The highlight of every Nigerian party is where the “Shayo” flowsShayo is a Nigerian Pidgin word that is either used to refer to alcohol .a.k.a. booze or the phrase “to drink alcohol”. Just like the rest of the world, Shayo parties are a popular occurrence.
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Shayo parties are often informal and casual. They can be held in homes, bars, or clubs.
So what’s so special about them? Well, for one thing, they’re a lot of fun. The atmosphere is usually relaxed and festive, and people are encouraged to let loose and have a good time. Plus, there’s always plenty of alcohol to go around.
Here are some fun ways in which the slang word, Shayo can be used.
That guy don “shayo.” Which means the guy is drunk.
How far, you see “shayo” collect? Which means were you able to get a bottle of alcoholic drink?
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Shayo parties are a great way to socialize and meet new people. They also provide an escape from the stress of everyday life.
As with all things, “Shayo” with moderation and drink responsibly. And if you know you are hammered, be kind enough to take an uber and not drive.
The next time you attend a party in Nigeria, do not forget to look out for where the Shayo is at.