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Ehen, i know it..your tafia made you click on this blog...see them..see them face.
And so i went on a very refreshing Trip to a far away Village. I crossed a very large River...or was it Ocean. How many Oceans do we even have in the Whole Wide World?
The number of days i spent in that far away place was really worth it..it was like i shld have 48hrs within the day...i woke up late and slept late...can you imagine me eating Pounded Yam and Efo Riro at 2am...drat....but
Isalelelele...Kokon Below, Kon below...Ma fi owo kan ibeyen ijo ni ko bami jo o...kai......dat's lagbaja baba muko muko for you....dat's from one of his lyrics....but then this blog theme is close and ever closer to that.
So was i going jejely o...not looking for trouble nor being mischievous...walahi...i wuz juess minding my own afternoon business when all of a sudden dis middle aged driver vied from the right hand lane into my path 3 lanes to his left at the toll gate to the bridge..F-S.h.i.t...u
So they took a bus going from Mile 2 to Oshodi....she heard the conductor shouting Oshodi Oke ma wole o....no change, hold ur correct change.....those were the days of they running to catch Danfo....which they did for close to 5years with their mammaries bouncing.....i dont know who caught d bus more, they or their mammaries
Hmmm....Toke the other day just got out of the shower and was about to start the usual morning ritual of pampering her body with Olay Body Quench Lotion...she
Hmmm....wey my enemies, wey dem....dem go take, wan gba.....dat was wat i heard as we were entering a function the other day in a very quiet but upscale part of London. One of my Cousins was having a sorta Thanksgiving Shakement and was dancing.....walahi, it took me a while to understand y he was saying that....finally got to know that it's was been said in a good and fine way...just as he danced to some old tunes....wo won agba
Walahi, those people for Queens land sabi
Just two years after our marriage, hubby brought up the idea of asking Mother to move from the rural hometown and spend her remaining years with us. Hubby's father passed away while he was still very young. Mother endured much hardship and struggled all on her own to provide for him, see him through to a university degree. You could say that she suffered a great deal and did everything you could expect of a woman to bring hubby to where he is today.
I immediately agreed and started