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The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by franugo(m): 9:11pm On Oct 22, 2014
I've noticed that every year new graduates get crazier n crazier...u c them poking their body out of a car window, or standing on the roof or just being stupid while d stupider driver rides like a male dog climbing a bitch, 4getting dt shud anytin happen, d blame will be on him! Abeg pple, make una use una head na, not dt after ur pple don sweat send u go skul u go con go get accident on grad day...a WorD'S EnufF 4 d WisE!

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Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by hatux: 10:15pm On Oct 22, 2014
Okay! Thanks for the advice.
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by eightsin(m): 7:12am On Oct 23, 2014
Funny enuf, some will still have spill over

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Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by jnrbayano(m): 7:20am On Oct 23, 2014
I understand their excitements, how accomplished they feel having passed through all these academic rigours however, they shouldn't throw caution to the wind.

Not only it is an achievement to pass through an institution, they also ought to have graduated in the field of common sense.

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Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by rattlesnake(m): 7:49am On Oct 23, 2014
franugo:
I've noticed that every year new graduates get crazier n crazier...u c them poking their body out of a car window, or standing on the roof or just being stupid while d stupider driver rides like a male dog climbing a bitch, 4getting dt shud anytin happen, d blame will be on him! Abeg pple, make una use una head na, not dt after ur pple don sweat send u go skul u go con go get accident on grad day...a WorD'S EnufF 4 d WisE!
in Nigeria??
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by Nobody: 7:50am On Oct 23, 2014
shuuu.

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Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by bizngr(f): 8:58am On Oct 23, 2014
Valid points!
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by donigspain(m): 9:06am On Oct 23, 2014
Hehehe, sitting back in my office I just can't but imagine how stupid we were those days. I remember the stunts we pulled with our entourage (everybody came with his dad's car) on the Enugu-PortHarcourt expressway, the near miss we had in front of Okpara Square close to New Haven Junction, bringing the busy streets of New Haven to a stand still as we gyrated with empty bottle of alcohol. sad sad sad

Sadly, this was after my roomie and I had gone to church (empty hall) to give thanks to God immediately we finished the final paper. SMH.

[size=18pt]ESUT GRADUATION DECEMBER 9, 2011[/size]
Funny enough, within these pics are the most brilliant of the department. Therein are the BEST GRADUATING wink and the SECOND BEST GRADUATING grin students of the department (maybe faculty as well).

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Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by adegwurulez(m): 10:17am On Oct 23, 2014
when i graduated, i went straight to church to give thanks, i didn't do any of these.








But that was 30years ago sha, things have changed. grin

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Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by Lilimax(f): 10:32am On Oct 23, 2014
adegwurulez:
when i graduated, i went straight to church to give thanks, i didn't do any of these.


But that was 30years ago sha, things have changed. grin
When I graduated, I didn't do same either and that was about 15 years ago smiley embarassed
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by 100Cents: 10:38am On Oct 23, 2014
And many of them came out with nothing..

Chai, forgetting that the real deal is, making it in life, not necessarily going to school..
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by franugo(m): 10:44am On Oct 23, 2014
jnrbayano:
I understand their excitements, how accomplished they feel having passed through all these academic rigours however, they shouldn't throw caution to the wind.

Not only it is an achievement to pass through an institution, they also ought to have graduated in the field of common sense.

thank u oga!! At least their celebrations shud be moderated.
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by franugo(m): 10:46am On Oct 23, 2014
adegwurulez:
when i graduated, i went straight to church to give thanks, i didn't do any of these.








But that was 30years ago sha, things have changed. grin

30yrs ago? shocked naim be say na u be oga at d top oo, ur boy is LOYAL grin
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by franugo(m): 10:48am On Oct 23, 2014
rattlesnake:
in Nigeria??

of course. I think it happens in all unis but am using Delsu abk as a case study seeing as am a delsuite meself...u telling me u haven't seen such anarchy n mayhem b4?
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by adegwurulez(m): 10:49am On Oct 23, 2014
Lilimax:

When I graduated, I didn't do same either and that was about 15 years ago smiley embarassed
I dont know why but i think i believe you.
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by Lilimax(f): 10:52am On Oct 23, 2014
adegwurulez:

I dont know why but i think i believe you.
Likewise the way I thought I believed you too undecided
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by adegwurulez(m): 10:52am On Oct 23, 2014
franugo:


30yrs ago? shocked naim be say na u be oga at d top oo, ur boy is LOYAL grin
you should take that with a pinch of salt.
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by adegwurulez(m): 10:54am On Oct 23, 2014
Lilimax:

Likewise the way I thought I believed you too undecided
So how are the kids? grin
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by Lilimax(f): 10:55am On Oct 23, 2014
adegwurulez:

So how are the kids? grin
Doing well and how are yours? tongue
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by adegwurulez(m): 11:05am On Oct 23, 2014
Lilimax:

Doing well and how are yours? tongue
Somewhere in the reproductive cells of a yet unknown lady.


I hope they're good.
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by Lilimax(f): 11:06am On Oct 23, 2014
adegwurulez:

Somewhere in the reproductive cells of a yet unknown lady.
So you lied sad
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by idu1(m): 11:08am On Oct 23, 2014
Lilimax:

When I graduated, I didn't do same either and that was about 15 years ago smiley embarassed
The two of u should continue lying for united state of nigeria..............

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Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by Lilimax(f): 11:11am On Oct 23, 2014
idu1:
The two of u should continue lying for united state of nigeria..............
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by adegwurulez(m): 11:14am On Oct 23, 2014
Lilimax:
So you lied sad
Maybe i should put a disclaimer up there;
"Believe this at your risk"
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by Lilimax(f): 11:15am On Oct 23, 2014
adegwurulez:

Maybe i should put a disclaimer up there;
"Believe this at your risk"
embarassed
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by franugo(m): 11:23am On Oct 23, 2014
adegwurulez:

Maybe i should put a disclaimer up there;
"Believe this at your risk"

yea u shud. If no b say sister lilimax dey hold me, two of us 4 get down now! undecided
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by Lilimax(f): 11:27am On Oct 23, 2014
franugo:


yea u shud. If no b say sister lilimax dey hold me, two of us 4 get down now! undecided
Stop mentioning my name.
You comment and reply yourself? how good does it sound undecided?
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Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by akinsadeez(m): 11:52am On Oct 23, 2014
It is not limited to graduation. Some few years ago, about five students died in Unilorin on the day of matriculation. They were in a car, over speeding and were involved in an accident. It was very saddening to see young lives cut short in the blink of an eye but that is what excess of joy can lead to.
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by adegwurulez(m): 11:59am On Oct 23, 2014
franugo:


yea u shud. If no b say sister lilimax dey hold me, two of us 4 get down now! undecided
Lol.. i'm a specialist in jaw breaking, you better thank her for saving yours.
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by franugo(m): 12:09pm On Oct 23, 2014
adegwurulez:

Lol.. i'm a specialist in jaw breaking, you better thank her for saving yours.

u wish man....u shud count urself lucky, go ask uduaghan why e forehead be like dt cheesy
Re: The Ridiculous Display By New Graduates by franugo(m): 12:12pm On Oct 23, 2014
Lilimax:
Stop mentioning my name.
You comment and reply yourself? how good does it sound undecided?

comment n reply meself Am confused

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