The Differences Between Growing Up In A Nigerian Home And Growing Up Anywhere Else

1.
When you misbehave anywhere else:

grounded


When you misbehave in a Nigerian home:

beat

How will they now ground someone they don’t even allow to go out?

2.
The washing machine anywhere else:

washing machine
via @sirNdou


The washing machine in a Nigerian home:

nigerian child
via @SirNdou

Your clothes oh, your parents’ clothes oh, your neighbour’s clothes sef, all join. You will wash.

3.
When your parents see you resting anywhere else:

are you comfortable


When your parents see you resting in a Nigerian home:

What have you done that you are resting?

4.
The dishwasher everywhere else:

dshwasher
via @zas_leo


The dishwasher in a Nigerian home:

nigerian child
via @zas_leo

That big pot on the stove is sha your worst enemy.

5.
Saturday mornings anywhere else:

Sleeping Boy


Saturday mornings in a Nigerian home:

help

You will clean the house till it’s time to go to church the next day.

6.
The car wash everywhere else:

car wash
via @Gash_III


The car wash in a Nigerian home:

nigerian child
via @Gash_III

You will wash under the car join.

7.
Before you go to bed anywhere else:

bed time stories


Before you go to bed in a Nigerian home:

my friend sleep

Bedtime stories ke? Read your bible and sleep biko.

8.
The TV remote anywhere else:

tv-remote1
via @DJWoske


The TV remote in a Nigerian home:

nigerian child
via @DJWoske

Which one is remote when you are there to change channel.

9.
How your parents wake you up for school anywhere else:

Man-knocking-on-door


How your parents wake you up for school in a Nigerian home:

kick door

Better wear your uniform and be going to school.

10.
The vacuum cleaner anywhere else:

vacuum cleaner


The vacuum cleaner in a Nigerian home:

nigerian child

Oya go and carry that broom and packer.

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