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Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Dedetwo(m): 6:28pm On Jul 12
Freksy:


It’s very unnecessary and a start of war with a fellow African. Therein lies one of our problems.

Where is the so-called ‘constructive stream of thoughts’ when a submission is prefaced with such abusive remark?

Mr. grammatical expert, it is a pleasant moment to realize you do not a grip on the structure of grammar.
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Dedetwo(m): 6:33pm On Jul 12
Freksy:


Parts of what is ‘amiss about Africans’ are those who see African problems as ‘irredeemable’.

How can a person fathoms the means to redeem Africa's problems when most Africans have concluded the success in an ordinary football can only be achieved through physicality?
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Freksy(m): 9:05pm On Jul 12
Dedetwo:


Mr. grammatical expert, it is a pleasant moment to realize you do not a grip on the structure of grammar.

I made no claim of being an expert in the use of English. You said someone academic is embarrassment but are blind to your deficiencies, as it’s evident in the highlighted expression.
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Freksy(m): 9:25pm On Jul 12
Dedetwo:


How can a person fathoms the means to redeem Africa's problems when most Africans have concluded the success in an ordinary football can only be achieved through physicality?

“...most Africans have concluded...”

Who conducted the survey that revealed the above assertion?

Wild exaggeration!
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Dedetwo(m): 9:39pm On Jul 12
Freksy:


I made no claim of being an expert in the use of English. You said someone academic is embarrassment but are blind to your deficiencies, as it’s evident in the highlighted expression.


I guess you could be forgiven for the lapse in comprehension. I never wrote that someone's academic is an embarrassment. The statement of academic embarrassment had nothing to do with possessive form. It was all about the football argument which tends to be academic in nature. If you cannot comprehend properly, I pray you buzz off my posts.
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Dedetwo(m): 9:42pm On Jul 12
Freksy:


“...most Africans have concluded...”

[b]Who conducted the survey [/b]that revealed the above assertion?

Wild exaggeration!

I can bet my last cent you will not comprehend those who conducted the survey if provided.
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Freksy(m): 10:11pm On Jul 12
Dedetwo:



I guess you could be forgiven for the lapse in comprehension. I never wrote that someone's academic is an embarrassment. The statement of academic embarrassment had nothing to do with possessive form. It was all about the football argument which tends to be academic in nature. If you cannot comprehend properly, I pray you buzz off my posts.

You lie. You wrote it. Nevertheless, whatever you had in mind, your remark was grossly contemptuous. I doubt, with mountains of pride i have seen in you, you’ll take it without feeling insulted.
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Freksy(m): 10:15pm On Jul 12
Dedetwo:


I can bet my last cent you will not comprehend those who conducted the survey if provided.

It’s non-existent.

You are rather the one that lack comprehension. Do you know what is ”MOST Africans”?

Like I said, it’s wild exaggeration.
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by mtconcept(m): 4:21am On Jul 13
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Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by biglizzy: 4:47am On Jul 13
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Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Dedetwo(m): 12:49pm On Jul 13
Freksy:


You lie. You wrote it. Nevertheless, whatever you had in mind, your remark was[b] grossly contemptuous[/b]. I doubt, with mountains of pride i have seen in you, you’ll take it without feeling insulted.


It is not a crime to be contemptuous. I guess it is rude to allege that someone's grammar is incorrect when the bearer of such allegation cannot proffer the correct form of the grammatical phrase. Please do not wallow in your world of silly imagination. You have wrongly alleged to I denigrated poster acquired laurels in academics and now you have dabbled into a personal pride. I have no pride to exhibit and certainly to in a forum such as Nairaland. I navigate to Nairaland from fellow participants. However, I cannot stand a person who informed that physicality is a form of African football.
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by OkpaNsukkaisBae(m): 3:14pm On Jul 13
XhosaNostra:
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Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by OkpaNsukkaisBae(m): 3:22pm On Jul 13
shadrach77:
We missed Mikel Obi's experience tonight. He should play in the next match


Are you alright?

We just need him to lift the trophy
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by shadrach77: 3:41pm On Jul 13
OkpaNsukkaisBae:



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Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by Dedetwo(m): 7:56pm On Jul 13
Freksy:


It’s non-existent.

You are rather the one that lack comprehension. Do you know what is ”MOST Africans”?

Like I said, it’s wild exaggeration.

I guess is an adverbial clause which is also a superlative of more. In fact, I do not know if my knowledge of word, most, can satisfy your infantile imagination.
Re: Nigeria Vs South Africa: AFCON Quarter Final (2 - 1) Full Time by XhosaNostra(f): 6:04pm On Jul 14
tylann:


Where have you been xhosanostra, mtisthequbit has been masturbating on you pic since you left smiley


I took a break. How are you?
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