7 Things Nigerian Parents Cannot Tolerate

May 2, 2020

Nigerian parents can tolerate a lot, but there is a point when they draw the line and apply discipline. We made a list of the things you’ll do that will piss them off. Have you ever done anything on this list?

1. When you go out to buy something and you don’t put it inside nylon.

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Basically, you’re dead. Because how can you show the whole world what they sent you? Don’t you have home training?

2. When a stranger offers you food and you actually collect and eat it.

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Ah. You don’t even use to fear?

3. When you attend a party and eat everything they give you without bringing it home.

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That’s the only explanation for it: You’re definitely stupid.

4. When they ask you to go grind pepper and you pour the pepper away.

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Here lies our dear child, who for the sake of stupidity, poured the family’s meal away.

5. When you try to return what they sent you and the seller refuses to collect it from you.

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6. When they send you on an errand and you misplace the money.

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This is the beginning of your suffering.

7. When you interrupt an adult conversation.

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We have become mates that you can shuk mouth in my talk, abi? Vey good. Very good.

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