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|Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 12:08am On Nov 22, 2010|
Whats cooking on the 25th for those that are celebrating?
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 12:43am On Nov 22, 2010|
Thanksgiving for what?
A Nigerian celebrating Thanksgiving? Wonders shall never cease
I think you should direct your question to your parent, because it seems you are confused, and in need of a serious REALITY check.
Thanksgiving ko, C*unt taking ni. Olodo rabata. Afunu. Alinirori ara Galatia. Anuofia
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 12:46am On Nov 22, 2010|
Look at this fool.
Most people in America, whether foreigners or not, celebrate thanksgiving. Its a wonderful tradition.
If you are not celebrating Thanksgiving, why are you even responding to this thread?
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 1:00am On Nov 22, 2010|
SeanT21:You call me a fool for talking sense into your coconut head.
So who's the real FOOL!
I have never met a right thinking foreigner who celebrates Thanksgiving! It is an American tradition, marked by Americans, for Americans.
Go meet yout STUPID AMERICAN FRIENDS and celebrate YOUR STUPID AMERICAN TRADITION. You stupid c*unt.
For calling me a fool, may your parents bury you before Thanksgiving. Mi o ni jere e. Olosji
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 1:23am On Nov 22, 2010|
Please stop broadcasting your lack of knowledge on the topic. Do you even live in America?
Anyway, let me enlighten you again. Thanksgiving is an American tradition but it’s not only for Americans. I live in America and I can tell you that Thanksgiving is celebrated by almost everyone, including foreigners. Thanksgiving is a national holiday. People stay home, cook, eat and give thanks. Thanksgiving is also celebrated in Canada, not only America.
Please, do not come in here broadcasting your ignorance to the world. Go and learn more about Thanksgiving before typing rubbish. Don’t embarrass the Nigerian education system like this you foolish kid.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 1:30am On Nov 22, 2010|
^^ Give thanks for what, Mrs. " I live in America?"
BTW, Thanksgiving is not celebrated in Canada, at least not the kind of Thanksgiving that is celebrated in America.
Also, Thanksgiving is not celebrated by all Americans.
And Yes, I work in the White house!
You can diss me all you want, it still has not changed the fact that you are just following the crowd mindlessly!
Think for a second, Pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeease
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by Nobody: 1:36am On Nov 22, 2010|
lol i dont understand why Seant21 needs to tell us at the slightest opportunity that she lives in America. We know everything about you. You just took the citizenship oath less than a yr ago and yet you're trying too hard to act more american than those born there.
Who cares what anyone eats on thanksgiving? I'm not eating anything - i'd be on the road for the most part. Time to go see the world and enjoy a few days away from the chaos that is life.
lol yeah we know "most americans" celebrate thanksgiving, many of us knew that before you were born. Find something else to do.
Too many people struggling to force themselves into American tradition . . . tomorrow they'll be back to ask us what to do about their lack of affinity to anything African. I bet if it was an African tradition most of you would shy away from it and pretend you never heard of it.
Care to enlighten us on anything Liberians celebrate?
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by gestapo(f): 1:43am On Nov 22, 2010|
Dammit guys, she is a lady, take a chill pill or berra still ram it up where the sun don't shine, haba,kilode
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 1:48am On Nov 22, 2010|
Thank you my bro. As if she is the first person to get US pali, ki lan fi elewon se lalagbon, shior kelebe iso! Thanksgiving ko, C*unt sharing ni.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 1:59am On Nov 22, 2010|
LMAO. Where do I brag about living in America? What citizenship oath?? I did not even take my test yet you are talking about taking oath.
Please, celebrating Thanksgiving is not about trying to be American. I celebrate it because it’s about getting together with family, eating and giving thanks for all your blessings. There are other American holidays that I do not celebrate like Halloween.
About Liberian traditions? Christmas is always a favorite.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by Nobody: 2:01am On Nov 22, 2010|
With regards to celebrating thanksgiving because its about getting together with family? Spare the nonsense . . . dont africans do that as well?
Ask us what we eat for christmas then we'll be charitable to you.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 2:07am On Nov 22, 2010|
^^ It is funny how she hates herself so much that she'd do anything to act American, whatever that is.
I understand that she is still not over her US citizenship.
Eventually she'd realize that it does not change a thingy. She is still Black and the people she is trying to impress do not give a shyyt about her. I hope she does not commit suicide then.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 2:10am On Nov 22, 2010|
Dude, stop being ignorant. What crowd am I following?? Thanksgiving is a great holiday with a very positive message that people celebrate. Your ignorance is making me laugh. Take your own advice and use your brain. If you are not celebrating Thanksgiving, leave the thread. No one is forcing you to come here and spill your idiocy.
PS: Of course you work in the White House. The one in Lagos that is and as a freaking house help. Abeg, go and clean the oga bathroom and make it fast. Foolish kid!!
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by Nobody: 2:13am On Nov 22, 2010|
give me a break pls What positive message does thanksgiving celebrate? Covetousness on black friday? Consuming so much turkey or enjoying two extra days of the weekend? You sound like no one else lives in America too.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 2:20am On Nov 22, 2010|
We all live in different states. Thanksgiving is the only time we all get together to eat, laugh, and play. Yes, some African families get together but not all and definitely not mine. Thanksgiving allow us to reunite again. Thats why most people celebrate it. Its not just about eating but also a day to celebrate with family. I don't know where you get the idea that I celebrate Thanksgiving to be more American.
