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Hmmm...Married Vs Single

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ssergit

..still The Drama Queen!
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:D

yes, I miss you too! lolol. E don tey I never be center of attention here on NR! Haba! .....

What were you hoping to read? Hee Hee Hee.

OK, back to the thread topic.
Yes keh, married life is very different from single life! Like as I am writing now, all I want for dinner is simply Chipotle Quesedilla with a cold bottle of smirnoff!! BUT NOPE! I am far far away from Briggs Chaney Road's Chipotle in yankee!!!! :crying: and hubby loves naija food more!

Oya, I gots to run to the kitchen! Dinner time. :)
 

ssergit

..still The Drama Queen!
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Give him the Quesedilla jor. Just sprinkle crayfish on it
No Quesedilla here my dear. Or I never see any restaurant that caters to that here. Last time i tried to eat 'American' food for Accra mall, and got a shriveled looking Burger, I gave up!

I truly miss American food! And I mean the real, fresh (whether it is preservative-full sef) and the care in the making! Last time I saw a hair/weave-on strand in my food here, I was told 'Sorry ma'! I didn't even get the yankee 'payment-waiver' to avoid lawsuit! smh.

Dang it! I miss HOME! Yes! Yankee!

And just to kill that myth say dem no dey take light for Ghana! LIE! They do! (but not daily or for days like naija sha)...but we still use generator here kwa....
 

Sifu

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You will have better luck suing yourself. This is AFRICCAAAAAAAAAAAA. LOL. Maybe you can visit from time to time. Something to always look forward to I guess
 

kolinzo

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Come o...so you cook for ya husband? :shock You know this is very rare in this day and age right?

As for Ghana light, I told those wey dey believe Ghana better pass Naija myth go soon blow for dia faces.
 

ssergit

..still The Drama Queen!
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You will have better luck suing yourself. This is AFRICCAAAAAAAAAAAA. LOL. Maybe you can visit from time to time. Something to always look forward to I guess
I know! :sweat:...you would think dem for give me extra beef or chicken piece for compensation. smh.
if na Yankee, dat automatically becomes "You don't have to pay ma'am, we are really sorry, have a nice day"
 

ssergit

..still The Drama Queen!
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Come o...so you cook for ya husband? :shock You know this is very rare in this day and age right?

As for Ghana light, I told those wey dey believe Ghana better pass Naija myth go soon blow for dia faces.
For Why kwa? I've always loved cooking, I cooked for myself as a single lady, na why I no go cook as married chica? We are thinking of getting a house help that would do the cooking sometimes....but, I honestly DON'T think I am comfortable with anyone cooking food for us in the house O!(unless na once in a blue moon)... Besides all wetin person dey see for Nollywood movies with house helps and stuff, I was NOT brought up that way. Growing up, even when we had loads of extended family living with us that should have been helping with household chores, my parents still 'burdened' me with the task of cooking! The usual words were "you are a woman, go and cook so that you would not starve your husband! And these other girls are somebody's children too, they are not your servants!" from age 13???? PARENTS!!!!!

The other day I was wondering, so, what if I had married a white man, all that isi-ewu, onugbu soup, ogbono soup, edikaikong, nsala, nkwobi, ugba etc delicacies would have been wasted on him, because na sandwich and gourmet meals I would have had to perfect!
 

blackbutterfly

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For Why kwa? I've always loved cooking, I cooked for myself as a single lady, na why I no go cook as married chica? We are thinking of getting a house help that would do the cooking sometimes....but, I honestly DON'T think I am comfortable with anyone cooking food for us in the house O!(unless na once in a blue moon)... Besides all wetin person dey see for Nollywood movies with house helps and stuff, I was NOT brought up that way. Growing up, even when we had loads of extended family living with us that should have been helping with household chores, my parents still 'burdened' me with the task of cooking! The usual words were "you are a woman, go and cook so that you would not starve your husband! And these other girls are somebody's children too, they are not your servants!" from age 13???? PARENTS!!!!!

The other day I was wondering, so, what if I had married a white man, all that isi-ewu, onugbu soup, ogbono soup, edikaikong, nsala, nkwobi, ugba etc delicacies would have been wasted on him, because na sandwich and gourmet meals I would have had to perfect!

