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Celebrities / Re: Linda Ikeji Looks Stunning In Recent Pictures by cococandy(f): 12:45pm
What’s wrong with her comment?

pyyxxaro:

With ur grinding stone forehead undecided
Sports / Re: Chukwuebuka Enekwechi's Sister Blasts Nigerian Women by cococandy(f): 11:51am
CHoccolaTE:


grin
Mtchew
Xtupid kids
Sports / Re: Chukwuebuka Enekwechi's Sister Blasts Nigerian Women by cococandy(f): 11:46am
Ishilove:

Don't mind her. She just described herself
But too dumb to see it
Sports / Re: Chukwuebuka Enekwechi's Sister Blasts Nigerian Women by cococandy(f): 11:46am
Afrobasic:


It's so sad that this is the truth.

The "morden" Nigerian woman is just so useless, it's a pity the average Nigerian man has no options.

You have options. You men can marry each other

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Sports / Re: Chukwuebuka Enekwechi's Sister Blasts Nigerian Women by cococandy(f): 11:45am
Fountainofyouth:



You saw that too, she's extremely daft.

See how the “dunbasses” are “mastobating” over her post. God save us from myopic ones like her.

Not saying that her brother can’t marry whomever he wishes, but she’s naive if she hasn’t realized that black men have a slave mentality and while other races of men strive for global domination, their (black men’s) primary goal is to acquire a light skin woman. So yes the people talking about her brother’s wife may not know the details of the relationship, but the criticism didn’t come from nowhere.

The self hate is disgusting and she should quietly go sit somewhere. Because that same hate for black skin is definitely targeted at her for nothing other than the color she was born with.

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Sports / Re: Chukwuebuka Enekwechi's Sister Blasts Nigerian Women by cococandy(f): 11:40am
DrayZee:

Her own is not 250% density...whatever that means.
so the problem is the density grin

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Sports / Re: Chukwuebuka Enekwechi's Sister Blasts Nigerian Women by cococandy(f): 11:13am
Talking trash about wigs with a wig on your head? Lol

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Family / Re: Men Who Dislike Women Are Childish, Immature Or Mentally Disabled by cococandy(f): 8:23am On Aug 04
falcon01:
I didn't read that bullshit! The heading is enough to make me know you are a dumb f*ck

What’s the heading supposed to say?
Family / Re: Men Who Dislike Women Are Childish, Immature Or Mentally Disabled by cococandy(f): 8:21am On Aug 04
It’s okay to be gay
Ammishaddai:
I didn't read the end of this rubbish but what the OP fails to understand is that men are women are not equal and should not, in anyway ,be taken as equal.

A woman is a breeding tool(fact for those who are stupid simps), so how can she be equal to me who is provides support ,protection and care for her and her offspring...? In terms of historical accomplishment, men have done (and will keep doing more ) exploits than women(and for those who want to argue with me ,please consult with history first ).
Politics / Re: Police Parade Elvis Okafor Arrested While Buying Food For Sick Mum As ESN Member by cococandy(f): 4:18am On Aug 04
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Simply6:
Please ooo the fourth man sitting on the floor from the right is my maternal uncle. I just lost my mother two weeks ago ��� and we are preparing for her burial. The said army came and whisked him away from his home after meeting with my siblings about the burial activities. They burnt down their family house too claiming it's a terrorist hideout. Please we need help oooooo, my mother is still in the mortuary. Our family is still going through so much pain. My uncle is not a member of ESN ooo. This people will soon kill everybody in the East under the guise of hunting for ESN. Please ���� help us oooo. It is hampering the burial plans.
Politics / Re: Police Parade Elvis Okafor Arrested While Buying Food For Sick Mum As ESN Member by cococandy(f): 4:16am On Aug 04
You’re just a hateful ethnic bigot pretending like you have anything meaningful to say. Why don’t y’all gofundme some more 20 million to pay the terrorists up north while double speaking out of the sides of your mouth and supporting the ethnic cleansing of igbo youth in their backyards.

Disgusting.

RichDad1:
We told them. They call us haters. Body go tell una
When you bring ant infested wood to the house.....
Lots of innocent people at people caught in these crossfires. All thanks to Lnamdi Kanu and his band of ESN terrorists.
I hope the man is released proving he’s innocent.
Politics / Re: Bandits Attack Niger Communities Despite N20m Peace Pact Deal by cococandy(f): 4:05am On Aug 04
20 million? Hmm
Family / Re: In USA Most Families CAN'T Afford Diapers by cococandy(f): 1:27pm On Aug 02
Most or some?
Family / Re: 19 Abortions I Have Had. Can God Ever Forgive Me by cococandy(f): 8:00am On Aug 02
@OP were you getting pregnant every month? How’s this possible? After the 1st, 2nd and 5th time (to be very very generous) how did you not consider long acting birth control? IUD, depo shots, nexplanon, pills, condoms, spermicide creams, anything at all?

