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Family / Re: How To Spice Up Your Marriage And Also Prevent Divorce by Begonia(m): 8:09pm On Aug 28, 2016
Donald3d:
Thank God i have clay near my house grin
Lol!
Please let me know when you're done. I'll really love to meet her cheesy
Family / Re: How To Spice Up Your Marriage And Also Prevent Divorce by Begonia(m): 5:03pm On Aug 28, 2016
This is nice.
This part made me laugh
I am looking for a wife, she must be talllllll,long,short at the same time, she must have igbo, hausa, south south and yoruba roots at the same time(wether her great grand father or ancestors i no one know) , she must speak 45 languages fluently, she must be able to cook dishes from all those countries she can speak their languages,she must be able to cook for 3hrs non stop , she must be funnier than Basket mouth and Akpororo combined ,so pm me ladies, e neva finish, she must .......
Op, you'll have to mould her yourself grin
Crime / Re: I Knelt And Begged Him, Yet He Slaughtered My Daughter In My Presence – Mother O by Begonia(m): 2:38pm On Aug 21, 2016
dickt:

Your brain is meant for use. Use it.
I suggest you take your own advice. I doubt you have a brain though.
Never quote me again.
Crime / Re: I Knelt And Begged Him, Yet He Slaughtered My Daughter In My Presence – Mother O by Begonia(m): 7:29pm On Aug 20, 2016
tartarus:
As usual many stupid nairaland guys will come here and blame the victim as long as the victim is female.
Most Nigerian men are very stupid! You can find them on nairaland. Can't you fools read?? She rejected the psychos gifts and advances yet she was murdered and then you morons are twisting the story, saying probably the guy spent so much on her. That's so stupid!!

You guys always feel a lady owes you her life cos you spent money on her. I'll never advice my sisters to marry nigerian men. Misogynistic donkeys! undecided

I'm Nigerian. Don't quote me.
Honestly, some are so disgraceful.
It's disappointing!

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Crime / Re: I Knelt And Begged Him, Yet He Slaughtered My Daughter In My Presence – Mother O by Begonia(m): 5:07pm On Aug 20, 2016
Azeeztaophic:

you know some of you ladies use to act that is y men keep pressing , but at the same time action speaks
If I've told you "no" five times, I'm certainly not going to give you a "yes" the 8th, 9th or 10th time.
Crime / Re: I Knelt And Begged Him, Yet He Slaughtered My Daughter In My Presence – Mother O by Begonia(m): 5:00pm On Aug 20, 2016
Toks2008:


There is no justification whatsoever for killing another human cos of heartbreak...nevertheless ladies must be extremely careful about how to lead a man on cos there are many beasts in man's flesh...unfortunately we may never know the story behind the guy's madness.
The monster lead himself on.
No means no not "murder me if you can't get me"
Whatever so called story behind his madness is surely not connected to her.
You guys on this forum should stop this constant female victim blaming. It's shows an extreme lack of moral values brought about by chauvinistic stupidity.

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Crime / Re: I Knelt And Begged Him, Yet He Slaughtered My Daughter In My Presence – Mother O by Begonia(m): 4:06pm On Aug 20, 2016
DesChyko:


It wasn't stated whom she was before the job. Neither was it stated how they met or existed together. What I'm trying to say is, Ladies should be careful not to bring misfortune to themselves. It takes away nothing from the fact that this is a gruesome murder. Murder is never justified. It's a crime.
Here we go again with the victim blaming. Typing "murder is never justified" does not in any way change the disgusting intent of your posts on this thread.
Condemn the act of murder. Type your RIP and move the hell on!

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Crime / Re: I Knelt And Begged Him, Yet He Slaughtered My Daughter In My Presence – Mother O by Begonia(m): 4:05pm On Aug 20, 2016
Why is it so difficult for some men to take "NO"?
That man is a monster.
People really need to stop dismissing threats so quickly. They're not always empty words.
Besides, is there such a thing as an overzealous parent?
I and my friends were discussing this some time ago.
RIP to the deceased!

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Education / Re: Eno Mfon, Nigerian Student Who Graduated After White Lecturer Rejected Her by Begonia(m): 7:43am On Jul 29, 2016
Her hair in the first two pictures is lovely.
Congrats to her!

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Politics / Re: You Have Niger Delta Avengers As Ministers In Ur Govt -ijaw Youths To Buhari by Begonia(m): 7:22am On Jul 29, 2016
nnachukz:
Did you mean to write Amaechi and Fashola? Fashola provides the needed darkness for Amaechi to hide under and strike.
grin grin grin
Politics / Re: Abaribe Rejects Donatus Eyinnah As NDDC Nominee For Being From Non-oil Area by Begonia(m): 10:26am On Jul 26, 2016
baby124:
I am here wondering how this is his business? Is Ondo now his constituency? Did Ilaje people complain? Just trying to cause confusion in things he cannot comprehend
"Things he cannot comprehend?"
You speak of a man better than you with disdain when your level of intelligence stops at reading the heading of a topic and not going further to the body. What a joke!

