As old as I am I can’t even chest small injection
I went to the hospital and during the doctor’s prescription, she mentioned nebulization and I was like okayyyyy.
When she mentioned taking an injection, I think a volcano erupted in my mind, my life flashed before my eyes but I had done fleeking makeup that day so I couldn’t afford to fall my hands for any reason. So I just gulped about a couple of times, smiled, kept a bold face and got the doctors report.
When I went down to the nurse’s ward, my strong girl face just melted when I saw the syringe ohh .I almost peed in my pants; I was shaking like a jelly fish.
I was begging the nurses for no reason. “Mma can you give me drugs I will take I promise”
“Okay please me the injection in my hand” “Okay can I take it on my lap?”
The Nurses where seriously laughing using me as a source of entertainment when I was having a nervous breakdown.
After pulling myself together, I got courage; I stood on my shaky feet and got the injection. Hmmm my dear that one is another drama ohh
I was almost in tears the thing was just paining me in my bum bum anyhow. My really hurt and all the nurses could do was laugh
Mtcccheww our Nigerian Nurses are just evil.
Being a Little Mischievous
I know some Nigerians would probably crucify me after reading this, but am still going to write it anyway.
I love my president!
I love RT Gen. Muhammadu Buhari
My love for him is the same love you have for your mother even after hearing that she is a witch,
My love for him is the same love you have when you stay with bae even after you learning that he is a cheat
What can I say?
Even when he keeps travelling to other countries, I still love him
Even when he does stay home for reasons best known to him, I still love him
He is like the father who you never see before you go to bed because he works late and still has to leave early for work the next day before you wake up. You know you have a father but you never see him and you still love him
more than they have for male body parts?
You want me to mention them?
Fine! I would mention the few I can remember and you can mention the rest
You can name the rest
Has anyone called you these names?
keep reading “littlemischievous”
She is radiant
Her smile brightens up the room
Her laugh the most contagious of all
When she throws her head back to laugh it comes out rich and full of life
Her body is like God took his time to create every contour, every bump and every curve
When she walks all eyes turn
They turn because they envy her, the turn because they know she is not only beautiful on the outside but inside too
Whether dressed in rags or glamour’s clothes she is never held back
She is fearless even in the face of fear itself
She is confident
Her self-esteem is bigger than 10 men’s ego put together
She is strong
She is an African Woman
Dedicated to Ms. Linda Ikeji
What if once a baby is born on a geographic region, they are automatically able to speak the language of that area without being spoken to!
Asin Zero stress to learn language; no chewing tongue, no famzing
Just a God given birth right to speak the language of where you were born
And the extra is; you can still learn other languages as you grow. I.e. more time to learn your mother tongue
Omo I would like to be born in Abia state oh!
So that I would be able to understand what Phyno and Flavor are saying in their songs make I no dey curse myself
Okay what made me think of this?
I was watching a Nigerian movie last night and female young graduate who wasn’t employed went to apply for the post of driver, mind you the vacant position just demanded for a graduate who wants to be a driver.
Okay so this lady on reaching the office, when she told them that she is applying for the post of driver. They told her that the post was for a male graduate not a female. The thing that made that scene stick to my mind was the epic reply
The lady said “As I no come be man nko? Make I go kill myself?” this country is now employing female drivers”
And that is the thing that we keep forgetting, the world has evolved and some of us have been left in the stone ages where woman don’t pick up any other thing apart from cooking spoons and taking care of children we have not noticed that the world is making young billionaires and kid CEO’s. And as ladies we tell ourselves that a particular position is for a man and not for a woman and we unconsciously limit ourselves from so many things.
‘Well the lady in the movie eventually got the job not because of her gender, but because of her qualification’
This is a lesson I have learnt too. Your gender should not be your limitation if you are qualified then go ahead and get it!