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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Sparrow0: 6:24pm On Jul 21
Danny6552:


sent
Replied grin
Re: Adventure In Ireland by wowdiva: 5:41am On Jul 22
Chiggsglover:
I'm not saying Bleep you oooo, lol

This is my finger after taking off the tape.
Chei Pele Chiggs. Put am for hot water and apply aboniki ( most parents remedy for anything grin cheesy)

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by wowdiva: 5:42am On Jul 22
Chiggsglover:
The dog looked sad tho, we both needed it

Seems he hasn't been petted that way for awhile now.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by wowdiva: 5:44am On Jul 22
Alday:


When I convert these small digit figures to naira, I see a difference. I hope this mentality leaves me very soon
I converted too and I was shocked, That's what I pay as house rent money for a whole year. They earn better, so it's understandable
Re: Adventure In Ireland by wowdiva: 5:47am On Jul 22
Sparrow0:
Mehhhhnn I missed this thread grin
Chiggs howfar naw? Anything for the boys? grin grin


Danny6552 abeg no vex email me again cos I didn't see the first one grin

25naira I think I dropped you an email, you haven't replied yet and that's how I know you haven't seen/read it
Make me self follow send mail bro, I nor mind learn how to make more bucks o
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Alday: 7:07am On Jul 22
wowdiva:

I converted too and I was shocked, That's what I pay as house rent money for a whole year. They earn better, so it's understandable

Exactly. Cost of living doesn't paint a complete picture without living standards compared.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Joohan: 1:41pm On Jul 22
Finally... I read to the last page. Well-done OP, this thread has been insightful.
Re: Adventure In Ireland by encryptjay(m): 9:04am On Jul 23
Pets are fascinating creatures; there's this bond that exist between them and their owners, the one true bond. Some people feel they're one of the few that show you that love. When someone decides to will his/her properties to cats,dogs etc, you can't really blame them
A dog they say, is man's best friend. I feel this statement holds water even with other pets like cats,parrots and what have you. When you lose them at some point, the gloom it comes with is sort of excruciating.
Years back, we had several dogs but I'll never forget three, X, Y and Z
X was the first, a German Shepherd. We bonded and we flowed together. Before going to school, I'd feed him, pat him and bid him farewell. Even when he messed up, I couldn't bring myself to discipline him except my siblings. Even at that, he loved us. I even got injured by the roof of his dog house and the scar is still there.Whenever family members came in, he'd jump on them. The dog became kinda playful and developed this penchant for running out whenever the gate was opened, even when you're there, it struggled to elope. That's how one day it ran out and never came back. Someone probably cornered it and who knows what might have happened. I still see other dogs with the same features and I'd remember poor X. I salute you baba grin

Y was a quiet dog, black female dog. She was always in stealth mode like a predator about to hunt down its prey and quite mischievous.The dog had this cheetah like features that enabled her climb the fence when they weren't barb wires. She'd go out on special hunting especially when she decides not to eat, quite selective I must say. She was later sold.
Then Z, a Terrier dog with proper training. When dogs have good training and are beautiful, you'll be a proud owner.
We travelled to Abj together (4 hrs) to her new abode and she got to know the family. The moment you bring your hand forward, she'll bring hers too to shake you. When she wants to urinate, she goes to the door so that you'll open for her and she does her thing, same with solid waste.
I left her for school, months pass and I returned for break and found out she had died from poisoning. I wasn't aware and no-one told me till I came and asked about her. I leave the wicked soul who did such to man's best friend to God.
Sometimes, you just looked at them, their eyes and try to imagine what they're thinking about, what they wanna tell you, infact wishing they could talk.


Dropped this on Danielhouston thread though.
Re: Adventure In Ireland by seunny4lif(m): 1:28pm On Jul 23
If you want to be healthy then stop converting Euro to Naira because your income is not in Naira but Euros
They spent Euros not Naira
Lots of Nigerians can’t buy good shoes, clothes or eat well because they are always converting every Euros to Naira as if those countries are using Naira.
They always said oh 50€ for a shoe then how much is bag of cement?
Funny thing those projects they are always building in Nigeria can never finish.
If you have 20 houses in Nigeria good for you but don’t kill yourself trying to impress people in Nigeria while you squeezing yourself with another person in a room in the country you are living and working.


If you die, those money you saved at the bank and refuse to spend on yourself, will be used by someone who did not know, how you worked for it.


I know a lot of young Nigerians that as falling ill and die because of working overtime.
A lot of Nigerians are money spending in Nigeria but can’t even take of their self in the country they are living.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Sparrow0: 2:07pm On Jul 23
Chiggsglover man abeg check your email and reply. My body dey scratch me grin

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:11pm On Jul 23
Sparrow0:
Chiggsglover man abeg check your email and reply. My body dey scratch me grin
Sure

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:11pm On Jul 23
wowdiva:


Seems he hasn't been petted that way for awhile now.

Yes oooo, it was a pet my paw and I scratch your back thing....lol
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:15pm On Jul 23
wowdiva:

Chei Pele Chiggs. Put am for hot water and apply aboniki ( most parents remedy for anything grin cheesy)
Aboliki balm has lost its magic, the one I used when I was in primary school, I thought they someone dipped my hand in a 1000 watt kettle that's plugged.

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:16pm On Jul 23
Yes I did
ModestGal:

Hi, please I sent you a pm, I would be happy if you could reply me, thanks in advance
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:17pm On Jul 23
ovokate:

You mean €700 per month for rent?

