Eson 'N' Uselu.
And when I mean "Dry," I mean not suave or not smooth when they are trying to profess love or be romantic. Nigerian women have some quality-time-spending, generous women but.....why do their romantic gestures and words sound so fake, so unnatural as if they are imitating someone else? Even on the films, I can't help but burst out laughing when I see them trying to be romantic, its so awkward and I don't think that that is the desired result for the actors but gosh! Do you fine men out there have great romantic tales with ONLY Nigerian women to share that would change my views...men only please b/c I am sure every Nigerian woman out there will be up in arms to defend their fellow sisters. Thanks.