10 amazing things on Twitter you should see NOW!

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10 amazing things on Twitter you should see NOW!

1. This photo of a Nigerian passport from 1985

2. This lady that assumed her boyfriend is dead, since she called 37 times

3. Four words most lady would love to her

4. This fees for a child in primary school

5. This struggle of a husband shorter that the wife

6. This parody video of Taylor Swift right now

7. This tweet on the convertible Keke

8. This tweet that describes gender equality in Nigeria

9. The roadside meatpie with beans inside

10. This homeless man who stepped up his game

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