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Are you an AJEBOTA or AJEPAKO? Please read below to know and tell us your level:
1. If every morning after you wake up, your folks give you a hug and a kiss before sending you off to school, then you might be an AJEBOTA. But if dem toss you beta slap for not kneeling down or prostrating "properly", you are definitely PAKO9/b]! Like my guy wey im papa ask am one day; NA GREET YOU DEY GREET ME ABI YOU DEY TRY CATSH SHICKEN?
2. If as a young lady, before you even dare stepping outside you put on at least a pair of jeans and a T-shirt with a face cap on with matching sneakers, you could pass for an [b]AJEBOTA. BUt if you repeatedly nonchalantly tie only wrapper round ur shest, u throway leg inside foam slippers and waka go Mama Bomboy kiosk to buy maggi seasoning cube, ur PAKONESS don attain xtra height.
3. If your folks, perhaps through an exclusive Country Club, introduced you to a variety of sports like cricket, golf or polo, we would agree that you're an AJEBOTA. But if motor don avoid jamming u repeatedly from either playing "ten-ten", "su-way" or "set (5 per side soccer)", no long thing when I just say u be HEAVY PAKO.
4. If your clothes were bought exlcusively from abroad and you were wearing the latest and most popular name brands that made everybody else wonder, I will classify you as an AJEBOTA. But whereby you specialize for "Boskona" (trying your clothes in a makeshift stall before you purchase) pricing, you are HEAVILY ENKPAKIATED.
5. If you were the tpe to get dropped in school and picked up by a driver designated to do so by your parents, I'll qualify you as an AJEBOTA. But if you hold world record of flying "DANFO" and "MOLUE a.k.a. FUNKY TRAIN" in motion or jumping down before dem even matsh brake and you no dey ever wound, I HAIL YOUR PAKO STANDS.
6. If you were familiar and current with the latest things in vogue, I'll rate you as an AJEBOTA. But if the 1st day you see person wear NIKE chucks and you begin wonder why im put yoruba girl name untop am, PAKOISM don skatta your head.
7. If you ever toasted a girl/guy speaking perfect Queens English with the lates "fo-ne" slangs and acting "all cool", I think you fall into the AJEBOTA category. But if your type dey approach babe/bobo with tribal mark wey no even sabi ordinary "is & was", you con mix am with your very strong and conk native dialect and you still dey try to show yoursef with "ibon (bad English)" for the small gramma wey you think say you know, you are genetically en[b]PAKI[/b]lised.
8. If you either have a dry cleaner that picks up your family clothing and the returns them washed, ironed and folded, or maybe you personally take them there to get the same job done, or you have a washing machine in the house and maid who finalises the rest part, we'll fit you into the AJEBOTA clan. But then, if you dey use one full iron bucket of OMO to soak your "cloth (plural for cloth in pidgin)", den u spread untop concrete-slab for "super scrub" with Kongi soap to hustle that troublesome collar, dip in back & forth until e turn to milk colour, hand-squeeze am with ur upper bodi facing 1 direction while d cloth face d opposite direction, snap and flap d cloth in mid-air like 15 times to discharge (remove) d wrinkles b4 u use "wooden peg" to hold am for back-yard rope or better yet, lay am over your corrugated iron fence, NNA MENNNNNNNNN, your PAKO level don nearly cross perfect 10!!!!!!!!
9. If you happen to do emergency laudry for an outfit you need to wear in a very short while, you pop it into a dryer and hit buttons to get it ready, some how, some way, you're an AJEBOTA. But if after u washing, u squeeze wringe it out, cari towel, roll am inside d towel and another person dey d other end make una for pull with force to drain d water come outside (what we refer to as "TOWEL DRYING" in KC), and den finally u use ur coal iron steam-dry am, u be PAKO oooooo!!!!
10. If every summer after school your idea of a holiday is looking forward to yet another to trip to Jand or Yankee, you are an in-born AJEBOTA. But if u begin jump up because say una dey go village for New Yam Festival and hunting seasons dey coincide, hence u fit finally throway ur "Egungun" outfit and flex d new 1, no vex wen I say u be PAKO.
Footnote: So what is wrong in being PAKO? The lessons of life are in the end on the street,
As for me sha, I be confirmed BOPAKI
Do you think programmers in Nigeria should work to create their own Linux distro?
"Whoa, a Nigeria Branded distro? That would be so cool and neat. Especially if could spawn from this very
forum. I would be much joyed to be part of such an endeavour. Resources would be required to creat and
managed such a project and lots of ideas would be flow to be implemented in the distro. Who would manage
this? i'm just curious about that aspect and IMHO its just a matter of time before its eventually done. I just hope we get to do it first :-)."
"ps. the distro ( as a matter of survival ) should be very rigid and _immune_ to damages from power outages.
probably be able to go down and come up in seconds! :-p oh, and what would be the 'mascot'? an eagle like
penguine? or a danfo bus? :-p"
Re: A Nigerian-Branded Linux Distro? (ng_linux mailing list)
"So, I was thinking, since we have some programmers in Nigeria with really extreme skills, it is possible to develop a complete Nigeria distribution of Linux and call it NaijaLinux or something like that. This will be an extensively collaborative project and will involve a lot of people; University students, professors, professional programmers etc."
Indigenous OpenSource; A Nigerian Linux Distribution? (Femi Olubosi, IT consultant)
Personally, I feel that it's not necessary for us to have our own Linux distribution, unless we have some technical improvements to contribute, because open source software belongs to the whole world. The Redhat and Debian distributions of Linux belong to Nigerians as much as they belong to Americans or Europeans, because they are free for all of us to use. Right or wrong?