An old woman boarded a bus to Lagos from Calabar and told the driver: “Driver, please, when we reach Benin tell me o.” The driver nodded and then she shouted again: “My children, una hear wetin I tell am?” Everybody responded: “Yes, Mama.” On the long journey to Lagos, everybody slept off and forgot about
Tunde: I am now in the dumpster at ShopLeft. My first time ever. The smell of my poo is killing people here. Tunde: I am sooooo badass. Shade: Looooool *tears* *tears* *tears* *tears* *tears* *tears* Shade: Oh lawd!! Tunde: I’m almost choking myself to death. Tunde: I can imagine the comments guys will pass when they step out of here.
To snoop is to hunt around furtively in an attempt to find out something, especially information about someone’s private affairs. In relationships, snooping is often frowned upon. Why go through your partner’s phone, PC, wallet, pockets and bags? But perhaps there are some merits to snooping. We bring you three good ones. One: To have
Are we going to ignore the miracle that occurred?? "@aminugamawa: People don't want to die. ??? pic.twitter.com/zawiovkMDH" — yos_a (@_MoyoA) July 29, 2015 Did you see that fella who jumped out of the wheelchair and ran?!
Recently, I was honoured to chair the reception party at a wedding here in Lagos. Everyone knows that wedding guests really do not give a hoot for speeches, much less the chairman’s speech. No-one wants to hear the chairman’s speech at any occasion. Every time I had attended a wedding reception, I wondered why the