Yes oooo, If I see that money every month in Nigeria, I for no come here

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:18pm On Jul 23
encryptjay:

Paying you to keep pets? Interesting.Na dog and parrot sure pass.
Parrot no dey,lol, na exotic animal here, it's just dogs sha
Re: Adventure In Ireland by ZINIBANKS: 7:25am On Jul 24
Chiggsglover:


Yes oooo, If I see that money every month in Nigeria, I for no come here
That's too much shocked
When you want to rent it do you meet house equipment there or you bought them

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by ModestGal(f): 7:09pm On Jul 24
Chiggsglover:
Yes I did
I'd love to enquire about Ireland
I don't know if you can give some information on that.
The messenger link you sent me is not working, so I'd like if we can continue from here

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:13pm On Jul 25
ModestGal:

I'd love to enquire about Ireland
I don't know if you can give some information on that.
The messenger link you sent me is not working, so I'd like if we can continue from here
You have to download the messenger app for the link.
You can ask your questions here for others to learn if they are not very specifique. grin
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:14pm On Jul 25
ZINIBANKS:

That's too much shocked
When you want to rent it do you meet house equipment there or you bought them
Hahaha, all is here o, I just carry my clothes, shoes and personal effects.
Kitchen always comes fully loaded and even the rooms also, I'll post a picture later.
The plates, spoon, pots, pan, and those sorts are hidden away in the drawers.
Appliances that every house MUST have is iron, microwave, washing machine, dryer, dish washer, vacuum cleaner, I never see broom here o, cooker with a functioning oven, oven is so convenient for meat n chips...yummy, heating whether gas or electric, toaster, sometimes a blender. Microwave is so useful here, they even use it to cook rice, first time I saw it my jaws dropped, HOUSES MUST HAVE WIFI ROUTER, quote me anywhere, if they don't have, tell them Chiggs says you must provide one, it's fucking compulsory people,
I use at least 50gig a day, the movie I just consumed was 10 gig, there was no negotiating...last price o, if I watched 5, you see na.
Plus I play games online, watch aljazeera, CNN, BBC, CGTN, everyday, and chill with a bottle of Rose with YouTube. Gosh.

It's normal for the landlord to provide toiletries and cleaning stuffs, some can be too busy for that and will tell us to buy and bring the receipt, we can deduct it from the next rent. But me as a sharp guy, I no fit gamble am, if I lost the receipt ko, hahaha,

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by ZINIBANKS: 9:22pm On Jul 25
Chiggsglover:

Hahaha, all is here o, I just carry my clothes, shoes and personal effects.
Wow nice but €700 is way too much haha that's close to our 300k here
God will bless you bro abroad life no easy grin

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by ModestGal(f): 9:27pm On Jul 25
Chiggsglover:

You have to download the messenger app for the link.
You can ask your questions here for others to learn if they are not very specifique. grin
Ok, Thanks.
What's the fastest and easiest way to travel to Ireland?
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Firefox01: 9:37pm On Jul 25
ModestGal:

Ok, Thanks.
What's the fastest and easiest way to travel to Ireland?
Lol. Through airplanes. What else do you expect? A ship? cheesy

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by ModestGal(f): 9:40pm On Jul 25
Firefox01:
Lol. Through airplanes. What else do you expect? A ship? cheesy
Lol, No, I mean ways, not that.

Is it through schooling, through work or through what?
I'm hoping to start my PhD but not soon

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:43pm On Jul 25
ModestGal:

Lol, No, I mean ways, not that.

Is it through schooling, through work or through what?
I'm hoping to start my PhD but not soon
Legit way is schooling, it's fast too.

Doctor Modest, wow, do your research well o, some courses will pay you, I think from year 2.
Keep it up

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:43pm On Jul 25
Hahaha
Firefox01:
Lol. Through airplanes. What else do you expect? A ship? cheesy
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:45pm On Jul 25
ZINIBANKS:

Wow nice but €700 is way too much haha that's close to our 300k here
God will bless you bro abroad life no easy grin
When I did the conversion, Omo, that money carry weight o, I moved to a better place, the view in this my new place is good for reading n meditation.
Re: Adventure In Ireland by ZINIBANKS: 9:51pm On Jul 25
Chiggsglover:

When I did the conversion, Omo, that money carry weight o, I moved to a better place, the view in this my new place is good for reading n meditation.
But that €700 hope the way bills is part of it electricity bills taxes and so on
And if I no pay am wetin go happen grin
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:51pm On Jul 25
Former house,
This is how it look as advertised, if you go n live there, just know, CHIGGS WAS THERE, Ooin.
You can see the large kitchen, two refrigerators, there's no need to be buying new furnitures and other things, the population in this house was twice that of where I am currently.
My new place has two kitchens, lol shocked

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by ModestGal(f): 10:03pm On Jul 25
Chiggsglover:

Legit way is schooling, it's fast too.

Doctor Modest, wow, do your research well o, some courses will pay you, I think from year 2.
Keep it up
Did you go through schooling?

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Re: Adventure In Ireland by Richdee1(m): 10:19pm On Jul 25
ModestGal:
Did you go through schooling?
Did u read from beginning?
Re: Adventure In Ireland by Alday: 8:15am On Jul 26
Stop. tempting. me
This is called 'living'
Chiggsglover:
Former house,
This is how it look as advertised, if you go n live there, just know, CHIGGS WAS THERE, Ooin.
You can see the kitchen, large, two refrigerators, there's no need to be buying new furniture and other things, the population in this house was twice of where I am currently.
My new place has two kitchens, lol shocked

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