“Cut soap for me” does not mean they should divide bathing soap for you. It can mean telling your friends about job opportunities, introducing them to things that benefit them. It can also be a casual way to beg for good luck or a portion of someone’s destiny, like Jacob. If something good has never happened […]
Finding your person in today’s world is really hard but there are very few things worse than finding your partner and then losing them to illness, accidents or any thing. To understand this pain, we spoke to four Nigerians on what it is like losing a partner. Daniel, 25.I met him inside a bus. I […]
They walk among us, these people. Every small opportunity they have, they want to stick their noses in your business. If they don’t see an opportunity, they’ll make one themselves. Here are 11 unmissable signs that someone cannot mind their business. 1. They look into your phone in public places. It’s almost like they want […]
We all love food, but some of us love food more than others. Here a list of ways to help you know if you love food more than the average person. 1. You comfortably eat in your dream. You love food so much, you don’t care if it’s your village people that are feeding you […]
Have you ever wondered what the love languages would be like if they were Nigerians? Well, I have and now I can’t unsee it. 1) Gift giving Gift giving is your rich sugar daddy that has old money and who probably has as many oil blocks as you have siblings. He is also a chairman […]
You’re having a normal conversation with an anime watcher and they suddenly break into Japanese because they think everyone around them understands. We’ve been there too, so we’ve decided to compile a list of the possible things they’ll say and their meanings. You’re welcome. 1. Nani Nani simply means “What”, but the way anime characters […]
You probably think you transform to Beyoncé or Celine Dion when those earphones come in and you start singing those lyrics out from your heart, but we are sorry to break it to you that you mostly sound like a squeaking rat. Here is a list of songs you should not sing along to with […]
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With almost two years of being in existence, Sex Life has grown while staying true to its goal of exploring the sex lives of Nigerians. In the last one year and five months since Sex Life was created, we’ve spoken to about eighty Nigerians who are at different places in their lives, with different orintentations, […]
You’re at a job interview, answering all the questions and feeling yourself when the one person that hasn’t spoken throughout the meeting suddenly asks, “Why should we hire you?” If you’ve ever been in this situation and you didn’t know what to say, we’re sorry we didn’t write this earlier. Here are some of the […]
If you have ever considered getting into spoken word poetry and you did not know how to go about it, we are here for you. Just remember us when you blow. 1) Use burial music There is no spoken word performance without proper burial music. You might try to switch it up and use church […]
Burner accounts are all the rave. Almost everyone has one but what is the appeal of a burner twitter account? Why are they so popular? We decided to ask a few Nigerians who own burner accounts why they own one and the answers are absolutely fascinating. Chukwuemeka, 23.Having a burner is scary because I know […]
The Crayfish is an important celebrity that has been appearing in a number of soups, stews and other Igbo meals for a long, long time. But what is the cost of this level of fame? In this week’s Interview With, the superstar talks to us about its life, hard work and secret struggles. Zikoko: Igbo […]
With the 2020 Statistics revealing that about 11 million children under 5 are facing extreme hunger, Chipper Cash recently partnered Lagos Food Bank to bring aid to many families in need with Chipper Relief Box. The Lagos Food Bank is one the biggest NGOs in Nigeria supporting the less privileged, and the Covid-19 pandemic has […]
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Honestly, the don’t teach people how to be a conductor in school because you’d be unstoppable, a potential super villan and you might even unlock hidden parts of your brain. We decided to share this knowledge because you deserve. 1. Ridiculous parkour skills You know how conductors hop on and off buses at anytime? Imagine […]
The talking stage is the period of getting to know someone with the hope of it becoming serious. If you’ve been in one too many talking stages, and you’ve had enough, then this article is for you. Here are a few tips on how to escape the talking stage. 1.Tell them straight up that you […]
Bibi, 33, and Kelly, 27, have been dating for about four years. In today’s episode of Love Life, they talk about how they met online and transitioned from a long-distance relationship to a live-in couple. What’s your earliest memory of each other? Kelly: I think mine is the first time we had drinks at a […]
We asked 8 Nigerians to share the meanest things they did while in school and they certainly have a lot of experiences to pull from.
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Sign-offs are the core of every work email. There’s no reason why it should be boring. Which one is “Best regards” or “Yours sincerely”? Where’s the spice in that? Read this to make your work experience more interesting. 1. Respectfully, I am in tears You can use this when your team lead has emailed you […]
Weddings are a big deal in this part of the world and everyone looks forward to having a perfect day. Here are a few things to know before planning your perfect day. 1.Your parent’s friends will outnumber yours. Nigerian parents know the whole world. No matter what you say to them, Nigerian parents will still […]
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The typical Nigerian experience isn’t really complete without the education part of it; Going to school, getting punished and flogged, playing with friends and all that. Although after school, many people went home and watched Silverbird, some others went home and waited for their worst enemies; Lesson teachers. If you ever had a lesson teacher, […]
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