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Car Talk / Re: Any Biker In The House? Let's Compare Notes People! by soulpatrol(f): 6:35pm On Sep 21, 2007
LOL that's more like it
Travel / Re: Nigerians In The UK Are So Stingy by soulpatrol(f): 4:16pm On Sep 21, 2007
toshmann, ur mouth o. na me u dey call stingy? my broda, far from it o, wasn't i part of the people rebuking ya'lls stinginess? get ur facts straight o. and BTW, me i no dey compete with anyone for man on nairaland, so no even try hook me up with anyone. i get my own, thank you very much. grin
Travel / Re: Nigerians In The UK Are So Stingy by soulpatrol(f): 1:41am On Sep 21, 2007
chei, ur lie no even hard. if u talk say thief steal am, i for believe u more. call am now. we dey wait o. grin
Gaming / Re: What Game Are You Currently Playing? by soulpatrol(f): 11:03pm On Sep 20, 2007
yes o, gamine. i checked out ur profile pic, and for a second i thot it was something out of that horror movie
"the grudge" tongue got me all shook up. what breed is ur wolf, em i mean dog? its whiter than snow! grin
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 11:00pm On Sep 20, 2007
i meant to say hemorrhoid, not hemorrhage. my bad tongue but still, anything going into the ass has gotta hurt like hell! those of u that do it up the kini, as well as gay peeps, y'all must be trying o. grin
Travel / Re: Nigerians In The UK Are So Stingy by soulpatrol(f): 10:37pm On Sep 20, 2007
omoge, call the guy before he dies from lack of affection from ur end o. tongue
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 10:34pm On Sep 20, 2007
@RedLips. me sef dey wonder, hence the question. i kinda got the impression from previous posts that she liked to share grin can't blame a sista for asking.

@omoge. my sista, its fine and dandy to be adventurous, in fact i'm all for it, but there are certain "areas" that i believe should be left unexplored. there's only 1 thing that should be coming out the ass, and nothing going in, jeez, oga God must be having a field day with the things His eyes are seeing grin then again, i hear that it's not that bad, but i still ain't trying it. ughh! tongue God help u if yo have jedi jedi (pile/heamorrhage) and u try to force something through. heaven go receive visitor that day o.

sorry to be graphic, but y'all is even nastier! grin
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 9:50pm On Sep 20, 2007
Tanna, you too like sex, my sista grin but then again, na natural thing. your husband dey enjoy you o. are y'all into threesomes too?
TV/Movies / Re: Your Favorite Nigerian TV Programmes From The Past? by soulpatrol(f): 9:08pm On Sep 19, 2007
i remember a program called Magana Jarice. was it the one that has a book of a parrot on the cover? chei, living in the north was sweet, wasn't it? u remember this other popular one "Samanja" the police/soldier with the funny mustache and remember that popular hausa singer, "Dan Maraya from Jos or something. he used to play this small instrument. good music.

remember during sallah when people are calling TV stations to make requests to their family and friends?

they'll be like "ina geishe muhammad sadiq danladi, ina geishe safiya musa dangote" etc meaning i'm sending a shout out/i'm greeting so and so.  grin
Family / Re: Your Most Hated Household Chore? by soulpatrol(f): 8:53pm On Sep 19, 2007
the minute i become rich, i'm hiring me a maid/chef for sure. no more cleaning, dusting and cooking tongue
Family / Re: Would You Marry A Girl Who Earns Twice Your Salary? by soulpatrol(f): 2:00am On Sep 18, 2007
that sounds like an excuse just to be lazy o. doyin13, don't be surprised when ur wifey starts treating u like a doormat o. tongue we no like lazy man o. u know how women's heads can become big. cool
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 1:46am On Sep 18, 2007
ladies, why are u disgracing urselves like this now? jeez, this is like primary school all over again. and some of u on here are supposed to be "married". apparently, it means leaving ur senses behind too huh? undecided what a bunch of skeezers!
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 9:10pm On Sep 17, 2007
jeez, what a show off. i have little interest in people that never cease to let everyone know what their status is. osisi, good for u o. let it not be like i have beef. happy married life. . . or whatever. undecided
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 9:02pm On Sep 17, 2007
em, so make i send am flower?
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 9:00pm On Sep 17, 2007
@TOH. i dey confused with all this he said she said, everyone accusing the other of something. walai, i'm lost! tongue
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 8:53pm On Sep 17, 2007
@osisi. i take it that u're married, hence the "lecture"?
Family / Re: Would You Marry A Girl Who Earns Twice Your Salary? by soulpatrol(f): 8:50pm On Sep 17, 2007
my sista, if u be naija, e no suppose surprise o. obviously we still have a few guys left in the dark ages!
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 7:16pm On Sep 17, 2007
@osisi. no vex o, but i was talking more on the woman's side. u know say na us dey always bear the brunt of wahala. a man can be the same 24/7 nobody go talk, but it is always expected of the woman to do something, otherwise the man starts to look outside. i didn't mean to be offending o my sista. if u want to be submissive like a he-goat grin, na u sabi. whatever floats ur boat, we are all different and we know what works for us.
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 12:21pm On Sep 17, 2007
@osisi. may ur marriage never be boring o. grin i'm sure u will be happy with doing missionary style 24/7, nothing kinky or creative. and ur wife will always have a smile on her face and bow to ur every need. and she shall always address u as "my lord" or "my king" and she shall always look and smell good 24/7. that is ur ideal marriage ehn? God help u.  tongue
Family / Re: How To Make A Marriage Spicy? by soulpatrol(f): 2:04am On Sep 17, 2007
damn, this thread is taking another turn.
Travel / Re: Nigerians In The UK Are So Stingy by soulpatrol(f): 9:52pm On Sep 16, 2007
look at these 2 wannabe lovebirds Elgaxton and Omoge, they are already talking about accounts and money and them never even meet o! grin chei, this naija love dey always build foundation on the size of one's pocket. Elgaxton, didn't u already offer to put money on Omoge's phone? And Omoge, didn't u mention the fact that u don't have an account? abi i lie? guilty or not guilty? i find u both guilty of professing love on financial grounds. whatever that meant. so case dismissed. oga for this love nwantin tin.  cool
money and love now go together ehn?
Siena, don't put ur hand in this matter o, otherwise u'll be tagged as an accomplice. the Soulpatrol is watching u. tongue
Family / Re: Would You Marry A Girl Who Earns Twice Your Salary? by soulpatrol(f): 5:48pm On Sep 16, 2007
na wa o. some men are just evil! it is ok for u to work hard towards ur career goals and make a lot of money, wheareas for a woman, it is frowned upon? sheesh, u would rather she even stays home and babysits the kids, cooks and cleans the house ehn? like the olden days.

