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Nigerian Mentality by chinedumo(m): 4:08pm On May 23, 2012
[size=15pt]This is my collection of Nigerian thinking

Add yours Please
Some Don't apply to every one
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[size=20pt]_All soft drinks are called
mineral'
_All Fathers came first
position while at school.
_India beat Nigeria 99~1
because the ball was
turning into a Lion
_If your wealth start
reducing its your village
people that are doing you.
_Rice and stew.... Every
Sunday afternoon.
_Every commodity
outside Africa is original.
_Anybody with Aids got
it through sex.
_she's a Calabar girl' chai"
she go sabi do...."
_Every seasoning cube is
maggi.
_You must finish the rice
before you touch the
meat
_Every toothpaste na
Closeup.
_Every insecticide na Fleet
-Every detergent na Omo.
-Any rich Hausa is an
Alhaji, while the poor
ones na Aboki... shuo!"
-You smoke you are an
armed robber!
_If you find money on the
floor, pee on it before
picking it up, else you'll
turn to Yam!
_only Science students
are smart
_Once you travel
overseas you must be
very rich. "As if they
share money on the
plane."
_Drogba use juju tie
Torres 4 leg'... lol
_Every Girl that plays and
jokes with a boy, has
slept with him.
_You must buy bread
when traveling.
_when u loose a tooth,
throw it on the roof of
the house, and run round
the house 7 times.
-Every noodle is called
Indomie"
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Re: Nigerian Mentality by PhysicsQED(m): 5:39pm On May 23, 2012
Peeing on money found on the floor prevents one from turning to yam?

What Nigerians believe that and why? Sounds disgusting.

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Re: Nigerian Mentality by Fulaman198(m): 11:40pm On May 23, 2012
PhysicsQED: Peeing on money found on the floor prevents one from turning to yam?

What Nigerians believe that and why? Sounds disgusting.

I would like to know as well lol
Re: Nigerian Mentality by ifyalways(f): 3:29am On May 24, 2012
@physics, that applies only to "picking money by the road side" lol
Eg, you are going down your street and you happen to see a 1000N note on the ground which obviously slipped from someones purse. The average Nigerian believes the money is a set trap by money ritualists and picking it would either turn you to an inante object (yam, goat) or transfers your good fortunes to the person that dropped the money. Now to deactivate either of the aforementioned jujus/ effects, urinating on the cash before picking it is necessary. Lolz

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Re: Nigerian Mentality by PAGAN9JA(m): 9:03am On May 24, 2012
ifyalways: @physics, that applies only to "picking money by the road side" lol
Eg, you are going down your street and you happen to see a 1000N note on the ground which obviously slipped from someones purse. The average Nigerian believes the money is a set trap by money ritualists and picking it would either turn you to an inante object (yam, goat) or transfers your good fortunes to the person that dropped the money. Now to deactivate either of the aforementioned jujus/ effects, urinating on the cash before picking it is necessary. Lolz


it actually makes sense. if the person who lost the money returns to claim it, he will be too disgusted to take it back. . wink
Re: Nigerian Mentality by chinedumo(m): 9:41am On May 24, 2012
Somebody like pagan Nja should be giving us plenty examples
PAGAN 9JA:



it actually makes sense. if the person who lost the money returns to claim it, he will be too disgusted to take it back. . wink

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