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:
if a nun dies and goes to heaven, does that mean she’s nun of the above ? pic.twitter.com/V3gBGLVK5L
— NOT THE FATHER (@HelloSemiloore) July 29, 2020
Don’t leave me o!
when you're really paying attention in class and you still don't know wtf is going on https://t.co/dVikZkzYa5
— #BBNaija (@solutiontweeted) July 29, 2020
All of a sudden the teacher is talking about the angle of depression and you have no idea how they got there.
Garri after 30secs in water. pic.twitter.com/tEojGsos3K
— Hamilton✂️📸 (@hamiltonawah) July 28, 2020
It must rise
ei rn breast dey wear shades https://t.co/UVR4Zfi4zI
— teikooooWRLD (@teikoszn) July 28, 2020
This one is no longer a bra, it’s now sunglasses
personally, i blame tyler perry for producing this movie cause we’ve not rested since https://t.co/4drcY9mNJW
— D (@__emdee) July 28, 2020
Every two days someone must ask “who was to blame?”
people who eat bread and mayonnaise aren’t normal🤝
— aairé (@aaire__) July 28, 2020
If you ignore the smell, mayonnaise is actually elite
Girls in relationship will pick a serious fight with their partner for calling them by the their real name instead of ‘baby’
— Biyi The Plug 🔌 (@BiyiThePlug) July 29, 2020
Once a girl gets into a relationship, her legal name is now Baby. Please respect that.
When your friend that you are copying answers from in the exam hall is trying to go and submit and you have only answered 2 questions. https://t.co/ehK0Utf5pV
— Adamz 💯 (@Philz_adamz) July 29, 2020
Please, last chance
How to start a convo in the dm: “Hi beautiful, send me your acct no i wanna buy you lunch”
— Tolu. O. (@toluolisa) July 29, 2020
This is the only right way to do it
If nobody messages me, I trust Uche from bolt to always come through
— Aros (@Damii_aros) July 29, 2020
The only “good morning” messages I need are from Uche
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