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Are Nigerian women "dry" part 2

Discussion in 'LOVE, MARRIAGE, THE SEXES' started by obude, Jul 25, 2004.

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  1. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    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.
     
  2. mimi victor

    mimi victor Well-Known Member

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    Uncle obude and our dear men even the BIBLE confirm it no man i say no man can fully predict a woman when is comes to romance or showing love may be not the general way some men wants or expect but their eyes hold a million clue for a men who know what to look for when you talk about faking yes maybe remember they are not made to turn in on and off like the men sometime can do that is why once they are hook they dont just let go easily so when they are acting you can tell because that is not their heart acting,
     
  3. Okestra007

    Okestra007 Mr. Lover Man

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    :fbreath :fbreath Let the battle of the sexes begin. :devil :devil
     
  4. kolinzo

    kolinzo Oodua4life

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    I've said it in part 1 of this thread, I think some of 'em are. Anyone's got problems? Holla at me! :imp
     
  5. olatoludipe

    olatoludipe BOSS LADY

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    I WILL ALWAYS SAY THEY ARE DRY. BUT YOU GUYS SHOULD MAKE SOME MOVE TO LADIES NOW ESPECIALLY IN HERE. LMAO they will know how guuuuuuuud you guys are.
     
  6. mamarita

    mamarita OJODTROUBLELOVER

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    Thank God your dry didn't mean what I think it meant, I'd have asked for your head on a sweet bowl!
    Privately I think its not in our culture or being so to say, to be romantic, and well personally, I'm not the romantic kind, all that I love you this and that, I don't believe in, I feel your actions and gestures should speak louder than your words, aka if I keep telling one I love them, chances are I really dont/
    I guess what am trying to say is that Nigerian women arent dry, their cooking and rubing your back and giving you bullshit for not calling them on time is their way of being romantic. Think about it.....
     
  7. olatoludipe

    olatoludipe BOSS LADY

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    I GIVE YOU 130% a big hands up to ur words
     
  8. thressa

    thressa Well-Known Member

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    Like mamarita said "Thank God your dry didn't mean what I think it meant." What is it that you men what anyway? what's that thing that make a man satisfied in a woman? is it the so-called romance that will keep the honeymoon forever? Obude now me am asking you man in the house. I want to know b'cos i can't seem to get the buzz about the Nigeria woman this, Nigerian women that.

    Even on the films, I can't help but burst out laughing when I see them trying to be romantic, its so awkward

    Obude from your comment it seems you already have a faint picture of the Nigerian women, even when they are true y'all just feel that so phony please stop!

    I presume your own phase of romance is--- ammo call you later sweety!! sweety i didn't hear from you today. Oh honey! i'm sorry i'll make it up to you. My leg hurts!! could you rub them for me, my back aches sugar, could you massage my back. Hey silly!!!!! come lets go have ***-------men that's fakism right there.
     
  9. Pete

    Pete Well-Known Member

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    Oh yeah? But that wouldn't be in all cases or for everybody, would it? Left for me, I'd say that some Nigerian women are romantic; some show it differently with their own "love language". It doesn't have to be a verbal expression, and that's not to say that verbally expressing one's feeling isn't appropriate. Besides, understand that one can't use what happens in a movie to judge real life situations. That some of these actresses seem to forceful spit 'em love lines does not mean every lady is that way in real life.

    Some of you ladies really need to learn how to say 'em lines romantically, and at the apposite time! That excludes the normal "I luvey dovey wovey you"! I said "apposite time" because, there are times u could say it, and your man replies back with "what was that for?" Also, try to show how u feel in ur own words or acts, avoid too much imitation! Figure out the “love language” that makes ur man feel loved. My 2 kobo.
     
  10. robeta_021

    robeta_021 Well-Known Member

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    True talk, thank you o jare.
     
  11. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    To me i feel Nigerian women are dry, even if you all are going to eat me up, how many Nigerian women knows how to Love, what they have is love of money, when you are down and out they are gone, the nigerian woman always say they are like the cap in your head, it can fall off any time if you are not care with it, do nigerian women know what love really is, even the so called women that have spent donkey years in Europe and America, still carry their old culture along with them affraid of doing things with the man even when they want to imitate the western they try to pretend to do things and try to be good affraid of doing things so that the boyfrind or husband would not think she is too spoilt, when do they really let go??,i think the best way they know how to say i love you is complaining about very thing you do, not calling them on time, or you calling and not staying long on line with them, wanting to know who called you very time your phone rings, feeling insecure, and when you ask them why all this, she will say I LOVE YOU THAT IS WHY< is that what love is??, common we men deserves better, ok.
     
  12. zelifat

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    Obude, sorry o! I think u've been mixing with the wrong kind of Nigerian women.So better search urself cos u're attracting the wrong ones. It is also kindda ignorant to generalise so sweepingly cos I know a lot of Naija women who are all heart, moi included, and stand by our men through thick and thin. fOR UR INFO, most Naija women at least in my generation now prefer to make it on their own financially so our depending on a man's money does not come in at all.
     
  13. Pretty Girl

    Pretty Girl Well-Known Member

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    Thank you o jare Zelifat, it's like you took all those words right out of my mouth. This Obude guy really needs to go do a thorough check on himself cause maybe that might be where the problem is :excite
     
  14. robeta_021

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    Abi o. Why is he generalizing so much?
     
  15. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    I do not need to do any check on myself, because i know the onions of the game, i am just saying what other's will not dare to say> to be realistic how many girls can play the game?/.
     
  16. obude

    obude Eson 'N' Uselu.

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    when I mean Nigerian women are dry it does not mean that they are all really dry, but when the percentage of those that are dry overcomes the good ones, then you will hardly notice the others.
     
  17. olatoludipe

    olatoludipe BOSS LADY

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    Wetin i dey say self. So y'all change this topic to ladies also. Men ladies are not dry. You don't want to mess around with a Nigeria lady, the way we dress self will get you off your hook. Men Nigeria ladies are not dry. Not at all but you Nigeria guys are to slow for all dem likings and they prefer to get some moreeeeeeeeeee.
     
  18. Pete

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    Oh puhleeese! Look at my previous post. Not all Naija men are dry; me, for example :p I'm 'wet'! And that goes for some ladies to; some of u really needs to learn how to please ur man. No offense, but that's the truth, ya heard?
     
  19. olatoludipe

    olatoludipe BOSS LADY

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    Some of the men really need how to pls a woman. Maybe nigeria movie star can make some advertisement on it. Nigeria ladies make a move first. Nig. Women are the hot ones. The men are dry as h*ll
     
  20. Pete

    Pete Well-Known Member

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    :roll Interesting. let's see how the demonstration will go...
     
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