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:
Me after noticing the slightest change in how someone talks to me https://t.co/te8xX6oYeQ
— Queen Lilo 🍭 #BBNaija (@vlvck_) July 30, 2020
Don’t lie, do you hate me?
You made a power point https://t.co/xADfTs6lUK
— Yemi (@yemiee_) July 30, 2020
You will watch Big Brother on your TV , then open twitter and the things you see would make you wonder whether you sef dey watch wetin everybody dey watch.
The narratives no be here mehn😂😂😂
— Eye Can (@Eyesaymymind) July 30, 2020
You’d be wondering if you were watching the back of the T.V, honezztly
10 year old me with the Argos catalogue looking at all the things I can’t afford pic.twitter.com/pR1Y081JYa
— AFC (@TayoAFC) July 30, 2020
My husband asked me to transfer 32k to his mechanic yesterday cos he had exceeded his daily limit. This morning, he returned the money – 32k exactly. Nothing else.
Men have no conscience 😡😡😡
— Adenike Lanlehin (@omotomilola) July 30, 2020
Can you imagine? Wickedness
When you make a post criticizing Google and the next captcha shows your street from sniping range pic.twitter.com/eAdH6zcDP2
— Muyiwa ❁ (@MuyiwaOyinloye) July 30, 2020
What a predicament!
Not all men you meet want to break your heart. Some want to give you stroke and paralyze you completely 🤕
— timi (@kvng__timmy) July 30, 2020
My fellow sisters, beware
Introverts preparing to say “here” during attendance pic.twitter.com/zV0GVOLl2Z
— Treyway (@Unavaillableee) July 30, 2020
At the end of the day, the “here” won’t come out well
This married woman wants me to go on a date with her, but i told her i don't go on dates with married women and now she's acting shocked because i am the one she's married to.
— Sammy Desh (@Deshysmalls) July 30, 2020
We stan a principled man
Funny tweets we saw while men slept
Scenes when the money ritual fails because your first born isn’t actually your first born. Fear women.
— Bruce Bateman Esq (@vilebillionaire) July 29, 2020
Plays “Aye le” (This world is hard) in the background
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