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What Makes You Stand Out From The "typical" Naija Babe?

I've been thinking about this lately. We are all looking for true love but the thing I've notice is that most Nigerian girls have the same attributes, I know everyone is different in their own way but what makes you stand out. Most naija babes are educated, cultured, etc but what makes you stand out from a typical woman? Please share.

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They cant speaks english , only broken english

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NIgerian females are not just my things, They from another planet (no offence)

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onstelly , ok why dont u sendme your not clothed picture so ican proof you are beautiful?

But u can wear thong or G- strank if u want. I be the Judge

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In addition, they r so obsessed wit men sendin 'em recharge cards lol

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Fake hair, Bad attitude, bleached skin, poor grammar, materialism, Amebo

Above are the traits of your typical Nigerian girl. (no offence)

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Yes wrong place. Moved to romance section.

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your self esteem and your respect for moral values.

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and it's even worse for foreign men married to nigerian women.

They're not allowed nigerian citizenship at all

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@ ms potato

nigerwives is a very powerful group, so just tread carefully on this matter, and in your best interests, ignore anybody telling you otherwise.

it's not a problem, but some things are sensitive matters, and it's not about tpiah saying something, but like i said, you dont know who is reading what you write.

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http://www.nigeriavillagesquare.com/articles/reuben-abati/sheila-solarin-nigerian-at-last.html

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You are wrong again. Tai's wife wasnt really interested in the Nigerian passport until her husband died. Once she signaled her interest, she got it pronto.

Professor fafunwa's wife got it within three years of her living in Nigeria. A lot of people get it pretty easily.

Stop lying Tpiah, you are too old for this.

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Wikipedia ain't a good source. I can go there and change that info if I had no life.

Ms. Potato, I'm calling you Ms. Ngozi from now on.

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Whats your point?

Can you even read? Or is it comprehension issues thats bothering you?

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^^it's a sore point in nigeria because as i pointed out before, naturalization is strictly controlled and the most famous case i think was of sheila solarin who lived in nigeria for 30 or so years [she's irish], yet only just got her nigerian citizenship some years ago.

it's a very frustrating process if you're not of nigerian ancestry, i believe, though of course i could be wrong.

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Tpiah, everywhere is the same. . .

Lik my counry, the government is giving free passports to all he imigrants here from Bangladesh, Philippines, Indonesia, Arab, Thailand peovided they are a Muslim cause they wanted to increase the population of Muslim here in he country in order to defeat the Hindu's, Buddhist and Christians here.

Now that the counry is slowly being filld with those people, the crime rate has actualy increased dramatically.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advance-fee_fraud

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@ystranger

No oh

Foreigners use Nigerian passports to commit crimes

How else would you explain the non-Nigerians that are frequently deported from UK back to Nigeria,simply kos they possess Nigerian passports?

shine ya eye for news before you talk oh!

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^^oh, ok.

no problems then if that's so.

the issue of nigerian citizenship is a rather touchy one which is still being ironed out with no clear solution.

http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-36429.0.html

in addition, many non-nigerians do have nigerian passports which they commit crimes with, giving the rest of us more bad publicity and bad names.

however, in some instances, it might be wise to indicate you're joking because you never know who's reading your comments and how they might take the information they're seeing.

just my opinion.

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i'm referring to[b] legal [/b] avenues to get nigerian citizenship, not illegal ones.

of course we all know many 419ers from other countries hold nigerian passports.

dont derail the thread, thanks.

Lebanese nigerians denied passports:

http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-271282.0.html

Nigerian citizenship:

http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-273837.0.html

One case out of millions:

http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-147507.0.html

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Please stop spreading lies on this forum, for real. You and I and everyone knows that you can get just about anything in Nigeria if you have the money. How can a Nigerian passport be hard to come by? Are you kidding me? A CBS reporter once went to Nigeria and got a passport in one day, and the story was shown on 60 minutes, a show on CBS, which is an American TV network.

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Toyemz

I live in Yankee, and I do not mean that Nigerian chicks with all those qualities do not exist. In my own opinion, finding Naija chicks with those qualities is like digging for diamonds--they are hard to come by. Take SA chicks, for example, you don't have to look to far to find SA chicks with all those features.

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^ thats where u need your heart and emotions to work, you are his woman

so you need to know when to stand with your man and all that, yes u may be pissed and all that

but he sure needs u now more than ever and u can see he just told you

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@190

sorry?

what do you mean by that?

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^^^^Abuja ke?

why do I have to be in Abuja?

ka maida hankalinka fa!

