Happy Birthday 360NoBS!! We’re 6 Today.
Here are Six Most Engaging Articles We’ll Love You To Read
Dear 360NoBS addict, we are 6 today and we are celebrating. Let us ‘stylishly’ serve you our Top 6 Most engaging read on our platform.
Six years ago, our past readers loved it, we loved it, and we are sure you’ll love this throwback of compelling, humorous and real articles.
My entire sense of self has been defined by the ideas, opinions and personality traits of the men (and boys) that I’ve dated up until now; hence my somewhat dysfunctionality.
So I’m wondering, am I the Ultimately Exclusive Don-Dada in Relationship Identity Thievery, OR is it a natural thing to merge into one shared Identity when you are with someone? After all, the Bible does say that “the two shall become 1 flesh”.
OMG!! That would make me a number of duplicated fleshes!! God help me!!!
Tari Ekiyo takes her readers on a journey of her extremely dysfunctional love-life filled with being influenced by “multiple identities” and numerous “flesh-merging” in her relationships.
It was so wonderful a read, it made its way to the top six most engaging articles on 360NoBS.
I STOPPED SLEEPING WITH ASHAWO BECAUSE OF THESE THOUGHTS By Noble Igwe
How come Ashawos’ don’t get nominated for National Honours even though some of them are known to have serviced sitting presidents and the likes? Are they not being cheated? Service is service period and once you’ve served you should be recognised.
I think a commission should be set up to fight for this right and in next couple of years we should be seeing National Honours like Ms Cynthia George, AFRN (Ashawo Federal Republic of Nigeria).
Noble Igwe is humorously canny in this article as he delves into the world of “ashewo” to talk about his first, or second experience on the profession.
Noble’s realness in the write-up, particularly, when he tried to state the various stages of madness is whimsical, to say the least.
RelationSHEEP: CHANGELING By Franque
This is not a cry for help.
When my girlfriend and I broke up I, like other people before me, sought to solve a deeper problem with a surface solution.
Some will turn to Drink, others will turn to women, yet others will turn to God. Most people think about their options, some are led there by advice.
Me, I never thought about it. My option just happened to me. I turned to WOMEN.
Franque is a good writer with an ability to enthrall his readers. His bluntness in penning his realities via his articles placed him on 360NoBs most engaging read.
Non-African Women, What You Should Know And Do When Dating An African Man(Guide) By Ifunaya’s Piece Of Mind
Dealing with an African men takes lots of patience, the only reason why we, African women have an easier time handling them is only because we are surrounded by them constantly and grew up around them, I know they can be frustrating at times.
Nigerian men are crazy but that’s only because they love hard. As much as they might be a pain in your butt or do things that might frustrate you, an African man has all the capability of loving and treating a woman like a queen. Dating them could be a little challenging if not used to African men, but with some understanding, love, respect, and some home cooking, you will do just fine.
Ifunaya’s Piece Of Mind is literally her piece of mind as she writes from the heart. This heartfelt writer deserves a space on 360NoBs most engaging list.
Her ability to scribble “her opinion” – which is shared by many – creates an engaging ambience for her influx of readers who love to read her writings as well as comment on it.
I believe women shy away from voicing out their feelings to a man first in order to avoid the pain of rejection. When a guy makes his feelings known to a girl and she dismisses it he feels hurt too *believe me I know how it feels, it’s a bad feeling*. I think the ladies should understand this.
Men go for what they want, some are shy or are afraid of rejection but in the long run they go for what they want. In a world that is gradually becoming male-female dominated, women (girls and ladies inclusive) should be able to go for what they want especially in matters of the heart. To the guys reading this, I’m not saying you should sit down and cross your legs waiting for the sisters to come. I just want the women to know that the world is changing fast and certain rules are now obsolete, others are trying to adapt while new rules are being made.
Abido compels and holds his audience with his “it is what it is” style of writing. His spot on Top 6 most engaging is sealed.
His ability to bring forth reality into the sub-conscious of his readers assures him of an audience who can’t wait to finish reading so they can share their thoughts in the comment section.
@Sir_castiq Shares: What Women REALLY Want In Relationships By Redd Berckley
Girls eh, can’t leave ’em, can’t live without them. I think I’ve figured it out. The whole relationship stuff. Not totally though, but enough to get it to work. We as humans tend to be a little to focused on our needs. When we pair up with someone, we think about them too, but we tend to do it from our own point of view. Understandably, this leads to quite a few problems. You forget her birthday, or your anniversary, she gets angry. You understand her being irate but surely there is no need to take it this far. I mean it isn’t like you stopped loving her or being there for her. A single date just slipped your mind. You’ve been good all year. You should get a pass, right? No short answers here.
@Sir_castiq is as his name implies. He always dishes it as it is. He has no apologies for his opinions. Although people have called him out for having just one view on how things work, it doesn’t stop him from expressing himself.
He took a spot on our Top 6.
Read their articles and discover why they made it to the top.