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Dating Oyinbo

Discussion in 'LOVE, MARRIAGE, THE SEXES' started by The One, Jul 14, 2004.

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  1. Gen Sani Abacha

    Gen Sani Abacha SUPREME DICTATOR

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    How I no go wish my minister for special duties well ? You're supposed to strike the first blow in my new coup attempt. Overthrow my Zamfaran namesake, while I take out the joker in Aso Rock. We can the announce our own revolution to the nation. I give you the honour of making the first broadcast. :biggrinsa
     
  2. Tajmahal

    Tajmahal Well-Known Member

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    I thought I was supposed to be Min. of Finance? That was settled at the Kitchen Cabinet meeting (not PRC oh).

    Am relishing the opportunity now: "Pello Nigerians, I General Tajmahal of the Inpantory Dibision of the NA announces the bloodless take-ober of the inept, carrapt...........................All committees, Houses of Assembly,.....................DISSOLBED!!! :excite
     
  3. dododudu

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    CHAI!!! back when NR was NR! And people were open with their tots and opinions without fear of being attached by PMS people and grammarians!

    E don tey wey this oyinbo matter dey bother people for here O!
    lol
     
  4. nike007

    nike007 Well-Known Member

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    Haha!! I knew angel would be here, well the guy i am quasi-dating kinda, is latino, well his grandparents are mexican, but he has lived here his whole life....i feel though that when we walk around, i get this "i go pour acid for ur face" look from black guys and latino girls....ah well....
     
  5. ddizzle

    ddizzle Aunty!

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    Oyinbo's are not bad I have stepped out of my boundaries and dated a few just to broaden my perspective on men as per not limiting myself but looking at My friend linda's predicament I dont know if i can marry Oyinbo o.. Lindas man everytime he drinks calls her derogatory words and threatens her... not that I am saying all men are the same but if i do mine has to come with non-alchoholic symptoms..make i no land untop TRU TV make dem come tok sey i dey missing as I trust sey my mama go call Obama tell am sey if dem no produce ha daughter na FIRE
     
  6. ddizzle

    ddizzle Aunty!

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    Simi dont kill me o... but nawa o... u be smooth babe o... u dey find bed...ironically you ended up in the bed...CHAMPION....where the bobo sef... e for don become group sales manager so did u get the bed HALF PRICE i want you to teach me as i will be going in to BEST BUY tommorow... :) just pullIN ya girl...glad to see u stayed on NR
     
  7. dododudu

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    Hee hee hee...and I checked, I did not even make any comment on this old thread, which is strange!! (hmmm....maybe I had a different user name then...)
    My dear, una all already know my stand on oyinbo, so, make I no sound like broken record here, but some of the comments on this thread are sure cracking me up!!! lol

    I wonder (6 years after this thread was started), how many of the writers still feel same way about dating or not dating oyibo? And how many likely married oyibo etc etc? am really curious..... :D

    let the frif frack right here!
     
  8. dododudu

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    Interesting !!! 6 years after, we ACTUALLY do have a REAL-LIFE Kitchen Cabinet!!
    This Tajmahal dey see vision!!! And IBB really wants to 'take-ober'!!! na wah!! Shows Naija is on a Political merry-go-round.....same 'ol same 'ol
     
  9. Village-Boi

    Village-Boi Well-Known Member

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    Dis na first time I see this thread and I skipped most of the pages - boring. I no go lie I find it kinda silly to be honest. Love na love, e no matter weda de person black, white, green, yellow - human being na human being.

    Na just becose we come from one 'up-we-azz' society where people too dey judge and hate and talk sh*te, dats why people dey say "I no fit love oyinbo, my great grand mama go beat me"... really, who gives a toss what she thinks?.. If you fall in love with Chinko or Pakistani please go for it. Aftarall no be we Naija guys wey have to buy wife and women ya fada dey sell you??

    De whole world now na small village. Enjoy life, make you chop anything and everything under the sun. No do like de Englishi wey go go Okokomaiko begin ask with dat dem skwiki, skwiki voice 'English breakfast please'. Experience cultures, e full out there.

    Teehee!
     
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  10. barbarellanoir

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    ^^^^^real talk!
     
  11. Village-Boi

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    Thanko, It had to be said. I was reading responses and my my was going "Nah, you gotta be kidding me!"
     
  12. khamileon

    khamileon Well-Known Member

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    Kwik kweshion sweetie,
    how can u date somebody you cant marry? I just dey try to figure the real meaning of that. Tenks
     
  13. ddizzle

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    dating casually can be different from dating to marry o...sometimes it begins as casual then it progresses from there I just said that because some peoples experiences have been nothing to write home about and as much as i cant look at the joneses i must at least learn from dem o....i dont know in my perspective is "i am still unsure if i can"

    Time will tell..
     
  14. Sifu

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    I think Khamileon meant dating as in you are in a relationship with the person. Some people do not just date just to date. They only date people that see a potential life partner in. Going on a few dates is a totally different thing from "dating'
     
  15. ddizzle

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    Dating is A form of romantic courtship between two individuals who may or may not expect marriage...i have answered him
     
  16. sidney

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    I one time thought I could never marry an oyinbo... But I was completely mistaken....... Love, thank goodnes, is colorblind....
     
  17. khamileon

    khamileon Well-Known Member

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    Chai! u be winch o!
    ... Still thinking, why would you shag somebody you cant marry?
    By the way Sifu, are u Male or Female?
    Thanks
     
  18. khamileon

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    Sweetie wetin concern you wif other people tori?
    I know peeps might slam me for this, but I will still say it regardless, if any Naija girl comes to me for advice on picking between a Naija guy and a white guy I normally tell and encourage them to go for the white guy with convincing facts to support my choice.. I have traveled a bit (Belgium, Italy, Spain, France, uk, The Us) and spent time with our Naija peeps…. Some telling me deep personal stuff. and I base my decision on these and with what I have seen. Most of my female friends that are married to whites are living a life you might call fantasy.. Their husbands pamper them and treat them so well. So my dear if you are dating a white guy and he is good to you, my advice is marry him! Don’t listen to anybody including your parents, I say marry him! This is not to say Naija peeps are not good o! Cos I know I am a very good person and don’t need anybody to tell me, and there are millions of Naija people that are good and better than me. Still I say marry the Oyinbo if he is good to you. For one, the case of Mother-in laws that most Naija girls are worried about is eliminated cos most white mother-in laws needs your permission to even visit your house.. lol….tori plenty if u wanna continue this
     
  19. ddizzle

    ddizzle Aunty!

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    Are we looking at this from a religious stand point at bolded....
     
  20. ddizzle

    ddizzle Aunty!

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    Time will Tell Khami... Its the type of man and not his race that guarantees a blissful marraige. Your female friends have their great stories and are enjoying their lives and many more to them... but on the flipside there are also stories of dividing and racial issues. Sidney clearly stated and i agree with him now... Love is colorblind and i will stick by that...For now lets just say i am in lust...

    I live in the midwest and as this is is the 21st century there are still some racial boundaries... We may love each other but his parents still have their opinions . Every Sunday is black joke time...can i endure this for the rest of my life "I dont Know" My mother has never advised me not to marry Oyinbo she simply says whomever will make you say will treat you good is who you should end up with.

    Time will tell
     
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