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Re: The Culture Lounge by VickyRotex(f): 2:04am On Jun 02, 2020
Omoluabi16:
oya close mouth angry na joke I dey.

I'd see if I can share more stuffs here tomorrow. Byebye. wink

Ahh better ooo! I was close to completing the online auction of our friendship, then I saw your mention. grin

No wahala. Eseun oluko! Good night! cool
Re: The Culture Lounge by superjack1986: 8:28am On Jun 03, 2020
Is this true? It's horrible
https://twitter.com/samzizzzle/status/1255647119811080193
odumchi:
This thread is for that time that you have a question but don't know who to ask; that time you have something you'd like to discuss but not sure with who; that time you just want to discuss anything and everything cultural with everyone.

cool
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Re: The Culture Lounge by godwinjessica: 12:46am On Jun 23, 2020
Hey Come and watch naija and ghana challange

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Re: The Culture Lounge by powersquadkd: 4:12am On Jul 07, 2020
Re: The Culture Lounge by Cousin9999: 2:36am On Aug 01, 2020
I've heard Belize people say they're Caribbean, but it's only recently that I see they actually are: language, food, music, politics, etc.

It's actually strange not just because of their location, but also because they're not a predominantly black country. They're very culturally black though.

But anyway, big up Belize and the "murder mamis."
Re: The Culture Lounge by anucha20natasha: 7:13am On Aug 06, 2020
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Re: The Culture Lounge by nnasman(m): 2:57pm On Aug 09, 2020
Is it bad to dance all kind of music?
Re: The Culture Lounge by lixingxing: 4:46am On Aug 13, 2020
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Re: The Culture Lounge by Cypha6(m): 9:22pm On Aug 18, 2020
read this story, it will tell you why you must give
My neighbour who runs a restaurant down town, brought this young girl of about fifteen years, to stay with her. The first day I saw this girl, I was standing at my kitchen window. She looked nurtured and descent. From her dressing, and the way she looked, I could tell she had come from the village.
Every morning when she came outside to fetch water from the well, she will sing christian hymns in melodious tunes. Most of her songs where sang in her dialect or pidgin English.
She did this everyday before heading for the restaurant. I will stand at my kitchen window just to listen to her sing. Sometimes I joined her in singing.
She had never seen me before. This is because, she leaves for the restaurant in the mornings, and return back at night when I was already on my bed sleeping.
One morning, I had gone to buy kerosene from the fueling station, and was returning with some change in my hands, when I sighted her coming down. It was obvious she was heading for the restaurant as usual.
She greeted me and I responded. I was tempted to ask her of her name as she walked pass me. I turned back to look at her and coincidentally met her gaze. I quickly returned my gaze.
Just then, she called me.
"Uncle."
I stopped, and turned towards her. She approached me gesticulating with her hands.
"Please uncle, you fit borrow me hundred naira to buy bread. I dey very hungry."
Without asking questions, I pulled out two hundred naira from my change and handed to her. She thanked me and continued her walk.
An elderly mechanic man, who had been watching us from his workshop beckoned on me to come.
"You give her money?"
"Yes I did." I replied.
He told me that I wouldn't have given her. He said she has been secretly begging money from people.
"No body the give her money again. Shey na food she say she wan buy?"
I nodded.
"Ehen. No give her. Na like that she dey. I am yet to tell her aunty about it. The aunty needs to put an eye on her." He said.
I went home that day thinking. My thoughts wandered.
A Month later, I had attended a night vigil and was returning from church late at night, when I sighted her standing with a woman at the junction. I saw the woman reach for her purse and pull out some money, and handed over to her.
She thanked the woman too.
Well I didn't take it funny anymore. I doubled my steps, and approached her. When I held her by her shoulders, she shuddered. I asked why she was begging for money on the streets and she didn't reply me. I insisted and told her how people have noticed her actions, and were preparing to tell her Aunty about it.
She immediately knelt down and started begging me.
"No tell my Aunty sir. Please. No tell her."
https://x9jamedia..com/2020/08/giving-and-receiving-this-story-will.html
Re: The Culture Lounge by ebenezer880(m): 8:18pm On Aug 26, 2020
Shawarma '& pizza @ur door step

Re: The Culture Lounge by ChideraStephen(f): 6:34pm On Sep 02, 2020
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Re: The Culture Lounge by SisterFire(f): 9:42pm On Nov 23, 2020
Clericuzzio sorry u misunderstood me
Am a goddess right-hand who knew Yahweh as Satan , I was been sarcastic dear

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Re: The Culture Lounge by clericuzzio(m): 10:38pm On Nov 23, 2020
SisterFire:
Clericuzzio sorry u misunderstood me
Am a goddess right-hand who knew Yahweh as Satan , I was been sarcastic dear
Pls accept my apology for this

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Re: The Culture Lounge by SisterFire(f): 10:55pm On Nov 23, 2020
clericuzzio:

Pls accept my apology for this
before I accept your apology tell me what you felt when I sent that message to you , be sincere !

And support the goddess there in deprogramming the already PROGRAMMED humans of yahweh the Satan

Reward: nature will be by ur side ( 2 ) air you breathe shall go against those who offend you but make sure you are truthful and full of justice grin now start talking
Re: The Culture Lounge by SisterFire(f): 10:56pm On Nov 23, 2020
clericuzzio:

Pls accept my apology for this
now go n clean it
Re: The Culture Lounge by alawiiyeyoruba: 10:25am On Dec 09, 2020
We Yorubas love greeting each other, in fact it is a way of life for us, to learn more on the greeting system of Yorubas, read more on https://alawiiyeyoruba.com/greeting-as-an-important-part-of-yoruba-culture/

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Re: The Culture Lounge by Jamrock391: 6:23am On Dec 10, 2020
So apparently, I look like an Igbo man to some of my co workers. What do yall think?

Re: The Culture Lounge by Jamrock391: 6:31am On Dec 10, 2020
[img][/img] Ok, so I am African American but apparently most Nigerians i meet think im Lying lol. They say i look like an Igbo man. What do you all think? Heres my picture

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Re: The Culture Lounge by Ekealterego: 1:05am On Jan 15
Jamrock391:
[img][/img] Ok, so I am African American but apparently most Nigerians i meet think im Lying lol. They say i look like an Igbo man. What do you all think? Heres my picture
Well, one can tell where they are coming from ith that claim.
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Re: The Culture Lounge by kshash: 11:36am On Mar 13
Hi there,

I need some help pls. I’m looking for the meaning of the name: "Tariye" it is a Rivers name but I’m not sure of what tribe in River State.

Thank you in advance!
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Re: The Culture Lounge by Opemopem15: 3:55pm On Mar 19
Re: The Culture Lounge by Jydenna: 4:16am On Apr 03
I like how this breaks down counting in Igbo......very intuitive for beginners
After watching thus you will know your numbers without shame


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2xWdmriF4g
Re: The Culture Lounge by N3cR0mAZc3R(m): 11:35am On Apr 25
alawiiyeyoruba:
We Yorubas love greeting each other, in fact it is a way of life for us, to learn more on the greeting system of Yorubas, read more on https://alawiiyeyoruba.com/greeting-as-an-important-part-of-yoruba-culture/

So true. My mum can greet people till kingdom come. She fit even go to peoples house just to greet them lol. I get tired of that sh*t.
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Re: The Culture Lounge by kimduhan2: 11:00am On Jun 03
I prefer to take a part in some online art events Soon I want to listen info about feminist art. Feminist Art’s initial aim was to create opportunities and spaces that previously did not exist for women and minority artists. Very interesting topic for me.

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