Saturday, 26 December 2015

7 Types of People You Meet on Christmas Day in Nigeria

Hey Guys! Happy Boxing Day! So you woke up, went to Church, came back and rubbed anointing oil on your head because of the different people you were expecting on Christmas day, you probably met the following people:

1. That Aunt or Uncle that "Knew you when you were still very small."
The conversation probably went this way-
"Hey!!! See Williboy o. How are you? Ahahn, you don't know me again? I carried you when you were small(insert demonstration), o."
You probably shined your teeth like those guys from 90s cover of cabin biscuit. But, deep down, you were like "mehn! Who are you? And, where were you all these while?"

Relax tho, they probably mean well..

2. That person(people) they warned you NEVER to allow them touch your head, or collect their gifts.
"Emeka, if they touch you say, I cover myself with the blood of Jesus. If you eat anything they give you, you will die!"


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3. Those people You met chilling in your living room by the time you got back from Church.
They have categories:
i) The ones that don't go until it's late enough for nobody to visit them when they get back home.
ii) The ones that feel like carrying your cable home with them as a souvenir.
iii) The ones you father doesn't want to go home. "Wait, Papa did you just ask Nneka to prepare the guest room for them?"
iv) The ones You don't want to go home.
v) The one that wants everything available in the kitchen.

4. That Woman that chanced everybody on the so that ALL her children would get to sit on Father Christmas' lap before the poor guy gave in to exhaustion from all that costume.

5. Those two drunk people you saw at the club.
Of course, they were other ones, but these two caught everyone's attention.

6.That Relative.

7. Your future boo (nuff said).








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6 comments:

  1. Omg! this is the funniest post ever, love it. really brought memory to me. don't talk to this person, don't shake anyone, don't take gifts from them, don't eat in their house. lmao.

    www.bellamote.blogspot.com

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    1. I had a lot of fun writing this post. hahaha you also had the African experience. I'm so glad you had a good laugh, and can totally relate to this post. Have a blessed 2016 Love.

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  2. This is such an interesting read! thanks for sharing!

    lifeisashoe

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  3. LOL
    I can imagine

    www.jbshares.com

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    1. Thank you for visitng, and reading Janyl

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