How have you guys been? Hope your day is going well. It has been forever; work wanna kee ya geh I think they realised that my weekend was fab and they decided to make yesterday stressfulllllll. Any way, I am sorry I kept y’all hanging. A big thank you to those of you that asked why I haven’t posted. Let me just give some announcements before the actual aproko.
1. Tomorrow I will be starting a new series by one of the best writers I know….watch out!!!!
2. I would be posting new episodes of eko o ni baje thrice weekly; on mondays, wednesdays and fridays. Except on days that the gist is heavy 😀
Now, to why we are gathered here;
I entered a bus with a girl and a guy from my bus stop and it was a very terrible ride. They realised that they were neighbours when they were younger and they decidee to play ‘catch-up’. Now, as cute as that was, my problem is that the girl’s voice was loudddddd….. As in, I dey follow them laugh wen joke enter. My aproko ears could not just help itself. I listened to their gist until the bus got to obalende. Please, if you know that your voice is loud, shut up when you are in a bus! We really don’t care about your failures and achievements. Thank you.
One very weird thing that happened again was that I entered a bus and a guy dressed like a moslem cleric was preaching in the bus. I had never seen a moslem preach in a bus so it was different. Next thing, the guy started preaching about Jesus Christ too! I was confused at that point. I remembered a yoruba movie that I watched last week that showed a group of guys that were preaching and doing miracles with both Allah and Jesus’ names. Orishi rishi. I didn’t hear the end of the guy’s sermon though, my bus stop was calling.
Something very funny just happened in this bus I am in at the moment. I entered the bus and everything was fine. Suddenly I started smelling something small small. I sha locked up because I thought it would get better. Men, after a few minutes, some other people entered the bus and the smell came back with annoyance this time. People started grumbling and asking each other if they could smell anything. We started insulting the driver and his kpakakpaka bus because it was smelling like something that was pulled out from a suck-away. Next thing, the guy beside me that was helping us binu stood up and left the bus. As soon as he left, brethren, the smell went with him. At first we kept quiet but after like 30seconds we burst into laughter because he was obviously the origin. lol. I am just glad that he did us the honours.
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