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|Family / Re: Top Ten Things You Should Hide From Your Spouse by tenry: 9:56pm On Mar 27|
This sounds boring. What happens to openness in marriage? If the ops is still single,(whc most likely he is)I pity your future wife cos truth ll be far away from your lips.
|Religion / Judgement Will Start From The Church, Why? by tenry: 9:14am On Mar 23|
Please I would like to know why the bible says the judgement shall begin from the house of God. Specifically frm who? From the alter or church members? Thanks for your contribution
|Education / A Student's Narration Of Bowen University Outrage,untold Reasons For D Protest by tenry: 9:25am On Mar 21|
For the first time in my life I perceived the conc smell of tear gas……………and it wasn’t funny. Questions sprung up in my head as the smell took over me. I asked myself if chickens could stand up for themselves and fight against them being massacred on christmas, I asked myself if little children could actually collect the belts, used to flog them, from their parents while being beaten and use it to flog their own parents back. I had an answer and that answer is the reason for the violence tonight 19th of march 2014.
The vice chancellor unknowingly and slowly accumulated kegs of gun powder and handed the students the matches and lighters when he introduced new rules that sent the bowen student community into an unending phase of silent complaint. ‘Ohhhs’ and ‘aahhhs’ in chapel became constant after every announcement of a new rule and specific rules such as the banning of take away packs and the introduction of breakfast, lunch and dinner times, left so many people so perplexed that some unknowingly staggered out of the chapel, confused, after this new rules were announced in the chapel a few weeks ago.
The words of complaints of students slowly filled ‘book’ after ‘book’ of anger as they were stacked continuously in an imaginary library of violence. From small books to textbooks as the problem of water sprung up among other problems such as the problem of electricity supply that finally filled the shelf. On the morning prior to the outrage, students had to go on an ‘adventure’ to search for water. Many students got back to the hostel with empty buckets, those that found water protected it, as they walked slowly like zombies back to the hostel, as if their lives depended on it. The absence of light added pepper to our injuries as students wondered whether the expensive school fees did not cover electricity supply. Some students were even found using torchlight to read in the school’s library and THIS made me ask myself what century we were actually in.
The outrage started in John Hall where it was reported that some gadgets including an ipad, a blackberry z10 and some laptops got spoilt this evening at around 7:30pm by the flunctuating power supply. This pushed the students of john hall over the edge as they started throwing louvre blades, destroying dustbins, breaking doors , attacking the portahs, among other unspeakables. Just as we thought it was about to end, the other halls, luke followed by mark and matthew, became possessed with the spirit of violence.
The outrage continued as the angry students attacked security guards, set their motorcycles on fire, vandalized the both school complexes as they went on smashing windows and unleashing dragons imprisoned in them for so long. The peak if it all was when the angry boys decided to progress towards the main campus. With the way they dressed, they could have been confused for militants and the Boko Haram as they tied black cloth around their faces and were bare chested with sticks with which they used to show their aggression. They ran steadily toward the main campus where the main female hostels are and at that point, the few sane students that watched the drama unfold began to pray………………….
As we expected but prayed against, they entered the female hostels but only proceeded to damage the hostel louvrers among other things. Some female students also joined in the protest as they refused to be left out. Halls such as Laosebikan hall (known as LAS), AGA, courtsey unit office and the Administration block were not left unharmed. A fire was started right in front of the female complex and the flames which tried its best to drive the thick darkness away could be seen from a far distance.
It was reported that some of the students attacked one of the school’s chaplains. Witnessses report that the group of boys saw the chaplain in his car and initially hesistated before their sanity gave way to insanity and so, attacked him, busting his car tires, smashing his car windscreen and mocking him with disrespective words. A girl at the scene that tried to take pictures was simply made to cry and give up with a few slaps. Students walked the streets with cigarettes in between their hands without fear. Now it was the time for the school management to fear, not them.
Students that reached the school gate went out of the school premises and went back in at free will, until sirenes of the mobile policemen brought them back to their senses. Students were seen running helter skelter as the police men drove into the school and started shooting into the air. Some took refuge in the dirty gutters, some ran into the female hostels while others found their way into unfriendly bushes scattered around the school. The very few that had the liver stood though they were obviously high on something, either anger or weed.
