8 Types Of Nigerians And Their Reactions To The WhatsApp Dark Mode

March 4, 2020

WhatsApp has just entered the dark mode club, joining the leagues of apps that have met the demand of users who can’t get enough of the feature since it became a thing.

This is Nigeria, and people here take news like this differently. These are the types of people you’d have to deal with now that WhatsApp dark mode is a thing.

The Nigerian mother who think these are signs of the end time

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It’s 2020, but Nigerian mothers still don’t trust any shade of black. This dark mode revolution can only mean that the antichrist is getting ready to come for us all.

Another Nigerian mother or father wondering who messed with their phones

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We know they can’t adapt to change. By the way, if you charge them for helping them revert to light mode, you’re going to hell.

The tech bro who thinks it’s a giant technology stride

“The development and acceptance of the new WhatsApp dark mode is the confirmation we need that the human race has now entered a new realm of civilisation…”

Chill bro, it’s not that deep. It’s only a colour.

The unsatisfied person who wants more

Ahem, We will get a new Rihanna album before Twitter considers that edit option, so never.

The person who sees an opportunity for a masterclass

The game is the game. 

The secret haters

Please, what’s the connection?

The person who thinks they have arrived because their phone is compatible with the dark mode feature

Go and sit somewhere, biko.

The person who decides to chase peace of mind

WhatsApp dark mode won’t get anyone into the kingdom of God.

One more thing, we will like to have a word with you if you don’t like the dark mode. Read what we have to say here.

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