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|Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by Apeshy101(m): 9:44am On Nov 20, 2019|
I woke up this morning to a very disheartening video of student, her mother in visible altercation with the school security men of Queen's College, Lagos.
The drama started when a security man turned away this female student for appearing in make-up and eyelashes.
The female student's mother got involved and this led to some kind of altercation with the security man. Both mother and daughter were sent away with threats that the girl will no longer be allowed back in the school.
Is it proper for a secondary school female student in school like this?
Does it have any implication on moral standards?
Was the secxurity man right in sending her away?
Was the mother right in getting involved in the matter insisting that her daughter not be sent back home?
Should the management of Queen's College rescind its decision to expel the female student?
Does the matter have anything to do with people's rigthts and freedom of choices?
As it stands now, what lessons can we learn from the this incident?
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by Racoon(m): 9:46am On Nov 20, 2019|
Abeg what business does this irresponsible young girl has with fixing eyelashes/nails or painting etc @ this age instead of facing her education? See her mouth to confirm who she may be if you read me.
Queen's Schools have rules/regulations for goodness sake.Instead of going to violate them, why not find a school where your whorish behaviours will be accepted.Meanwhile is the girl appearing like that to seduce her male teachers? This is because QC is a girl-school.
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by PapaBaby: 9:48am On Nov 20, 2019|
Any security that have the guts to treat my daughter the way he did with this girl would be staring at death.
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by donjon: 9:50am On Nov 20, 2019|
So 2019 mothers are now teaching their daughter's to hoe too?
That child is capable of seducing morally inept men.
I support the expulsion,
May my kids have decent classmates with God fearing mother's, AMEN!
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by Racoon(m): 9:53am On Nov 20, 2019|
donjon:Irresponsible and morally depraved parents I teĺl you bro.There is no difference between such mothers and their daughters in our today world.
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|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by Righteousness89(m): 9:56am On Nov 20, 2019|
Irresponsible Mother/ Daughter...
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by johnkey: 10:02am On Nov 20, 2019|
Can someone get me her number, imagine my phallus enclosed in those soft lips
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by donjon: 10:49am On Nov 20, 2019|
Typical example of the morally bankrupt men I was talking about!
& to think you share the same name with me?
That girl no go pass 13years old o
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by johnkey: 10:55am On Nov 20, 2019|
donjon:My latest side chick is an ss2 girl I'm currently shagging, big boobs big ass good pvssy, as long as her pepper don rest, I'll drown in her ocean. I detest older ladies so don't blame me if I enjoy them younger, I deflowered my current main chick when she was 16 and we're still strong together for many years to come. You only live once oga.
MY NAME IS NOT JOHN!
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by walex2(m): 12:06pm On Nov 20, 2019|
PapaBaby:ranting of a faceless somebody
|Re: Queen's College Drama: Between Morality And Legality by donjon: 12:51pm On Nov 20, 2019|
Haaa! I'm sure many father's are looking for ur head right now.
Its OK, continue taking advantage of impressionable adolescents who might never have reason you if they were older
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