Yoruba demon = player in this context. One gender has bad PR for being a player so we decided to level the playing field. Kings, if you see any of these signs, it’s a red flag. Immediately nip it in the bud. 1) She communicates when there’s a problem. It’s a distraction from the fact […]
Even though Nigerian men and women pretend, they are a match made in heaven or maybe hell… Here are a list of things men do that some women find hot. 1) Wearing a tiny gold chain. Many Nigerian women can die over this one. Especially for those military guys that wear dog tags. 2) Rolling […]
“A Week In The Life” is a weekly Zikoko series that explores the working-class struggles of Nigerians. It captures the very spirit of what it means to hustle in Nigeria and puts you in the shoes of the subject for a week. The subject for today is Toyin, a 28-year-old proposition manager at a financial […]
Over the weekend, I asked my female friends who live alone the most difficult part for them. Here’s what they had to say: Mariam/21. “I have the compulsive feeling that I am being watched. And I live in a three-storey building. So, when I am doing anything, I feel like someone is watching me. It’s […]
Forget all you have read in those dusty magazines about what women love. Because we care about you so much, we have curated some of the best things you can do to change the game. Let’s start: 1) Sleep and give her peace of mind. Nothing beats peace and quiet. 2) Cuddle. Romance. 3) Gist […]
Today’s story counts the costs of what life is like living with illnesses like fibromyalgia and Poly Cystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS).
Ever watched one of those Hollywood movies with serial killers doing serial killer shit and just started shuddering? Movies like Seven and The Silence of Lambs? From troubled childhoods to bouts of insanity or using a particular motif, serial killers in movies usually have a very peculiar pattern that boils down to a “why” and“how”. […]
We tried to give them answers too.
Cunny man die, cunny man bury am.
Maybe we need to find a way for feminists and all the angry people to sit down and talk.
Please just stop.
Growing up a Nigerian girl has to count as work experience, right?
People cannot even calmly discuss something again.
If she asks if you have eaten: Green Light!
But why can’t this hair just cooperate?
Because women make the world go round!
Make it stop!
Old school is too cool!
And we’re super proud!
Absolute life savers.
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