Monday, Barack walks into the office with a grande cup of Starbucks vanilla latte because why use the free fancy Starbucks coffee machine in the office break room?Read More »
So Tiwa does a pregnancy test and it turns out she’s not pregnant. I don’t know how I feel about that; it was just too convenient for the script writers.Read More »
Can we now say it is confirmed that Tiwa is pregnant? While it was good that Shalewa and Didi were ecstatic about the news, because of course every new baby deserves to be celebrated, I think they may have been a bit too shallow. Shalewa was busy talking about being the godmother while Didi was talking about Mide scoring a goal. Goal ko, goalkeeper ni.
“I’m still going to ask Ezike for money for my wedding dress; he doesn’t need to know I got it for free.” That’s what my former coworker, Shade, said after she won a free Pnina Tornai wedding dress from a bridal boutique. I responded with a full expression of disbelief all over my face. “You have got to be kidding! What do you plan to do with the money since you already have a dress? Save it for your new home?” “New home ko, new mansion ni. Of course it will be my personal spending money,” she said.Read More »
Shalewa, Shalewa. How many times did I call your name? When something happens in a relationship, you don’t just run off without talking about it. Even if you end up leaving, still talk about everything and listen to the other party. Talk about what happened, how it made you feel, and what decisions you would like to make going forward. Otherwise, you make assumptions and leave the other party guessing, and both of these lead to what? A disaster.
Honestly this episode should have been called “Poor Tiwa and Shalewa.” The script writers are messing with our emotions. This wasn’t our plan for this season. Tiwa and Mide were just supposed to jejely get married and live happily ever after, while Shalewa and Mohammed get engaged, and then we plan their wedding next season, period! But I guess the show reflects this thing called “life”; sometimes it throws things at you that you just wish undone so badly. On to the gist…
Let me tell you about the day I got the eye roll of my life. It was the day of my cousin and his fiance’s traditional wedding; let’s call his fiance Abena. I was staying in the same hotel where Abena was, and I don’t know who sent me and my two left legs to go into the room where she was getting ready.Read More »
Last year I turned 30, and went all out with a cocktail-style birthday party. I’d been chatting with my friend about it; let’s call her Anwuli, because why not? Anwuli was so excited to attend.Read More »