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THE BATHROOM CHORISTER

Sure I'm not alone in this. One of my friends once told me the bathroom was His best stage for music performances. Lol. I knew exactly what he meant because I AM A BATHROOM CHORISTER TOO.( covers face).
Majestically climbing to the podium; the bathtub. The sound of the water gushing out of the tap like an ever applauding congregation. Then I boldly grab my shower head, my microphone.
O yeah can the music begin!!!

NIGERIANS AND SAYING THINGS TWICE

Saw this on Facebook. Why do Nigerians like saying things twice? It's really funny thinking about it. I think the concept is in the believe that the first word ordinarily, is a verb, stating an action. When said twice in a sequence, it acts as a noun, telling us the characteristics of something or the person being spoken of. Check it out...

SWEET BABY, HOW FAR?

"Guy, guy, try something new, mmn? Try new stuff.
When I was in Jss, it was "Sweet baby how far?"
After junior Waec, "Sweet baby how far?"
Made it to SS thankfully, "Sweet baby how far?"
SS3 and its tiring extra murals, though we got a chance to express torn-eyes emotions (mine tore in JS2 sha) *Grinning*
Still, "Sweet baby how far?"

MY #NYSC EXPERIENCE

Hi! Hobbers, thank you so much for being patient with me while I recovered. I am very grateful. I can walk properly again. No more limping. So, today, I decided to share my #NYSC experience. I have been holding off on that one for too long. 

UPDATE: NO MORE PAIN KILLERS FOR ME #TBT

So far, so good ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿ™Œ. It's been a week since I was diagnosed with peptic ulcer and started medication. So this is an update on my status. 

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