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Celebrities / Re: A Tonto Dike Lookalike That I Met In Umuahia Yesterday by Begonia(m): 8:59am On Jul 26, 2016
Dezzx:
this is a younger version of tonto with a bad hair. cheesy
Explain what you mean by "bad hair." That's just the typical African hair that hasn't been relaxed for a year or two. If you're referring to tidiness, again, I don't see your point. I've seen some people do that with a bandanna.
If you don't fancy it, fine but don't call it "bad hair" because there's absolutely nothing wrong with it.

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Romance / Re: Feminists Comes For Man After Annoying Tweet About This Photo by Begonia(m): 12:01pm On Jul 17, 2016
Ruq:


Yeah right, tell me you haven't at some point define what a man is or you do not have personal opinions on what a man is or should be?.
You said it. It's called personal opinion. It doesn't and shouldn't affect my male colleagues or the man sitting beside in a conference hall. I have no right to tell him what he should look like. How he should speak or how he should dress. As long as the actions of another is not causing any negative effect, I think one needs to mind his/her business. If you can't handle it, surround yourself with people you have things in common with. The same thought process, way of life and so on.
Most times, people make too much of a big deal out of nothing.. especially on the internet.
Celebrities / Re: Tiwa Savage Is Going Global,USA Radio Host Describes Her As Beyonce Of Africa by Begonia(m): 11:39am On Jul 17, 2016
ify2016:
Go settle with your hubby.
World without your hubby is zero achievement Go and make peace no matter the level of extravagant he might have cost you
Please, find your way back to the 1800s.

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Romance / Re: Feminists Comes For Man After Annoying Tweet About This Photo by Begonia(m): 11:19am On Jul 17, 2016
But men didn't come up with feminism and most don't agree with it because they believe it challenges their "natural privileges" so why do they always feel the need to explain to the "fake feminists" what "true feminism" is all about? Some people really need to mind their business and leave others to their own. I mind business, although not all the time. There are times we really should mind other people's business especially when it comes to crime and any form of injustice in the world...

Okay, I'm blabbing now..Lol!

I'm really not a fan of public engagements. I just feel it's unnecessary. I cherish my "moments" a lot.

Okay, bye!

EDIT: Wow! Some people are actually getting worked up over this thread grin
Politics / Re: South-south, South-east Lawmakers Oppose Grazing Bill -Channels TV by Begonia(m): 9:42am On Jul 17, 2016
Is this still going on? Honestly, this whole thing is ridiculous!

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Culture / Re: Delta Igbos by Begonia(m): 9:24am On Jul 17, 2016
Nomswag:
grin proundly an ukwuani boy.......i cant imagine my self being called an igbo man.
I'm glad, unlike some others, you respected I and my family members by using "I" in your comment. I'm from Kwale and I can't imagine NOT calling myself Igbo. I just can't imagine not being proud of my ethnic heritage smiley

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Celebrities / Re: This Is Serious I Cant Stop Laughing (PHOTO) by Begonia(m): 10:12pm On Jul 16, 2016
policy12:

You look good too.
Thanks, hun
Celebrities / Re: This Is Serious I Cant Stop Laughing (PHOTO) by Begonia(m): 7:57pm On Jul 16, 2016
Lol!
But Pete Edochie really looks good in that picture.

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Education / Re: PHOTO: Lagos Primary School Where Pupils Pay Up To N4M Per Session by Begonia(m): 6:10pm On Jul 16, 2016
Well, foundation is very important when it comes to education. There are many people that don't know the fundamentals in Mathematics, English, Science. Not to sound disdainful but there's a difference between kids that attend schools like this and those that attend "the other schools." This is the truth.
Notwithstanding, I'm sure there are many schools that offer quality education for a moderate fee. I believe this money could be saved for good quality tertiary education which is always expensive.
Probably for these parents, there's plenty more where that came from. In the end, it's their decision. They know the size of their wallets and what's best for their children.
Politics / Re: Why Is Tinubu So Powerful? by Begonia(m): 4:40pm On Jul 16, 2016
banmee:


Your comment exemplifies why he is so powerful. He is because Nigerians are unbelievably corrupt and they only respond to corrupt leaders. In a normal country, a virtuous leader will most likely be very powerful which is why Abraham Lincoln was and is adored in America till today. In Nigeria, a virtuous person is seen as a mugu.
Unfortunately, this is true.
Two rules to being relevant and powerful in Nigeria;
1. Steal enough money to last five life times.
2. Ass kiss people who have done the above.

