13 Food Habits Of Nigerians You Should Never Date

July 28, 2020

If the Nigerian you’re interested in dating does up to 7 of the things on this list, bounce them. If you’re already dating them, then you need to immediately block them everywhere, change your identity and leave the country.

1. They turn old stew into jollof rice.

These ones never let things go. You’ll be having the exact same argument for 3 years straight.

2. They eat jollof rice with stew.

These ones are never content. They will cheat on you within the first week of your relationship.

3. They sacrifice the first layer when peeling onions.

These ones are impatient. They will break up with you if you breathe too loudly.

4. They tear pure water bags from the middle.

These ones are sociopaths. They might just kill you in your sleep.

5. They mix 3 or more different soups together.

These people will never be satisfied with just you. Prepare to share them with your entire estate.

6. They don’t wash their hand properly after peeling yam.

These ones are just dirty. They will give you a few STIs within a month.

7. They eat the first and last slices of bread.

These ones don’t have standards. They will cheat on you with someone much uglier, and we all know that’s the one that pains the most.

8. They start eating the dodo before they’re done frying the rest.

These ones don’t have self-control. Don’t be surprised if they end up sleeping with most of your family members.

9. They re-heat cold noodles.

nigeria national assembly renovation 27bn

These ones are cultists. Stay way from them.

10. They eat their meat first.

These ones are chaotic. They will scatter every single aspect of your life.

11. They choose salty popcorn at the cinema.

These ones are just wicked. That’s the only explanation. Do you want to be with someone that has a black heart?

12. They boil their egg and Indomie in the same pot.

These ones are greedy. If you even smell a gift throughout your relationship, it will be by accident.

13. They like semo.

These ones simply have terrible taste. They are not to be trusted.

Join The Conversation

Bring a friend.

You'll like this

Watch

Now on Zikoko

November 28, 2022

Just hours to the planned November 26, 2022 resumption of operations on the Abuja-Kaduna railway corridor, the Federal Government announced a postponement. It’s not the first time the government has postponed a planned resumption since terrorists attacked the railway corridor in March. But more than the government’s erratic announcements and postponements, Nigerians remain worried about […]

Recommended Quizzes

December 29, 2021

A new year is right around the corner. Before we go into 2022, enjoy some of our top quizzes from this year. 1. QUIZ: Only Nigerian Gen Z’ers Can Make It To The End Of This Musicians Quiz Forget about your age. If you can make it to the end of this quiz, you’re definitely […]

June 14, 2020

Have you ever been with someone so horrible that you swore to never date again? Yes? Well, do you know that one or more of your exes probably feels the same way about you? You never thought about that, huh? Thankfully, this quiz is here to let you know just how much of a hassle […]

February 26, 2020

Are you all set for marriage, or are you still figuring it out? Well, if you’re curious to know the answer, then this is the quiz for you. All you have to do is create your own ideal Nollywood wedding film, and we’ll tell you if you’re ready to say “I do”. Go ahead:

More from Chopist

Watch

Trending Videos

Zikoko Originals

September 13, 2022
Vs The World is a Zikoko original video series that follows best friends Astor and Hassan as they take on the world.
August 23, 2022
Zikoko Ships is a Zikoko Original series where we invite two people who share a relationship to play the Zikoko card games
December 14, 2020
What happens when a group of chatty young Nigerians talk about things they're passionate about? You get Nigerians talk. A show that discusses very familiar struggles for the average Nigerian. From relationship deal breakers to sex education with Nigerian parents to leaving Nigeria, be prepared for a ride.
November 2, 2020
'The Couch' is a Zikoko series featuring real life stories from anonymous people.
October 26, 2020
A collection of videos documenting some of the events of the EndSARS protests.
June 22, 2020
'The Couch' is a Zikoko series featuring real life stories from anonymous people.
June 22, 2020
Hacked is an interesting new series by Zikoko made up of fictional but hilarious chat conversations.
June 4, 2020
What happens when a group of chatty young Nigerians talk about things they're passionate about? You get Nigerians talk. A show that discusses very familiar struggles for the average Nigerian. From relationship deal breakers to sex education with Nigerian parents to leaving Nigeria, be prepared for a ride.
June 2, 2020
Quickie is a video series where everyone featured gets only one minute to rant, review or do absolutely anything.
May 14, 2020
Isolation Diary is a Zikoko series that showcases what isolation is like for one young Nigerian working from home due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Z! Stacks

Here's a rabbit hole of stories to lose yourself in:

Zikoko amplifies African youth culture by curating and creating smart and joyful content for young Africans and the world.
X