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Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 5:04pm On Nov 25, 2014
SirShymex:


Didn't I tell you not to tell me what to do, scandalous sket?

This is ya post history: https://www.nairaland.com/fellis . Dig up all ya posts to me in the foreign/culture section from 2013...and you'll see how you always quote me first on every thread, with ya junk. And where you alluded to being Muslim Edo on more than one occasion to me. Now get busy.

And stop quoting me. Or are you still horn.y for the django? grin
Go and dig up the post where I told you I am Muslim and Edo. You claimed such a post exists and you can dig it up so please do that.

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Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 5:21pm On Nov 25, 2014
fellis:
Go and dig up the post where I told you I am Muslim and Edo. You claimed such a post exists and you can dig it up so please do that.

Sod off...and take ya horn.y pum with you.

Will be back soon.

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Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by crackhaus: 5:24pm On Nov 25, 2014
Seriously though? undecided

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Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by ifyalways(f): 6:47pm On Nov 25, 2014
KanwuliaJara:


Yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssh? cheesy
Your ogbonge Afemai pooshie thread don cause fourth and fifth world wars. cheesy
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by tpia5: 6:51pm On Nov 25, 2014
You arrived late to the party, people are on other things now.
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 7:36pm On Nov 25, 2014
ifyalways:

Your ogbonge Afemai pooshie thread don cause fourth and fifth world wars. cheesy

cheesy grin cheesy grin cheesy grin

AN OLD ONE TOO! cry
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 10:38pm On Nov 27, 2014
kandiikane:
Lol, there are huge differences between someone that does not conform to the norm, a "deviant" and someone who has a few screws loose. Your pic speaks a lot of volumes since Google didn't come up with any other searches, I am certain that is you. I won't be surprised if you see things or have conversations and disagreements with "people" in your head about who should "show" each day. You can always go for a medical check up and know for sure because so many Africans are crazy and don't know they are.
You have a lovely kissable forehead. Now GTFO my sight you bimbo! *Sorry, the outburst is there as insurance in case you choose to ignore my sincere complement, so it's a win-win situation for me. Losing isn't an option.*
- Ricky
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 3:43pm On Nov 28, 2014
Una don hia the 'latest'? wink

HOI HOI HOI KWA NU!!!! grin
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 3:46pm On Nov 28, 2014
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by SAMBARRY: 3:47pm On Nov 28, 2014
KanwuliaJara:
Una don hia the 'latest'? wink

HOI HOI HOI KWA NU!!!! grin
k baby grin




are you the one wearing a purple leggings with a kid standing in front of you watching you? grin





I hope that's not your kid there in school uniform watching her mama taking pictures of her ass? grin

Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 4:07pm On Nov 28, 2014
SAMBARRY:
k baby grin




are you the one wearing a purple leggings with a kid standing in front of you watching you? grin





I hope that's not your kid there in school uniform watching her mama taking pictures of her ass? grin



Oh jes! All my darling, poor daughter knew is that MOMMY IS EXERCISING TO STAY IN SHAPE! grin
She had no idea. . . what was going on 'behind the scenes'. . . . Poor thing! cheesy
My husband was the photographer! wink


ALL MINEZZZZZZZZZ BABY! cool
Having a home cooked breakfast. . . .EBOLA FREEEEEEE.

Come ssssssssssssssssssssshop! cheesy
I don shyte all the 'YURKEY TURKEY' wey I chop for party last night!
Plenty room for EBA and OKRO soup today AT WORK! cool

Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 4:09pm On Nov 28, 2014
ROTFLMAO

Kanwuliajara....na wetin your thread turn to be this? How can this kain war be going on here and I no know angry I don miss...let me start from page 3 grin
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 4:11pm On Nov 28, 2014
jennykadry:
ROTFLMAO

Kanwuliajara....na wetin your thread turn to be this? How can this kain war be going on here and I no know angry I don miss...let me start from page 3 grin

Where ONE OR TWO 'kray krays" are gathered. . . . You will not be disappointed for sure! grin
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Ishilove: 4:31pm On Nov 28, 2014
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 4:42pm On Nov 28, 2014
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 5:29pm On Nov 28, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4sv33YLWBY


Ko gbe ni wa
Back to the 'matttt'
Open and close
Touch your toes

BABY OYA YOJU!!!!

