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9 TYPES OF WEDDING GUESTS IN A TYPICAL NIGERIAN WEDDING

March 19, 2017

So I went for a wedding solo as in no hubby, no pikins, no nothing. just me cruising in my
car and feeling like one high-class babe. The event was for an old time classmate and I was invited by my close friend Portia. so I did my makeup, wore my beautiful blue dress made my me...(so holla for yours, very affordable) and my journey to Gwarinpa started. I got to the church and waited a while for the bride to arrive and after all the church lovingintis. we all headed for the reception. Immediately I got into the hall, I started noticing some kind shady moves and looks and faces here and there and so I decided to share with you guys.  Mean while feed your eyes with some pics from the event and let me know what you think. 
  

1.The Money Sprayer: 
Have you ever been to a wedding when that one guy/lady/man/woman just wants to show off, Asin they carry cartons of money and from the door, they start spraying and the look on their face is just epic like they are trying to make a point. So this wedding I went for the money was so near me I felt like doing shoki to pick some. 

2.The Dancer: 
OMG, see who is talking...I'm that girl please head over to my INSTAGRAM page to see my moves. The way I was dancing and having a good time, you would think it was my wedding.

3.The Food monger: 
We were so hungry on our table that we finished our small chops before they said Jack Robinson. the hunger was not here and i was surprised that no body was forming. 


4.The hottie: 
OMG, you know that girl that just thinks she's too fine or just finer that everyone else and she no go just siddon one place, gallivanting around. 

5.The Gossip; 
So while we were dancing and feeling ourselves, there were a group of girls that were just gossipin upandan. How do i know they were talking about us. They weren't good at been coded. Unlike me when i want to gossip, you won't even know. lol

6: The judger:
So aunty, you came for a wediing and the bride was pregnant, why start asking judgy questions. Is it your belle they are using to carry the baby or is it your money they will use to pay hospital bills or buy clothes. Keep your thoughts to your self and learn how to respect other peoples decisions.

7. The Questionaire: 
You are just on your own o, enjoying your self then one sister or brother will just come and start asking you questions asif you you are the MC abi you are the event planner....have they cut the cake, how did they meet,  what did she say, did she buy her dress here. na wa na wa. people of this world go and ask the bride

8. The Beggar:
So you will just be sitting dwn, one aunty will come and start explaining  things to you, excuse me ma, please if you can help eme with 200 naira for transport fair blah blah blah. So how/why did you come for the wedding and the funny thing is that this person is looking good o.  

9. The Souvenir Thieves:
I nearly wanted to write the theifer or the stealer cause no they don't deserve a proper word. How dare you come to a wedding and thief my souvenir. so na you need am pass. The way we were all hiding and holding on to our souvenir, one would think we got a warning call like watch out for the thiefers

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8 comments on "9 TYPES OF WEDDING GUESTS IN A TYPICAL NIGERIAN WEDDING"
  1. Looool! Nice and funny post!
    You forgot the 'mogbomoya' (it's yoruba) the ones that just invited themselves and they can hustle for everything o! Lol!

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    1. Lwkmd. They were there oo. And they can struggle for Africa.

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  2. Looool! Nice and funny post!
    You forgot the 'mogbomoya' (it's yoruba) the ones that just invited themselves and they can hustle for everything o! Lol!

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    1. Lwkmd. They were there oo. And they can struggle for Africa.

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  3. Lol, you didnt include the observers. I don't think I fit into any category 😏

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    1. I feel like those that observe always have this judgy look on their faces so observers fall in the judgers.

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