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Come one, come all.
@Oyefolak, you’re highly welcome too. If you can make it up here in time from North Carolina, I will consider giving you a ride back home on my bike.
You’re All Invited was published on February 2nd, 2010, with the tags actfl, Discover Languages Month, under the Academic, adventures, Fun category. There are currently 3 comments on this article so far.
I object! Cancel that exploration of the Yoruba culture through American eyes, and instead explore the Igbo culture. Everyones knows we’re nice anyway. You said so yourself when you came to Maryland, remember? You did say you would rather marry an Igbo girl, too, remember?
Ehen, so cancel that Yoruba culture exploration. “We “don’t need it. I’ll teach you all you need to know about the Igbo language. And really, there’s only one thing you need to say repeatedly: IGBO KWE NU!!!
I’m sure you know the answer to that, don’t you?
Posted at February 2, 2010 on 11:16pm.
Good luck! 🙂 Wished I could come ..
Posted at February 3, 2010 on 2:34am.
@Vera, OBJECTION OVERRULED! Kola himself knows that presentation, beyond rote memorization and regurgitation, requires some practical framework which can only be acquired by being actively informed and involved in the subject matter. So, dear Vera, allow the Yoruba man to explore his father’s culture through his newly grown American eyes .Kola probably said he would marry an Igbo girl just to excite you for treating him to a bowl of garri and sumptuous bitterleaf soup… afteral, it’s no news again that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.
@Kola,tanks for the invite,but it came rather too late.For future presentations,send your bike to pick me two days in advance.I hope it’s a power-bike? If not…
Do it well and make us proud.You go guy.
Posted at February 3, 2010 on 2:13pm.
Play nice. Be constructive.
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