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|Food / Re: Yoruba Man Killing Afang Soup In The Kitchen; All Thanks To Calabar Babes. by somegirl1: 12:19pm On Mar 04|
I doubt very much I would enjoy it in that case.
I prefer to soups that give me something, other than meat, to masticate.
|Food / Re: Yoruba Man Killing Afang Soup In The Kitchen; All Thanks To Calabar Babes. by somegirl1: 11:23am On Mar 04|
I thought the veg blending step was wierd.
I don't believe it's cooked that way.
The end product looks alright however.
|Religion / Re: “These Top Nigerian Pastors Are Candidates Of Hell Fire” – 7rys Old Girl. by somegirl1: 2:51pm On Mar 03|
Frankmishael:I actually thought I had quoted a sane person.
|Religion / Re: “These Top Nigerian Pastors Are Candidates Of Hell Fire” – 7rys Old Girl. by somegirl1: 2:30pm On Mar 03|
You need to be born again for you clearly aren't.
Christianity is not about bitterness and declaring people cursed (note the correct spelling).
It's people like you who make Christianity unattractive to people who might erroneously believe you are a Christian.
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|Family / Re: How Can I Revive My Fallen Bosoms After Nursing Two Children? by somegirl1: 5:23pm On Mar 02|
If the bosoms never need to depend on these ligaments, no problem. I wear a bra circa 23hrs per day.
|Romance / Re: Relationship Between AA And SS by somegirl1: 5:01pm On Mar 02|
The SS partner has some explaining to do.
|Family / Re: How Can I Revive My Fallen Bosoms After Nursing Two Children? by somegirl1: 4:56pm On Mar 02|
Surgery might be the only physical option.
I'm so scared of my bosoms falling, I wear a bra all the time.
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|Culture / Re: Lists Of 371 Tribes In Nigeria, Which One Is Yours? by somegirl1: 1:49pm On Feb 27|
Kana and Gokana are both Ogoni groups
As far as I know, Etche is Igbo
Degema = Kalabari = Ijaw
|Romance / Re: 10 Simple Things Girls Do To Deceive Guys. by somegirl1: 6:32pm On Feb 26|
I believe you mean "entice" or "attract" guys and I believe the word you or the OP of the original thread for guys was looking for was infact "woo".
Why would anyone want to "deceive" anyone? Is he/ she the devil? Word choice error.
|Nairaland / General / Re: My Encounter With A Samaritan Taxi Man by somegirl1: 5:07pm On Feb 26|
sauceny:An Igbo woman returned N12 million.
Meditate on this.
|Romance / Re: Race, Inter-tribal Marriage And Physical Features! by somegirl1: 2:01pm On Feb 26|
What shall we do to/ with/ for/ about our dear special Onila?
|Health / Re: The Real Reason Nigerian Hospitals Ask For Police Report In Trauma Patients by somegirl1: 10:35am On Feb 26|
It's terrible that they are not honest with patients about their capabilities.
Lives could be saved if people knew where exactly to head instead of being messed about.
|Crime / Re: This Is The New Way Of Robbing In Lagos by somegirl1: 2:16pm On Feb 25|
The cashier who handled the transaction would be arrested or have to pay the money from their salary.
A single individual would still have to bear the brunt.
|Family / Re: My Story My Regret by somegirl1: 7:44pm On Feb 24|
Hopefully our banter would put a smile on his face.
It's well OP
|Family / Re: My Story My Regret by somegirl1: 4:25pm On Feb 24|
"Want" is also relative o
Might be kuli kuli but I doubt that a full Dimkpa nwoke would be referring to that as a want.
|Family / Re: My Story My Regret by somegirl1: 4:07pm On Feb 24|
Good sense of humour detected.
Without intending to dispute or dismiss the OP's declaration, I actually love his confidence, I'm sure Nigerian woman aren't that shallow and if they are, they'd hopefully be smart enough to know that "made" is relative.
A motorbike owner who used to be a truckpusher might consider himself made whilst a governor hoping to be president some day may not consider himself made.
Let it go.
Put yourself in your dad's shoes. Would you want your child carrying a burden like this for as long as you have?
|Properties / Re: Cost Of laying a bungalow Foundation by somegirl1: 1:40pm On Feb 24|
You won't be the first to build luxury apartments for rent.
You sound like rented houses all have to be substandard. Nothing wrong with putting up apartments with the specs you've listed and charging accordingly.
Decent properties would attract people who would pay their rent on time.
|Politics / Re: [picture] Buhari And GEJ Dress Up In Military Attire To Salute Nigerians by somegirl1: 10:29am On Feb 24|
Buhari's photo doesn't look like it was taken recently
|Politics / Re: Why Should I Vote For APC In 2015? by somegirl1: 5:26pm On Feb 23|
Your post would have made a lot of sense if the individuals in question were truly untested.
PDP, APC same product, different packaging.
Any and every PDP defectors is welcomed into APC, no questions asked, no screening whatsoever of new entrants. Instead their defection is celebrated like some victory over the PDP.
Despite having more credible members like Fashola and Duke, they chose to field a 3 time loser as their candidate. That says that they have no or little regard for Nigerian voters, who have collectively rejected Buhari 3 times in a row.
No party in a developed country with serious plans to overthrow an incumbent would field him.
APC does not represent change.