Ke re wa
Sha le wa

Mo ni ko gbe ni wa!!! cool

Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by 2CatWoman: 6:51pm On Nov 28, 2014
SirShymex:
2CatWoman,

You said you're from Iseyin, no?

Apparently, from the Ijebu history I read, Iseyin was founded by someone from Ijebu Ode. And the folks there Ijebus in Oyo - just as Ijebus are also intertwined with those from Ibadan today (I think about a quarter of those from Ibadan are Ijebu, including their current king). How true is this?

I'm just trying to seek knowledge.

Was going to reply earlier but got banned for some reason. After the fall of Oyo, Ibadan developed into 5 different 'quarters' the Ijebus were just one quarter and were merchants from further south. Don't know who founded Iseyin but I know that people fled in different directions mainly depending on their hierarchy and occupation. Also the refugees fled to upland areas, that part of Oyo state is quite hilly
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 7:22pm On Nov 28, 2014
kandiikane:

I tried it, it's ok but a little oily. Very oily in fact when I used it and styled my hair in a bun.

pls can normal castor oil also be used for hair edges revival,,,,,, couldnt find the jamican one at all,,,,,
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 7:24pm On Nov 28, 2014

pls can normal castor oil also be used for hair edges revival,,,,,, couldnt find the jamican one at all,,,,,
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by kandiikane(m): 7:36pm On Nov 28, 2014
Sircomeference:


pls can normal castor oil also be used for hair edges revival,,,,,, couldnt find the jamican one at all,,,,,
yes I felt it did help my hair when it started falling out.
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 7:38pm On Nov 28, 2014
kandiikane:

yes I felt it did help my hair when it started falling out.


ok but ppllllsss how should i use it?? cuz i heard too much of it has effect
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 7:39pm On Nov 28, 2014
[size=20pt]CASTOR OIL IS GOOD FOR AVOIDING 'WHITE PUBIC STRANDS OF HAIR'. . . .says MODERATOR OF GERIATRIC FASHION TRENDS![/size]

Ha!

Which one are you?

Ekiti EGYPTIAN-sugar-MAMA in disguise? wink

The return of the NL 'HOKORO-HUNGBATIC KRAY-KRAYS"!

Protesting 'derailment' since 1420! tongue



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hkmu9d3mwGM
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by kandiikane(m): 7:48pm On Nov 28, 2014
Sircomeference:



ok but ppllllsss how should i use it?? cuz i heard too much of it has effect
just use it like how you use normal oil. Are you a guy? If you are, just pour some in your hands after you wash hair and rub it all over if you have short hair. If you are a woman, I use to mix it with my deep conditioner(egg,honey,yogurt, coconut oil, olive oil,castor oil) and then once I wash my hair, I part it into sections and rub it on my scalp, just rub it all over especially around my hairline.
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 7:59pm On Nov 28, 2014
Does CASTOR OIL CURE THIS TOO? tongue

*asssssssssshawo fashion moderator on patrol. . . you wan 'flag' post to ya sugar-son'?* wink

Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 8:32pm On Nov 28, 2014
kandiikane:

just use it like how you use normal oil. Are you a guy? If you are, just pour some in your hands after you wash hair and rub it all over if you have short hair. If you are a woman, I use to mix it with my deep conditioner(egg,honey,yogurt, coconut oil, olive oil,castor oil) and then once I wash my hair, I part it into sections and rub it on my scalp, just rub it all over especially around my hairline.

OK tnx..... Pls can I put it during d day before going to work?
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by DeeMain(m): 9:50pm On Nov 28, 2014
Hi Kanwulia/KanwuliaJara,

I'm so page-25 late but because you asked for our opinion about you, I will oblige you.

I may be wrong, but you may be in the manic arm of bipolar/ manic-depressive disorder. You are smart, you are intelligent, you are daring, you are humorous but something is missing - you have no boundaries and you respect none, sometimes at great risk to yourself.

Here are some info you can read up, perhaps it may help:

Bipolar disorder is also called ‘manic depression’. Manic-depression: Alternating moods of abnormal highs (mania) and lows (depression). Called bipolar disorder because of the swings between these opposing poles in mood. A type of depressive disease. Sometimes the mood switches are dramatic and rapid, but most often they are gradual. Bipolar disorder is often a chronic recurring condition.

