The first guy I ever dated broke up with me to be with my closest girlfriend (let's call her Aria). So it was a double blow, I was grieving and didn't even have my girlfriend to comfort me. She just sent me a dm on Instagram telling me 'goodbye forever'. Then I broke up with … Continue reading Does Your Ex Call You?
I don't watch the news channels often because I always end up pissed. But once in a while, I like to be current so I can rub it in my friends faces that I know more national info than them. Yesterday evening was one of those times. I was about eating dinner.... Let's just skip … Continue reading Guess How Much The Lawmakers In My Country Earn
Like seriously, You left a comment on their post telling them to "pleeeaaaase read your blog'. You post once in a blue moon. You are not Beyonce, you cannot disappear for months and then reappear and expect to be even more popular than before, plus you don't have twins. You don't reply comments. Blogging is personal, … Continue reading Reasons Why No One Reads Your Blog
How many of these apply to you?: You think every girl who is a tomboy is most likely a lesbian and every guy who wears pink is probably gay. You'd open doors for a woman but wouldn't do the same If you were in the same condition with a man. You've asked a woman to … Continue reading Don’t Argue, Baby You’re A Sexist And So Am I
He said he loves me. He said I needed to be submissive to him, like what does that even mean? He said there's no equality in relationships. It's called 'understanding' in relationships because one person (him) 'stands', and the other person (me?) is 'under'. He said I've been a man all my life, I need … Continue reading Dating For Feminists
WordPress sent me this 👇👇👇 And I was on my own alone, drinking because I achieved a small milestone, feeling like a little big shot, happy for myself and telling myself well-done for not stopping just yet. So in my good mood, I opened my whatsapp and immediately get a message from a friend - … Continue reading Green Is The Devil’s Color
As a child, growing up was my worst nightmare. I believed adults were terribly unfortunate people because the adults around me always seemed to have issues that made them unable to smile or love. I wanted a pet cat, but my parents said no because it's a popular (and quite silly) belief among Nigerians that … Continue reading Who Wants To Talk?