If you grew up with African parents, then we are pretty sure you must have heard all of these statements at least once a day. Since home training did not allow you reply then, we’ve come up with every reply that must have crossed your mind.
Put it on my head
Oya bring the head now
The person that came first does he/she have two heads?
Does Dangote have two heads?
Are you leaving my house looking like that?
Ehen whose house do I live in before?
Why can’t you sit in your own house?
Because my friends don’t live in my house
Why are you always pressing phone?
Should I press your head?
Who are you talking back to?
There are only two people in the room o
Can you see the time you are coming back?
Yes I have two eyes
Why are there still plates in sink?
Did I put them there?
Do you think I’m your mate?
Excuse me Aunty how?
Why are you crying?
Aunty you just finished cane on my body, and you are asking me why I’m crying?
Who are you looking at like that?
Who dey my front before?
I’ve been calling you since morning, are you deaf?
Are you the one that took my hearing?
Will you get out of my sight
Ehn close your eyes if you don’t want to see me now
Do you think money grows on trees?
No I don’t that’s why I’m asking you for it.
So you’ve started following boys?
Shey I should follow girls instead?
Why can’t you get straight As?
How many As did you too have, and you are asking me
Disclaimer: Please do no try the above at home, we will not be held responsible for the loss of any life that may result from it.