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Celebrities / Re: I Changed My Religion Because I Love My Husband - Mercy Aigbe by Spiff20(m): 9:43pm On Dec 08
Omo getat abeg.
Education / Re: UNICAL Suspends Payment Of School Charges Till Further Notice by Spiff20(m): 10:12pm On Dec 04
They should review it honestly. People are going through a lot this period.


Travel / Re: Top 30 Countries With Highest Number Of Skyscrapers by Spiff20(m): 9:52pm On Dec 04
Panama, Thailand and Philippines has more skyscrapers than the so-called European giants UK, Italy, France, Germany, Russia, Netherlands, Belgium, so all they have are just antiquated victorian 5 stories.
Romance / Re: The Type Of Men I Don't Want (personal Opinion) by Spiff20(m): 11:43pm On Dec 02
They say that "beauty is in the eyes of the beholder", but honestly speaking there are certain calibres of men I will never go near no matter how hard they try.

To get straight to the point,

1. Short men
Oh my God.... I don't just know what to say about these sort of men. If I'm taller than you as a girl, then sorry but I can never see you as my second piece. You'll always be like a younger brother to me. No hard feelings.
Short men also have this irritating attitude whenever they see girls around, as if they're trying to compensate for their low height. And some even go to the gym and gets muscles.... But it just makes them look shorter like a 5 litre jerry can and irritating
Also, why in the world would I pick a short guy over a tall guy? I literally feel so protected and safe when I'm with a guy that is wayyyy taller than me (I'm 5'2 so my height is kinda average)... So ofc I'd want a tall man and not a mini man.
Imagine hugging a man and he's hugging your waist cause he's short ugh.
I wanna stand on my toes whenever I kiss him and strain my neck just to look at his face. No more no less.
Tall men also stand out more, they're far more attractive and I also want taller sons and daughters.
Who should the short guys date then? I dunno... But not me.
The bar starts at 6'0, but If you're like 6'2 or 6'3... I want your babiesss

2. Bald men
The only age where I think baldness is acceptable as a man for me is if he's like in his 50s or 60s. But if you're in your 20s-30s and you're already going bald.... It just irritates me low-key in a inexplicable way... Like why will a young guy have a hairline that receeds all the way to the middle or back of your head? Where did all your hair go? Gross
I also read somewhere that early balding is genetically inherited so that means my children too will suffer the same fate? God forbid.
My man ought to have a head full of hair well into his 60s, then we start talking about hair loss.

3. "Oju yo Bo" people
I didn't know the English term for this so I had to Google it. It's a Yoruba term for people whose eyes pop out of their sockets like that of a wall gecko. This is also something I don't like in my man.... I want his eyes to be like that of Henry Cahill... Neatly tucked inside and having small slit like opening.

Addition: so I just googled it and it's called prey eyes. I prefer the hunter one since it gives my man a piercing gaze and I just wanna hug him immediately.

4. Eyebrows
A man MUST have thick eyebrows. If you don't, I can't take you seriously

5. Men with bad posture

6. Men who supports man U grin

That last one was a joke but I'm dead serious about the rest. And I'm sure other girls will agree to some up there too.
Do you have big yansh and bress? If not, then you're not wanted by many men.
Phones / Re: Is Mark Zuckerberg Promoting Secret Affairs With This New Features On Whatsapp by Spiff20(m): 2:14pm On Dec 01
The latest Whatsapp update doesn't even have chatlock to start with.
Family / Re: Why Do Nigerians Have These Kinds Of Names? by Spiff20(m): 1:59pm On Dec 01

You are so right, having a neutral name give you an edge anywhere in the world.

Besides, Nigerians like making big things out of nothing. Europeans and Americans too bears names from other continents, and no one feel inferior about it.
One English Name and One native strikes a balance. If I bear Andrew Chike, I can easily roll with my first name. Who doesn't know Andrew. But bearing two English names dissolves your identity into a pool of inferiority complex and lapdog mentality. You are from Africa and not from the West. For Pete's sake a man from Kenya ruled them with his native name.

