I guess the people in Nollywood were onto something when they created the “evil mother-in-law” stereotype. Patience Ozokwor must be proud.
I’m curious. Can I use this as an excuse to quit my job and start collecting welfare money from the government or something?
Tech companies have trained us to be dependent on these tiny demon gadgets so I’m not even surprised that this is a thing.
Well, this isn’t shocking. Poetry is terrible and we should all be scared of it.
If any one asks why I failed Maths all through secondary school and university, I’m showing them this.
To be clear, this isn’t a fear of hair in general, it’s a fear of hair existing on its own. You know, like those severed braids Nigerian girls leave wherever they go.
Can you imagine being admitted to a catholic school as a kid and realising that you have this??
I for one have always thought that popes (especially Pope Benedict XVI) are terrifying so this doesn’t surprise me at all.
Going by what I’ve seen on Twitter, EVERY millennial and Gen Z human has this.
But why though?
If a person who has this and coulrophobia (the fear of clowns) goes to a party with a clown making balloon animals, they would immediately drop dead. This thought brings me joy.
This one kills me because IT’S JUST BEING AFRAID OF BEING AFRAID!