7 Questions Nigerian Women Absolutely LOVE to Be Asked

October 24, 2022

When it comes to starting a conversation with a Nigerian woman, there are some questions they’re asked so many times, they just want people to keep asking them. So, ask, but whatever you see afterwards is the repercussion of your actions. 

When will you get married?

Because marriage is all a woman thinks about, asking this question will cause her so much joy, her hands might just connect with your face in celebration. 

Should you be eating that?

You want to quiz the owner of the body about what she puts in it? She might eat you just to prove a point that she can eat whatever she wants. 

Whose pussy is this?

Definitely not yours, but ask anyways. Maybe you need to be humbled. 

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Why are you wearing that?

There’s nothing a woman loves more than when she puts so much time and energy into her appearance just for a man to ask her this question. It’ll elicit so much emotion from her, she might stone you with her shoe as a show of care. Don’t forget to duck! 

What would your man think?

It’s very important for a woman to know that whatever she’s doing is for the approval of the man in her life. So, whenever you see a woman living her life unapologetically, don’t forget to ask her what her man would think of it. She just might kill you. 

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How much is in your savings? 

Women adore being pocket-watched, especially while doing retail therapy. It’s the sexiest thing ever. In fact, if you’re asking a woman how much she’s saved, don’t forget to tell her how much you’ve saved too. Just in case she feels like robbing you. 

Don’t you think you have too many wigs?

Yes, because women love being told they can’t have more of something they really like. Ask the question, and she just might use whatever hair is left on your head for her next wig. 

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