i hate seeing women that have so much potential being held down because the minute they put their intelligence to use and start making more dough, that's when some menfolk become threatened. shakes head

this rubbish is almost comparable to slavery u know. black people are rising against their adversities, hence white people are scared and doing everything they can to put them back down i.e racism in every form.

whoever makes the most money in the household, at the end of the day, the money is going to be spent on their upkeep isn't it? scrap all this head of the house BS. if a man is doing what he needs to be doing, irrespective of what he earns, there will be no reason to disrespect or whatever. as long as he's not lazy. i tire o.
Food / Re: What's Your Favorite Breakfast? by soulpatrol(f): 5:23pm On Sep 16, 2007
sheesh, sometimes i come on to this thread just to get some inspiration on what to eat for breakfast. do you sometimes wake up and have no idea what to eat for breakfast? smiley some of the combinations on here can give someone major tummy ache o. grin
Travel / Re: Nigerians In The UK Are So Stingy by soulpatrol(f): 12:29am On Sep 15, 2007
will u both just get a room? grin or better yet, u two love birds just get hitched. haba.
Nairaland / General / If Your House Was Burning, What 3 Things Would You Take? by soulpatrol(f): 5:36pm On Sep 14, 2007
Heaven forbid, but if you were caught up in an unfortunate situation where your house was burning, and everyone was able to get out, but you just had enough time to save 3 important things, what would they be? Mine would be:
1. My laptop. that's my second best friend o.
2. My cellphone. all my contacts are in there.
3. My passport. thank God i know where it is at all times.

What would yours be?
TV/Movies / Re: Movie Lines You'll Never Forget by soulpatrol(f): 2:39pm On Sep 11, 2007
jay and silent bob huh? i love those guys, especially all their lines in "clerks 2". hilarious! cool
Culture / Re: Terrible State Of The English Language In Nigeria by soulpatrol(f): 11:19pm On Sep 10, 2007
yes it is when u want to get ahead in life. for naija maybe not, but for here, it sure as heck is important.
Travel / Re: Nigerians In The UK Are So Stingy by soulpatrol(f): 11:06pm On Sep 10, 2007
this thread is still alive? wow. elgaxton, ur abule picture is very fine o. reminds me of houses in oyo. tongue
Food / Re: What Do You Feel Like Eating Now? by soulpatrol(f): 10:26pm On Sep 10, 2007
@Dis guy. i assumed u were in naija but i guess u're not. oh well, make we all day dream together tongue
Food / Re: What Do You Feel Like Eating Now? by soulpatrol(f): 10:25pm On Sep 10, 2007
@Dis guy, i dey feel that one o. can't beat hausa style! tongue good thing is ramadan is near, so u fit experience am again. lucky u, unlike us wey no fit siddon for mai shai place embarassed i miss home o. i especially love when they put ginger spice in the shai (tea), come grub am with correct suya. ohh la la! and also their rice and salad. na God don save me from typhoid fever many many times. grin what i will give to just magically appear in Sabo. day dreaming
Culture / Re: Terrible State Of The English Language In Nigeria by soulpatrol(f): 10:18pm On Sep 10, 2007
TOH, halelujah for that o grin u managed to escape tongue i went to high in the north, so no even try. the teachers were mostly a mixture of ibo and yoruba. the yoruba ones just surprised me with the way they spoke. grin
Family / Re: Is It Good For Wives To Call Their Husbands By Their Names ? by soulpatrol(f): 10:16pm On Sep 10, 2007
mr Mcdoe, i'm sure u can tell that i was being sarcastic

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