What types are there?

Bipolar I

Some people with Bipolar I will have only manic episodes, although most will also have periods of depression.

Bipolar II: milder than bipolar I

Mania

Mania is an extreme sense of well-being, energy and optimism. It can be so intense that it affects your thinking and judgement. You may believe strange things about yourself, make bad decisions, and behave in embarrassing, harmful and - occasionally - dangerous ways.

Like depression, it can make it difficult or impossible to deal with life in an effective way. A period of mania can affect both relationships and work. When it isn't so extreme, it is called 'hypomania'.

If you become manic, you may notice that you are:

very happy and excited
irritated with other people who don't share your optimistic outlook
feeling more important than usual. 
full of new and exciting ideas
moving quickly from one idea to another
hearing voices that other people can't hear.
full of energy
unable or unwilling to sleep
more interested in sex.  
making plans that are grandiose and unrealistic
very active, moving around very quickly
behaving unusually
talking very quickly - other people may find it hard to understand what you are talking about
making odd decisions on the spur of the moment, sometimes with disastrous consequences
recklessly spending your money
over-familiar or recklessly critical with other people
less inhibited in general.
Euphoria
Inflated self-esteem
Poor judgment
Rapid speech
Racing thoughts
Aggressive behavior
Agitation or irritation
Increased physical activity
Risky behavior
Spending sprees or unwise financial choices
Increased drive to perform or achieve goals
Increased sex drive
Decreased need for sleep
Easily distracted
Careless or dangerous use of drugs or alcohol
Frequent absences from work or school
Delusions or a break from reality (psychosis)
Poor performance at work or school


If you are in the middle of a manic episode for the first time, you may not realise that there is anything wrong – although your friends, family or colleagues will. You may even feel offended if someone tries to point this out to you. You increasingly lose touch with day-to-day issues – and with other people's feelings. 


In a manic episode - these will tend to be grandiose beliefs about yourself - that you are on an important mission or that you have special powers and abilities.

Other symptoms:
Depressive:

Low or 'depressive' feelings of intense depression and despair

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Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 9:57pm On Nov 28, 2014
DeeMain:
Hi Kanwulia/KanwuliaJara,

I'm so page-25 late but because you asked for our opinion about you, I will oblige you.

I may be wrong, but you may be in the manic arm of bipolar/ manic-depressive disorder. You are smart, you are intelligent, you are daring, you are humorous but something is missing - you have no boundaries and you respect none, sometimes at great risk to yourself.

Here are some info you can read up, perhaps it may help:

Bipolar disorder is also called ‘manic depression’. Manic-depression: Alternating moods of abnormal highs (mania) and lows (depression). Called bipolar disorder because of the swings between these opposing poles in mood. A type of depressive disease. Sometimes the mood switches are dramatic and rapid, but most often they are gradual. Bipolar disorder is often a chronic recurring condition.

What types are there?

Bipolar I

Some people with Bipolar I will have only manic episodes, although most will also have periods of depression.

Bipolar II: milder than bipolar I

Mania

Mania is an extreme sense of well-being, energy and optimism. It can be so intense that it affects your thinking and judgement. You may believe strange things about yourself, make bad decisions, and behave in embarrassing, harmful and - occasionally - dangerous ways.

Like depression, it can make it difficult or impossible to deal with life in an effective way. A period of mania can affect both relationships and work. When it isn't so extreme, it is called 'hypomania'.

