Are Nigerian women "dry" part 2

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robeta_021

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blackbutterfly said:
Small minds! Abi, person can't use eye observe something? Why does everything have to be fight with Nigerians, abeg? I have seen women in movies, I have women in my family and I have female firends...what is your problem? Why do I have to have slept with a woman to note that they don't seem comfortable with their sensuality? Again, small minds.

You have a lot of issues, I hope you know that.
 

robeta_021

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j-hi said:
Have u guys noticed that Naija guys who have stayed here are more romantic/sensual etc than those who just recently landed from Naija?

They are? :eeek. I kinda agree with you. I believe it all boils down to the guy's personality. Some are just not romantic in nature even if they've been in the States or Europe their whole lives.
 

blackbutterfly

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robeta_021 said:
You have a lot of issues, I hope you know that.
You can join Ms. bluestocking on the line behind me as well, darling. There is a thread here whereby someone has referred to the same thing I was saying in my original thread but using men as an example...there was no problem but b/c I said it using women, I have issues, abi? I repeat: SMALL MINDS! Make that SMALL, NARROW MINDS!
 

robeta_021

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#67
Pete said:
so, that means that some Naija women are actually dry, while some are as hot as brimstone!

Same goes for the guys, some are romantic, some are NOT! Guys, every woman is not the same, we are all unique in our own way, aiight?
 

robeta_021

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#68
blackbutterfly said:
I am yet to meet and born and raised Nigerian woman who is sensuous...its seems most of them think to be sensuous is a sin or they would be considered "ashawo." The Nigerian women that I have seen to have sensuality were bred elsewhere. Just what I've observed, this is not an absolute fact for those who are always on the look out to pounce on other people's opinion.

It depends on what you men by "sensuous," it has different meanings and uses. Which one are you talking about. You seem to dish out all sorts of "big words" without being specific.
 

robeta_021

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#69
blackbutterfly said:
You can join Ms. bluestocking on the line behind me as well, darling. There is a thread here whereby someone has referred to the same thing I was saying in my original thread but using men as an example...there was no problem but b/c I said it using women, I have issues, abi? I repeat: SMALL MINDS! Make that SMALL, NARROW MINDS!

You are full of it.
 
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omosexy

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why does every thread have to cause a commotion? grow up people!!!!!!!!! all y'all' had to do was reply to the message without refering to the person with the opinion! That's why it's called OPINION!!!!!!!! Naija sis' we need to grow up a bit man!!!!!!!

Get the redness outta ur eyes!!!!!!!!!!
 

j-hi

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omosexy said:
why does every thread have to cause a commotion? grow up people!!!!!!!!! all y'all' had to do was reply to the message without refering to the person with the opinion! That's why it's called OPINION!!!!!!!! Naija sis' we need to grow up a bit man!!!!!!!

Get the redness outta ur eyes!!!!!!!!!!
Isn't that what usually happens when opinions clash? as long as it's all in the name of fun, i think we 'aight
 

blackbutterfly

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#73
robeta_021 said:
It depends on what you men by "sensuous," it has different meanings and uses. Which one are you talking about. You seem to dish out all sorts of "big words" without being specific.
By "sensuous" I mean "DRY"...unromantic, not aware of having the power to seduce a man...I think at home women are so afraid to be so called "ashawo" or a "sinner" when they own up to being a romantic, viable, sexy, beautiful woman that they go to the extreme end by hidding it. When they leave Nigeria, I think they are freer to just own that power.

And for your info..I started the thread with "Are Nigerian men DRY?" referring to our men not being smooth, sexy or romantic enough then someone used it to spurn this thread referring to women. There were no issues when we discussed men BUT some women seem to have a problem with this being used for women as well which has led to me being accused to being a lesbian and all kinds of foolishness.

Also you really think "sensuous" is a "big" word? Wow! I can't even go there with you on that one! And if you think the word had so many uses and definitions, why didn't you list them so I could make a choice since I wasn't be so specific?
 

sweet

Enchanting Afro Princess
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you know what i think it all depends on the individual be it man or woman. On a scale 0f 1- 10 though, from what i have observed (0-most dry and 10 -wet)
women who are naijas, and are residing aboard 7
women who are at home 3
men who are naijas and are residing aboard 8
men who are at home 2
 
#79
Hi Guys,
d only thing wey i wan say be our women fit dey romantic well well .if u never see one maybe u never reach the right babe kingdom abi di thing wey u sef dey find no dey for this world. Me i know say for this our obodo nigeria the girls no bad at all. I wish say u go come see yankee women wey tru tru u fit think say them dey play well well but the thing wey go come out of 80% of their friendship u sef go regret say u sabi them. As for say our girls dey dey too plastic when them dey act na tru tru. Them need to be themself. If producer see say girl no fit for di role well well make them no dey force am....Any way most of them be oga pasero and oga no wan offend am so u see u wey say nigerian women no sabi dey romantic na inside which book we go come write that scene?.........na me oh ELENAIJA and i be correct niger babe tooooooooo
 

Pete

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robeta_021 said:
C-H-I-N-E-K-E!!!!!!!!!! Wetin dey happen here?! P-E-T-E where you and Hafseedee dey "meet?" eh? You don enter my soup today! :guns
You know I like "entering" ur soup :stretch. What was the last one sef? Yea, Ogbono soup, with some Okazi and lotsa stockfish, Mmmm... Ogbonooo :spiny:
 
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