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29061  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Whats the relationship between love and religion on: 21-04-2010 03:54 PM
thanks to u all. Cool
29062  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Top 10 reasons why ladies "WILL" fall for Dguy on: 19-04-2010 10:59 AM
Quote from: luvvy on 23-03-2010 08:48 PM
hmmmm.....

@poster.... UNW
29063  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: NA WHICH TRIBE COOK PASS? on: 16-04-2010 04:38 PM
Quote from: rbest on 16-04-2010 04:27 PM
must u post sometin? if u dnt hav anytin u better browse other pple's own. thanks

e be like say ur tribe no sabi cook.. not to talk of u sef. pls come let me teach u. CMM
29064  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Which Nigerian tribe has the best meals? on: 16-04-2010 04:18 PM
Who cook pass? i want to know?
29065  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: What'll u do if ur mother inlaw calls ur mom a prostitute on: 16-04-2010 03:45 PM
they know dem selves. maybe the mother inlaw was once a prostitute too.... dem no where dem dey meet. so NDS
29066  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Whats the relationship between love and religion on: 16-04-2010 03:42 PM
I am in love with him,and he's in love wit me too and he's a Muslim and i am a christian. he's talking about marriage and i love him so much that i don't want to loose him.    what do i do?
29067  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Do's and donts of online dating on: 16-04-2010 11:10 AM
DO post a recent photo, and write an honest description of yourself. One of our guy friends salivated over a picture of a pgorgeous, blonde, bikini-clad model. Expecting a Cameron Diaz look-alike, he was shocked to meet a morbidly obese woman in a moo-moo. He downed three shots of tequila and fled. On the other hand, we’ve dated men who were relieved and delighted that we simply looked like our pictures. (And believe us, we’re not Cameron.) They were grateful enough to stay through the crème brulée.
DON’T naively assume that his photo is as up-to-date and accurate as yours. We accepted a date with a guy whose head shot looked perfectly human, even normal. In the flesh he could have passed for Dracula, with a mouthful of rotted, brown, pointy fangs. Never underestimate the power of Photoshop.
DO learn the lingo of dating profiles. For instance:
•   He describes himself as “cuddly.”
Translation: chubby.
•   He writes, “I’ve been told I’m very handsome.”
Translation: by his mother.
•   He’s “Executive Vice-President of Strategic Planning for a Major Corporation.”
Translation: he’s self-employed in some cockamamie business, headquartered in his basement.
DON’T get taken in by corny, overused come-on lines like, “Looking to spoil the lady of my dreams with flowers and candlelit dinners.” And beware of perfect strangers who promise to “snuggle with you in front of the fireplace” and “enjoy sunset strolls on the beach.” These guys have one thing on their minds. That’s why they took a course on What Women Want to Hear 101.
DO brush up on your math if he sounds too good to be true:
•   Subtract three inches from his height.
•   Double his weight.
•   Halve his income.
•   Add a decade to his age.
DON’T choose your dates based on photos. It’s all too easy to scroll through Internet profiles, selecting the Brad Pitt look-alikes and bypassing the rest. Remember, real men lose their hair and grow love handles, yet if you met them in person, you just might find them charming. Besides, if you’re anything like us, you probably don’t look that much like Angelina.
DO move the conversation along from email to cell phone. Some people are great writers – or even have a friend ghost-writing for them. In a phone chat, you’ll get a better sense of whether your personalities click. Plus you’ll find out if he even has a personality. Note: it’s a bad sign if, during his monologue about his golf swing, you’re checking your watch and praying that you lose your cell-phone signal.
DON’T disclose where you live or for that matter, any personal information that could lead to your address, such as your home phone number, last name, or an email address that includes your last name. While most men on the Internet are just as normal as you are, you don’t want Hannibal Lecter ringing your doorbell, even if he’s carrying a box of Godiva chocolates. And even if they’re truffles.
DO take things slowly, though the chemistry may be magnetic. Arrange to meet him in a public place for the first couple of dates. When you know more about him, he can pick you up and drop you off at home, but don’t invite him in just yet – even if he pleads that he urgently has to use your bathroom. Our friend fell for that ploy on a first date, and when she offered her hand as he was leaving, he suddenly French-kissed her, slobbering all over her face. Yum.
DON’T behave like a kid in a candy store full of online temptations. If you’ve met a nice, sincere guy, and you’re having a good time dating him, don’t fly to your computer the second you get home to flirt with a dozen new seductive suitors. On the Internet, it’s easy to get distracted by the smorgasbord of smooth-talking guys -- only to lose sight of the one who just might be Mr. Right.

