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    Default What have you learned From Ghanaian and Nigerian Movies

    Well I haven't seen a lot if Ghanaian or Nigerian movies but from the few i've been able to sit through to the end,i learned that in Nigerian movies;

    the pregnant house help always throws up in the presence of her "madam" and "madam" always says " Are you pregnant"



    what have you learned ?
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    the house girl always dey want wat her madam get ..... lolololol



    lololololol
    statistics are what other people have chosen to make real.

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    lol
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    ive learned that you can predict what is going to happen at the end of the movie before the first 30mins.

    Honestly I don't know how people sit through these slow movies.

    One thing is, the camera is always on a car which one of the actors is reversing (as if something is going to happen but nothing). I don't know what the point of that is.
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    hahahahahaha why am I not surprised about the responses to this thread...

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    I also learned that all the cellphones in Ghanaian movies have the same ringtone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Q' lypse View Post
    ive learned that you can predict what is going to happen at the end of the movie before the first 30mins.

    Honestly I don't know how people sit through these slow movies.

    One thing is, the camera is always on a car which one of the actors is reversing (as if something is going to happen but nothing). I don't know what the point of that is.
    True talk bro
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quophi Aletse View Post
    the house girl always dey want wat her madam get ..... lolololol



    lololololol
    Ahhh Quophi lol
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    I Learned that the security guy sitting at the gate in both Nigerian and Ghanaian movies always responds to any visitor with the words " Master No dey"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pope Bitterz D'Alomo View Post
    I Learned that the security guy sitting at the gate in both Nigerian and Ghanaian movies always responds to any visitor with the words " Master No dey"
    hahahahhaaha not all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CuTiEbABy View Post
    hahahahhaaha not all the time.
    OK 95% of the time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pope Bitterz D'Alomo View Post
    OK 95% of the time
    hahahahahahaaa walleva

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