1. An Ice Cream bowl with frozen soup in the freezer.
When u check d fridge after school and your mum refilled d ice cream bowl with egusi soup. pic.twitter.com/UIpwmA35E3
— Balo Mariotelli (@joebalotelli) April 3, 2015
2. Danish Cookies Tin with sewing equipment.
3. Those phone chargers for phones that were long gone.
4. That plastic bag filled with plenty of other plastic bags.
— R.G. Johnson (@jayRsayz) July 24, 2013
5. Trays, Mugs, and Bottle Openers from different Owambes.
In a Nigerian Family House nearly all mugs, bottle openers, serving trays and umbrellas have a wedding, christening or burial date on them
— Duke Cute (@DukeChuks111) January 26, 2014
6. Those clear plastic take away bowls with slight oil stains that never come off.
pic.twitter.com/fuuRI4IrXq there's no house chore as tidious as washing this bowl when its stained with palm oil
— KwameJnr (@BenMcCupid) July 5, 2015
7. Those plastic covers without any sign of matching bowls.
Even more than the number of bowls in the house.
8. Old tins of paint no one ever used.
Just sitting there in the store.
9. Old drugs in a bowl (mostly paracetamol).
I think one thing you must find in every Nigerian home is paracetamol. It cures almost every ailment. #ventwednesday
— Ochuko (@stlexy) July 22, 2015
10. A bunch of jerrycans.
Its like every Nigerian owns a keg
— BOLAJI (@Robertsmovic) May 24, 2015
11. That rechargeable lamp with a radio.
The one that gave us jams and light at the same time.
12. That remote control with a missing battery cover.
The hallmark of every Nigerian home is the remote control with the battery cover missing.
— Le Garçon. (@PyjamasRich) December 4, 2013
13. Two or more ‘Ghana must go’ bags.
Every Nigerian has a 'Ghana must go bag' somewhere in their house?
— Burnt Lighty (@King_of_LDN) December 23, 2013
14. That reliable Philips iron.
Thanks for your services to our great nation. pic.twitter.com/rGBjmXqemy
— Adedapo Awofisayo (@DapoAwofisayo) March 1, 2015
15. That bowl with a wedding sticker on it.
Every Nigerian has a bowl like this in their house pic.twitter.com/L6FXUCq8
— U Money (@Lmfao_Uby) November 8, 2012
16. A stack of old newspapers.
Nigerians keep old newspapers
— STRANGER//OBINNA (@Habulolo_) December 5, 2012
Did we miss anything?