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chit-chat / watz all these nitpick on hausa girlz
« on: August 11, 2007, 04:08:38 AM »

hausa men nowadays complain much about their female couterparts.
they complain about behavior like lack of comittment,high level of materialism,deception,carefree attitude and so many more.
people are also connectin this attitude to the rampant failure of marriages nowadays and the increasin number of barchelors dat are
afraid of indulgin demselvs in a potential failure.
some fellows even tagged hausa girlz as long term investment(u hav to suffer a lot before gettin attention).some men recently prefer going out wit a girl from another tribe in order to dodge those nitpicks.i srongly go against dat cos i'm a conservative person(i enjoy gargajiya a lot),i think runnin away from the trouble isn't gonna solve any of the problems.but...
is it possible to have a hitch free relationship wit a hausa girl which can lead to a successful marriage?

note:i'm neither a male chauvinist nor a feminist,it just so discomfortin to be hearin those niptiks on our fellow female counterparts,besides they are our mothers.i hope the girlz in particular will give some remedies to this situation.

chit-chat / whats going on?
« on: August 05, 2007, 05:27:10 AM »
i visited here after a very long tym hopin to see some hot new topics,unfortunately i saw 4 -5 year old topics,
where is the creativity?
where is the fun?
where is the so called chitchat?
i thot chitchat means casual conversation,
its not lyk u guyz re dead or something,things do happens in ur day 2 day life,y dont u chat about it.
whats going on guys?

chit-chat / 5 things i hate about kanoonliners
« on: July 07, 2004, 04:31:31 PM »
1 they re out to continue with old friends rather than make new ones.

2 dey lack creativity.most of wat they use was stolen from other websites.

3 when dey speak english dey try to sound american rather than britain.

4 most of them are afraid of gettin their pics on da net(are we all too ugly to do dat).
5 they seem to lack interest in other vital areas such as education.

chit-chat / why guys use to reply for ummita
« on: February 04, 2004, 05:38:27 PM »
 they use to reply for ummita because her name is nice,and everybody want to brag that she knows him. :-[

chit-chat / richer than his culd permit
« on: February 02, 2004, 10:21:17 PM »
The richest man in Britain apparently was the Duke of Westminster with an estimated fortune of about ?10 billion, money made over four generations (400) years.

In comparison, the richest man in Nigeria with even more of a fortune was a soldier who is only 50 something and ruled the country for 8 years.

The joke is that the current president wants proof that this man was a thief who stole our money.

chit-chat / i'm not a nigerian,really!
« on: February 11, 2004, 10:30:57 PM »
A Nigerian man living in Sweden decided to marry a Swedish woman in order to be legally certified via resident status... but the woman was not aware of this. She felt he really loved her. Anyway, seeing that Nigerian men had a bad rap in that particular part of Sweden, our chap decided to lie to the lady. He told her he was from Uganda.

After being married a while, the lady came home one day and informed our man that she had just met another Swedish lady who had married a Ugandan and they must all have dinner together.

The Naija man was worried and wondered how he'd get out of this wahala (trouble). He postponed and postponed the dinner until he couldn't find anymore excuses.

Finally, the day came when they were to have dinner. The other Swede came in with her Ugandan husband and they all sat at the table. Our Naija guy was very quiet. "My own don spoil today" was all he could think.

The two Swedish ladies, wanting their husbands to mingle, being from the same homeland, asked them to speak to each other. "Hey! It's not every day you meet people from home.!"

Our Naija man, being a man of great sense, decided that he would just speak Yoruba, and the guy would probably assume he was from some part of Uganda where they spoke a different language. So looking across the table he said: "Egbon Eko ni mi se? Ni bo lo ti ja wa?"( In Yoruba, this means: "I'm a Lagos man. Where do you come from?")

The fellow looked up at our friend. His eyes lit up as he said: "Ah, bobo gan! Omo Eko ni mi Se! Omo Eko gan gan!" (In Yoruba, this means "Hey buddy! I'm a Lagos child. A REAL Lagos child.")

The End

chit-chat / nigerian police
« on: February 01, 2004, 10:43:53 PM »
A man was going around 1.00am alone in his car and got to a checkpoint.

