RSS

Hilarious ! 10 Things You Will Never Find in an Average Nigerian Man’ s Waste Bin During This Recession

05 Feb

Nigerians have cried out bitterly in recent
tines over the economic hardship they are
currently dancing and many have had to
cut down in the kinds of buy and use.
These are the kinds of things you are not
like;y to see in a Nigerian man’s house
during this recession.
1. Burnt Foods : You can notice this when
you want to dispose waste materials to
PSP officials. Take a glance at the disposal
carriage of their vehicles and you will
never see any burnt food disposed by
people. It’s either you find biscuit nylons,
sweet wraps, broken buckets, etc.
This means that people now stay glued to
the kitchens watching over their foods
just to avoid a story that touches the
heart. Even if the food gets burnt, they
will carefully scrap the underneath of the
pot and will still eat it.
2. Rice: Gone are those days when
people used to throw their leftovers into
the waste bins when they can no longer
consume it, but recession has brought
about changes, whereby, almost every
citizen now has a peak milk tin used for
measuring rice for a perfect gauge,
considering the fact that a bag of rice can
now buy plot of land in places like Mowe
and Ibafo.
3. Spaghetti Nylon: The price of spag has
now increased by 250%, therefore, only
the rich can afford to buy it. In fact, the
demand for spag has drastically reduced
to the extent that many spaghetti
companies are now folding up. To be very
sincere with you.
Tosyne2much has not eaten spaghetti for
the past six months so how do you even
find the nylon in my waste bin? Never!!
4. Empty Can Milk: Another thing you
will hardly find in Nigerians’ waste bin in
this period of recession are empty cans of
Peak milk, Three Crown, etc. The prices of
these commodities are not smiling on
youths at all. What you’re liable to find
are empty Cowbell wraps, Jago milk wraps
and the likes. This is because people now
settle for sachet milk rather than can milk
5. Condom Packs: This sounds very funny
but it’s very true. Most guys are now
broke that they can’t even boast of one
square meal a day let alone three square
meal. Guys now channel their little
energy on things that will brighten their
future rather than $ex.
Now that most states can’t pay salaries,
most guys are starving and they won’t
even have the energy to bleep a lady for
30 seconds let alone one hour. You will
barely spot condom packs in waste bins
because “na person wey chop bellyful go
fit get the energy to satisfy ladies for bed
nah”
6. Egg Shell: The last time I priced a
crate of egg, I had to dish insults and rain
curses on the seller thinking he wanted to
scam me, unknown to me that a crate of
egg is now being sold at N1, 100. Many
people can no longer eat eggs anymore
because of the hike as they now settle for
mushrooms and kote fish.
7. Empty Noodles Packs: Empty noodles
packs are the common thrashes you
would find in almost every waste bin in
Lagos but now, spotting empty noodles
packs in waste bins has become a thing of
the past. On a very serious note, finding a
pack of noodles in waste bins in this
period of recession is likened to finding a
Nigerian politician that doesn’t embezzle
public fund.
8. Bournvita/Milo Cans: An average
Nigerian student likes to buy beverages
every semester but recently, recession
has robbed many students of these things
and barely would you find them in their
rooms nor waste bins.
9. Corn Flakes Packs: Many students will
agree with me that most ladies normally
use corn flakes packs to decorate their
rooms so as to intimidate their fellow
students and visitors by positioning it on
their trolly for them to see.
But recently, people now use empty corn
flakes packs to design their rooms even
without anything in it. I once visited a
lady last week and when she went outside
to get me a chilled soft drink, I spotted a
corn flakes on her trolly and wanted to
eat some, only for me to find ridiculous
things such phone charger, desktop and
USB cable in it.
10. Sardines Cans: Before coming up
with this article, I actually examined up to
15 waste bins as my case study, and to
my surprise, I couldn’t even find an
empty sardines can in those bins. I
known this is due to the fact that
recession has escalated the price of
sardines to N250

Advertisements
 
Leave a comment

Posted by on February 5, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

 
%d bloggers like this: