Tuesday, 8 April 2014


Early Sunday morning my people

I told you I was back! I even replied all the comments on my last post. As in en, i'm balling. As for the Indecent Proposal gist, things are still unfolding so I will bring you the gist as soon as it is all baked and ready to be shared. Which reminds me of a funny toast I got during my service year. I will share that in my next post so stay tunedlool. Who deserves a kiss? Me right? Right. Love you too *grin*

First things first, I need new neighbours. The current ones are of no use to me. Those people are just occupying space. I'll tell you why at the end of this post.

There's one thing I wish people would learn to stop doing. Please stop judging people you have not spoken with for a while because as much as you think you have a lot going on, they might be going through worse. They might also be protecting you from their issues or they might feel safer keeping it to themselves. Judging them or using that as an excuse is just poor judgement. Someone said assumption is the lowest form of knowledge and I know this is something we all do from time to time. I know I've done it as well. My point is, always try to clarify before you make decisions based on your assumptions.

“And if you insist on continuing to make assumptions about my character, I’ll advise you only this: assume you will always be wrong.” ― Tahereh Mafi, Ignite Me

“We all make assumptions every day. Some more important than others. Some more damaging than others. And things, very often, are not at all what they seem.” ― B.B. Shepherd

Moving on. I saw something amusing while reading Kitten's blog and I thought to bring it on here. Humour me please and do this little exercise. Please be straight with me. Go anon if you have to. Of course you don't completely know me, heck, even I don't completely know me yet so feel free to answer with no holds barred. I promise not to come hunting you with a cudgel hehehe

Question: What comes to your mind when you think of me? How do I come off on this blog? Tell me what you think about when you hear/see/read me. That's it. Easy peasy. Thanks.

Oh the picture of Pepper soup? Well, my sister's neighbour who is a chef woke her on Sunday morning with a steaming bowl of pepper soup. So please, this is why I need to chase my current neighbours. New neighbours are desperately needed. 9jafoodie, Lohi, any takers?

The plate of Amala, Efo riro, Stockfish aka panla and Snails was what I consoled myself with later that Sunday. Delicious compensation I must say.

And don't forget, when you get, give; when you learn, teach.
I'll be back

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Sneaking In

Let me tell you how I know the world is coming to an end. The Ibadan House of Horror, that's how. My mind is still trying to conceive the kind of inhumane treatment meted out to random abducted people going about their business. To think people are capable of treating fellow humans like so is horrifying. Starving them for weeks and months *shudder* You can read about it here and here.
So I was watching Cheaters TV show 2 nights ago and there was a 31years old lady who suspected her man had been stepping around. She investigated and guess who he was getting it on and doing the nasty with? Her aunt! Her elderly can't-walk-properly aunt people! Like warrahell??! That's just wrong on all levels. When mama aunt was busted she said she was doing what her niece should have been doing. Like seriously? She had the impudence to be singing "it's my business" in front of the darn cameras. When she was asked why she did that to her niece, she said it was no big deal. Absolutely no shame. I'm just done with dark and twisted people. At least the guy looked like he was caught taking a dump in a pot of stew.‎

*sweeping away the gloom*

How have you all been? Let's just pretend I wasn't away for the longest time and carry on like I don't owe you an apology. *stares at feet*

Did it work? No? Alright, alright.
Je suis vraiment desole = I'm really sorry.

You all forgive me, right? Right. Thank you so much. I know you take me as I am with all my curves and all my edges. All my perfect imperfections :D

So I'm back and a lot has happened. Nope, I didn't have a baby nor did I get married. I didn't take over the world either. (Still working in that one lol) More like a car accident, more indecent proposals, new challenges, etc. I would  have given details but this post would be unnecessarily long. Most importantly, I'm winning.

Somebody wants to put me in trouble though. In this rainy season no less. The devil is a liar and I'm fleeing from temptation. This battle has been won sef so the devil can please swerve.

I'm currently reading the Famished Road by Ben Okri and it is quite interesting in a weird way. Maybe I will do a review.

HD, SNM and Coy are my nemesis. I don't know how these people can make me laugh and want to pull out my hair out of their roots at the same time but they do it. Day in, day out.

Tizzle my nizzle (ok, that sounded much better in my head) you are a blessing *kisses*
Atilola, Sykik, Atoskin, you know I love you right? You too Naija wife. Aya rere loode Naija Husband. Thanks so much guys for checking up on me.

Y'all should head on over to Bimpiziel Arena. She's fresh and raw. Unedited literally. Plus she washed me clean here so yea, ilike.
P.S: How's my new blog look? You like?

I'll be back. *kisses*

Saturday, 25 January 2014


My people, my sister and friend is organising a balloon decorations training in Lagos and Abuja so please clear your calendars and get ready. The renowned, award-winning, UK-based, Certified Balloon Artist and Decorator, Tope Abulude is coming to town with Olayemi Oyewo! Supported by Qualatex International.

Abuja Event: National Centre for Women Development, Tafawa Balewa Way, Garki, Abuja.
1st Session - Fundamental Stage: 17th February 2014
Time: 9 - 5pm (Lunch provided)
Course Fee: =N=20,000

2nd Session - Advance Stage (Dinner + Networking Session): 18th February 2014
Time: 9 - 5pm
Course Fee: =N=30,000

Lagos Event: The Jobmag Centre, 254 Herbert Macaulay Way, Alagomeji Bus-Stop, Yaba, Lagos.
1st Session Fundamental Stage: 20th February 2014
Time: 9 - 5pm (Lunch provided)
Course Fee: =N=20,000

2nd Session - Advance Stage (Dinner + Networking Session) - 21st February 2014
Time: 9 - 5pm
Course Fee: =N=30,000

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