That was when I began to perceive the tear gas which the police men had thrown to disperse the mob. My eyes began to pepper me and I saw many other students begin to rub their eyes too in discomfort. I knew that that was our very first punishment. Others were definitely on their way, the vice chancellor would make sure they arrived quickly. But the question that rang through my mind as my phone rang, my dad calling me, was ‘Who will be spared?’
Some students were caught in the act and these ones shall be the matyrs of today, 19th march 2014. Some may call them silly and indisciplined, others may call them Generation Changers.
|Family / Re: Share Your Wedding Night Experience by tenry: 10:56am On Mar 09|
Sarah a: God bless your Marriage.
Amen. Thank you
|Family / Re: Share Your Wedding Night Experience by tenry: 12:55pm On Mar 08|
holamiday: No matter how tired i may be, i must have sex with my wife on my wedding night.
I had the same notion when I was like u, but in reality, things don't work this way. You ll be exhausted so much that u will prefer to wait till d next day when u are in good condition for maximum enjoyment. You won't understand now until dat day.
|Family / Re: Share Your Wedding Night Experience by tenry: 8:46pm On Mar 07|
The first night, there was no sex cos we were very tired. Then d following day, I made attempt for the first time in our 8 years of courtship. My wife screamed to the extent that my mother came nocking cos we were still in d village. Then I. Lied to her that it was just helping her to massage her swolen legs as a result of d wedding stress. Then we dicided to stop until we get to our rented apartment in lagos. As we were travelling back, my wife didn't talk much, leaving the driver and I to do most of the talking only to confess to me later how terribly scared she was and was praying the journey shldnt end again. Lol,we arrived safely and took a light shower without arranging things we brought along and my wife entered d toilet, spent almost 30mins while I waited for her to join me on the bed. Reluntantly, she did and d real show began. I thought it was a small thing,mehn I couldn't brake d hymen until d third day. It was soo thick and tight and the way she screamed made me appear as a Molester. We used vaseline, but KY gelly helped too. At a point I wanted to start blaming myself for marrying a virgin, but now, I am thanking God cos she's d best thing that has ever happened to me and in few months time, u will all get an invite to come and chop amala and ewedu lol.
|Family / Re: Can A Single(unmarried) Be A Marriage Counsellor? by tenry: 12:51am On Feb 28|
donroxy: Op, You are not versatile and well exposed cuz U wouldn't have said such !
I would have loved to abuse you but I gave up on you cos it is obvious u are a slowpoke!
|Family / Can A Single(unmarried) Be A Marriage Counsellor? by tenry: 7:53pm On Feb 26|
Sometimes I laugh when I listen to some marriage counsellors who are not married counselling their fellow singles. What have you to offer? Remember those you are counselling can also buy/download thay book and read. You don't have any experience there fore you are not competent to speak on the subject#My opinion though. Remember not all marriage counsellors are christian, hence you argue like my brother over here that Apostle Paul was not married yet he wrote powerful messages on marriage. Let's hear your opinion.
|Education / Re: How Much Stress Did You Pass Through With Your Final Year Project In School by tenry: 9:07pm On Feb 22|
Visit the department of communication and language arts, university of Ibadan, confirm frm d present HOD who OBJ is. Needless to tell u that I got a good offer wit 4digit salary few months after my exit.Cry no more omo LASU abi whc backyard uni u attended? Your cert ll be useful to groundnut and guguru sellers with a token in exchange. Omo agbako!
|Education / Re: How Much Stress Did You Pass Through With Your Final Year Project In School by tenry: 9:08pm On Feb 21|
Just as your life is so boring!
|Education / Re: How Much Stress Did You Pass Through With Your Final Year Project In School by tenry: 8:40pm On Feb 21|
alextayo:I quite understand your sympathy for the dude who bribed the lecturer to get his project done because his file was misplaced by d supervisor. I left the uni immediately after my masters having worked for 2 years as teaching assistant. I left because I couldn't tolerate nuisance like you who can hardly get things right. Like I promise your fellow nuisance, I won't reply u guys again.
|Education / Re: How Much Stress Did You Pass Through With Your Final Year Project In School by tenry: 8:28pm On Feb 21|
alextayo:You can take that home and share among your family members! I can feel your pain! Frustration can kill a jobless graduate with no sight in view! My last word in yoruba, bi wa se baku ni ye! I promise I won't reply u again.
