7 Ways Nigerian Girls Want To Get Toasted

September 21, 2020

Nigerian women are on another spectrum when it comes to wooing them. The mixed signals and aired DMs are an indication that you’re doing it all wrong. Luckily for you, we have curated 7 ways Nigerian girls want to be toasted. Read and learn. 

Send her money

This point cannot be stressed enough. Just randomly credit her account and see. Be generous with that cash and watch her become receptive to your advances. 

Feed her

If you’re thinking “am I her father?” then you are obviously ready to die single. Nigerian girls love food. After money, food is our love language. Ask her where she’d like to go to for breakfast, lunch or dinner and make it work. Send food to her office. Buy her bag of rice and frozen chicken. FEED THAT NIGERIAN WOMAN IN YOUR LIFE.

Woo her with consistency

 Women love men that are consistent in action. Nigerian girls watch their prospect for a while to see if they will switch up on the energy. If you’re gunning for her, then be consistent without being a pest.

Read: 10 Things Nigerian Girls Like About Guys

Surprise her with thoughtful gifts and sappy notes

If you’re trying to woo a Nigerian girl, surprising her at work with a very subtle yet obvious gift is one way to go. Let her co-workers wonder who this secret admirer is. Be her anon, that wig she has been retweeting, get it for her. Make her the envy of her office. Attach little thoughtful notes that make her understand that she is on your mind. Please, don’t send a saxophone, clarion or trumpet player to her office, this isn’t rapture.

I feel so emoshional

Give her space and attention at once

Allow her but not really. I don’t know how you intend to pull this off but you better find a balance between giving her space and attention or risk becoming the Ozo in her Nengi life.

 

Have sense

Plis, mature minds only. Nigerian girls want a man whose reasoning matches theirs at least. Oga, read the room and know when to say what. Don’t be insensitive and make off-putting jokes. 

oga, plis.

Have Funds

This is making a special appearance again because I need y’all to know that money makes Nigerian girls moist. We like knowing that a guy has money. Sometimes, the knowledge is all we need to be responsive. 

rawr. come here you money making man.

Bonus: Know how to handle rejection with grace. Try not to stalk her or kill her if she says NO. 

Watch this hilarious episode of The Most Toasted Girl for more tips:

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