In life change is constant. Your bolero jacket of that year probably won’t be able to withstand the laughs it’ll pull off if you wore it in 2020. Your metabolism isn’t what it once was and your hairline is planning an intervention as we speak, begging for you to let it go. Yes, change comes […]
What do you know about Irrfan Khan? Let’s play a game called jog my memory: Remember this scene from Slum dog millionaire? I mean who can ever forget. We have the inspector who is searching for the truth clashing with a young innocent boy. We see them dance until the end where the inspector concludes […]
The full meaning of SAED is Skill Acquisition and Entrepreneurship Development. It is an important part of the NYSC orientation activities. The government understands that there are a lot of unemployed youths, and that with each graduation, this number rises. Hence, the role of SAED as a means to equip youth with skills that will […]
Marriage is bat shit scary. What? Why are you all looking at me funny? I just said out loud what we all secretly think about. He who is without “how tf will I marry someone” should be the first to cast a stone. Yh, I didn’t think so. Anyway, seeing as young people generally feel […]
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There are a few things I’ve never understood – how low-rise jeans ever became fashion statements, how Jim Iyke always wound up with an American accent regardless of what country he visited, how Elisha Abbo remains a senator, you get the picture. Recently, a brand new entry has been scattering all of my brain – […]
Unless you had a boring, social media-free night on April 27th, you definitely heard about the Nigerian government’s plan to have a gradual ease of the lockdown, which has so far been in place for a little over a month. Everybody has an opinion on this. Some think the government is right to open the […]
Bring back our wedding parties!
How’s the interior of that groundnut bottle?
The curfew in Nigeria was just announced by President Buhari. Starting 4th of May, you are to be indoors between 8pm and 6am.
The Lockdown in Nigeria (Lagos, Ogun and FCT) has been on for almost 4 weeks. Tonight, Buhari addressed Nigerian on the next steps. It was long, but we’re here to break it down for you.
Read your bible instead!
You know how they say cheer up, things could always be worse? Well they ain’t ever lie. Granted, we’re home alone or with family – our genitals whittling away from zero use, coming to terms with the fact that the rice at home isn’t always from the best location, but trust us, things could really […]
Long before we had Burna boy or Mr. Eazi, we had songs with local spice. Even though they didn’t have the greatest lyrics, they made us dance. And some even had moral instructions for us. Part of me wishes we had the adult version of these songs that made childhood a lot more bearable. I […]
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, most of the world is currently on lockdown. Some people are trapped with family, while others are with lovers. However, there are also a bunch of people who are all alone. So, we asked 5 Nigerians who live by themselves to share what the experience has been like for them. […]
Of all the things the lockdown could possibly make us long for: a simple day at the salon, the warm touch of your favourite barber, a night of unholy rocks with your best friends, the usually horrible feel of a Monday morning didn’t seem like it would make the cut. And yet, here we are […]
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I miss my Grandma. I haven’t seen her all year because of the stress of adulting and now, miss Rona. We talk over the phone but nothing can replace the warm hugs and fuss in person. Her asking if I have eaten and me shrugging it off – both of us silent partners in this […]
Where did our childhood go? That’s one question we keep asking. We hope that this post makes you think of your childhood and the many fond memories that come with it. 1. Digestive biscuits. 2. Bakers short cake. 3. Milk maid. 4. This stellar assembly of stars. Look well for your fave. I can see […]
The subject of today’s Lockdown Diary is a university undergraduate who is self-isolating with her mother and her brother. She has had enough of her mother’s frustration and needs to go out. Day 1: Sunday, 22nd of March, 2020. I return from school today. I have just finished my examinations at the University of Ibadan, […]
Before Instagram people started to mix and sell creams, these were the original gangsters in the world of skincare. You can argue if you want, but you know that we are telling the truth. 1. POP face cream. It was called Sharly. Not sure if that’s the right spelling, but this face cream was the […]
Today’s Sex Life features a cam girl who has learned a lot about sex, her body and how to make money supporting clients during the coronavirus pandemic.
There is nothing sweeter than having your own money and having your own swimming pool inside your own house. Because the wahala in a public pool is more than the enjoyment there sef. If you have ever used a public swimming pool in Nigeria, then you’ll relate to this list. 1. People who enter the […]
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