It's even more pathetic that most Nigerians don't realize this is a messed up way of surviving.
Most Nigerians do not want good leaders. They prefer to be sentimentally herded by people without virtues and then, delude themselves that this will bring forth a better country.

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Politics / Re: Why Is Tinubu So Powerful? by Begonia(m): 3:44pm On Jul 16, 2016
Knowledge9000:
I don't think he is powerful is just that Yoruba and Hausa-Fulani tend to be very demure and respectful to someone in their societies who has risen above board notwithstanding if he or she is right or wrong...they will be loyal to that person. The cultural reverence that come with the throne of Obas, Onis and Emirs also makes it easier for them to control the people. With Igbos...it's impossible as they are not used to having powerful people! Igbo society is naturally and culturally an egalitarian society....everyone is equal! Have you heard of a powerful Igbo man before? Lol. The only way you will be powerful to Igbos is if you are fighting for their freedom...as in Ojukwu and Nnamdi Kanu, then you are talking otherwise you are just an ordinary person no matter your wealth and political clout.
This is the absolute truth.
There's no politician in the south eastern part of the country that is "powerful" enough to dictate (directly or indirectly) to the people who to vote and who not to vote. Politics is dirty, I know, but in Nigeria it's on a whole different level. It's all about godfatherism AKA ass kissing. This is why Nigerians will keep getting the worst of leaders. No politician ought to be given so much power but in Nigeria, or at least in certain parts, it's the norm. Nigerian politicians are the dirtiest of them all. It's the most senseless thing to idolize any of them.

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Celebrities / Re: Kcee Accused Of Cheating On His Wife Over Controversial Photo With Lady In Spain by Begonia(m): 8:18pm On Jul 13, 2016
He obviously lacks respect for his wife.

Besides, didn't he get married to her when he was still dating Ebube? I'm sure she doesn't expect any better from him.
Celebrities / Re: Mercy Aigbe: "I Wear Bum Shorts So That Girls Will Not Snatch My Husband" by Begonia(m): 8:08pm On Jul 13, 2016
Lol!
Aunty Mercy, when a person wants to leave, he/she will. Nobody can snatch your husband. He's not a handbag.

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Politics / Re: Gumsu Abacha Replies Man Who Reminded Her Of Her Late Father by Begonia(m): 4:43pm On Jul 13, 2016
He apologized for speaking the truth. What a wuss! undecided
Celebrities / Re: Princess Umez, Daughter Of Tony Umez by Begonia(m): 8:16am On Jul 13, 2016
wearley21:
buh u re prettier
I don't agree but thank you smiley

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Celebrities / Re: Princess Umez, Daughter Of Tony Umez by Begonia(m): 7:54am On Jul 13, 2016
His four daughters are really beautiful.

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Fashion / Re: Lady And Her Unclad Butt At A Beauty Shop (graphic Photo) by Begonia(m): 7:39am On Jul 13, 2016
Lol.. ghetto taken to a whole new level!
Well, it's her business.

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Romance / Re: Be Sincere!! What Would You Do In This Situation (pictures ) by Begonia(m): 10:12pm On Jul 12, 2016
Passy089:




I totally Agree with you dear..... let's just hope the mother-in-law is not patience ozokwor Lols her mata na war.

inbetween you re beautiful
Hahaha! Mama gee! I love that woman.

You're sweet. Thanks for the compliment smiley

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Romance / Re: Be Sincere!! What Would You Do In This Situation (pictures ) by Begonia(m): 9:55pm On Jul 12, 2016
Passy089:

That's not always the case... most times the mothers are pained that they r loosing the son they carried for nine months trained up to adulthood to another woman.
It's still no reason for a mother to disrespect her son and his wife. If she believes in the herself and the upbringing she gave to her son, she ought to trust him to be reponsible and assertive enough to choose a good woman as his wife. She's not losing a son, she's gaining a daughter and a family.

People should just learn to respect themselves. This is 2016. Not every woman would put her hand on her cheek, shout "mama!" in tears, then run to her room to cry. Nollywood movie is not real life biko! grin

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Education / Re: Can You Solve This Quantitative Aptitutude Exercise? I Bet You Can't by Begonia(m): 9:40pm On Jul 12, 2016
Abra4real:

How you take solve am.
I edited my post. Pls, don't tell me to solve each question. That'll be too much typing.. Lol!
Education / Re: Can You Solve This Quantitative Aptitutude Exercise? I Bet You Can't by Begonia(m): 9:29pm On Jul 12, 2016
Examples 1- 9+3/3= 4
Examples 2- 8+2/5= 2
Examples 3- 16+9/5= 5

1.. 6
2.. 8
3.. 3
4.. 45
5.. 1
6.. 10
7.. 16
8.. 5
9.. 28
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