The police man stopped him and asked for everything which he gave out.
The police had nothing to ask again, in order to charge him, guess what the police man said;

"I charge you for driving alone at this time of the day, if you come get accident now who go go tell your people ?" The man replied:

I'm not alone, Jesus Christ is with me here, Angel Gabriel, Angel Rapheal, Angel Micheal and five angels are with me here. The police man said:

"all these people inside this your small car ? I charge you for overloading.

chit-chat / who is fooling who ?
« on: March 20, 2004, 07:36:24 PM »
         i thought women are d one's that are being fooled but i later found out dat men are d one's, bcause women doesn't show their tru colours. but i don't know whether some people views it diffrently.

Member Poetry / there goes my friend
« on: February 01, 2004, 10:53:54 PM »
Like five and six; that was how we were.
No fighting, no crying, never once a tear.
The bond of friendship that held us together;
Ever so strong, even tighter than a fetter.

But one day, my friend;I saw him no more.
He was gone with the wind,like days of yore.
Why? you may ask and I surely will tell...
I won the lottery and my friends heart fell!

What happened to our love,where did it all go?
To the wind because my friend envied me so?
Maybe Cupid was on leave on that fateful day.
And then 'envy' came and pulled his arrow away...

Member Poetry / 20naira policeman
« on: January 29, 2004, 10:25:14 PM »
Each day is a 20 Naira day
for the Nigerian Policeman,
each vehicle, a potential prey,
so break all the laws you can.
They stand at the corner of the street,
eyes roving, alert as a cat,
they are waiting with clenched teeth,
ready for all, whether lean or fat.
Make sure you have the 20 Naira note.
Fold lengthwise, slip between you fingers,
your left hand hanging from your window - afloat,
be quick about the financial transfer,
as if you just gave him a handshake
he'll look the other way and you're free
you have given him his piece of cake,
and you have your cup of tea.
Its no secret, its common knowledge:
"make una give am 20 Naira, make we go"
a passenger says as if it was the pledge.
I look in a wander, to and fro
if he'll give it, if he'll take it,
and quickly the exchange was made,
eyes read the mind, the mind reads the eyes,
daylight corruption - not in a shade.
claiming to be looking for robbers,
trotting guns in full army gear,
asking "are you the owner of this car?"
They'll stop you if your car is new,
and if old, they'll think you're a runaway jaguda,
their case is a hot pot of stew
but 20 Naira gets you out, fast and clear.
At every 10 minute drive on the highway,
a roadblock - a 20 Naira toll gate,
going into greedy pockets, day by day,
The "friendly faces" are primary bait,
they'll charge you for what you never did,
a summary offence is what its called
when you refuse to pay the 20 Naira bail.
Conscience? where is their conscience,
as they put 20 Naira bribe food on the table,
pay their bills and send their children to school.
How will God bless those innocent kids,
reared with the 20 Naira bribe,
how can they become responsible citizens,
life father like son, like mother like daughter.
Its a shame, its a mystery
who will deliver us from this miry clay,
if you don't give, you'll be harassed,
if you do, just to save your neck
they are encouraged in their evil deed,
we are caught between a wall and a rock,
so why won't people break the law
when 20 Naira spells freedom.

Member Poetry / tha first kiss
« on: February 14, 2004, 05:32:26 PM »
a virgin girl acts like every other girl
she wonders what first taste of sex will be like
she wonders what true love is
she tries to picture what her dream man will be like
surely handsome and caring
she never plans to skip guys
but plans to stick to her 1st love
she expects loyalty from the 1st man to taste her honey pot
she expects him to swear to marry her and her alone
she expects him to be there before she calls, even at midnight
she is so happy she trusted the right guy and
believes it is a privilege to have him
he abuses her body day after day and does
not care about the repercussions
and when she misses her 'period', he takes to the bush
and if at all he surfaces
surely it will be with another girl
and he tells her: “I have always tried to make u
responsible, but behind my back, u were a bitch. I don't
want to ever set my eyes on you ever again".

Sports / predictions of the game between real and bayern
« on: February 20, 2004, 09:27:54 PM »
i want to know peoples views

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