Kirikata, kirikata …. Lol! I couldn’t resist adding that there.
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I have used a chewing stick once in my life. Just once, as far as I can remember. Who knows what I did before I started teething. We shall not discuss that here.
Okay, maybe I will. Not today, sha. But for a small fee, I might be persuaded to …
Back to the matter. The chewing stick matter.
Ehen, as I was saying …
I remember the taste and smell of the chewing stick. Clearly, it was not a pleasant experience as I have not for one day in my life said to myself:
“Hmmm …. This toothbrush is not werking. Time to switch to a more archaic tool. Aha! I’ll use a chewing stick!”
Nope. This has never ever happened. And it will never ever happen.
But what if it was the other way round, and you have always used a chewing stick? What do you think your chewing stick would say to you?
Well, I imagined it and decided to share it. read more…
I suppose you read the title. Wishful thinking, ba?
From time immemorial, Nigerians have always crashed weddings. Okay, I know “crashing” sounds like a bad word, but if you were not invited to the wedding, i.e. you did not get an invitation card, or some sort of invite, then you’re a wedding crasher. Simple.
Yoruba people call it “Mo gbo, Mo ya,” which literally means “I heard, and I branched / stopped by,” and it applies not just to weddings, but to any kind of celebration: birthdays, house-warming, etc. Once they hear about it, they shall be there. read more…
It’s the last day of January, and what better way to celebrate the end of the month, than share the end of a story?
Don’t answer that.
… And after Number 3 is Number …. Oh, I’m just itching to write 7 here. Wait, I just did
But, no that’s the wrong answer. The correct answer is 4. You’re welcome.
Welcome to the last week of January!
Honestly, I am happy to say “Bye, Bye” to January. But before the month ends, we’ll complete this series.
Here is Part 2 of Toasting Her.
Have a fantastic week ahead and Enjoy! read more…
I am very excited to share this with you.