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Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Nobody: 6:48am On May 13, 2016
Truth is I can survive pages of academic work but dont bring those novels close to me. sleep inducer!
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by jejemanito: 6:48am On May 13, 2016
Latty88:



Do you really have to say this?
Romantic novels do not stimulate the creative part of the human brain.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by cycline404(m): 6:48am On May 13, 2016
kateskitty:
I didn't even know Nigerian girls read. I thought I was the only one. Currently reading Inferno

Nigerian girls read. I saw a girl reading about 1,000+ pages. I told her it will take me 20years to complete that.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by chumakk: 6:51am On May 13, 2016
Women read novels more than men anywhere. Novelist write for women. They are their number one fan
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by leelong(m): 6:51am On May 13, 2016
jewlucy:
Yea they sure do. I SEE guys who read novels, especially romance novels as gay
Really? I read a lot o, but i'm not gay.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Seventeen(f): 7:09am On May 13, 2016
Of course.. The bashing of women by men never ends. Even a simple thread about 'READING NOVELS' has turned into women are this and women are that.. Na wa ooo
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by kateskitty(f): 7:09am On May 13, 2016
cycline404:


Nigerian girls read. I saw a girl reading about 1,000+ pages. I told her it will take me 20years to complete that.
I'm sure it's just a very few who are readers and read novels. Most times I see girls reading just their religious books and maybe a couple of motivational books but never novels.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Nobody: 7:13am On May 13, 2016
80% of Nigerian Gurls center their focus on Romance Novels... I guess it gives em some kind of Inner trips...
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by kateskitty(f): 7:14am On May 13, 2016
Seventeen:
Of course.. The bashing of women by men never ends. Even a simple thread about 'READING NOVELS' has turned into women are this and women are that.. Na wa ooo
This is not women bashing, it's a fact. I have a lot of girlfriends who don't read, and the few who try to read only do so out of bare necessity, not reading just for the fun of it.
I know this because I ones told a girlfriend of mine just the other day that the new Dan Brown's movie will be out soon and I just downloaded the book to read, and she asked me why, since the movie will soon be out. True Story.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Reddington(m): 7:18am On May 13, 2016
Ladies prefer Telemundo to anything in this world angry angry

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Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Nobody: 7:23am On May 13, 2016
edlion57:
Pls if u see any football novel. ..alert me
i love football novels like kilode
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Ginaz(f): 7:23am On May 13, 2016
Orikinla:
On Tuesday, I brought along three copies of novels by Bisi Daniels, Nigeria's leading adventure novelist as I left with the cast and crew of my "Sights and Sounds of Lagos" tourist documentary film for the final locations of the remaining scenes. All the babes rushed for the novels, but the guys did not even attempt to glance through the pages from morning to evening. And the ladies, Franca Aide, Celina Ideh and Cynthia Chima, were very happy when I told them to keep the books.

Over the years since my childhood, growing up in Nigeria, I have seen that Nigerian girls read more novels than Nigerian boys. You will also see more Nigerian women reading books than Nigerian men, especially among the Igbo's and Yorubas. But in contrast, more than 90% of Nigerian authors are men who are among the best writers in the world, including the first black Nobel Prize winner in Literature, the lionized Prof. Wole Soyinka and the first youngest winner of the Booker Prize, the iconic Ben Okri. That means Nigerian women prefer reading to writing.



O.p buy one for me na, I'm a novel addict. Love those novels you bought already. embarassed
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by kateskitty(f): 7:24am On May 13, 2016
chumakk:
Women read novels more than men anywhere. Novelist write for women. They are their number one fan
True, women read but most Nigerian women don't.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Nobody: 7:26am On May 13, 2016
just go to romance section, and see for urself, anything that is related to romance, romance books, romance section, they are number one
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Ifebazz(m): 7:35am On May 13, 2016
Orikinla:
On Tuesday, I brought along three copies of novels by Bisi Daniels, Nigeria's leading adventure novelist as I left with the cast and crew of my "Sights and Sounds of Lagos" tourist documentary film for the final locations of the remaining scenes. All the babes rushed for the novels, but the guys did not even attempt to glance through the pages from morning to evening. And the ladies, Franca Aide, Celina Ideh and Cynthia Chima, were very happy when I told them to keep the books.

Over the years since my childhood, growing up in Nigeria, I have seen that Nigerian girls read more novels than Nigerian boys. You will also see more Nigerian women reading books than Nigerian men, especially among the Igbo's and Yorubas. But in contrast, more than 90% of Nigerian authors are men who are among the best writers in the world, including the first black Nobel Prize winner in Literature, the lionized Prof. Wole Soyinka and the first youngest winner of the Booker Prize, the iconic Ben Okri. That means Nigerian women prefer reading to writing.


They only read more Mills and Boom than guys.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by jauntty: 7:37am On May 13, 2016
OrlandoOwoh:
Women read more of Hailey Chase novels, which, to me, are not intellectually challenging. I hate seeing those novels each time I patronize second hand book sellers.
Sir, Hailey Chase novels are some of the most intellectually challenging novels ever. I have read over 30+ of the novels.