That's an unfair generalization, depends on the type of white man you marry. there are nigerians that don't even eat some of the stuff you have mentioned.
 

ssergit

..still The Drama Queen!
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That's an unfair generalization, depends on the type of white man you marry. there are nigerians that don't even eat some of the stuff you have mentioned.
True. Some peeps don't eat all of that, but at least one or two sha. Abi?

But na still would have been waste of serious culinary talent sha
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I still can't forget this hunky white dude I was dating who kept bragging that he's african inside., And I prepared egusi soup and pounded yam with nkwobi. Dude ate egusi and poundo and I was proud of him., but told him to STAY AWAY from the nkwobi...whosai! My praise must have gotten to his head, and he took a spoonful of the nkwobi, and it was one of those ones I made with LOTSA PEPPPPPER!!!! Hmmmmm...each time I remember how he went silent for a minute, and I was watching from the corner of my eye.....how he pursed his lips and started reaching for the glass of water, my dear, before Mont PD charge me with mansloughter, I rushed and got him ice cubes to cool his tongue! And the nkwobi was delish!!!!
 

toammyb

Born to lead and follow
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Lol, I got married and proper excited about cooking for the hubby. I went and bought amala n stuff straight after honeymoon. It's been almost a year now, He's never tasted it. Had pounded yam once and eba a couple of times. All my ogbonna and fine egusi skills seem to be wasted :-( Na only me dey chop naija food for our house.
 

kolinzo

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No vex, na oyinbo or AFAM man you marry?

Lol, I got married and proper excited about cooking for the hubby. I went and bought amala n stuff straight after honeymoon. It's been almost a year now, He's never tasted it. Had pounded yam once and eba a couple of times. All my ogbonna and fine egusi skills seem to be wasted :-( Na only me dey chop naija food for our house.
 

kolinzo

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How is that unfair? She wrote nsala, nkwobi etc. Which Naija man no go chop any of the Naija food? An Oyinbo man no dey chop Naija food everyday, but someone like me go chop and SSEGIT no go waste her acquired culinary skill because na my belle go syphon am.

That's an unfair generalization, depends on the type of white man you marry. there are nigerians that don't even eat some of the stuff you have mentioned.
 

ssergit

..still The Drama Queen!
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Lol, I got married and proper excited about cooking for the hubby. I went and bought amala n stuff straight after honeymoon. It's been almost a year now, He's never tasted it. Had pounded yam once and eba a couple of times. All my ogbonna and fine egusi skills seem to be wasted :-( Na only me dey chop naija food for our house.
WELL DONE O!!! AS na 'OGBONNA" soup, no be OGBONO soup again!!

you lucky say I don drop dat last name for my Bini Agbonwa...... IF NOT, I for beef you! lolol

U see? How some of those cooking skills mumsie forced person to learn turn wastage naw!! I thank God sha say me and hubby got some foods tight, but na me still no fit chop bush meat ...... (those rodents!!!!) Eeew!
 

ssergit

..still The Drama Queen!
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How is that unfair? She wrote nsala, nkwobi etc. Which Naija man no go chop any of the Naija food? An Oyinbo man no dey chop Naija food everyday, but someone like me go chop and SSEGIT no go waste her acquired culinary skill because na my belle go syphon am.
Yes O! those na NATIONAL DELICACIES keh! Across all race and ethnic group in naija.

na who fit give naija man sandwich for dinner!!!??? In exchange for swallow???(fufu/gari/poundo)...hmmm.....her mama go hear am! lolol.
And which oyibo go swallow for dinner? It gats to be light meal, abi?
 

toammyb

Born to lead and follow
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Lol, abeg oh, no vex, it took me a li'l bit to spell that word, I just forgot how to spell it.

WELL DONE O!!! AS na 'OGBONNA" soup, no be OGBONO soup again!!

you lucky say I don drop dat last name for my Bini Agbonwa...... IF NOT, I for beef you! lolol

U see? How some of those cooking skills mumsie forced person to learn turn wastage naw!! I thank God sha say me and hubby got some foods tight, but na me still no fit chop bush meat ...... (those rodents!!!!) Eeew!
 
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