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Are Nigerian women "dry" part 2

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mealone

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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.....
Where is Mamarita??
 

Village-Boi

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Where is Mamarita??
Teehee na you bring this kata-kata come back for 2013 under the pretex of 'finding ya friend Mamarita'? Chei, the kwishion sweet you no lie!

if this question were posed today, how would obude answer it?
i think that most girls are embracing their "wetness" now. :happy0194:
Embrace wetin? You nefa reach mine fillage recently. Try romance and fillage-gial go carry pestle and baseball persin head out of stadium!

On the "If na today persin ask this kwishion..." my answa go be the same - Can't put the blame on Nigerian women, simples. At the end of the day na 'Nigerians' can take one style dry bekos 'Praying & Fasting plc' swept romance under the carpet... how many Naija couples you don see wey dey waka for road holding hands? I've seen zilch!
 

Sifu

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Hahahaha why in the world do you want to be a responsible adult? I beg spill the beans nah!!
Spill which beans now? Abeg I just want to cause trouble. Das all. How can a Nigerian man of all people be asking why Nigerian women are "dry"








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