My Battle With Anorexia (with pics)

I always took pride in talking about my successful weight loss journey. But the truth is a whole lot of ugliness transpired in between. I was inspired to write about this after reading "The Silence We Eat" By Oyindamola Shoola. So, this post is lowkey dedicated to her. The females in my family tend to … Continue reading My Battle With Anorexia (with pics)

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Confession: Failed coup

Well, I actually made this confession some 16years ago but I was having a blast from the past and decided to share this unusual story. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ When I was in JSS1, we had this beautiful and sweet class teacher. We called her Aunty Eunice. Damn, that woman was fine and the closest to an angel … Continue reading Confession: Failed coup

Ditching the bra!!!

Today is the day we let our babies loose ALL DAY! *does the chicken dance* Let me give you gist. β€’ Early last year, I got into full blown panic mode. I was feeling some kind of big 'kokos' in my left breast so I made the big mistake of checking google. Google told me … Continue reading Ditching the bra!!!

Proud PhD Holder in Bus Hustleology

Honestly with what just happened, I deserve a PhD in Bus Hustleology. Abeg, no yab me. 😌😌😌 But wait, what is happening in this Lagos? The traffic has become a giant Hydra swallowing up everyone and everything. Anyways, back to the gist. So, I have been at the bus stop for over 40minutes waiting for … Continue reading Proud PhD Holder in Bus Hustleology

Molue: The pre-danfo and BRT era.

Growing up, I had a sweet bitter relationship with molues. We were living in Mile 12 while schooling in Somolu. I was introduced to the world of tracks at about 5,6 years aka you run after bus. You had to get to the Mile 12 bus stop at a particular time. If you don't, you'd … Continue reading Molue: The pre-danfo and BRT era.

Lies our parents told us.

As a kid, I'd come home and complain to my folks I wasn't seeing the board in class. My dad would shout at me and say it's because I sit too close to the TV. In my junior high, I finally put a name to my predicament. I was short sighted and needed to use … Continue reading Lies our parents told us.

Disappearing Act

I've had a fever all day and as I lay in bed wondering how long it would take water to boil on my skin, I remembered an incident that happened when I was a kid. We had a hospital in our compound there were always constant visits there. Whenever I had a fever, I noticed … Continue reading Disappearing Act

Noodle Scam

I woke up this morning really hungry and this time, it's noodles with a PhD that came to my mind. I'm just here salivating in the staff meeting. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ Who remembers those early noodles adverts where they will put just one 70g noodles in a big pot of water and voila, by the time it's … Continue reading Noodle Scam

Death by Train

"Death by train." This is what would have been making the rounds among my friends after the news of my death has broken out. This happened when I was in my year two in college. I had this crazy friend I was always rolling around school with. One day, he suggested we took the train … Continue reading Death by Train

Accidental Sidechick

This is a story of that awkward moment when you realize you’ve been parading yourself as a peacock when you are actually a chick. A side chick. 2012 was a rocky year for me in the dating circle. I made up my mind to stop dating regular boys and go for β€œchurch” boys instead. Maybe, … Continue reading Accidental Sidechick