30 Hilarious But Thought Provoking Quotes From Nigeria

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The quotes below are hilarious, wise, some are even dumb. But one thing they all have in common is that they are all thought provoking.

Here are 30 Hilarious But Thought Provoking Quotes From Nigeria

30 Hilarious But Thought Provoking Quotes From Nigeria

  • A boy who want to scatter market will first kick his mother’s stock.
  • He who goes to sleep with an itching anus wakes up with smelly fingers.
  • A man who wrestles with a pig should not complain of his dirty cloth.
  • A short man is not a boy
  • Nobody tells a blind man that the market is on fire.
  • The frown on the face of the goat will not stop it from being taken to the slaughter house.
  • If you swallow Alomo bitters without squezing your face, then you are capable of committing murder.
  • A man who throws up a public party because his wife buys an enamel washbasins is capable of anything.
  • A person who sells eggs should not start a fight in the market.
  • Na when soldier slap you, you go sabi say police na your friend!
  • When a ripe fruit sees an honest man, it drops.
  • The one-eyed man does not thank God until he sees a blind man.
  • Fishing without a net is just bathing.
  • He who marries a beautiful woman marries trouble.
  • A snake will always give birth to something long.
  • Fine words do not produce food.
  • The disobedient fowl obeys in a pot of soup.
  • It is the fear of what tomorrow may bring that makes the tortoise to carry his house along with him wherever he goes.
  • Nobody tells a blind man that there is no salt in the soup
  • If you are in a hole, and you don’t raise your hand, people will think you are playing there.

i.e. if you are in a bad situation and you don’t ask for help , people will think you are enjoying your situation.

  • No matter how a woman shakes her buttocks, it can never com to the front.
  • Do not always assume that a pot bellied man has eaten..
  • The he goat that’s chasing the wife of a lion love enjoyment more than is life.
  • No matter how long d goatee of a he-goat is, d goat cannot shave in d barbing salon of a Lion.
  • No matter how dark a room is,a man will always find his way to the woman’s breast.
  • The plantain that refuse to ripen so that people will not eat it will be used for plantain chips.
  • He who wants to marry the chief priest daughter should be ready to eat concoction all his life.
  • No matter how hot your anger is, it cannot cook yams
  • A woman that wants pregnancy does not wear panties.
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Uzonna Anele
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