Anonymous said: but there are plenty of americans who play football (er, soccer) so they know why the players can't pick up the ball and run to the goal. that particular person just doesn't know how to play. that has nothing to do with their country, dude. really stetchin' it for a joke, eh? but i guess you wouldn't have gotten nearly half the notes had you not put "american" in there.
Americans hate to be made fun of. Lmao mad or nah
Who’s ready?! Africa will make it very far this time💪
I’M SO READY
so ready for nigeria to lose an easy match and for me to have to start telling people i’m ghanaian.
Face of Akwasi.
#ghana #creativeexpression #boy #young #creativesilence
You can find paradise in the motherland…
Namibian vintageguru in Ghana
said: I was looking at your "Going to Ghana?" list and one of the few things I was confused about in regards to just asking 'why' is things you don't ask. The one that I wasn't sure why you couldn't ask is what something is... Why can't we ask what something is? I think it's only human curiousness to ask such a question. I don't think Ghanaian people would restrict foreigners their right to know what their doing, eating, reading, saying...
You know at a point when you’re always asking why and asking questions you’ll get annoying. Just go with the flow don’t always gotta ask. Some things don’t have answers and explaination you’ll get on someone’s nerves eventually
Fan Ice and Yoghurt. Lmao 😂 #OldCedi #Ghana