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^^ well i should

But i postponed things till tomorrow

BTW its 2years now since ive been at Krystal or Soho lounge

where in abuja are u

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@190

Na wa for you oh

when did you become princek12?

even if he has appointed you his spokesman,shey you will still let him talk

take time oh

anyway its friday,shouldnt you be at the lounge by now?

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@ princek12

where did you say you live again?Na wa oh.I would have expected this from someone living in a Nigerian village,(who had not travelled out)

open ya eyes begin look Nigerian guys and marvel at the handwork of God,then beauty,education,ambition and smartness on top.On mine i know i have the added sense of humour.No let me vex oh

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potato but ive told u to take a chill and really think things over

ive never seen u like this since i knew you

this must really have left u devastated

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anyway these small boys will always have their silly opinions about 9ja women, what they fail to understand is soo do we, and while some of them come on NL to yap. im more of an action person. I dont need to tell people my opinion on 9ja men; the men i date are proof enough of my taste or how i feel about them

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yes i went to FGC PH.

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Naija babes are generally wowo and just don't have sex appeal; out of all the girls from any black nation of which I know, Naija women are the least likely to have hips, yansh, and thighs in one sensual embodiment. Since those features are generally common in black women but not Nigerian women, I need to conduct an experiment to determine why Naija women generally lack these traits. In fact, Naija women can arguably compete with oyinbo women for no-Bottom-a-tol syndrome.

Anecdotal evidence suggests that the poor nutrition many Naija girls undergo during boarding school may be partly responsible for this national crisis. Young Naija girls usually attend boarding school during puberty, a critical period during which girls generally develop their womanly features such as hips, yansh and all that, so maybe their nutritional deprivation during this period stunts their bodily development. But overall, barring the lack of sex appeal, Nigerian women can cook and are great. They make great wives but not eye candy.

If I conduct the experiment, I will be publishing the results later.

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Lots of non-nigerians have nigerian passports, thanks to the high level of corruption in nigeria, as well as the document forgers who make fake documents for people.

Ms potato i think you need to be a bit more guarded about what you say.

No offence and not that it matters because we always have these regrettably saboteuring nigerians among us.

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^^ Pls help me beg Sir-Fly if you happen to find him. This guy is mad. I don tire. Chei! I didn't know people like that existed. Thank God I'm a fine babe, hehe. Just imagine the humiliation this baga guy would have put me through if I was ugly,  Thank God!

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^Where did you get that from? what kind of language is that? i'm not a yoruba guy

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dats my sweet potato

potato hope u are ok now

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Mz.potato, do u wanna be black/nigerian lady?

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What is the difference between a Latvian girl dating a Nigerian and a Naija babe?

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You dont know? Yes it is.

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ok, lets not use "typical" anymore, how about unique?

The reason I asked this question is that I see A LOT of Nigerian women in my church that are so much like me, lets say a man is looking for a wife, what sort of qualities will he use to differentiate these Nigerian women at my church?? we all have marriageable qualities and I'm trying to figure out how a man will choose between them,

How? How are you not typical??

thankss, more like i

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Abi?i was just about 2 say dat.

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Lol oh trust me I know. OP asked. I simply answered.

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It's funny how some people over-analyze. You know, managers and executives ask similar questions to potential employees. "What makes you stand out from others who have applied for this job?" General stuff like that. Simply describe what makes you "YOU". I'm sure OP is only asking for traits, values, etc. If you don't have an answer, will you kindly move along? Lol.

OP, what I think makes me stand out is my selflessness, confidence, and pride. I'm a very genuine person and I believe in altruism 100%. I put family, people, and country first, before myself. I tend to block out negative people. I'm very carefree and spontaneous and try to live like there is no tomorrow. I'm very much an "in the moment" kind of person. I think of myself as a fearless person. I denounce religion. I'm very passionate about what I love and what I feel is right. I try to be as active as I can politically, and in terms of fighting for civil and human equality. I am all for the well-being of others and make sacrifices for the benefit(s) of others. I am open-minded and focused. I am not necessarily driven but if I want something enough, I will work for it. Human life and the cultures and traditions of others intrigue me. I love to travel and discover more about cultural anthropology. My favorite thing to do, apart from listening to music, is driving endlessly and discovering what awaits me. It has led me to some of the most beautiful parts of the world. If I could describe myself with three adjectives, they would be curious, sanguine, and selfless.

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The word "typical" I ain't typical!

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I know right. these dudes are getting way ahead of themselves man.

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Nigerian babes not my thing, sorry!!

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