|Education / Re: How Much Stress Did You Pass Through With Your Final Year Project In School by tenry: 9:08pm On Feb 20|
s!s! afrika:So u are taking panadol for another person's headache, ho sorry! I remember your case was more pitiable than that. Olodo oshi. How come you ll be employable even when u couldn't get a small research done properly in the university! Your elderly ones @ home are daft not me. Brainless .
|Education / Re: How Much Stress Did You Pass Through With Your Final Year Project In School by tenry: 7:25pm On Feb 20|
So who among you published his or her research or it ended up in the uni/departmental library? I did not only score an A but my supervisor edited it properly and eventually got published in a reputable journal. Kudos to Dr. Ojebode of CLA, UI.
|Education / Re: How Much Stress Did You Pass Through With Your Final Year Project In School by tenry: 7:17pm On Feb 20|
alextayo: This is one chapter of my life I dont like remembering.
Half baked graduate, and u will be proud to tell your children u graduated from a university.what a pity!
|Education / Re: Cultists Kill Bowen Student For Rejecting intimate Advances by tenry: 7:48pm On Feb 19|
fr3do: How can a 17 year old be in 300L
Was she killed in the school or @ home? What is d correlation between her death and educational level? You need to resume at Yaba Aposi immediately.
|Family / Re: What Is The Funniest Thing A Child Ever Did Or Said To You? by tenry: 7:08pm On Feb 19|
My 4 year old nephew was pestering me to give him a gun at a party last wekend. Uncle do u have a gun? I replied No! Then I asked what for? He said he needed it to kill the policemen on the road while returning home with his dad. Then I asked him why? He said they stopped his dad's vehicle while coming and he needed to kill them if they attempt to stop them again on their way home.
|Family / Re: Are You Feeling Suicidal? Come Here First! (part 2) by tenry: 5:30pm On Feb 17|
I saw this post sometimes last year and I asked myself 'why will someone considers suicide?' But recent events in my life leaves me wit no other option. I feel depressed, lost my job, missed two job opportunities in d last 3 months, I lost my life savings to a family friend whose business chrashed down barely three months after I invested in it and she couldn't pay back since then, i am empty and worthless. I can't takecare of my family and all I knw is frustration, crying day and night and no solution, why can't I bid this world bye and find a rest!
|Family / Re: When Last Did Anything Or Anyone Make You CRY? by tenry: 2:44pm On Feb 14|
I have cried this morning when my dad called me and encouraged me to believe God that I will get job soon. I cried because the man even sponsored my masters with part of his gratuity and yet to fulfill my obligation as a son. Life can be so unfair but I believe this challenge will be over one day. To those who are gainfully employed, pls don't joke with it.
|Family / Re: Temptation From My Wife! by tenry: 9:44pm On Feb 05|
Cousim: u killed her
Nope. I gave her the best answer she deserved. I hav gone out since morning, feeling so tired and then I hav to relax with some comic cos' I cannot come and die'. So I am wondering if they don't laugh in her village!
|Family / Re: How Soon After Marriage Did You Get Pregnant For Your First Baby? by tenry: 9:33pm On Feb 05|
|Family / Re: His Virgin Wife Is Scared Of Having Sex by tenry: 9:24pm On Feb 05|
My sister, don't be scared! I am just sharing my own experience so that the guy will knw that he can overcome the challenge.
|Family / Re: Temptation From My Wife! by tenry: 9:04pm On Feb 05|
GeeCee: Can i copy it?
When u are not a copycat! Ok u can copy it but acknowledge me.
|Family / Re: How Soon After Marriage Did You Get Pregnant For Your First Baby? by tenry: 8:59pm On Feb 05|
Was her pregnancy stressful? Or smooth, what was it like?[/quote
My sister, it is stressful somehow, though she's just 4 months pregnant,it is stressful and I ve been supportive.
|Family / Re: How Soon After Marriage Did You Get Pregnant For Your First Baby? by tenry: 7:42pm On Feb 05|
My wife got pregnant a month after our wedding. I disvirgined her and it was a thing of joy to me.
|Family / Re: Temptation From My Wife! by tenry: 7:32pm On Feb 05|
simply_me: This is supposed to be funny, right?You can choose to cry if you want!
|Family / Temptation From My Wife! by tenry: 7:26pm On Feb 05|
I looked again at the round mounds
Looking so tempting to touch and grab.
I licked my lips in anticipation
Imagining what I would do if I could lay my hands on them.
It's been a while since I've touched and tasted those of any other lady except my wife's
And the urge to do was so powerful.
