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Igbo Boys/Yoruba Girls...Yoruba Boys/Igbo Girls???

Discussion in 'LOVE, MARRIAGE, THE SEXES' started by The Maverick, Jul 25, 2005.

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  1. Yvonne

    Yvonne Registered

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    Oh for real, so far I've counted 5 people from ABia. I'm from the most popular place.
     
  2. grafikdon

    grafikdon Well-Known Member

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    LOL...you wish! From a distance women appear to be taller due to their anatomical structure but on a closer scrutiny, you'd find they are not as tall aa they appear...yup. not fair because you can tell a very kukuteish shorty shot put guy from 3000 miles because of our elongated upper section...curses!$@!

    I guess I am short hehehehehe...5 feet and a few inches probably not more than six inches but don't worry when our international inlaws start giving ya headache...alway remember that my middle name is 'odimkpumkpuemeile' smokin:
     
  3. paj

    paj D JENGBORAN OF YORUBALAND

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    ..hahahha...most popular for Apollo Carriers perhaps... :biggrinsa

    Pa
     
  4. Pete

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    Ah which one is most popular now? Is it Umuahia or Aba/Ngwa or Ohafia? Arochukwu? Nnem, which ones?
     
  5. grafikdon

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    Bia pete and Yvone ele ihe unu koga nga? Biko nogha nu kam hu uzo. smokin: :biggrinsa
     
  6. Pete

    Pete Well-Known Member

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    ... of Ohandende LGA? smokin:
     
  7. Yvonne

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    Cheiyah, Obi nwannem ...I choro i so anyi ko akuko, all ikwesiri ime wu iju anyi ka i joinuo.
     
  8. Yvonne

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    Umuahia, classiest people, fun kids.
     
  9. Pete

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    Nnaa, biko kpokotuba! Shiftuo, etinyele aja na garri anyi. :cool-smil
     
  10. Pete

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    Really? If not that I lived there I would've disagreed, because Aba and Abiriba/Ohafia seems more popular.
     
  11. Yvonne

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    Really, man don't ask me, I don't know the politics and all of Abia state. I heard some folk tale about Abiriba people eating the white people when they came to igbo land.
     
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    What da.................?
     
  13. Pete

    Pete Well-Known Member

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    Lol. Don't let Maverick catch you! :laugh:
     
  14. Ricardo

    Ricardo I'm Favored by God !

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    I heard that story too ! so weird ! :shock
     
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    Hehehee... :spiny:
     
  16. Aust_nne

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    Yvonne, U r from Umuahia? Quite a number of Abians here..Guess Uzor Kalu would be really proud.
     
  17. Funmibaby

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    if it's me that said this now, someone would bite off my head............. rolleye:
     
  18. j-hi

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    ah-ah nwanne'm ah bu'm onye amawbia!
     
  19. Yvonne

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    Funmi, I know what you mean, it is of course not true, but it's just a story that is told, and it isn't only Abiriba people, but I'm not saying the other places.


    Yes oh, so far I've counted 5 people, you included, so when is someone going to marry, become governor, build a big 'ol house etc, so we can all go party down in Abia.... :spiny:
     
  20. Funmibaby

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    yeah but where there is smoke there is fire......................the story must originate somewhere...........


    **runs quickly, ducking for the blows***

    wuv u boo luxlove: luxlove:
     
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