So you’re going through a breakup while living with Nigerian parents. To you, the world is ending but your parents are worried about why you haven’t cooked on a Sunday morning already. You’re in for a long ride and here are the details.
Is your memory is sharp enough to recognize these logos? Prove yourself:
This quiz will separate Nigerians with home training from those without home training. Find out where you fall:
Be a disappointment for the culture.
Did you grow up in a real Nigerian home?
If you live in a Nigerian home, you know that getting a tattoo is rough play. Nigerian parents are very dramatic when it comes to things like that. Your Nigerian father would constantly shake his head in disappointment every time he sees you while your Nigerian mother will scream and say you’ve killed her the […]
Only take this if you grew up in a Nigerian home.
There are a few things you can do in a Nigerian home that, while not technically illegal, definitely feel like they are. A few people shared examples that you’ll definitely relate to if you grew up with Nigerian parents. Here are 13 of the most apt: 1. This cardinal sin: 2. “Pressing phone…” 3. Somebody, […]
From the eba stick to the microwave cover.
Beating is too sure when these things happen!
If they happen in your home, run, something is wrong.
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