They looked so enticing wrapped up like that by the lady,
With just a glimpse of the real thing showing.
Soft, well-rounded and tempting to touch
Bulging out and almost trying to burst out of their enclosure.
I could feel my wife's gaze on me
Observing me seriously and gauging my reaction.
But I care less what she was thinking
My mind was fixated on these wonderful and well-shaped objects
Beckoning at me to grab them.
Should I ask the owner if I could touch them and feel them?
Would my wife get mad if I do?
Man, this is a dilemma.
Why did this lady choose of all places to come here
Right in front of me!
And entice me with her well-augmented and wrapped properties?
Won't people call me a shameless person if I decide to follow my mind and go for them?
Just a touch...
I unconsciously stretched my hands to feel them
And I froze in mid-motion on remembering my wife beside me.
I beseechingly turned to her and ask, " Honey, do you mind?"
She shook her head and smiled.
She knew what was on my mind.
So I touched them and felt them, closing my eyes.
It felt wonderful and I realised they were gloriously perfect to touch as I imagined.
I looked up at the lady with the rotund mounds and I could see she was enjoying my reaction to the touch.
She asked, "Do you like them? Or you would rather feel them more or taste them?"
Immediately my mind was made up, and if I wait any second, I may do the unthinkable and take more than what was offered.
So I said, "Give me 4 wraps with egusi soup, and two for my wife, she doesn't eat much."
She did. And that was almost the best pounded yam I have ever eaten at a party.
|Career / Re: Best Students In Your Secondary School- How Successful Are They Presently? by tenry: 6:29pm On Feb 05|
centpado: attended F.G.C Lagos '08 set...IJANIKINGuy Accounting dey UI? Na wa for you ooo!
|Family / Re: His Virgin Wife Is Scared Of Having Sex by tenry: 6:15pm On Feb 05|
This issue is serious than most of you approached it. I married my wife oct last year as a virgin at the age of 29. The first night, there was no sex cos we were very tired. Then d following day, I made attempt for the first time in our 8 years of courtship. My wife screamed to the extent that my mother came nocking cos we were still in d village. Then I. Lied to her that it was just helping her to massage her swolen legs as a result of d wedding stress. Then we dicided to stop until we get to our rented apartment in lagos. As we were travelling back, my wife didn't talk much, leaving the driver and I to do most of the talking only to confess to me later how terribly scared she was and was praying the journey shldnt end again. Lol,we arrived safely and took a light shower without arranging things we brought along and my wife entered d toilet, spent almost 30mins while I waited for her to join me on the bed. Reluntantly, she did and d real show began. I thought it was a small thing,mehn I couldn't brake d hymen until d third day. It was soo thick and tight and the way she screamed made me appear as a Molester. We used vaseline, but KY gelly helped too. At a point I wanted to start blaming myself for marrying a virgin, but now, I am thanking God cos she's d best thing that has ever happened to me and in few months time, u will all get an invite to come and chop amala and ewedu lol. What I am trying to say in a nutshell is that it is very difficult to brake thick hymen so the dude should take it easy with her and tell her to relax. She should not be scared. I remember my wife said thank you Jesus when she saw blood coming out of her virgina and she felt a severe pain when I eventually broke it. I wish you well.
|Career / Re: Best Students In Your Secondary School- How Successful Are They Presently? by tenry: 5:01pm On Feb 05|
bensonlee: Best-Ex-militant,now coordinating things in Aso rock.5th best you,currently on nairaland with his brainless head writing trash!
|Religion / Re: Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Of Christ Embassy Finally Relocates To South Africa. by tenry: 5:13pm On Jan 27|
@Mods, front page please. Thanks
|Religion / Pastor Chris Oyakhilome Of Christ Embassy Finally Relocates To South Africa. by tenry: 5:08pm On Jan 27|
Funky man of God, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, has relocated from his fatherland in Nigeria to South Africa.
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome
His relocation is aimed at giving his Christ Embassy Church’s branches in Madiba’s country good supervision. His presence in South Africa is expected to make the church flourish and more popular.
A source in the church claimed that the stylist man of God has concluded plans to focus more on the international branches of the church. After South Africa, he is expected to relocate to another country.
Global Village Extra gathered that Pastor Oyakhilome had relocated since early last year, but the move has been kept a secret, though he shuttles Nigeria regularly, particularly when the church has important programs.
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