If you are looking for this hardest and proudest set of girls in this world.. Don’t stress at all, Just come to Nigeria.
Queens of Faking full here die.. Naija girls will hardly come out straight to you even if they can’t do without you, but they hardly accept the fact.
I did my research and I came up with different 10 words Nigerian girls mostly used when they express their love to you codedly.
My Brothers! you need this code in other to survive this Battle of Nigerian Girls.
Below are the 10 ways Nigerian Girls say their “I Love You“;
1. “Ode” (Fool)
When Naija Girls call you “Ode” It’s not an insult, it’s actually a Nigerian girl’s way of flirting with you.
If you like go vex one kind mumu vex, you just throw away a prospective babe!
2. ” I Don’t Want Your Girlfriend To Come And Break My Head O!”
This is just her way of asking if you have a girlfriend. If you gawk it my Bro, you are On Your Own Oooo!
Better be guided! Anytime the question come, just be like “Shey you dey whine me ni, Which Mumu Girl” even when you have one, that should be your
3. ‘Is There Light In Your House?’T
his means they want to come over to your house and hang out, but they’re looking for an excuse.
And only the sharp guys can make that smart move. Better say there’s light even if you don’t have transformer in your area yet
4. “Big Head! Go Joor!”
Sometimes, instead of calling you ‘Ode’, they’ll use ‘Big Head’ as a term of endearment.
If she tell me Go Joor, my d!ck go stand because it knows what’s up for grab. You heard it here first Bro!
5. “You Can’t Even Call Somebody”
This one is code for ‘I miss you’. Never sleep on it Bro, anytime she brings that up, always accept the fault and say you’re sorry in a romantic way.
Even if you ain’t sorry, but that’s what she needs to hear as at that time.. So play along, it might opens a better way in the nearest future (Next Day)
6. ‘Go Away Jare’
If you know what’s good for you, better stay. Nigerian girls are the queens of reverse psychology.
If you just go like this, when she Go Away Jooor.. My bro just be going, don’t come back, that’s the end of it.
7. “Won’t You Come And Take Me Out?”
Her way of saying, ‘when are we going on a date? If you small change with you, Bro invite her for a date, Na small trip she need that time.
She asked for the date, you didn’t beg for it.. If your game is tight, you can have a stop over at your place if it’s a stone throw.
8. ‘You Just Forgot About Me’
Another way of saying ‘ I miss you’. Always claim you never did once this allegation came in.
Just back it up with you trying to sort out one or two things, then she believes you have a dream, even when all your sorting out his Betslip Code and How to Book game for weekend league games.
In the Nigerian Girls dictionary “Olodo” is the synonyms of ” My Baby“. If she calls you Olodo, just you getting there.
Better don’t take it personal and tongue out with a big grin on your cheek. I warned ooo.
10. “I Hate You”
If she says this, then she’s head over heels in love with you. Even though this one is quite casted, It just make sense making the List, for the younger ones.
I Hate You Always Means ” I Love You”.
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