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13 Things Most Africans Do When Nobody is Looking

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Below are the 13 things most africans do when nobody is looking. From insulting our parents to sniffing our privates, after reading these 13 Things most Africans Do When Nobody Is Looking, you will be sure that everybody else is just as weird as you are
PS: The things on this list are not done only by africans alone.

13. Aiming at something on the wall with their urine

The guys are guilty of this seeing as they are the only ones who can pee while standing.

12. Play with their boobs when behind closed doors.

I do the same thing with my balls too, so it’s cool.

11. Turning their underwear inside out to get more use out of it

Yeah, at one point in your life, you have done this.

10. Insult their parents

This is done especially behind closed doors far from the ears of their parents. Its the only time you get to insult your parents as an African without getting knocked out.

9. Measure their junk

I wonder why, maybe its to see if its increasing in length or just to know the exact size. One of the two, Or both.

8. Sniff our privates

After scratching their privates many people (girls included) get tempted to smell it. Why they do it, i dont know.

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7. Take the chance to let your inner project fame contestant shine

You sing in front of the mirror with your eyes closed pretending you are performing on stage.

6. Accept terms and conditions without reading them

With people around us, most Africans at least pretend they are reading the terms and conditions before clicking to the agree button so as not to look stupid, but when nobody is looking…

5. Clear our browsing history before someone borrows our laptop

You start to panic if you forgot to clear it before you gave it out.

#I don’t know about y’all but I won’t want to die without clearing my browser history.

4. smell our farts


Some even go the extreme mile of farting in their hands and then sniffing it.

3. Masturbate

This same people will come out and castigate people who do.

2. Google ourselves

i’m almost positive most Africans have already tried that; if you have not, you are going to do so as soon as nobody is looking.

1. take crazy selfies

Take a billion crazy selfies of ourselves experimenting with different looks and also of our privates wanting to see it from a different angle.



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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