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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Egein(m): 12:16pm On Oct 31, 2017
Nigeria, as a whole, is a primordial artifact.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Daddyboy101(m): 12:19pm On Oct 31, 2017
Hmmm Mr Town Crier Oya keep crying
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by talk2percy(m): 12:20pm On Oct 31, 2017
Someone pls tell me how I ended up in this part of the world, cuz I am no longer understanding....
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by odutolasodiq(m): 12:21pm On Oct 31, 2017
it is not a surprise; a minister in nigeria once said "by 2019 nigeria will start producing its own match stick and pencils, that there wont be need for importing them". so backward nation. may God Help Us
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nymeria247(m): 12:40pm On Oct 31, 2017
Benita27:
Well, I thought it's a cooker. My bad then. grin But it's obsolete too.

Yes it's definitely very obsolete. Cheers!
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by AfonjaConehead: 12:41pm On Oct 31, 2017
Cattle rearers are taking the nation back to medieval times under the thrust of the so called highly sophisticated yorubas.


Now listen up,everybody,baba thunda nla nla faya all coneHeads for joining mallams in transforming the country into a highly sophisticated kwantirigrin grin
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by connkg(m): 12:42pm On Oct 31, 2017
Benita27:
All he snapped are actually obsolete. From the charcoal Iron, black n white Television, the cooker to sewing machine.

Aside the charcoal Iron and black n white television, the cooker and sewing machine have been rebranded.

That's not a cooker. That's an expensive phonograph! It's a GRUNDIG, like today's BOSE
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by ReneeNuttall(f): 12:46pm On Oct 31, 2017
That charcoal iron,presses clothes even better than some modern pressing irons.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by akigbemaru: 12:48pm On Oct 31, 2017
dainformant:
A Nigerian man identified as Nasir has revealed his surprise after seeing some items being used by Nigerians commonly in a Turkish Museum. According to him, the authorities put the items in the Turkish museum because they are old and no longer in use....

Source; https://www.nationalhelm.co/2017/10/nigerian-man-surprised-finding-items-turkish-museum-photos.html
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by drakeli: 12:50pm On Oct 31, 2017
Benita27:
All he snapped are actually obsolete. From the charcoal Iron, black n white Television, the cooker to sewing machine.

Aside the charcoal Iron and black n white television, the cooker and sewing machine have been rebranded.
Did I hear you call celluloid tap recorder cooker?
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by ireneidiva(f): 12:53pm On Oct 31, 2017
PETUK:
I almost mistook it for someone's house, because it's a regular house utensils for 9ja
Utensils? smh
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Psoul(m): 1:12pm On Oct 31, 2017
[quote author=Benita27 post=61936479]All he snapped are actually obsolete. From the charcoal Iron, black n white Television, the cooker to sewing machine.

Aside the charcoal Iron and black n white television, the cooker and sewing machine have been rebranded.[/quot

There is no cooker there. What u are calling cooker is what is referred as Turn Table those days. It is a music player that uses a plate as wide rim cover for small cars.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by dukeo(m): 1:24pm On Oct 31, 2017
Evablizin:
grin


Omoh see charcoal iron weh dem design with white paint,i don forget the colour of ma own,wetin be that colour self? grin grin grin

Prolly black, male chicken as the opener and red handle. Correct? cheesy

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Evablizin(f): 1:29pm On Oct 31, 2017
dukeo:


Prolly black, male chicken as the opener and red handle. Correct? cheesy
Very correct grin
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Gofwane(m): 1:33pm On Oct 31, 2017
EWAagoyin:
abeg where you see cooker
grin grin grin maybe she was struggling for ftc that's why she no look well
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by indomielomo: 1:39pm On Oct 31, 2017
DOUBLEWAHALA:
most of these our leaders should be kept in museum or in the zoo

Nigeria is the only con3 that recycle dumb sh!t
most of our tailors here in naija uses this



uk dude am so sure you no dey 9ja, orelse if i catch you for nigeria haha........smile u go smell my buhari ass




the only tin I will do for Nigerians is to cry for them
uk
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by maisauki: 1:55pm On Oct 31, 2017
black and white tv, in those days our house used to be a 'viewin center' whenever 9ja get match
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Ctrlsolutn: 2:17pm On Oct 31, 2017
1shortblackboy:
charcoal iron lwkmd. a tailor in Naija who does not have a charcoal iron is that one a tailor?

JEZZ,
Plz don't kill pple wit laughter.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Axis313(m): 3:56pm On Oct 31, 2017
AishaBuhari:
We're still in the 19th century cheesy
No way!Nigeria is an advanced country in 16th century.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by BumbleBee2ice(f): 4:09pm On Oct 31, 2017
thedondada:
These things that are still in many homes in Nigeria.

Charcoal iron and that sewing machine are normal resources of the Nigerian tailor. Even those who are fashion designers have them in the backroom out of sight.

That tv is still in many peoples homes.

If you still use that tape player in this time chai. The change should begin with you.

Museum of all places. We are a 5th world country.
Which sewing machine is kept out of sight?
Any tailor that doesn't have that machine in full glare isn't to be trusted.

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by BumbleBee2ice(f): 5:09pm On Oct 31, 2017
That machine and coal iron is a life saver I tell u grin
Some weeks ago wen I was to make a dress 4 a client, unfortunately our light had fault and we were believing it will soon be rectified bt it wasn't to be so nd I was running out of time that I had to rush to a neighbor's room (something I rarely do) to use her own 'old skool' machine (lol).
I went on d to another elderly tailor on d street to borrow coal iron that I used for the stoning bt that iron show me no be small...

That was how those old skool tools came to my rescue ooo, if not for them wetin I 4 do
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by vengertime: 5:11pm On Oct 31, 2017
Learnstuffs:
Which means Nigeria is still a museum grin
no, a zoo
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 5:13pm On Oct 31, 2017
Finally! They have found the right place to keep the brain of a certain African president. I no call anybody name oo
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Nobody: 5:52pm On Oct 31, 2017
Singer, Thomas, Butterfly,...
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by valentineuwakwe(m): 6:30pm On Oct 31, 2017
pls don't be shock, it should tell us what we were before and how we have grown on earth here. .
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Olatara(f): 6:49pm On Oct 31, 2017
EWAagoyin:
abeg where you see cooker
Help me ask am. Lols
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by Coolgent: 8:07pm On Oct 31, 2017
Benita27:
All he snapped are actually obsolete. From the charcoal Iron, black n white Television, the cooker to sewing machine.

Aside the charcoal Iron and black n white television, the cooker and sewing machine have been rebranded.
Look very well dear, its not cooker its call gramophone.
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by ToyeBrainz(m): 11:46pm On Oct 31, 2017
Are u a final year computer science students?

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Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by thedondada(m): 1:11am On Nov 01, 2017
BumbleBee2ice:

Which sewing machine is kept out of sight?
Any tailor that doesn't have that machine in full glare isn't to be trusted.

Lol
Re: Nigerian Man Visited A Museum In Turkey, Saw Charcoal Iron, Black & White TV by BumbleBee2ice(f): 1:55pm On Nov 01, 2017
thedondada:


Lol
True nah, that machine is what I prefer to call 'Plan B' grin
Incase of incasity grin

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