14 Pictures Every Nigerian Will Remember About Following Their Parents To Parties

May 30, 2016

1. When they tell you to dress up and you say you don’t want to go.

Better go and wear cloth.

2. You, waiting for you parents to now get ready:

Hian! On top party I don’t even want to attend.

3. When you go 3 hours late and you’re still the first family to arrive.

What the hell?

4. When the only people there are your parents’ friends, so you just sit in a corner like:

Why am I even here?

5. When they make you greet every single adult there.

See assignment.

6. The food they give you vs. The food they give them:

Is it fair?

7. “You better eat now, because I’m not cooking when we get home.”

Can’t come and carry last.

8. The only part of the party you looked forward to:

YES LORD!

9. Your parents, when they are spraying money vs. Your parents, when you ask them for money:

Na wa for una.

10. When your parents force you to stand up and dance.

Ugh! Am I the entertainment?

11. How your dancing intensifies when adults start spraying you money:

Shake it for the cash.

12. When they start using you to brag:

Uhm. Actually…

13. When they pack leftovers from the party and make you carry them.

Hay God!

14. When they say “we are going home” but they already said that 2 hours ago.

CAN WE GO?

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