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

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Pete said:
Yup, especially when you're gone for many hours. What part of Abia are you from? Looks like we have lots of Abians in here.
Oh for real, so far I've counted 5 people from ABia. I'm from the most popular place.
 

grafikdon

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robeta_021 said:
Hmmm...you dey short abi wetin? A good number of Igbo girls these days are tall (myself included), wetin person fit do, you're funny though... :)
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:
 

Pete

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Yvonne said:
Oh for real, so far I've counted 5 people from ABia. I'm from the most popular place.
Ah which one is most popular now? Is it Umuahia or Aba/Ngwa or Ohafia? Arochukwu? Nnem, which ones?
 
Pete said:
Really? If not that I lived there I would've disagreed, because Aba and Abiriba/Ohafia seems more popular.
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.
 

Pete

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Yvonne said:
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.
Lol. Don't let Maverick catch you! :laugh:
 

Ricardo

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Yvonne said:
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.
I heard that story too ! so weird ! :shock
 

robeta_021

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grafikdon said:
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:

Hehehee... :spiny:
 

Funmibaby

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Yvonne said:
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.

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

j-hi

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grafikdon said:
:roll
People ask me that question often but they find it difficult to believe the answer.

I am a Jamaican born and bred in Nigeria (Anambra State) Spent 21 yrs in Nigeria before my family moved back to St Catherine, Jamaica. I still have my aunts and lots of friends in Naija so I am gonna be hanging out with them very often. My family name is actually Boyce but my father changed it to u know what... some Igbo name which is so cool that I got rid of Clayton (My original name). Yeah, I was Clayton Boyce but it was discovered my ancestors were Igbo from Umu Eri. Yeah and I am going to marry a Nigerian girl (preferably yoruba).





















Ok maybe that was a little expensive...I am from Ekwulobia, Anambra State...but I spent more years in Awka...yeah I am from Awka (Ika ona adu smokin: )

O eleanwu ka anyi ji eme, oroghu aji imi ije nolu odu newu rolleye: :roll
ah-ah nwanne'm ah bu'm onye amawbia!
 
Funmibaby said:
if it's me that said this now, someone would bite off my head............. rolleye:
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.

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

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:
 

Funmibaby

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Yvonne said:
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.
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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