There are many unforgettable songs we all sang during assembly in primary school. We don’t get to sing them as often these days because we’re older and depressed due to the crushing weight of capitalism, but as soon as you hear them, you are instantly transported back to easier times. We made a list of […]
This quiz will either trigger nostalgia or make you realize how old you are. Which will it be? Take the quiz below to find out:
If you grew up in the 90s/early 2000s, you must have read Supa Strikas. Well, here’s a fun quiz to remind you of way simpler times. How do you think you’ll perform? Try here:
Children’s day, a day set apart for kids. Like they don’t win at life already? You’re not paying bills or rent and you have a day to celebrate yourself? Get me their manager, please. On days like this, we can’t help but remember how good we used to have it so we wrote this article […]
If you attended a Nigerian primary school then this quiz should be a breeze for you. Give it a try below:
Christmas is coming. And for most of us, it no longer holds as much excitement as it did when we were children. Responsibilities and adulthood have changed us. But let’s throw it all the way back to when we were children. 1. By this time, cloth would have been bought. Either ready-made or cut and […]
Did you grow up on Nickelodeon?
If you have Nigerian parents then you’ll relate to one or more of the points on this list: 1) “It’s for your own good” They say this after beating you like you killed Jesus. Mummy and daddy, the constant beatings is why “half” of Nigerians have a BDSM fetish. They’re trying to recreate childhood “nostalgia.” […]
Were the clowns necessary?
I feel like every single person that grew up in Nigeria had the same childhood. So, that’s why this quiz shouldn’t be too difficult. Give it a try below: 11 Quizzes For People Who Grew Up In Nigeria Prove your Nigerian-ness. Take these quizzes.
If you grew up in the 2000s, then you did one or more of these things: 1) Using floppy disks. I can’t even remember what we used it for. Lmao. 2) Manually looking up words in a dictionary. Those small Oxford dictionaries suffered in my hands. 3) Waiting for Channels to show cartoons on Sunday. […]
I remember a time where needs were simple. All I did was play with friends, watch cartoons, eat, and pray for my parents to buy me presents. For boys growing up in the 90s and early 2000s, here is a list of toys that made our day: 1) Water gun. Police and thief was lit […]
If you grew up with your dad being the best thing since they invented Canadian PR, this post is for you. 1) When your mum says no, you always run to meet your dad. Hehehe. 2) Your mum’s face whenever she sees your dad indulging you. Don’t jealous me pls. 3) Your dad whenever you […]
The Netflix generation don’t know how good they have it.
Luth is/was a bubble. A slice of a slice of the world tucked away. If you went to Luth or you currently school there, chances are that you’ll relate to one or more of these. 1) River Luth. Let’s start by giving honor to whom honor is due. We shall not speak too much on […]
If you grew up in Nigeria, chances are that your Saturdays were lit. Thanks to the Cadbury Breakfast shows. How many of these shows can you guess based on their opening scenes? As a bonus, I added two other shows that weren’t a part of the Saturday lineup but were equally great too. How well […]
Sometimes, I sit down and make up alternate plots for events in my head. How well can you perform in this quiz where I describe old adverts and everyday reality using totally made-up descriptions? Give it a try below:
Father’s day is around the corner. To celebrate, I compiled a list of some of the most famous dads we grew up watching on TV. 1) Chief Chief! Kunle Bamtefa from Fuji House Of Commotion. 2) Oh-jigbi-jigbi. Papa Ajasco for life. 3) Forever a spice. Nobert Young in family circle. 4) This man was super […]
Who was Ali’s sister?
While ‘young’ is definitely subjective — at 27, I’d like to think I’m still young — what I can say is that the older you are, the easier you’ll find this quiz. So, ’80s and ’90s babies, here’s your chance to shine. Go ahead:
Do your milkshakes still bring the boys to the yard?
The last time we gave you Mo’hits quiz, you destroyed it. Let’s see how well you perform on this one. Only true P-Square fans should bother. Let’s start:
Growing up in a Nigerian home was an extreme sport. It was a fair mix of the good, the bad, and the flogging. For many children, these moments spelt serious trouble at home. 1) When you eat meat that was counted. Did you or did you not eat the meat is such a powerful question. […]
If you attended university in Nigeria, chances are that you can relate to one or two things on this list. Let’s take a walk down memory lane: 1) When the whole room starts sharing one bucket, one tube of toothpaste, one iron. 2) And sharing slippers too. 3) Then, you no longer hide your nakedness […]
If you were born after the year 2000, the chances of you doing great in this quiz are low. Let’s start:
Nostalgia is a tricky thing. One minute you are minding your business, the next minute, a picture has transported you back to 10 years ago. Most of the things on this list no longer exist. So, If you find this list relatable, congratulations, you are old. 1) Mtn midnight call. The glorious days of endless […]
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