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Family / Re: Why Do Nigerians Have These Kinds Of Names? by Spiff20(m): 1:55pm On Dec 01
A person's name is not your business and should not be your problem. Nobody came to this world for anybody. Enjoy your name, respect boundaries and mind your business!
If you were actually minding your own business you won't be here anyway. The thread is the OP's business and he has a right to open it and talk about it what he finds strange.


Family / Re: Why Do Nigerians Have These Kinds Of Names? by Spiff20(m): 1:52pm On Dec 01
Akwa Ibomites are the chief culprits. Thank God Friday
John Sunday
Monday Friday
Gift Mark

Sounds funny. And they are proud.
Funny how people can be so wrong, happy and proud.

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Romance / Re: Should I Be Bothered About This Statement By my Girlfriend by Spiff20(m): 9:51am On Nov 29
At 23 she's old. Some have lost count at 20
Politics / Re: Fct Minister Visits Proposed Sites Of Judges Quarters, Court Of Appeal Complex by Spiff20(m): 9:44am On Nov 29
What's with Wike and empowering judges. He went all out for them in Rivers, decorating those corrupt clowns like they saved the world from an apocalypse. So they could cover his tracks?
Travel / Re: Funds To Japa by Spiff20(m): 10:11am On Nov 28

Bunch of unserious poor people

I entered the page to read what they have to say about raising funds to travel

Those ones are arguing like children about exportation angry
Nearly 4 pages dedicated to exportation on a thread for raising funds for travel. It's funny but not funny.
Travel / Re: Funds To Japa by Spiff20(m): 11:39pm On Nov 27

Why would anyone want to export with high cost of shipping?
You people have left the subject of raising funds to exportation arguments. Which kind wahala be this sef?


Career / Re: Being A Professional Female Photographer In Nigeria by Spiff20(m): 4:47pm On Nov 27
I think snapping is one of the easiest things to do in this life. Now back to the question. It's super lucrative for a female, people love females in male dominated hustles.
Romance / Re: Love Making In Swimming Pools Is Getting Out Of Hand!!! by Spiff20(m): 11:11am On Nov 27
Are you sure they're actually having sex? It looks like an act to me. I mean how can a pussy open up for a dik whilst water is going inside, chlorinated water going inside along the dik, won't the water pressure affect the stuff. Don't know Sha.
Politics / Re: Ogun State: Emerging Industrial Hub Of Nigeria (Pictures) by Spiff20(m): 8:15pm On Nov 26
Yet they don't generate enough revenue
Car Talk / Re: What Will You Do In This Situation by Spiff20(m): 3:06pm On Nov 26
There's no point of this question because there's a real estate by the right to swerve into. The only time it should be a question is when it's a bridge and there's a river on both sides.
Romance / Re: What Do Women Think When They Do This by Spiff20(m): 5:05pm On Nov 25
Most girls who are into guys and have boyfriends will still let the guy know they're taken. Only the sluts will deny their boyfriends to have a new guy.
Jobs/Vacancies / Re: Cleaners Urgently Needed (50k Salary) by Spiff20(m): 7:10pm On Nov 22
You guys will clean. I mean clean the hell out.
Travel / Re: Is It Possible To Keep Mute Entirely About Your Travel Plan? by Spiff20(m): 2:50pm On Nov 22
I'm not saying you should announce to every Tom, Dick and Harry. But in Nigeria a lot of people see Japa as an achievement whilst going there to hustle from the scratch with steady electricity, good road network, flashy buildings, and overated security. So they try to hide it and surprise people with the "acheivement". Some are scared of village people bewitching them as if you need to announce to village people before then can see with their spiritual eyes. It's important you tell your close friends and family so they can support you in any way they can unless you have all it takes. You tell or keep mum, what will be will be. You can arrive and be deported and everyone will know. You can keep mum and arrive their to make it. Everyone will still know. Japa is overated Sha. Someone like dangote doesn't think about Japa. But we all can't be rich. So, to each his own.


