Nigerian guys could be so annoying when it comes to asking women out. If you are a Nigerian, you will understand the word 'toast' as this is what most people can relate to in the society.
We have talked about the weird styles Nigerian guys use while toasting women, this is because they have refused to step up and man up. Virtually all the 'scopes' and 'formats' they use have been known by ladies who get turned off as soon as they do any of those things.
In this piece, we would be looking at the things Nigerian guys say while trying to toast women. We are sure you must have met some of these annoying guys who follow this guide when it is time to ask women out. Most men in Nigeria follow this pattern when they want to approach women they like.
Find below some of the annoying things Nigerian guys do while trying to toast women:
1. 'Essquiz me sister'
Oh no. Nigerian guys do know how to burst one's bubbles with their introductory statement. They have a way of calling you while trying to talk to you. It would be super nice for them to go poetic when trying to talk to women.
Some have failed in this area though as they crammed someone else's lines and got stuck in between. This phrase is usually preceded by whistling. They leave the women wondering who their sisters are.
2. Where is your base?
Nigerian guys can be so ridiculous with the foolish questions they ask women. It is so frustrating when they talk to women and they ask this question within two minutes of chatting the women up.
What do they want to do with this information by the way?
3. Are you not Folake? You look familiar
This is very annoying, every lady they walk up to is always looking familiar. This is their primitive way of striking a conversation.
And when they think they are smart by trying to guess the ladies' names, it pisses the ladies off the more. What is wrong in walking up to women and being straight? Must they always follow this archaic guide?
4. Can I have your phone number?
And after wasting your time for some minutes, some Nigerian guys feel it is normal for you to exchange contacts. What for? Anyways, some ladies are mild and may break the rule of not dropping their phone numbers at first meeting.
5. What are you doing?
After giving your phone number to some of these guys, you will have to put up with some of the annoying things they would be saying to you over the phone.
This is their supposed way of showing love and care! They would keeping calling your phone to ask you annoying questions like this. They naturally assume it is their right to know what you are up to.
6. Have you eaten?
Why do Nigerian guys call to ask this question when they know they do not have any plan for the ladies in that aspect? Ladies find it irritating when they hear this.
If you claim to be mild and answer this question, you will go on to tell them what food you ate and who made it.
7. What are you wearing?
It is extremely annoying when Nigerian guys ask this question. They do not know how to play their cards right and end up asking the wrong questions.
Why would you ask a lady you are trying to ask out this kind of question? What kind of impression are you trying to give her?
8. Send me a picture of you?
And who are you to ask this question? Some Nigerian guys want things to happen very fast; they ask questions they ought not to ask while trying to toast women.
The same day they get your number they also want to see pictures of you. And if you do not know your worth, they may end up asking for more.
9. How many boyfriends do you have?
Excuse me? How is that your business? Some ladies get uptight when men start to ask certain questions. Nigerian guys do have a list of annoying and frustrating questions.
10. Tell me about your family
In this era where people are being kidnapped anyhow in the country? It is unacceptable to expose yourself and put your family at risk because some Nigerian guy is trying to form conversation with you.
In spite of this, some Nigerian guys would say this to you and expect your mouth to run like a tap while giving out detailed information bout your family.