29068  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Yoruba people are dirty! on: 16-04-2010 10:38 AM
all of una DM...youruba ppl dey very very very dirty.. i neva see ppl wey dirty reach dem. blings na over dirty dey worry dem. dem dey live inside shit dey chop shit
29069  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Contaminated food kills 500 people on: 16-04-2010 10:28 AM
NUS
29070  Forum / Relationships & Romance / ABC Of Good Relationship on: 14-04-2010 02:52 PM


• Always be honest with your friend(s).
• Be there when they need you.
• Cheer them on as they strive towards excellence.
• Don’t look for their faults.
• Encourage and edify them in the lord.
• Forgive them without nursing grudges.
. Get together often-to pray and to do other things that will improve your
  general well being.
. Have confidence in them.
. Include them in your prayer list.
. Just listen, even if you don’t have the solution to their problem. Rachel Remen;
  Counsels: the most basic and powerful way to connect to another person is to
  Listen. Just listen. Perhaps the most important thing we ever give each other is
  Our attention… A loving silence often has far more power to heal and to
  Connect than the most well-intentioned words.”
. Know their dreams and aspirations.
. Love them unconditionally.
. Make them feel special.
. Never forget them.
. Offer to help them without waiting to be asked.
. Praise them honestly.
. Quietly disagree, when necessary.
. Reject unproven rumours about them.
. Say you’re sorry, when they’re offended.
. Take time to know their likes and dislikes.
. Use good judgment.
. Vouch for them: verify rumours.
. Wish them well.
. X-ray yourself first, before counseling or correcting hem.
. Your words count: so measure them carefully.
. Zip your mouth when told a secret. Lips Sealed
 Smiley
29071  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: HOW TO LOVE on: 12-04-2010 01:42 PM
bazemaster... TFU
29072  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: NP Most Romantic Or weird guys/Babes on: 12-04-2010 01:33 PM
UNGS
29073  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: HOW TO LOVE on: 12-04-2010 01:30 PM
bazemaster.... UDM
29074  Forum / Relationships & Romance / WHEN YOU DECIDE TO END A RELATIONSHIP on: 12-04-2010 12:59 PM
When you decide to end a relationship, what follows can be a difficult, sometimes torturous series of events, especially if the feelings are deep-rooted, circumstances are intertwined, and the break-up isn't mutual. It may be one of the hardest things you ever do, but otherwise, an unhealthy and unhappy relationship can drag on for years and perhaps even decades. Here's how to be strong and end it now.
Steps
1.   1
 
 Have things turned around in your relationship?
Think about why you are breaking up with this person. If you are simply upset with your partner, you should consider talking about what upset you and focus on resolving it, rather than ending the relationship. But if this same issue has already been discussed, yet nothing changes and you keep feeling unsatisfied, hurt, or betrayed, then breaking up might be the only way to end the pattern. Your partner will ask you why you want out, and you should be prepared with answers. Before having "the talk" that ends the relationship, do your best to articulate the reasons you are breaking up. If you have trouble remembering examples during emotional discussions or arguments, write your reasons down in advance. It may help to talk this over with someone you trust, or with a counselor.




2.   2
Plan out how long you are willing to spend breaking up. The actual conversation in which you break up with this person can last a lot longer than it should, especially if your partner is devastated or completely surprised by your decision. It'll be much easier for you to stick to your guns if the conversation doesn't drag out. Expect to spend at least one hour breaking up, and longer if the relationship lasted a year or more. You may even want to arrange an appointment with a friend in a neutral location so that you can say "I'm supposed to meet John/Jane at the restaurant in fifteen minutes, so I have to go now."
3.   3
Break up in person. It is easier to break up with someone if you don't have to look the person in the eye, but it can also be interpreted as cruel and cowardly. Unless you are a long distance away and choose not to wait until you see the person again, don't break up by phone, e-mail, or through an instant messenger system. And don't even think about breaking up with someone by pulling a disappearing act, even if it's just by suddenly eliminating contact with the person. The lack of closure can be psychologically damaging.
o   If you don't live together, break the news at his/her home and in private. They'll want to feel safe enough to respond emotionally--no one wants to be broken up with in public or near family and friends, and risk bursting into tears, or be forced to bottle up all those emotions. While you can break up with them at your place, making someone go home after getting news like that will be difficult, and could make them more bitter. If you are at your partner's home, you can leave after you feel you've made your decision clear.
o   If you live together, breaking-up will be particularly problematic and stressful; you should have a place where you can stay until the person you've broken up with digests the big change. You can either move all of your stuff while they're not home and then break up when they come home and notice, or break up and leave with some of your things with the intention to come back when things have calmed down to get the rest of your belongings. Either way will be very difficult for the other person, but only you know what's best for your situation.
4.   4
Break up calmly. If you say the dreaded words "We need to talk", your partner will immediately know what's going on, and that's not a bad thing. You don't want to blurt out "We need to break up" out of the blue, or worse, when you're in an argument. You need to approach the whole thing calmly and peacefully, with a sense of resolution. Sit down with your partner and let him or her know that you've decided to end the relationship.




