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Favorite Nigerian Drink by earTHMama: 6:43pm On Dec 17, 2008
whats your favorite Nigerian drink?

burukutu? palmy? ogogoro? star? etc.
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by Ogaga4Luv(m): 1:24pm On Dec 18, 2008
haha!,hear i comes, everyone Thrust now.Ofcourse is GULDER

Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by geolabious(m): 1:32pm On Dec 18, 2008
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Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by earTHMama: 9:54pm On Dec 19, 2008
haha!,hear i comes, everyone Thrust now.Ofcourse is GULDER
You must be pregnant by now?.
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by Hauwa1: 2:44am On Dec 20, 2008
Stout/Guiness

they said it helps to increase a guy's Akamu for a longer shagging
lipsrsealed

Burukutu

Poor hausa man drink
lipsrsealed

ogogoro

poor  lipsrsealed man drink. good to wash mouth early morning

i love fresh ogoro. that's my favorite. i remember how we used to go crook ogoro that's being tapped lipsrsealed.
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by iice(f): 4:23pm On Dec 22, 2008
Kunu and Fura grin grin

Burukutu smells like lipsrsealed lipsrsealed
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by ifyalways(f): 12:12am On Dec 25, 2008
Fura di nunu,Zobo and fresh upwine cheesy
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by TOYOSI20(f): 4:42am On Dec 25, 2008
*Hauwa*:

Stout/Guiness

they said it helps to increase a guy's Akamu for a longer shagging
lipsrsealed

Burukutu

Poor hausa man drink
lipsrsealed

ogogoro

poor lipsrsealed man drink. good to wash mouth early morning

i love fresh ogoro. that's my favorite. i remember how we used to go crook ogoro that's being tapped lipsrsealed.

ROFL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

And it aint just a myth too, cheesy

I like Fura de nunu, infact i make it maself too, very nice, cool
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by Hauwa1: 4:10pm On Dec 26, 2008
really not a myth? Toyosi, please tell me more. if i have a man driking stout to increase his akamu, na run i go run.

i love fura too. but not nunu. i use peak milk instead.
i used to know how to make fura. not anymore. . .where can i even find gero anyway. oh well, smiley
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by TOYOSI20(f): 10:03pm On Dec 26, 2008
Te hehe, Hauwa, how are u dear, Happy Holidays to ya,  cheesy

Errmmmm, . . . . . . . . . so i heard oo, like seriously the experts tell me that its an aphrodisiac too,  embarassed grin grin
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by Hauwa1: 10:46pm On Dec 26, 2008
me i hear say naija man get natural aphrodisiac lipsrsealed now if he come drink stout na hell o grin

happy hols my sister grin
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by SeaGoddes(f): 9:36am On Dec 27, 2008
i like star with isi ewu grin
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by uzwu: 1:40pm On Dec 27, 2008
Kunu, Fura de nunu, palmy and zobo. I have not tasted burukutu- wondering what it will taste like
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by Hauwa1: 2:56pm On Dec 27, 2008
freshly made burukutu is soooooooo sweet. there is a name for it i forgot. when left to ferment is lipsrsealed lipsrsealed lipsrsealed so strong and taste lipsrsealed
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by Nobody: 3:49am On Jan 09, 2009
Palmwine.
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by Nwaka77: 4:51am On Jan 12, 2009
Palm wine, kunu and fura de nono
Re: Favorite Nigerian Drink by Shaz(f): 6:10pm On Jan 14, 2009
Palmwine . . that's one of the very few drinks I've had. .

Oh. . how can I forget Supermalt. .lol

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