So the other dayy ..

i was just in the Kitchen Eating my Jollof Rice, When the traditional Music comes on. i dared not to look at the room were it was comming from but i couldent help it. My Dad was doing his ’ old man bend ’ Dance. i see this dance all the time but idk why this time it was so funny :D


Submitted by: peacelove3soul

Asked by Anonymous Anonymous

A Story- I wanted to do it anon, which is why its in your ask. So I developed at a really early age. Its hereditary, so i mean it was expected. When I was about 13 i was blossomed like full out.

i went to a family reunion with a bunch of people who hadn't seen me in a couple years since my... development.

my aunt saw me, walked RIGHT up to me and full on grabbed my boob. like a fistful of my tots. then she says in that loud african, everyone within 3 miles can hear me voice

"OH!! BUT HOW THE CHILD HAVE BIG TITIES LIKE THIS! *sucks teeth* IIII SWEAR. BUT SHARON! WHAT YOU FEEDING THIS GIRL? SHE IS TOOOO TOO BIG."

the next twenty minutes were the "oh my god look at how big susie's* boobs are" conversation. with the whole family.

Submitted by: waxwalan
I find this very interesting because most of our parents (if not all) go great lengths to entertain guests. They purchase new silverware, load up on snacks and food, etc. So when the guests arrive, abiding by this rule, I just think it’s kind of insulting. A paradox even. You see how elaborate they set the table, and the more-than-enough food spread out, and you think you’re being curteous to refuse. Do we expect them to finish the meal by themselves when we leave? 
Then there’s the infamous battle: Them: “Ah-Ah! Come to the the table, eat something, o!” You: “No, no. *stomach growls* I’m okay.” Them: “You don’t eat? You anorexic?” You: “No, I eat! I’m just not hungry right now, thanks.”  Then the niceness vanishes. Them: “Look. You’re in my house. I swear, if you don’t get up and eat this food I spent forever making you will be greated with a dirty slap to the face.” You:"…On second thought..I guess I could take you up on a bit of that fruit you got over there.."

Submitted by: waxwalan
I find this very interesting because most of our parents (if not all) go great lengths to entertain guests. They purchase new silverware, load up on snacks and food, etc. So when the guests arrive, abiding by this rule, I just think it’s kind of insulting. A paradox even. You see how elaborate they set the table, and the more-than-enough food spread out, and you think you’re being curteous to refuse. Do we expect them to finish the meal by themselves when we leave?
Then there’s the infamous battle:
Them: “Ah-Ah! Come to the the table, eat something, o!”
You: “No, no. *stomach growls* I’m okay.”
Them: “You don’t eat? You anorexic?”
You: “No, I eat! I’m just not hungry right now, thanks.”
Then the niceness vanishes.
Them: “Look. You’re in my house. I swear, if you don’t get up and eat this food I spent forever making you will be greated with a dirty slap to the face.”
You:"…On second thought..I guess I could take you up on a bit of that fruit you got over there.."

I couldn’t make this up if I tried..

My mom and I went to our local african market one day to pick up the usual, phone cards, plantain, etc. The girl who checked us out had a bit of an acne problem. …which my mother thought it be a good idea to point this out and proceeded to say [TO THIS GIRL], “AHHHH! Your skin… hmmmmmm. I have some creams that will clear your skin riiight ahhp! Next time I come, okay?”

To say the least, I was mortified. Yet amused. I scolded her in the car, and said, “MAAAHM! you can’t go around telling people that!!!” “What??  I am doing her a favor!”

Submitted by: bunnybye

Recently my family went on a vacation to Costa Rica. At some point while at the hot springs my brother was stung by some bug. My dad proceeded to tell him about a middle school table tennis match when he fell in such a way that he was stung by two different scorpions on the same leg. And after sucking out the venom his coach told him to get back in the game.

Submitted by: squidsarebeasts

Storytime!

Relating to this post. as well as this post.

So, my uncle arrived last night. He and my mom are going to Nigeria one of these days. Today, they brought a scale into the living room, struggling to get my uncle’s suitcases to 50 lbs each. He assumed he would be able to pack some of his things into my mom’s bags and everything would be fine and dandy but nope! People have already been calling my mom and requesting random things. She barely has room in her bags for her own items!

I just found it ironic how these posts just went up not too long ago and I already relate. xD

Asked by Anonymous Anonymous

I have a story relating to your last post:
So, my aunt joyce came to visit from Uganda. She came over to my cousins house, and my cousin was trying to loose weight. I quote her "Oh, Hi Linda, How are you, how is school, are you driving yet?" (My cousin got back surgery, so she couldn;t drive for a while.
On the last day she was leaving, she was like "Oh, Bye Linda, Be good, and here are your presents, etc" She also says while patting Linda's stomach "Loose some, okay?"

Relating to this post

Asked by Anonymous Anonymous

One my parents always say...
Me: Mom/Dad im going to the movies
Mom/Dad: No in our family we go by plan no last minue!

Not exactly in those words but something like that

Asked by Anonymous Anonymous

*Mom on the phone with back home*
Mom: Heres your grandma
Me: *fuckkk*

Asked by violated-bacon-deactivated20140 violated-bacon-deactivated20140

Today I was walking down the hallway and this guy stopped me.
He said "You're Keri, right? The one from Africa?" I said yes. He says " Do you guys really have pet Lions??"
I take a long look at him and say "Yes. His name is Moustapha. I walk him everyday through the village, and he likes to be petted between his ears."
The guy looks at me like :O.
-_______- I sometimes hate people at my school.

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