5.   5
Expect any or all of the following reactions.
o   Questioning -- He or she will want to know why, and whether there was anything he or she could have done to prevent the breakup. Answer the questions as honestly as possible.
o   Crying -- The other person will likely be upset, and it will show. You can comfort him or her, but don't allow yourself to be manipulated into changing your decision.
o   Arguing -- He or she may dispute anything you've said during the breakup, including examples you used in your reasons for breaking up. Don't get dragged into a fight, and don't split hairs. Let your partner know that arguing isn't going to change your decision.
o   Bargaining or Begging -- He or she may offer to change, or to do things differently in order to preserve the relationship. If the person didn't change when you've discussed your problems in the past, it is too late to expect him or her to truly change now.
o   Lashing Out -- Whether it's as simple as saying "You'll never find anyone as good as me" or as scary as saying "I'll make you regret this", he or she is usually just trying to make himself or herself feel better. Threats of physical harm, however, are serious and should not be ignored. If you feel that your safety is at risk, stay calm and leave quickly.
6.   6
Distance yourself. It'll be difficult, but don't call them, don't go places where you know they frequent, and make yourself scarce. Take the time to reflect on your situation and learn more about yourself. Do all the things you've ever wanted to do, that you wouldn't have done if you were still with this person. Now is the perfect time to focus on those missed opportunities. Your ex may try to get in touch, but wait a while (some people suggest six months) before resuming contact, if at all. You felt close to this person at one point in your life, and you will probably always have a soft spot for him or her, but it's time for both of you to move on.
7.   7
Realize that breaking up is just a normal part of life. Yes, breaking up is difficult - but like it or not, this is a normal part of teenage and adult life, and as much as it is painful, it is normal. Sometimes you will be the dumper, sometimes you might be the dumpee. We all have heartbreak; it hurts- but we all survive it, and you (and your ex) will too.

29075  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: KISS PASSIONATELY on: 12-04-2010 12:56 PM
Quote from: Bazemaster on 12-04-2010 12:48 PM
E bi like say this newbie wan take over kissing class. Welcome mr. Kissing Master.

NA ME U DEY CALL NEWBIE? UDC
29076  Forum / Relationships & Romance / KISS PASSIONATELY on: 12-04-2010 12:41 PM
There are kisses for just about every emotion and occasion and maybe considered cultural or - the greeting kiss on the cheek, the maternal kiss on the forehead, an affectionate kiss on the lips, the kiss of death-- but on those certain occasions when you want to communicate passion and, maybe, lust, not just any kiss will do. You need a fiercely passionate kiss. If done incorrectly, these kisses can turn out being gross or sloppy, but when performed with skill and feeling, there is no greater expression of love. Here's how to do it right.
Steps
1.   1
Make sure your breath is mintyfresh and clean. Naturally you practice good oral hygiene, but if you have any doubts about your breath, take a breath mint shortly before the kiss. Make sure to finish the mint before you lock lips. Be careful, mints may leave a bad aftertaste and make your breath worse. Water is the best bet! Leaves you no aftertaste, and freshens your mouth and leaves you not thirsty.
2.   2
Approach the kiss with confidence. Try to kiss their cheek so they turn their head your way. Once you've chosen the right moment to kiss someone, there's no turning back, especially if it's your first time kissing that particular person. Be decisive and confident. If the person doesn't want the kiss, he or she will let you know, but until then, act as though you're a pro.
3.   3
 
