people have chosen mudslinging as a tactic of propaganda and I have also decided to get a little dirty.

On a personal note, if it hurts you, I apologise, but won't take the words back.


It doesn't hurt me.
Just wondered if you personally know of anything wrong with unions between people categorized as such.

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Violent Crimes / Re: Mobs Beat Suspected Ritualists In Ibadan by some-girl: 2:12am On Mar 27
semitunde:

Product of OSU and Ume marriage.

What's wrong with an Osu/ Ume marriage?
And is that your very best come back?

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Culture / Re: Delta Igbo, Bendel Igbo: What Does That Even Mean. by some-girl: 1:58am On Mar 23
My Igbo ability leaves a lot to be desired yet I could understand most of what was been said in this video.

Is this Ika language that has been "Igbocized"?



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ltIzwR03ks

I could just understand some bits of this Agbor song as well. I'm sure anyone fluent in Igbo would understand most of it


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfxHP_AHlAk
Food / Re: Which Do You Prefer: Amala Dudu Or Amala Funfun(black Or White Amala)? by some-girl: 12:37pm On Mar 21
emiye:

But, you love chocolate. Dont you?


The Amala you castigate has the same color as chocolate !

Different variations of brown.
Politics / Re: Breaking News: Prof Catherine Acholonu Is Dead (RIP) by some-girl: 4:26pm On Mar 19
baby_123: Grace Alele Williams got her PhD in 1963...

Anyway RIP to the lady.

And this information is your response to what question or claim in the article?

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Romance / Re: Bizarre Things Women Have Done Atleast Once by some-girl: 2:31am On Mar 18
11/27


There must be loads of weird women out there.

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