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What the f*ck happens in Nigeria at Christmas that is so special!? Why do all of you disappear to the motherland in December? It's not even like it's cheap because I've watched my boy try to get flights and they're a rip off at that time, mainly because you ALL go.So tell me, what is it!? This isn't a send, I actually wanna know. sh*t's ridiculous. Are there carnivals or suttin? WTF?!And don't just say that there's nothing in particular. That's what you all say. Feel like you're hiding something from me but I'm not concerned enough to actually go there and find out.

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Nothing, nothing at all..other_awesomenessShiftyEyes.gifYou should go and tell us all about it.

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my naijas r goin this christmas aswellaskin man to bak itwud b live still

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I imagine it's the same as xmas in Ghana (not as good obviously).The heat and celebrations are plentiful. Went to one rave in Ghana on boxing day in 2006 and 90% of the rave was Londoners, no hype. The DJ was shouting out different areas in London and people were making noise.

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Nothing, nothing at all..other_awesomenessShiftyEyes.gifYou should go and tell us all about it.
lmfao/we burn oilwait thats all year round
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Went to one rave in Ghana on boxing day in 2006 and 90% of the rave was Londoners, no hype. The DJ was shouting out different areas in London and people were making noise.
that's where the affs will be at...London
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I imagine it's the same as xmas in Ghana (not as good obviously).The heat and celebrations are plentiful. Went to one rave in Ghana on boxing day in 2006 and 90% of the rave was Londoners, no hype. The DJ was shouting out different areas in London and people were making noise.
Lol..c/s, bare londoners going ghana n that...positive thing 4 surei'm going Ghana next summer again :bounce:
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I imagine it's the same as xmas in Ghana (not as good obviously).The heat and celebrations are plentiful. Went to one rave in Ghana on boxing day in 2006 and 90% of the rave was Londoners, no hype. The DJ was shouting out different areas in London and people were making noise.
Lol..c/s, bare londoners going ghana n that...positive thing 4 surei'm going Ghana next summer again :bounce:
Haven't been Ghana during Summer for a long time. The heat would probably just drive me crazy. At xmas it was just about bearable. SUmmer must be crazy.
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need to touch a naija rave...may not be possible ffs

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I imagine it's the same as xmas in Ghana (not as good obviously).The heat and celebrations are plentiful. Went to one rave in Ghana on boxing day in 2006 and 90% of the rave was Londoners, no hype. The DJ was shouting out different areas in London and people were making noise.
Lol..c/s, bare londoners going ghana n that...positive thing 4 surei'm going Ghana next summer again :bounce:
Haven't been Ghana during Summer for a long time. The heat would probably just drive me crazy. At xmas it was just about bearable. SUmmer must be crazy.
I dunno what it is but for some reason I can stand the heat... it's like I just feel at home. My mum was walking around with a flannel and complaining when she flipping grew up there ¬_¬ even the mosquitoes hated me lol... out of 15 of us that went I was the only one not to get bitten.. muahahaha
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we set teifs on fire and sit in the streets drinking Gari as we watch thier bodies ablazeI have never been naij in December

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Need to reach Ghana on a sly.My house is built on the same road as all my god fearing family members so I'm quite pissed.I'd get caught slipping taking chicks home trying to catch HIV.

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Ghana Xmas >>>>f*ck*ng HOTTTTT though.

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we set teifs on fire and sit in the streets drinking Gari as we watch thier bodies ablazeI have never been naij in December
Drinking gari?
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yes niggah, Gari and Watah, dat cassava crack behbeh

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I imagine it's the same as xmas in Ghana (not as good obviously).The heat and celebrations are plentiful. Went to one rave in Ghana on boxing day in 2006 and 90% of the rave was Londoners, no hype. The DJ was shouting out different areas in London and people were making noise.
Lol..c/s, bare londoners going ghana n that...positive thing 4 surei'm going Ghana next summer again :bounce:
Haven't been Ghana during Summer for a long time. The heat would probably just drive me crazy. At xmas it was just about bearable. SUmmer must be crazy.
ive never been in Xmas time..kinda used 2 the heat though..only thing that will do my head in are the cocroaches n mosquito's
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I imagine it's the same as xmas in Ghana (not as good obviously).The heat and celebrations are plentiful. Went to one rave in Ghana on boxing day in 2006 and 90% of the rave was Londoners, no hype. The DJ was shouting out different areas in London and people were making noise.
Lol..c/s, bare londoners going ghana n that...positive thing 4 surei'm going Ghana next summer again :bounce:
Haven't been Ghana during Summer for a long time. The heat would probably just drive me crazy. At xmas it was just about bearable. SUmmer must be crazy.
ive never been in Xmas time..kinda used 2 the heat though..only thing that will do my head in are the cocroaches n mosquito's
I'll accept mosquitoes to be considered as normal but these I can not
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I imagine it's the same as xmas in Ghana (not as good obviously).The heat and celebrations are plentiful. Went to one rave in Ghana on boxing day in 2006 and 90% of the rave was Londoners, no hype. The DJ was shouting out different areas in London and people were making noise.
Lol..c/s, bare londoners going ghana n that...positive thing 4 surei'm going Ghana next summer again :bounce:
Haven't been Ghana during Summer for a long time. The heat would probably just drive me crazy. At xmas it was just about bearable. SUmmer must be crazy.
Apparently its actually hotter around december than in july. Anyway, i wanna reach ghana this december.ticket prices though...wooyyy
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yes niggah, Gari and Watah, dat cassava crack behbeh
LOL @ nut adding peanuts with that . > __________Off topicFAO GHANIANS.Whats this about ghana in the park somewhere in north london 2moro?Apparently sway, stryder, dizzee & tribal e.t.c are suppose to be performing. can someone confirm this...
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Ghana Party In The Park Date: Saturday 8th August 2009Venue:Copthall Park, Champions Way,Mill Hill, London, NW4 1PSTime 10am-6pmLive Performance from Ghana: Praye,Live Pa's from the UK: Doneao,Tinchy Stryder,Chipmunk,Napaman K,Tribal Man,Sons of KingsCultural Dancing from: Sohu Cultural Troupe / Abladei UK/ Abrempoh Cultural Group Attractions: Durbar of Chiefs / Football tournament /bouncy castle/ face painting/ Ludo/ Oware / Draughts / Spar / food exhibition/ Ampe / Best kente or traditional outfit competition (Cash Prize) / cultural dancers/ Comedy/Acrobatics / Playstation games centre.Fashion Show: Nkay Design/ Ertink Collections,So Swarvey Inc.DJ's:French Kiss/ Moss Camp / Specialist Crew/ Peekay / Teepee / Big L / Alordia/ Invisible/DJ Jobo/ Trackmaster / Quakes ‘n' Stroller/Giles Bossman / Fiffi Pratt / George B / DJ Skob/Gizmo / Levi /Sweetboy J / DJ Bills/ /Junior Cato/MC's: Kwaku Owusu Frimpong (Rainbow Radio), Ama k (OBE TV), Bola Ray/ Wolfman (Joy Fm) /Clark Pentua /Warren Gizzle/LyricalTicket / Stalls and exhibitions information call07551 048000/ 07944 344432 / 07525 248643/ 07985718522 / 07956 125195 http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=1841...&ref=search

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Usually quite live...Makes me laugh at how ignorant some people are thoughNever insult someone who is lighter than you in their OWN language... bloody baboon.

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f*ck that Ghana Party in the Park. It's just degenerated now from what it used to be. I'm hearing people go there to beef and people are getting stabbed up. I would rather hit the less bait ones. Think there's one that goes on in Cockfosters.

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