 Angle your heads so that you don't bump noses.
Lean in and turn your head slightly. Leaning in signals that you want to kiss the person, and turning your head prevents crushing your nose against the other person's.
4.   4
Start slowly. Don't try to thrust your tongue in your partner's mouth right away. Simply press your lips against theirs. Close your eyes as you do so to heighten the intimacy and to avoid looking at the pores on your partner's nose. Imagine your eyes are being controlled by a dimmer switch.
5.   5
Open your lips slightly. Once the kiss is accepted, try opening your lips slightly. If the other person follows suit, try slightly varying the openness of your lips (both more and less open) throughout the kiss. You may wish to explore the person's lips and tongue a bit with the tip of your tongue. There are no rules; just try to make your motions smooth.
6.   6
Consider the French Kiss. As the kiss progresses, you may want to try French kissing, in which you insert your tongue deep into your partner's mouth and let it dance with your partner's tongue.
7.   7
 
 
Try some necking. If things are going well, consider spicing it up a bit by moving your head down to kiss and lightly nibble your partner's neck.
8.   8
Keep your arms busy. You seldom, maybe never, see a great kiss in which the participants just let their arms dangle at their sides. At the very least, embrace your partner and gently pull him or her to you. You can also run your hands through your partner's hair; or caress his or her back, sides, or other parts of the body. Wrapping your arms around your partner can also be a big TURN-ON!! Where you put your hands should be determined by the status of your relationship, your desires, and your partner's signals, whether spoken or communicated non-verbally.
9.   9
Try a ten-second kiss. Some find that a kiss of at least ten seconds in duration will passionately bond two people more than a shorter kiss.

29077  Forum / Relationships & Romance / HOW TO LOVE on: 12-04-2010 12:39 PM

Love is a strange feeling that can be one of the most amazing in all the world. Sometimes the emotions associated with love are blissful, and there are times when they can really hurt. In the end, love is something most of us, if not all of us, will encounter. While there are many different ways to define love and there are many different ways to love someone (or even yourself), here is a general guide to loving.
STEPS
Say it. When you say the words "I Love You", they should carry with them the desire to show someone that you love them, not what you simply want to feel. When you say it, make sure you really mean it and are willing to do anything for that special person.

•  Empathize. Put yourself in someone else's shoes. Rather than impose your own expectations or attempt to control them, to understand how they feel, where they come from, and who they are. Realize how they could also love you back just as well.
•  3
Love unconditionally. If you cannot love another person without attaching stipulations, then it is not love at all, but deep-seated opportunism (one who makes the most of an advantage, often unmindful of others). If your interest is not in the other person as such, but rather in how that person can enhance your experience of life, then it is not unconditional. If you have no intention of improving that person’s life, or allowing that person to be themselves and accepting them as they are, and not who you want them to be, then you are not striving to love them unconditionally.
•  4
Expect nothing in return. That doesn't mean you should allow someone to mistreat or undervalue you. It means that giving love does not guarantee receiving love. Try loving just for the sake of love. Realize that someone may have a different way of showing his or her love for you; do not expect to be loved back in exactly the same way.
•  5
Realize it can be lost. If you realize that you can lose the one you love, then you have a greater appreciation of what you have. Think how lucky you are to have someone to love. Don't make an idol of the person you love. This will place them under undue pressure and will likely result in you losing them.
•  6
Never stop loving. Even if you have been hurt before you should not stop giving love.
29078  Forum / FunnyHub (Jokes + Comedy) / FUNNY COUNTRY MAN on: 12-04-2010 12:36 PM
A Sardarji, a German and a Pakistani got Arrested consuming alcohol which Is a severe offense in Saudi Arabia, so For the terrible crime they are All sentenced 20 lashes each of the whip. As they were preparing for their punishment, the Sheik announced: "It's my first wife's birthday today, and she has asked me to allow each of you one wish before your whipping." The German was first in line, he thought for a while and then said: "Please tie a pillow to my back." This was done, but the pillow only lasted 10 lashes & the German had to be carried away bleeding and crying with pain.The Pakistani was next up. After watching the German in horror he said smugly: "Please fix two pillows to my back."
But even two pillows could only take 15 lashes & the Pakistani was also led away whimpering loudly.
The Sardarji was the last one up, but before he could say anything, the Sheikh turned to him and said:
"You are from a most beautiful part of the world and your culture is one of the finest in the world. For this, you may have two wishes!" "Thank you, your Most Royal and Merciful highness," Sardarji replied.
"In recognition of your kindness, my first wish is that you give me not 20, but 100 lashes." "Not only are you an honorable, handsome and powerful man, you are also very brave." The Sheik said with an admiring look on his face. "If 100 lashes is what you desire, then so be it.
"And what is your second wish, ?" the Sheik asked. Sardar ji smiled and said, "Tie the Pakistani to my back" !!!
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