First of all, I just realised that I actually say the sweet name I type here. As in, I always say it out as I am typing. I just always feel like you can hear me saying “hello darling’. Lol. Don’t mind me, it is the love I have for you :*. Anyway, I am sooo sorry for not posting yesterday, my head was shaking small. I didn’t think I could do it but Elsie and Kolajor, gave me the moral support i needed.
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Mok una see me, see trouble o! I was seating down happily in a bus and the guy beside me decided that he wanted to look for my trouble. He just put one hand on one nostril, turned to face me and start trying to clear the other nostril! You see how people will just buy job for themselves ba? If it was once e for no pain me o, he did it over five times. He is just lucky that nothing was falling from the nose on y body. I was almost scared of him trying to blow Ebola my way but I know say God pass Ebola. lol.
Ehen! I think I was too quick with my thanks to the spitters………. They are still very strong. On my way to work, one man that was walking directly in front of me decided to let out the Atlantic Ocean from his body. The spit he poured on the ground is enough to sail a ship on -_-. I almost burst into tears, unfortunately all I could tell the *baba* was “*mtchew and hian*”. Let me not even talk about the puddles I saw at *obalende*.
I have learnt not to sit by any window or the door in any bus I enter; until the rainy season is over. I learnt that the hard way. I sat down by the door a while ago and I was drenched! E remain small for me to open umbrella inside bus. Unfortunately someone must sit down by the door and windows. Yesterday the guy that sat down was ranting and ranting and ranting until the driver came down to close the door properly. The rain was still entering and the guy was very bitter. The only thing he kept saying was, “if I know, I for no pay”, I almost burst into laughter because the kind of beating he would have received at Oshodi would have been divine. lol. My people, try to avoid window and door seats if you want to enjoy your bus ride!
“What strong this woman? Are you an idiot? Bastard!” This is what the keke napep driver said to a female police this morning. Why? Simply because she tapped him on his back with her baton and asked him to keep moving. The funny part is that he waited until he was far from her before he was asking her o. Lmao! I think say e no dey fear.
Aha! to my highlight of the day!!!! I went into a shop to buy my darling orbit o. I saw the sales attendant giving some customers their change and receipt. I walked up to him and next thing I knew, he was dabbing his hands with a sanitiZer! In fact, I laughed my ass out! The guy was even embarrassed. I wasn’t laughing because he used it o, it was just funny to me because I have never really seen anyone take the Ebola so seriously before. When he was giving me my change, he held the money by one end and stretched it out. The guy didn’t want to risk any form of contact! May God help us o. Someone said Ebola reminds him/her of the ‘rise of the planet of apes’. That scared me tho. I really pray that the disease will have cure soon and people will stop dying and living in fear too. Please, try and take this Ebola ish serious; let us take the adequate precautionary measures.
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