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Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by mekuso89(m): 12:41am On Jan 14
So guys I open my facebook and saw a photo a Brazilian friend by name Lara Souza posted on her story and caption it in Brazilian language so guys who understands the language please tell us

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by mekuso89(m): 12:41am On Jan 14
Her photo

Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Shuzzi(m): 2:22am On Jan 14
That's Portuguese meaning:
Do you have a note from Nigeria? Because I have

If only she knows how useless it is undecided

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by laiperi: 2:26am On Jan 14
A friend told her about Nigerian millionaires

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by 175(m): 4:02am On Jan 14
Shuzzi:
That's Portuguese meaning:
Do you have a note from Nigeria? Because I have

If only she knows how useless it is undecided

grin grin cheesy

Easy pls. . .cos I want you to make heaven!

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by lkillbrokehoes: 4:08am On Jan 14
That's a Portuguese language, she's dope though and that money is as Useless as the P in psychology

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Villagemeat: 4:30am On Jan 14
She said ,*I have Nigeria money here* I am also a Brazilian,from Lome precisely and I live in Brazil currently.

Don't argue with ME

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by BigDawsNet: 4:51am On Jan 14
She knows how worthless the rate is


She's just happy to have a foreign currency in her possession

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by sacajawea: 5:11am On Jan 14
Shuzzi:
That's Portuguese meaning:
Do you have a note from Nigeria? Because I have

If only she knows how useless it is undecided
Do you speak Portuguese?

How do you say "You face makes me forget my Worries"
Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by sacajawea: 5:13am On Jan 14
Villagemeat:
She said ,*I have Nigeria money here* I am also a Brazilian,from Lome precisely and I live in Brazil currently.

Don't argue with ME
But you did not translate it Perfectly well.

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Felix180(m): 5:35am On Jan 14
sacajawea:
Do you speak Portuguese?
How do you say "You face makes me forget my Worries"

google translate

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Whiteangel1234: 6:18am On Jan 14
sacajawea:

Do you speak Portuguese?

How do you say "You face makes me forget my Worries"

' você é muito estúpido e feio como uma cabra fedorenta. te odeio '

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by TheChameleon: 6:20am On Jan 14
angry
Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Anigreat: 6:29am On Jan 14
Whiteangel1234:


' você é muito estúpido e feio como uma cabra fedorenta. te odeio '


shocked



Bros i hope you're sure, no go do make that my brother curse this girl o grin

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Jagznation(m): 6:36am On Jan 14
Whiteangel1234:

' você é muito estúpido e feio como uma cabra fedorenta. te odeio '
grin culona
Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by femi4: 7:25am On Jan 14
Samba girls

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Kingluqman(m): 7:30am On Jan 14
Is it not better to hold a paper than that useless money

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Orire001: 8:12am On Jan 14
cry cry It been long I saw one last!











I still sell affordable laptops with free delivery and pay on delivery.

Details on my signature.

Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by mansakhalifa(m): 8:27am On Jan 14
Well, I keep on saying it that a lot of nairalanders are not knowledgeable enough smiley and they keep proving me right.

The girl is most likely a numismatist That is, she collects currency notes and coins from different parts of the world and she is probably just thrilled that she has landed a new one from a country very far away from hers whilst at the same time showing it off to her fellow numismatists online.

It has absolutely nothing to do with the intrinsic value of the currency note. She is just a currency note/coins collector.

It makes her happy that she has landed a rare new one. I get that feeling too sometimes because my father introduced me to the hobby and I began to enjoy it as well. Personally, I collect mostly coins. I have a 1982 World Cup coin from Spain in my possession and one from India- a 5 Paisa coin(100 paise=100 Indian Rupees by the way).

It's an interesting hobby. The thrill is in collecting as many notes as possible and worrying less about the value because you are not purchasing anything with it but I am afraid that it is not so popular amongst these yahoos called Nigerians.

Hey, OP, please ask your Brazilian friend if she is a numismatist and there is a 9/10 chance that she will confirm as much.

Word up. #ProudNumismatist cool

*the love runs so deep that sometimes some numismatists pay huge sums of money to collect these old coins or notes. The most expensive coin right now is worth over 10 million dollars. That's how crazy our hobby is. My father even bought a Biafran coin from a friend of his- an easterner. About #70 in those days smiley

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by TANID(m): 8:38am On Jan 14
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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by VictorUSA: 8:39am On Jan 14
One must not prove his/her intelligence by calling others illiterate simply because he/she is more knowledgable in an area.

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by mansakhalifa(m): 8:50am On Jan 14
VictorUSA:
One must not prove his/her intelligence by calling others illiterate simply because he/she is more knowledgable in an area.