The dude is crazy, the cover page usually portray semi nude girls but the contents are way different. He write mostly about crimes, investigations... You will get addicted fast when u read one

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Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by doveda: 7:46am On May 13, 2016
Your opinion!smiley
OrlandoOwoh:
Women read more of Hailey Chase novels, which, to me, are not intellectually challenging. I hate seeing those novels each time I patronize second hand book sellers.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by nduogu(m): 7:55am On May 13, 2016
there's no doubt about this assertion. Girls develop the hobby of reading Novels because they stay more at home compared to the boy's who'd rather spend their time outdoors playing football or other means of distraction.
This is a hobby that eventually sticks to them all through their adult life.

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Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by FuckTheM0ds(m): 7:57am On May 13, 2016
CaptainBomb:
Yes they do but they read it for fun because what they read does not reflect in their life. Even after reading they still act weird instead of them to use what they read to improve their intelligence quotient because i believe the reason why we read is for self development but its opposite when it comes to our nigerian babe
thank you my guy. And they also love reading romantic novels too. But their intelligent quotient is still low beyond comprehension. Naijababes are stvpid
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by FuckTheM0ds(m): 8:00am On May 13, 2016
jaytwnqueen:
Ok
smallie@ your profile pics. How old are you?
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by HaneefahRN(f): 8:03am On May 13, 2016
FuckTheM0ds:
thank you my guy. And they also love reading romantic novels too. But their intelligent quotient is still low beyond comprehension. Naijababes are stvpid


I just hate it when people generalize BS angry
Speak for your sisters.

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Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by hakim92(m): 8:05am On May 13, 2016
You asked the question and you already answered it yourself. So what else do you want.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by HaneefahRN(f): 8:09am On May 13, 2016
It depends on upbringing too, I have been reading real novels since I was about 7. My parents present us with books as gift, so I fell in love with reading novels early. But some people can't read novels to save their life. Even those in art class will start looking for someone to read and explain in detail for them.
Interests differ, some would rather watch films and other hobbies.

Guys do read novels too though. I can't say which gender does that more.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Nobody: 8:10am On May 13, 2016
Latty88:



Do you really have to say this?

Why are you disputing that fact? Some of you that read most become too wise in your own sight, and sometimes move from one guy to the other -- looking for the best until menopause strikes. There is a popular girl in nairaland here. She has read so much that she has almost become infallible with words usage. But she is now drifting toward feminism, and she doesn't know it. If a man catches her attention with evidences that best ideals are existent in his cerebration, she labels him a potential threat. Literature paves way for the mind to drift toward correcting social injustices, and shoring up eternal wisdom. But most of our women love literature because of the material gains that their subconscious tends to be programmed with, understanding of trending lifestyles, and not the immortal values of the spirit man. If a budding Nigerian writer like me ventures into a genre different from romance, the work may not see the light of the day.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by FuckTheM0ds(m): 8:13am On May 13, 2016
HaneefahRN:



I just hate it when people generalize BS angry
generalize bullsh*ts? Sorry i have come across thousands of girls/ladies/womens in my life (not intimate ) and i can conclude that they are all the same. Reta'rds.
:
Speak for your sisters.
old woman simply live an exemplary life for these young girls because your immoral and material lifestyle is the cause of their moral decadencies.
For you info my sisters are all married and live the perfect lives of virtuous women unlike you
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by HaneefahRN(f): 8:16am On May 13, 2016
FuckTheM0ds:
generalize bullsh*ts? Sorry i have come across thousands of girls/ladies/womens in my life (not intimate ) and i can conclude that they are all the same. Reta'rds.
old woman simply live an exemplary life for these young girls because your immoral and material lifestyle is the cause of their moral decadencies.
For you info my sisters are all married and live the perfect lives of virtuous women unlike you

So all the females around you are retards, so what does that make you?

Congratulations to them. You want to call every other person's sister and female relative retards while exonerating yours, such hypocrisy!

You don't know me, so don't say what is not.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by FuckTheM0ds(m): 8:18am On May 13, 2016
jewlucy:
Yea they sure do. I SEE guys who read novels, especially romance novels as gay
your mentality needs extra and serious attention. What is wrong with you is not not normal
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by kinzation(m): 8:19am On May 13, 2016
I see nothing except for those charming eyes..in the second pics...lovely girl
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by kingkoboko: 8:19am On May 13, 2016
edlion57:
Pls if u see any football novel. ..alert me


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Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by FuckTheM0ds(m): 8:22am On May 13, 2016
Stealthideals24:


Why are you disputing that fact? Some of you that read most become too wise in your own sight, and sometimes move from one guy to the other -- looking for the best until menopause strikes. There is a popular girl in nairaland here. She has read so much that she has almost become infallible with words usage. But she is now drifting toward feminism, and she doesn't know it. If a man catches her attention with evidences that best ideals are existent in his cerebration, she labels him a potential threat.
lmao hahahahaha this is the gospel truth and girls will surely and certainly impugn this your infallible assertion
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by Nobody: 8:29am On May 13, 2016
femi4:
fixed!
You're a true Chelsea fan. #Bully
To think you're an advocate of "To whom brain is given, sense is expected." which you're not even practising is sad.
Re: Nigerian Babes Read More Novels Than Nigerian Guys by whitebeard(m): 8:52am On May 13, 2016
forget the books let's talk about the ladies grin

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