Show Posts
1  Forum / Relationships & Romance / Re: Why most women prefer parasitic relationship to mutualistic relationship? on: 30-04-2011 03:42 PM
To be honest, not every woman wants a parasitic relationship. But you cannot be in a relationship yourself. It's a 50/50 effort in which both women and men work together. but that is not always the case. Some men like to dominate, some men don't take the time to listen, and some men just don't care. The question you should ask is whether you as  man carry any of these traits and what you can change about them. Then, the woman or women in general will be changing their idea about relationships and begin to want and work towards a mutualistic relationship. If you want a change, it has to begin with you and from there, you'll get what want. Good Luck.
2  Forum / The Buzz Central / Re: Yoruba Movies Are Not Popular – Powerful Uche Jumbo on: 6-03-2011 06:40 PM
I comepletely disagree with Uche Jombo and I have to say that I am very disappointed. In the first place, after 2007, with Games Men Play, all nigerian and ghanian english movies fell although people still watch them in America. But as for yoruba movies, I will forever watch them and not just because I am yoruba, but because it makes sense. To have a good movie, you need a good story line with a good plot and climax and outcome, also good movies and other elements. Nigerian english movies simply do not have that touch anymore. And to say yoruba movies are fetish, I seem to remember that when English movies in nigeria were beginning to gain popularity, fetish elements were the order of the day. The truth is Uche Jombo is just upset over them probably losing and it is a pure case of tribalism because in reality, every body in Nigeria watches Yoruba and the yorubas abroad do as well and those who understand. They may not be popular abroad as any other language film, but they do make a hell better of sense when watched. Uche, Mike, Mercy, and others like you, shut up, sit down and maybe, start making Igbo films and then talk. Stop your bitterness and tribalism. Please
3  Forum / Naijapals Base (Metro life) / Re: Light Skin Vs. Dark Skin on: 6-03-2011 05:56 PM
I have always said that this type of discrimination exists with all black people. Not only Nigerians, but Black Americans as well. I am dark skin and I have experienced this discrimination all my life and in reality, it hurts. People just really need to appreciate everybody for who they are. Stop letting the media and the "white" race tell you what the standard of beauty is. Whether light skin or dark skin, we are all beautiful in our own way and that is what people should look for. Not superficial things because you never know what you might miss out on. #food for thought