You and your friend came in here and decide to spoil my good Thanksgiving thread. I am not surprised. This is Nairaland after all.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 2:25am On Nov 22, 2010|
If you think Thanksgiving is all about eating and Black Friday, think again. Like every holiday in America, it has become so commercialized so the meaning is forgotten. Its not just about having a day off. Some of us know the real reason behind it and thats why we celebrate it.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 2:31am On Nov 22, 2010|
After spending five years in America, you now know more than Americans?
Look if you like, carry America for ya head, na u sabi.
It is my prayer that they deny you their citizenship so you can do us all a favor by hanging yaself. People like you should not live among us, your ilk are in Igbo Irunmale, living with demons and beasts.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 2:49am On Nov 22, 2010|
LMAO. Look at this uneducated he-goat. Please, go sit down somewhere with this rubbish you are on here posting. You are making yourself look like a fool. The message in your signature says it all about your brain capacity. When grown folks are conversing, shut up and listen.
This is my last time responding to you. I'll be celebrating thanksgiving with my family on the big day. Whatever I choose to do is none of your business. I was trying to be civil and respond to you in a dignified manner but you do not deserve it.
Leave your oga's computer. Idiots like you should not hold such privilege. You deserve to be on your knees scrubbing the urine off his bathroom floor not browsing his internet.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 3:05am On Nov 22, 2010|
You think everyone is like you, working as a cleaner in ya USA.
Anyway, I understand how you feel, you just got here and you also want to belong.
And you think celebrating Thansgiving would make you more likeable to your slave masters. One secret: You slave masters do not give a damn about you. To them, You are bstill a SLAVE.
So continue to live like a third-class citizen, it's your choice. Just know that, eating Turkey aint gonna change anything. If you like, eat all the turkey we dey Walmart, abi na costco you dey buy ya own, still does not change a thing!
A word is enough for the wise.
As for me living in Lagos. . . well, it is better to be a king in the jungle than to be slave in the city.
A word is enough for the wise.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 3:22am On Nov 22, 2010|
LMAO. I know I promise not to respond to your stupidity but I just cant ignore your newest drivel.
Look at you again being ignorant. Is being ignorant a second job for you? You are one of those fools who, to make yourself feel better about your situation, claim that those of us abroad are living like second class citizens right?? Well, you can’t be more wrong.
FYI, I am not working as a cleaner in the US. I am double majoring in English and Education and will be graduating in a few years. I am just 20 but I have accomplished more in my life than you can ever dream off. You are not the king of the jungle in Lagos. You are just an ignorant houseboy who gets slapped and kicked by your oga on a daily basis. In his eyes, you are worthless.
Now, get off your ass and go get your chores done you slowpoke.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 3:31am On Nov 22, 2010|
WHen I was you age, I had already finished my ND in Elect/Elect and had already obtained a college degree from one of the most prestigious universities in NJ, US of A, graduating summa cu*m laude. Double majoring in English and Education, id.iot like you. I should not be conversing with you. You are not up to par with me, age-wise and intellectually.
HAHAHAHA, English and Education. God forbid bad thing
Anyway, go enjoy your Thanksgiving.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by Nobody: 3:39am On Nov 22, 2010|
Oh puhlease. When did you come to America? Does your family have roots here? Didnt you just read up on it now you are one of those who knows the "real reason behind it"?
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by Nobody: 3:44am On Nov 22, 2010|
I'm trying hard to be nice but a double major in English and education is not something you shld be telling a nigerian. what exactly are you going to be? A teacher? You just said it as if you were telling us you were studying something significant. English ko Creole ni.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by asemuwaa: 3:46am On Nov 22, 2010|
Like the turkey part.FSstranger stupid olosje
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 3:48am On Nov 22, 2010|
Graduated from a prestigious university? haha, If only wishes were horses. GTFOH .You graduated from yaba left with a degree in house cleaning. Now, go and scrub that bathroom like you were taught in school you insignificant human. Prestigious university my a.s.s. Keep on dreamin. One day your dreams will come to reality doofus.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 3:50am On Nov 22, 2010|
Wait a minute, you are an English major? And you write like a third grader? I will advise you to go ask your school for a refund, because they've failed you. The English department at you school would be overcome with angst, if they were to see the way you write.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 3:52am On Nov 22, 2010|
What in the world are you talking about? You claimed I was bragging about living in America but now you are asking me questions about it. Please, the day I arrived here has nothing to do with knowing the meaning of Thanksgiving. Its common knowledge.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 3:57am On Nov 22, 2010|
She is prolly studying 'Ingrish' in a disreputable school somewhere in Haiti. With her poor writng skill, I doubt she lives in the US.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by Nobody: 3:58am On Nov 22, 2010|
She does live in the US, she's made sure everyone here knows that fact about her since she's been on this site. You'd be hard pressed to believe she spent her formative yrs in Liberia . . . its always America this, America that. I wonder where we live. The moon i guess.
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by SeanT21(f): 4:01am On Nov 22, 2010|
I'm laughing at your first statement. Anyway, I shall answer your question. I plan on writing children books, textbooks, teaching English in foreign nations, teaching disable children, writing poetry, plays, etc. With my degrees, the sky is the limit. After that, I plan on getting my masters in Education Administration and become the head of my own school. Any more question about my majors? What did you think I was going to do the rest of my life?? Stand in a middle school and teach English to rude kids?
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by Nobody: 4:02am On Nov 22, 2010|
you're just 20 no wonder. When you wake up tell me. You'll be writing children's books? Like Eze goes to school or Ali and Simbi?
|Re: Whats For Thanksgiving? by fstranger: 4:04am On Nov 22, 2010|
You know to achieve all of that, you actually have to get off NL and do some work, Just so you know!
Keep dreaming girl!
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