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How Girls Act In Yaba Market.
















Hahaha. Yaba and Bolugun market πŸ˜‚. I'm legit number 1. Where are the number 8s ? You're the type of friend I'm looking for πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰








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  1. lol... I'm more like No. 7... but they don't grab ass na... or do they? Maybe a friendly hand-holding and gentle arm rubbing, but ass grabbing? I haf never hexperienced dat before.

    on a different note, I was in Balogun market few weeks ago and nearly got into an argument with an agbero cos he felt I wasn't walking fast enough and blocking his way. the moment he said "I will just slap you", I quickly got sense sharperly and shut my mouth. cos I knew he could slap me there and then and nothing will happen. If they ask me who I'm fighting with what will I say?...lol

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    1. You will say two fighting.LOL.
      I hardly go to Balogun,not familiar with that market at all. Let them not gaan show me on HENTEEHEY as a missin purlzin.
      I am No.3. and when they won't let me be in yaba, I will say, "Oya,show me your shop let me even see what you have." Immediately he turns expecting me to follow behind, I head on opposite direction and get lost in the crowd.#Notime

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    2. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ ase oooo ti e le Ada_ugo πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      Comon slap threat πŸ€£πŸ˜‚
      You fall my hand big time πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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    3. lol @ kabuoy...my dear, the distance between his hand and my face was looking mighty close!!.... i'm "bolder" from afar!

      @Bloggitup, haha... I like your style

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  2. Hahahahahah this post reminds me of a time,I think 6-7 yrs ago I escorted my cousin to Yaba Market in search of "fish" skirt & top as that was the dress code for the party that night. She had just 5k and all the boutiques in my vicinity were all too expensive.I told her "See,you can get it for a little lesser than 5k sef if you go to yaba" on hearing that my cousin pulled my hand and off we went to the market.
    Yaba Boy: My colour, Wetin una wan buy,I get everything from pedapusha,BOMBshot even MOOKASIN shu. In his thick igbo accent.
    Us: Fish skirt &top or fish dress
    Yaba Boy: (seeing that he didn't have what we wanted to buy he stopped being nice)This place resemble babish? see them, Mamiwater. Una nor go meet una mama for babish make she give una fish skeit and blaz. common getawehia!

    We laughed ehn, it even annoyed him more.(hahahahah)

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    1. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
      I thought only Ibadan/Ilorin women insult the living day light out of you when it's clear you're not gonna buy what you are pricing πŸ€£πŸ˜‚

      This one is on another level oooooπŸ€£πŸ˜‚

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    2. lmao, took me few seconds to decipher what you meant by babish

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  3. I'm definitely Number 4πŸ™ˆπŸ™Š
    Maybe not exactly insult you and your generation but I'm definitely not letting it slide. I will call you out on it one time! And let everyone around me know you're a perv and a sick fowl!πŸ™ŠπŸ˜‚

    I remember sometime last year, my mom, kid sis, sunshine and I went shopping at balogun. They were all walking ahead of me cuz I was taking my sweet time... it was not a rowdy market day. There was space for everyone to walk without hitting the person next to you or in front of you... next thing, this very silly guy got so close to me, swung his arm enough to hit my bum.

    (Of course he acted like it was a mistake)
    Me: Ahn ahn! 😧 Mr. Ogbe, can't you see road abi is there no space to pass. Why must you walk soo close to the extent of hitting my bumbum.

    Perv: Ahn ahn... wetin dey dia sef... why I go wan touch your yansh. Wetin dey dia.
    (Their first weapon is to shame you into either looking stupid or paranoid)
    I wasn't having any of it.

    Me: Something is definitely wrong with you. There's enough space to pass... yet you came so close and "mistakenly" swung your arm to the direction of my bumbum.
    You're now asking me stupid questions... something is definitely wrong with you.

    Perv: *yoruba insults....* *threats...*
    I will slap you...

    Me: come and slap now πŸ˜πŸ˜’ *long hiss*

    And I just walked away.... too many crazy people walking around.

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  4. I don't stay in Lagos so I wouldn't know.

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  5. No 3. Plus when i am in the mood i will finish them in my Igbo dialect.

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  6. Most times I just ignore them. This makes me remember the day Iyanu and I went to get stuff for me to is at Nysc camp. Immediately we got there we were surrounded by 6 guys whom pratically blocked our entrance to the market. The guys were each telling us to patronize their stores. It's like by experience these guys usually know what one wants to buy. Each was saying I have white short, I have waist purse e.t.c. it was so annoying, and any attempt to move away was blocked by the guys. Their voices were even drowning out own. Me that my voice is even very tiny. It was not funny at all. Thankfully one woman came and said we are her customers and the guys should leave us alone. If not my annoyance was getting to that point where if they try any more rubbish I was ready for them.

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  7. Where is the bum bum for anyone to grab? Arm touching and breast brushing is more what I see. In response, I alternate between smacking their hands away, giving them the evil eye and respectfully telling the more lewd ones of how their ancestors and generations unborn will be ashamed to be associated with them😁. Insult ke? Spirit filled sisters like us don't go that far!πŸ˜‡

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  8. Number 4
    I hate that thing they do...

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  9. Def number oneπŸ˜‚


    One time in Uni, my mum took Kabuoy and I to yaba to get clothes for school, as we were walking between the stalls, that's how one guy just grabbed me and gave me full frontal hug and ran away. I'll never forget that day, I was shocked for almost a minute, I couldn't say anything, I was so mad 😑 also. For days after, I kept thinking about all the things I could have done to him if he didn't run awayπŸ˜‚. The hatred I have for Yaba market is unparalleled.

    I remember a few years ago, I think 2005. For some reason, it was popsie that took Kabuoy and I to Yaba that day, omo, I think my daddy punched somebody that day oπŸ˜‚

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