Travel / Re: Is It Possible To Keep Mute Entirely About Your Travel Plan? by Spiff20(m): 2:44pm On Nov 22
I told few peeps like 3.My family knew definitely.when I go Abuja ,I stayed in my friend house.he knew that I was going to the embassy next day.even when I got the visa after 2 days .when he asked me.i told him they said they will let me know in 2 weeks grin.but my visa dey my bag.because of happiness,I told him let's go and drink beer and eat fish.we go flex that night.i did not disclose to him that I already got the visa.Na till I land the country.i write am say I don port .You just gatz dey smart for visa and travel matters.
In your mind you're smart but you're wicked.
Politics / Re: States FAAC From January To August by Spiff20(m): 2:37pm On Nov 22
Delta received the highest, spent the highest after Lagos, and borrowed the highest. What are they doing in that state sef?
Politics / Re: States Spend ₦‎1.7 Trillion On Trips, Meals, Others, Borrow ₦‎988 Billion by Spiff20(m): 2:36pm On Nov 22
Corporate thieves.

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Crime / Re: Police Arrest Onyekachi Ikowa (2Baba's Deputy) In Bayelsa (Photo) by Spiff20(m): 10:15pm On Nov 18
He couldn't even run far grin what's the difference between Ahoada and Bayelsa. Very dumb criminal. He should be beaten for his stupidity first.

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Celebrities / Re: Mohbad: Naira Marley, Sam Larry Regain Freedom by Spiff20(m): 11:03am On Nov 18
When they beat him up while he was alive, Sam Larry and Naira Marley weren't arrested. Now he's dead and they are arrested. In Nigeria, we usually wait for someone to die before they get justice. So the key to justice is death which is no longer justice but Justus.
Politics / Re: Army Detonates 642 Unexploded Bombs From Ikeja Cantonment by Spiff20(m): 8:39am On Nov 17
So how many bombs where thrown there in 2001?

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Romance / Re: Go Back To Your Ex Or Remain Single Forever? by Spiff20(m): 8:28am On Nov 16
I'd rather go back. How will I remain single for life, do you know what that means or you think we are joking here? It means you won't get married and have children and even collect . For an ex that didn't kill anyone? Haha it's not that bad.
Politics / Re: Wanted Killer Of Rivers DPO, 2baba’s Men Storm Community, Kill Five by Spiff20(m): 2:40pm On Nov 13
Bearing 2Baba as a nickname and being in the records for all the wrong things. When he's caught the first beating he should receive would be for bearing 2Baba.

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Politics / Re: Why Wike Halted Impeachment Plot Against Governor Fubara by Spiff20(m): 10:04am On Nov 12
This explains lot. Was wondering why everywhere suddenly chilled. There are many reasons Wike choosed Fubara. But two stands out.
1. Fubara is docile
2. Fubara becomes governor to enjoy immunity and avoid efcc, which by extension Wike.
3. To continue Wike's 3rd term agenda and holding Rivers people by their balls. Wike's got his hand stucked up in the behinds of Rivers people so much that it gets to their gullet.
Politics / Re: Why Wike Halted Impeachment Plot Against Governor Fubara by Spiff20(m): 10:00am On Nov 12
the impeachment was just a drama . fake
There was an attempt to impeach which was foiled. It was never a drama. There's no fake impeachment because it never happened.

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Celebrities / Re: Mompha Buys The First Electric Rolls Royce Ever Made Worth $450,000 by Spiff20(m): 10:49am On Nov 09
Dem never catch this one yet.
Sports / Re: Leo Messi Won The Ballon D’or Over Erling Haaland By 105 Points. by Spiff20(m): 4:47pm On Nov 04
So Nigerian delegates in FIFA didn't even vote for Oshimen. They voted for Messi. Na wa o
What's the point voting when he stands no chance?
Sports / Re: Newcastle 'Used End Of Man United Thrashing As A Training Session', Says Howe by Spiff20(m): 9:49pm On Nov 03

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