Many times, we are full of regret that we loved somone so much, that we sacrificed so much, that we gave so much – but ended up with the short end of the stick. The temptation to romance regret is strong. But you should not regret playing your game. It is your game. You gave so much because that is who you are. You sacrificed lots because that is your game. It is who you…"Why you should not regret sharing your pearls"
It seems very fashionable for members of the female gender to complain about men’s inability to give them the Big O. Actually, these days, it looks like men get blamed for everything that’s a problem to women. But that’s a subject for another day. Back to the present subject. That endless talk about how men’s game is whack is all too common. But have you ever tried to get a car to fly? That’s pretty…"If you cannot give yourself an O, who can?"
How do you stand out in a crowded market that already has a clear leader? Mister Mo uses market leaders, Nairaland, Linda Ikeji and MobilityArena as muses. A member of my team drew my attention to another tech blog that is an attempt at a rip-off of MobilityArena.com. We have a long list of such blogs. We are flattered by the imitations that keep springing up year by year. I am an advocate of more…"Nairaland, Linda Ikeji, MobilityArena: Photocopy Is Not Easy"
Anyone who has followed my writings for at least one year knows where I stand when it comes to brands being unwilling to pay tech bloggers for services. Should you be new on these streets and so be on the dark about it, I call it BS. Pardon my French. Every person who offers a service deserves their pay. Today, however, I am here to call out bad behaviour on the part of some of…"Dear tech bloggers, are you really ready for business?"
If you want a certain blessing from God, you have to ask – which is okay. But it often gets more complicated from that point on. In truth, it looks like idol worship all over again. Let me paint the picture for you. You see, you have to ask in a certain way. Then you have to sacrifice by way of giving and sowing seeds. Then there is that matter of ensuring that you speak…"We might as well go back to idol worship"
Synopsis: An American driver, Jack Curry takes a job driving Nigerian celebrities to the annual GIAMA Awards to impress his boss Kate. Along his journey he tries to become friends with actor Jim Iyke, who wants to be left alone. Genre: Comedy My Verdict: An insipid movie."American Driver Movie Review"