Change might come from one of the smaller unknown parties
|Culture / Re: Why Do Igbos Especially The Anambrans Marry From Their Tribe? by somegirl1: 12:50am On Feb 23|
She is. I don't know where people got the notion that she is not Igbo.
|Culture / Re: Why Do Igbos Especially The Anambrans Marry From Their Tribe? by somegirl1: 11:51pm On Feb 22|
You know that Anita is a full-blooded Igbo girl from Oguta in Imo State, don't you?
|Culture / Re: Why Do Igbos Especially The Anambrans Marry From Their Tribe? by somegirl1: 8:22pm On Feb 22|
Does an Anambra person refusing to marry an Imo person make the Imo person less Igbo? or does an Imo person refusing to marry an Anambra person make the Anambra person less Igbo?
You can't use a single experience to judge not just one group but various groups of Igbos with different orientations.
|Culture / Re: Why Do Igbos Especially The Anambrans Marry From Their Tribe? by somegirl1: 7:32pm On Feb 22|
Take this from an Igbo girl - If a man wants truly wants to marry a woman, her ethnic group would not stop him. No/ or few Igbo parents would disown their children because of their partner's ethnicity. The very worst that could happen is animosity for some time or boundaries would be established.
Ethnicity only presents a good excuse for a person to not marry someone they never intended to marry or were not completely sure about marrying.
Having said that, I see nothing wrong with wanting to marry someone of your ethnic group or from neighbouring groups.
Igbos from Imo have married people from Rivers groups mainly, Abia Igbos have married from Ibibio groups, Ebonyi Igbos from Efik groups, Delta Igbos from Edoid groups, Enugu Igbos with people from Benue groups, since the beginning.
If Anambra Igbos choose to keep to themselves, let them be.
|Education / Re: 10 Words Nigerians Use That Are Not In The Dictionary by somegirl1: 12:51pm On Feb 18|
Severally - Another word often used incorrectly by Nigerians
|Culture / Re: Its Official, Igbos Can No Longer Claim To Have Some Isreali DNA :) by somegirl1: 12:45pm On Feb 18|
Where do you come from?
|Politics / Re: War Threats: Niger Delta Ex-militants Give Danjuma 7-day Ultimatum by somegirl1: 8:06pm On Feb 09|
There's never been and never will be an era in which people did not or will not travel 100km and more.
Long distance travel will endure until the end of time. Only thing that has changed/ will change is the mode of transportation.
So your last statement makes no sense.
In response to your first statement, if I recall correctly it was infact Danjuma's failure to apologise that was supposed prompt whatever you were going to do.
How dare you even compare yourselves to Igbos when it comes backing words with action.
Talk is cheap, I reiterate.
|Politics / Re: War Threats: Niger Delta Ex-militants Give Danjuma 7-day Ultimatum by somegirl1: 11:28am On Feb 09|
It's been over 7 days since your "altimatum" was issued. There's been no apology from danjuma and you have done nothing, as I predicted. Who is/ are the empty chest beater(s) now?
I even expected a bit of noise from your boys.
Appears I overestimated your lot.
|Politics / Re: War Threats: Niger Delta Ex-militants Give Danjuma 7-day Ultimatum by somegirl1: 8:32pm On Feb 01|
|Politics / Re: War Threats: Niger Delta Ex-militants Give Danjuma 7-day Ultimatum by somegirl1: 6:15pm On Feb 01|
Face the person who called for your bosses' arrests, the people who have destroyed your means of livelihood for their personal gain and leave Igbos who have proven their significance and resilience out of this.
You won't need Igbos indeed. Pay back time for Biafra's evils? Yet your boss Ekpemupolo said this:
“Let Gen. Danjuma and his cohorts know that they will not see any Ijaw man, Igbo and others to fight on their side if the war that they are planning breaks out."
Who made him a spokesman for Igbos? Why is he dragging Igbos into your mess? Why is he counting on Igbos to not fight on the other side?
You won't last 1 year in a full-fledged war, I reiterate.
|Politics / Re: War Threats: Niger Delta Ex-militants Give Danjuma 7-day Ultimatum by somegirl1: 11:12pm On Jan 31|
When did Igbos issue " altimatums" and did not "abide by it and bring it to reality"?
Funny how people who have allowed their resources to be pillaged, their means of livelihood destroyed and have nothing to show for all their resources are quick to talk.
What's happening in your land, would never have happened in Igbo land without a fight. The then Biafrans fought against the army of a country more than 5 times their size and managed to sustain a war for 3 years. You will not last a year if you choose to go down that path.
Nothing will happen that will affect Danjuma if he refuses to apologise, as we know
The worst that would happen is innocent unconnected citizens getting hurt.
Talk is dirt cheap.
|Romance / Re: Reasons Why Every Nigerian Girl Says She Lost Her Virginity Via Rape by somegirl1: 1:20am On Jan 31|
I don't mean to sound condescending but topics like this are very telling of the socio-economic class of many Nairalanders.
"Every Nigerian Girl"?
I can't imagine any why exposed, sophisticated, adult would tell such a lie to a man, when virginity is infact no longer valued.
If the only girls a man can land are unexposed (euphemism) or under-aged (who have no business having se-x), it would be ridiculous of him to assume that "every" girl including girls out of his league are the same.
We read daily about children being molested by relatives, neighbours, helps et al. When these unfortunate victims grow up and feel the need to confide in people,with the mentality of some commenters on here, they will disbelieved, mocked and taken advantage of.
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