Yes, the title is a bit vague but I want to rant, no, talk😁, about being a, ugh, what the title said. So strap on!! Sorry just watched a space movie.
Being an Igbo Nigerian is hard, I mean you have probably seen videos online with titles like “African parents when…” Or “African parents be like…”
That way you already have a hint about what we go through… So much wonderful memories..🤧
But.. when you an Igbo, (the parents are really strict when it comes to education, it’s especially worse if they were not privileged to go to school, it’s already your duty to be an A student but I’m not a straight A student, more like a B and C student, yes, I failed, they won’t let me hear the end of it!) Catholic Nigerian, it’s much much worse. Apart from the many many prayers we get to choose from 😲 and the group activities -that nobody joins-, my Dad just announced that we should not be friends with the opposite sex!
I'm not really a people person to be honest, and I tend to be a bit toxic☣️ like sometimes. That's probably why I don't have much friends... Great.
All my friends are guys, the few girl friends I have are far away like FAR. So, if I cut those ones off, well,
I’ve got none.
Thanks Dad for cutting off the guys in my life so that I can be socially awkward when I’m going on a date in my 30s!
I really admire people who were straight A student through all their schooling years, like that’s amazing! Like the Asians but some of them don’t actually like the whole smart Asian stereotype and left the education, no, science sector to do something else because most (one) of the animation videos I watch on YouTube is made by an architectural student! He rubs it in our faces 😤.
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Love 💕 Gl!tch
Photo by Domics video on YouTube.