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karamazov-alexei: baddragondildo: make a jersey shore movie when u go to buy a ticket you are shot Interesting idea.
crack-rocks-and-pink-matter asked: I love WizKid's remix to Azonto ♥
in-halcyon asked: is that you in your icon picture thingie? o_o you look different. :3
CUBA: A Foreigner's Thoughts on Race and Politics
blackacrylic: Cuba and I have a special relationship. I first came to the island with my friend Sarah in April 2011, encouraged after meeting two Cuban brothers in Uganda. Their father had immigrated to my country of birth as an economic migrant and his sons had followed to study. They showed me multimedia memories of home sent by their mother who had since relocated to Venezuela. We used...
Anonymous asked: When you refer to nigerian girls dating/attraction wise, to you specifically mean Naija-born, or American born with Nigerian ancestry (1st generation and on)?
Anonymous asked: why are Nigerian girls stuck up?
An Ode To My Country: Nigeria
The giant of Africa they call you, Your people mixed and diverse, Your scent an aromatic brew, The land a protective nurse. Cuisines of enticing taste, A zesty kick on my tongue, A feast to delight the palate. Speech of harmonious pace, Dialects beautifully strung, Nature’s own palette. Climate like heaven’s own space, Elements of rain, sun sprung, Envelope of air soft as a pallet, The giant of...
I still can't get over the fact that Olu Maintain...
Like my guy opun your eyes mehn. Couldn’t you hire a pretty African girl instead of that elongated banana-faced, tranny-looking mugu? Like ewww. You don fall my hand for dis nonsense. BTW, Im referring to this video.
So a lot of people misinterpreted my “hot cloth” post. It was meant to be funny, not serious. I was in no way insulting my parents, I was just poking fun at their “bushness”. Abeg, don’t inbox me any rubbish about “respecting my parents” and “they were on this earth longer than you” and blah blah blah. I hear that speech everyday, I don’t...
Anonymous asked: You're a virgin?
lipstickjungles replied to your post: Why do Africans think every injury can be cured by pressing it with a hot cloth? osaus that actually helps it add pressure to her ankle, you wouldn’t know you wasn’t born in Nigeria, ajell-butter “It helps add pressure to her ankle.” Why would you be adding pressure to a sprained ankle? I can tell dem born you for Naija. Mchewww!
Why do Africans think every injury can be cured by...
My sister sprained her ankle and my mom is pressing her ankle with cloth soaked with boiling water. Doesn’t she understand that it will have little to no effect? In fact it can make it even worse. I swear my parents are so bush. I can’t deal with this nonsense.
All the "popular" kids from middle school I forgot...