Please try a bit harder to make it more convincing. It’s giving fabricated.

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Family / Re: 19 Abortions I Have Had. Can God Ever Forgive Me by cococandy(f): 7:56am On Aug 02
Very well put.
To clarify, I’m not atheist but I can’t believe how many religious folks are oblivious to the fact that we are indeed the oppressors. There’s no room for letting others do their own thing if it doesn’t go along with our beliefs. Even when it’s not affecting us .

hopefulLandlord:
“Asking, "If there is no God, what is the purpose of life?" is like asking, "If there is no master , whose slave will I be?" If your purpose of life is to submit as a slave, then your meaning comes from flattering the ego of a person whom who should detest.”
Dan Baker
I'd assume he has all these locked down


They have to care because belief in god affects everything or everything is organised around it.


Imagine a world in which everywhere you turned, a belief in a literal Santa Claus was staring back at you. national Pledge “So help me santa” Imagine if when you went to a courtroom to testify, you had to put your hand on a copy of the book, “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas,” and say “So help me Santa” at the end of your oath. Imagine that town meetings all across the country started with the singing of the song “Here Comes Santa Claus” or “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.”

Imagine that everyone you know insists that you go to services at least once a week during which you write letters to Santa, and if you don’t, they tell you there’s something wrong with you. Imagine if the first thing that anyone asks you in a social setting is not about what you do for a living or some other question, but, “What have you written to Santa about lately?”

Imagine if you couldn’t go to a gym, or a coffee shop, without Christmas music being played in the background year ’round. Imagine if you couldn’t get your hair done, or go shopping, or go to a doctor’s office without having Christmas music playing, whether it’s Christmas time or not. Imagine if you tried to complain about it, or suggest that maybe some other music should be played, and people told you that you’re a terrible person with no morals for saying such a thing.

Imagine if friends and family shunned you because you had the audacity to say that Santa Claus isn’t real, that he doesn’t bring presents to children around the world at Christmas, and that to believe so is silly with no evidence to support that belief. Imagine parents of students at the school in which you are a faculty member saying that the fact you don’t believe in Santa frightens them, and that they don’t want their kids in your class.

Imagine everyone around you telling you that if you don’t believe in Santa Claus, you will spend all of eternity being punished by being submerged under the ice at the north pole, and poked by Santa’s elves with sticks.

Imagine everyone telling you to just shut up about the fact that you don’t believe in Santa, and to just go along with all of the nonsense, because to everyone else, Santa Claus is absolutely, positively real, and you can’t tell them anything different, and since the majority of society believes in Santa, you must follow what they do.

If you think this all sounds ridiculous or farfetched, this is exactly what it’s like living in Nigeria for people who aren’t theists. This is why we keep engaging in discussions about God. It’s because this idea—which other people seem to think isn’t any of our business—is all up in our business every day of our lives. That makes it our business.

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Family / Re: Girl Confesses That Her Mother Gave Her Rat Poison To Put In Her Father's Food by cococandy(f): 5:54pm On Jul 30
Very weird
Why didn’t she do it herself?

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Celebrities / Re: Williams Uchemba: My Wife Put Her Medical Profession On Hold For My Success by cococandy(f): 4:31pm On Jul 30
bukatyne:


I have no problems with child support as both parents must co-parent.

I have problems with spouse support which has become mixed up with child support.

Financial support and “emotional” support don’t accumulate in the same way. If a partner walks away from a relationship and loses the support of the non-financial partner, they will be affected but not in the same way the other partner will be affected if they lose the financial support of the earning partner. Because we live in a world that values money over everything else, the non-earning partner tends to suffer more. In many cases, they still remain the partner who’s carrying the non-financial responsibilities of family even when divorced ( e.g moms who still remain the primary care giver)

Also, spousal support is not indefinite. It’s usually calculated based on realistic situations that applies to each couples’ union and only lasts for a certain amount of time.

If the wife or husband put their career on hold for 10-20 years to support the family in other ways, it’s a bit simplistic and unreasonable to assume that they can immediately walk away from the relationship with the financial skills to pick up right where they left off decades ago. The support is to give them a leg up back to a level where they can reasonably begin to make their own money too and it ends.

It’s not applicable in all cases and It’s not forever.

Ideally, all the finances they accrued during the marriage should be split and each person walks with what is due to them with no strings attached. But that’s not always feasible.

I guess my point is that it’s not an unreasonable practice that just started out of nowhere.