If you become manic, you may notice that you are:

very happy and excited
irritated with other people who don't share your optimistic outlook
feeling more important than usual. 
full of new and exciting ideas
moving quickly from one idea to another
hearing voices that other people can't hear.
full of energy
unable or unwilling to sleep
more interested in sex.  
making plans that are grandiose and unrealistic
very active, moving around very quickly
behaving unusually
talking very quickly - other people may find it hard to understand what you are talking about
making odd decisions on the spur of the moment, sometimes with disastrous consequences
recklessly spending your money
over-familiar or recklessly critical with other people
less inhibited in general.
Euphoria
Inflated self-esteem
Poor judgment
Rapid speech
Racing thoughts
Aggressive behavior
Agitation or irritation
Increased physical activity
Risky behavior
Spending sprees or unwise financial choices
Increased drive to perform or achieve goals
Increased sex drive
Decreased need for sleep
Easily distracted
Careless or dangerous use of drugs or alcohol
Frequent absences from work or school
Delusions or a break from reality (psychosis)
Poor performance at work or school


If you are in the middle of a manic episode for the first time, you may not realise that there is anything wrong – although your friends, family or colleagues will. You may even feel offended if someone tries to point this out to you. You increasingly lose touch with day-to-day issues – and with other people's feelings. 


In a manic episode - these will tend to be grandiose beliefs about yourself - that you are on an important mission or that you have special powers and abilities.

Other symptoms:
Depressive:

Low or 'depressive' feelings of intense depression and despair



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=barWV7RWkq0



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ChdpflTAvok#t=12
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by kandiikane(m): 9:58pm On Nov 28, 2014
Sircomeference:


OK tnx..... Pls can I put it during d day before going to work?
yes
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 10:02pm On Nov 28, 2014

Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by KanwuliaJara: 10:11pm On Nov 28, 2014
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by Nobody: 11:02pm On Nov 28, 2014
2CatWoman:


Was going to reply earlier but got banned for some reason. After the fall of Oyo, Ibadan developed into 5 different 'quarters' the Ijebus were just one quarter and were merchants from further south. Don't know who founded Iseyin but I know that people fled in different directions mainly depending on their hierarchy and occupation. Also the refugees fled to upland areas, that part of Oyo state is quite hilly

Nice. I think I've got a link to the journal where I read it, somewhere in my archives (can't find my USB right now). However, it detailed all the Ijebu and Remo towns, those who founded them, the name of their kings, and how they're rated. I don't know how true it's cos Yoruba history can be a tad bit opaque at times.

Anyway, I found two links on the internet (one is an Ijebu one and the other is an Iseyin community one). I'll post excerpts from both:

1)
Iseyin (Oyo)
Adaba, another female child of Awujale Oba Jadiara, went on a long journey out of town with her husband, Ebedi. Adaba was known to be heavily involved in cracking kernels (eyin) a lot. She used to crack kernels for long periods without rest (both day and night) to the extent that she was nicknamed “Aseyin,” which became Iseyin till today. This was how the people of Iseyin in Oyo was given the following poetic praise (oriki): “Omo Adaba ku osun sese da apa si; Omo Erelu Ijebu; Omo Ebedi-Moko.”

http://www.ijebuassociation.org/DiscoverIjebuland/Ourorigin2/tabid/3121/ctl/Details/mid/5742/itemid/188/Default.aspx?SkinSrc=%5BL%5DSkins%2FIjebuSkin%2Findex

2)
The people like all Yoruba have their ancestral home as Ile Ife although history has it that an Ijebu man called Prince Ogbolu from the present day Odogbolu in Ogun State founded the town. The settlement was initially very small and the main concern was how to secure the township. Ogbolu found the hills surrounding the town as adequate enough to provide security and was much in love with the vegetation, which he considered to be ideal for hunting. Although Ogbolu met some indigenous inhabitants in the town particularly the members of Adesanro or Adesomo families but he was able to win their respect and admiration of the people given his royal qualities and good conduct. At a point, the prevalent circumstances of the time demanded he sent Ebedi to Dahomey to obtain protective charms to defend his people against external marauders but before he could come back Ogbolu became the King and ruled the town for several years before he died.

http://okeoguncommunity.com/index.php/2014-02-10-04-24-57/iseyin-local-government
Re: Dear Nairaland Family. . . . .how Do You Define A 'KRAY-KRAY'? by shooze: 11:26pm On Nov 28, 2014
Nairaland and double standards. If the vjayjay had been posted by someone else I can imagine the insults that would have been showered on the person regardless of it it was used as her display picture

DeeMain has said it all. The same way ladygaga is often called crazy and free spirited when she is clearly bipolar but at least in her case she knows she has issues and is dealing with it

Anyone who uses a picture of her vjay as a profile picture clearly has several screws missing and needs to get their head examined

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