Every day on the Nigerian Internet, there are people who keep our eyes glued to our phone screens as we read their rants, opinions, perspectives on political and social issues, etc. Sometimes, they are just downright ridiculous.
Here’s a roundup of the best we saw:
My son's cereal tastes really nice. There's no place on the pack where it says adults can't eat it. Let me look for correct beans
— ‘Tunde Omotoye (@TundeTASH) August 5, 2020
Normalise parents eating their kid’s cereal
My brother tripped and fell while carrying a bunch of clothes he just ironed this morning.
I watched it all unfold.
— FAROUQ (@farouq_yahaya) August 6, 2020
Don’t leave me!
😭😭😭😭If Rich Dad Poor Dad becomes part the curriculum I'm home schooling my kids https://t.co/A475AdDnEd
— Micycle (@MichaelBaiden20) August 6, 2020
But we all know that Animal Farm had more depth than “talking to animals.”
Mi nuh like this guy voice , see mi haffi take you for an Oloriburuku https://t.co/Kn9EIauMEl
— Aros D’Andre 🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲🇯🇲 (@Damii_aros) August 6, 2020
You all THINK you’re 6ft. https://t.co/0nI4jYFmKv
— bolanle of lagos (@ImaniDH) August 6, 2020
If you carry pass two slices of bread for that Big brother Cameroon, dem fit evict you.
— Omoniyi Israel (@__Omoissy) August 5, 2020
There’s Big Brother Cameroon?
My friend when I come over: Sorry about the mess in my apartment I haven't had the time to arrange
Their apartment: pic.twitter.com/vESEQkgXrl
— Muyiwa ❁ (@MuyiwaOyinloye) August 5, 2020
*looks in bewilderment
When you stay at a Friend's house and he/she didn't give you a blanket 😩 pic.twitter.com/z15pYYHSsL
— Uncle Savage (@Uncle_savage00) August 6, 2020
What else can you do?
Omo. Vendor Proposes, but dispatch riders disposes.
— Bella Hadidn’t. (@Sugaarrbaby) August 5, 2020
Is your best food really really your best food or that is the only thing you know how to cook? 😂🤔
— 👄Sena 💓 (@Thoyin_Ola) August 6, 2020
Tell us the truth
Toluwanimi Onakoya is a spirited writer, creative and videographer. Her biggest drive is to connect with people and depict tales using various forms of media.
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