Welcome to Nigeria where our parents hit or slap their home appliances whenever it malfunctions. Maybe they think the appliance will behave like we do when they beat us for misbehaving. lol
Mummy, why do you like saying “he who eats alone dies alone” when the correct word is “he who eats alone dines alone”? That was how we went to Mama Ndubuise’s shop and you were saying you want to buy “tin tomatoes”, the sachet one… 😳
Your Nigerian Uncle will call you and asks about how you’re doing, ask about your mum, your dad, your siblings, then he will ask about your whole family? Uncle please which one is my whole family again?
Nigerian Parents Will scold you for spending your money on unnecessary things when they have about 5 coolers full of plates and spoons that no one is allowed to use in the house. 😂
When you misbehave, Nigerian Parents will beat you to cry, the moment your crying gets too loud, they will beat you again to stop crying. But if you do not cry during the beating to make you cry, they will say you have joined a bad gang.
You know your mom is Nigerian when you say, “Mummy, I’m Sorry!” And she replies with, “Sorry for yourself!” 😩
Nigerian Mum will beat you so hard until she hurts herself then she will say “look at what you’ve done to me. You want to kill me
If your Nigerian Mum is beating you and you try to stop her, she will call your family members and tell them that you’re fighting her. 😳
Nigerian Dads are too overprotective, they want their daughters to get married but they will prevent them from going out. Do they expect them to sit at home and download the husband?
When you see a Nigerian couple outside staring at the moon in the night, there’s nothing romantic about that. Its either they don’t have light (electricity) or they are waiting for the harsh smell of a Mosquito killer sprayed inside to fade out! 👨👩👧👦
In reality, most Nigerian Parents are never romantic, but boom!! They have already given birth to two children.