Sorry sir, I get your point but the fact that I posted all that jargon up there does not mean that I am more knowledgeable in that field or something.

But then you will agree with me here that the ignorance on display here on NL every bloody time can make a man lose his bloody mind.

I hate ignorance. But I find it most loathsome it the most when it is undisguised. I hope you see things from my point of view.

Well... I have edited my post. I must admit that I posted what I did back then in utter disgust.

I am not all that intelligent. Far from it. But still I detest unconcealed ignorance.

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by sacajawea: 8:50am On Jan 14
Whiteangel1234:


' você é muito estúpido e feio como uma cabra fedorenta. te odeio '
Your Papa! ��
Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by Bifakacproducts: 8:59am On Jan 14
In this 21st century, people are still struggling to translate languages undecided

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by mekuso89(m): 9:15am On Jan 14
Villagemeat:
She said ,*I have Nigeria money here* I am also a Brazilian,from Lome precisely and I live in Brazil currently.

Don't argue with ME
wink
Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by falcon01: 9:30am On Jan 14
Bifakacproducts:
In this 21st century, people are still struggling to translate languages undecided
omo I vex as I see the Topic

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Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by alphaRego01(m): 9:41am On Jan 14
De p in psycology even try sef.atleast u must put it there while spelling de word anytime.dat note is as useless as our leaders
Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by mekuso89(m): 10:10am On Jan 14
mansakhalifa:
Well, I keep on saying it that a lot of nairalanders are not knowledgeable enough smiley and they keep proving me right.

The girl is most likely a numismatist That is, she collects currency notes and coins from different parts of the world and she is probably just thrilled that she has landed a new one from a country very far away from hers whilst at the same time showing it off to her fellow numismatists online.

It has absolutely nothing to do with the intrinsic value of the currency note. She is just a currency note/coins collector.

It makes her happy that she has landed a rare new one. I get that feeling too sometimes because my father introduced me to the hobby and I began to enjoy it as well. Personally, I collect mostly coins. I have a 1982 World Cup coin from Spain in my possession and one from India- a 5 Paisa coin(100 paise=100 Indian Rupees by the way).

It's an interesting hobby. The thrill is in collecting as many notes as possible and worrying less about the value because you are not purchasing anything with it but I am afraid that it is not so popular amongst these yahoos called Nigerians.

Hey, OP, please ask your Brazilian friend if she is a numismatist and there is a 9/10 chance that she will confirm as much.

Word up. #ProudNumismatist cool

*the love runs so deep that sometimes some numismatists pay huge sums of money to collect these old coins or notes. The most expensive coin right now is worth over 10 million dollars. That's how crazy our hobby is. My father even bought a Biafran coin from a friend of his- an easterner. About #70 in those days smiley

I have Biafra note for sale
Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by careytommy37(m): 10:16am On Jan 14
BigDawsNet:
She knows how worthless the rate is


She's just happy to have a foreign currency in her possession

You are right. I believe she is a collector of money currencies
Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by KnowledgeVault: 10:18am On Jan 14
Wow, that's good.

Re: Is This Brazilian Girl Tripping Over Our Old Ten Naira note? by tollyboy5(m): 10:23am On Jan 14
mansakhalifa:
Well, I keep on saying it that a lot of nairalanders are not knowledgeable enough smiley and they keep proving me right.

The girl is most likely a numismatist That is, she collects currency notes and coins from different parts of the world and she is probably just thrilled that she has landed a new one from a country very far away from hers whilst at the same time showing it off to her fellow numismatists online.

It has absolutely nothing to do with the intrinsic value of the currency note. She is just a currency note/coins collector.

It makes her happy that she has landed a rare new one. I get that feeling too sometimes because my father introduced me to the hobby and I began to enjoy it as well. Personally, I collect mostly coins. I have a 1982 World Cup coin from Spain in my possession and one from India- a 5 Paisa coin(100 paise=100 Indian Rupees by the way).

It's an interesting hobby. The thrill is in collecting as many notes as possible and worrying less about the value because you are not purchasing anything with it but I am afraid that it is not so popular amongst these yahoos called Nigerians.

Hey, OP, please ask your Brazilian friend if she is a numismatist and there is a 9/10 chance that she will confirm as much.

Word up. #ProudNumismatist cool

*the love runs so deep that sometimes some numismatists pay huge sums of money to collect these old coins or notes. The most expensive coin right now is worth over 10 million dollars. That's how crazy our hobby is. My father even bought a Biafran coin from a friend of his- an easterner. About #70 in those days smiley

Bro I like keeping old stuff also. How do I collect them sir!

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