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Celebrities / Re: Williams Uchemba: My Wife Put Her Medical Profession On Hold For My Success by cococandy(f): 3:21pm On Jul 30
pocohantas:
Sounds cool now…

Tomorrow if they tell you to pay her child support, you will ask why she couldn’t work for her own money.

I wish you two love and light. May joy never depart from your home.
My first thought

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Celebrities / Re: Williams Uchemba: My Wife Put Her Medical Profession On Hold For My Success by cococandy(f): 3:20pm On Jul 30
When it’s time to give her what’s due to her, it will become “his money that he worked for”.

Fate of many good wives who put their lives on hold to build the family only to get mockery and insults in return for being “lazy and dependent bla bla bla”.

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Family / Re: My 18months Old Boy Is Behaving Stubborn by cococandy(f): 1:49pm On Jul 30
Hathor5:

Once the threat of punishment is gone, they are out of control. They were only taught to avoid punishment, not moral reasoning.

100 %

That’s every single one of us that was raised with cane and beatings. It doesn’t teach you to be a good person. After you grow up, you have to retrain yourself to act properly for the sake of itself not just to avoid getting punished.

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Family / Re: My 18months Old Boy Is Behaving Stubborn by cococandy(f): 1:46pm On Jul 30
So we are okay with beating babies now?

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Family / Re: Wat Will U Do If Ur Husband Steal Meat In Ur Pot Of Soup? by cococandy(f): 3:06am On Jul 30
Steal? In his own house too. Wilding

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Family / Re: Why I Married My Wife? by cococandy(f): 12:32am On Jul 30
Acidosis:


Your post made me emotional
aww smiley

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Family / Re: Why I Married My Wife? by cococandy(f): 9:48pm On Jul 29
Acidosis:



Coco smiley smiley
hello
Family / Re: Why I Married My Wife? by cococandy(f): 4:37pm On Jul 29
MIKOLOWISKA:
what are you doing to fix the society you hate abi you have another one to run to?

Y’all are waiting for me tell you it’s wrong to kill people extrajudicially? undecided

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Family / Re: My Marriage Has Finally Crashed! by cococandy(f): 11:20am On Jul 29
NoToPile:
The vibes I am getting from posts on this thread is that men no longer want to be providers.

They’ve never wanted to be. Why do you think all those disgusting nicknames for women who actually let them provide exist?

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Family / Re: My Marriage Has Finally Crashed! by cococandy(f): 11:15am On Jul 29
TarOrfeeek:
My current GF is from a single mother home.

Immediately I finished reading this topic. I will break up with her mentally.
but you won’t physically break up with her so that you can still string her along and benefit from the relationship while knowing you don’t care about her or a long term. You can’t see your own toxicity?

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Celebrities / Re: Kelly Clarkson Ordered To Pay Brandon Blackstock N100m Monthly In Child Support by cococandy(f): 11:09am On Jul 29
Don’t mind them grin
PDPGuy:

grin grin
Everywhere is silent now
Celebrities / Re: Kelly Clarkson Ordered To Pay Brandon Blackstock N100m Monthly In Child Support by cococandy(f): 3:51am On Jul 29
“BuT tHe wEst oNly fAvorS wOmen”

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Family / Re: Why I Married My Wife? by cococandy(f): 10:17pm On Jul 28
Hathor5:


I don't know if I can do it. I wish I could but maybe I would chicken out. One never knows until you find yourself in this situation.

Jungle justice is wrong on many levels. Let me not even go there.

That’s so very true. However that’s how I feel in this moment. I hope to never have to find out for real.

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Family / Re: My Wedding Estimate 4 Years Ago by cococandy(f): 9:25pm On Jul 28
grin grin
pocohantas:
Wedding ceremonies are not compulsory, especially now that we are in perilous times.

I don’t know how you will write that list with numerous zeros and sleep well at night. The only people that write the price of groundnut oil and tin tomatoes themselves are people working on a very tight budget. Else you will handover the cooking to a caterer and she would multiply a plate by your estimated number of guests (e.g) N750 * 300 guests. How many litres of oil she uses wouldn’t be your business.

If you have to sit like this to bother your head about prices and inflation, scratch it. Have an indoor trad in her father’s sitting room, proceed to a registry if you want.

This is 2021 for God’s sake. The people you want to come for a wedding, some of us do not even have money for transport. If we come, we no fit spray you pass 2k.
Celebrities / Re: Biodun Stephen: I Can't Buy A Range Rover After All These Films by cococandy(f): 8:45pm On Jul 28
Does she invest? Does she have brand deals and ambassadorial jobs? It’s not enough to make good money if you only spend it, it will eventually run out

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