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Err, would have rewritten this and changed ethnicity to tribalism (who writes these things tho? Eiishhh!), but I don't have pawa.

I agree with some and disagree with others. 

I have some to add: these VERY AVERAGE NIGERIAN MEN BOYS who place value on women according to their skin tone. Err, first off, real women do not need your validation. F*ck off!

I think I'm really riled up because two nights ago I had dinner at Ebar after work and the guys behind me, people's fathers by the way, were talking all shades of crap;

Yes, that fair one that came that day, she's coming tonight, but you no say the money go plenty well well.

*insert lecherous laughter*

I get one Russian babe, mehnnnnn, no be say she fine like that but as na whitey she be that na double...

Yeah, what about that half caste? Is she coming? Let her come with that her fair friend. Those girls are too expensive o! I no blame dem na, shey na because say dem yellow..

Five years ago nobody cared what your complexion or skin tone was. What happened, what changed


I hereby start a protest for every dark skinned runs girl, this discrimination must stop. LOL. Moving on...


So many things wrong with this country, where do I even begin? Please help me out and don't forget to add fanatical partisans willing to shed and lose blood over very well protected politicians chewing scrumptious chicken thighs in their bullet proof multimillion dollar homes and cars. 

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  1. Sad but true. Hmmmmmmmm.........

    Please add electricity to that list and extra marital affairs, yes, the rate at which this is happening is alarming. Women have 'so ji' too. Who's going to teach moral values to be taught to our children?

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  2. Runs girls, extra marital affairs and unemployment. Enjay and Thelma go to bed.

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  3. *who's going to teach moral values to our children? In the long run, the society is affected.

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  4. They left out "Electricity" and wrote "Men who don't go down"? The writer is a problem.

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    1. The writer is a problem. ROTFL Memphis I just can't. I've been trying for hours now to court sleep but this laughter has cleared the sleep from my eyes. Ngwa come and sing me a lullaby *straight face*.

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    2. Lamao. I can't deal biko.Lol

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  5. Make up artists, bleaching experts and instagram filters.

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  6. Electricity, social networks, fuel scarcity.

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  7. Electricity
    Religion
    Ethnicity
    ...
    All others are for the pun of it

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  8. Electricity and unemployment.
    For some reason I don't like fair women, dark skin any day all day

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  9. *Politicians *Electricity *Instagram *Unemployment... this light skin thing is still funny to me. hahaha

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  10. ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY ELECTRICITY.

    haven't had light for a almost a week. I have over worked my my Gen so much that it has started singing Reggae,hip-hop, rhythm&blues at the same time.
    HEAT HEAT HEAT
    Political Heat,Environmental Heat,Atmospheric Heat,Instagram Heat,Twitter Heat,Blog Heat, Official Heat, Commercial Heat,..................... PHEW i'm even too weak to kontinu

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    1. Yay!!!!" I'm fine my beloved sis. How you doing dearie?

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  12. Calling a high school graduate uneducated just Cuz he/she didn't attend a university??? Like seriously??? Meanwhile they go out there nd marry a high school drop outs. Plz tell me who's an illiterate??? Nigerians!!!!!!

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  13. Linda Ikeji ke!... Pls d writer is d problem.

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  14. lmao at LI. this person has no chill. politrickcians without fear of God. all of us with our self serving ways. unrelenting corruption. power, unemployment- did I mention above all little fear of God & no love of neighbour.

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  15. In addition,
    -Valueless Naira
    -Inflation

    -F

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    1. *wails* Valueless Naira! Huge problem!

      Linda Ikeji and Men who won't go down made me lol

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  16. -My ex boyfriend
    -unemployment
    -valueless naira
    -electricity

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