16 Things Nigerians Need To Stop Saying To Their Friends After A Breakup
September 22, 2015
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“What did you just say to me?!”
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“I’ve listened to my songs. It’s not like I’m getting heartbroken left and right out here. I’m just a talented songwriter, and an excellent writer as well.”
Marijuana would’ve been the name of a hot girl who loves to turn up at parties, and go out for brunch every Sunday.
If it’s not that you have coconut head, please tell us why you’re still with the person you were dating in January.
Nigerian mothers deserve the award for being the best in being passive-aggressive. I promise you that your mum has said at least five of these statements.
“To me, Pride is a celebration. It’s happiness despite everything happening — holding onto your community, checking up on each other.”
If you can date an Igbo woman or make pap without lumps, there’s no reason you should still be looking for a job.
Nigerian students have become more irritable by the ASUU strike —say any of these statements to them at your own risk.
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