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HUMOUR COLUMN: Buhari 2015

First off, let me apologize for my long absence. I know a lot of you really missed reading my articles. I had to go into a kind of hibernation, so I could meditate on some things and write better in this year 2015. *accusing silence* Ok, that’s a lie. My ...

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The Most Absurd Break-Up Letters Of All Time

There’s not much to say here by way of intro, except that some of these letters are downright hilarious. Some people really need to use their words, honestly. LOL. Check on them below.

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Kathy Griffin Debuts on “Fashion Police”

“Now, before I start making more enemies and burning more bridges, I just want to thank my good friend whom we all miss, Joan Rivers,” Kathy Griffin opened Monday night’s return of Fashion Police saying. “Of course. So Joan, I know you’re watching from heaven. But don’t get it twisted. ...

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HUMOUR COLUMN: Lessons Learned In 2014

As 2014 ends, I’m sure we all have learned quite valuable life lessons, which I am sure will affect our New Year resolutions for 2015, so that when we enter 2015, we can make all those mistakes again, and the only difference would be the changed date. So, I will ...

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HUMOUR COLUMN: Count Your Blessings

Hello, guys, have you all seen Atiku’s garri picture? Look for it, it’s really nice, shows you how his government policy will be. Meanwhile, I salute all those campaigning for Buhari or Atiku, or whoever else is running for presidency; you people are so intelligent and informed. Half the time ...

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Writer’s Block And What It Truly Is

Originally published on africanlovestories.wordpress.com A Writer’s Block is a fancy phrase to justify absence from writing or simply a case of complete cluelessness. – Unen Ameji There, I said it! So it has been a while since my hasty fingers made contact with these black responsive keys. The clicking sounds, ...

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HUMOUR COLUMN: Let’s Talk About Laughter

They say Laughter is the best medicine. But I don’t believe them. If they had said laughter is good, that would have been acceptable. If they had said laughter helps your looks, I would have accepted it. Well, not entirely, because I know a lot of funny people who are ...

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HUMOUR COLUMN: Call Your Father (A Story)

The teenage boys walked down the road. It was recently tarred, and the hot sun glinted off the tar and off the flashy cars that hurtled up the road, back the way they had come. Their fertile minds darted in various directions, wondering what mischief they could get up to, ...

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HUMOUR COLUMN: Up In The Air

I still do not understand the lure of travelling by air. I prefer going by road anywhere, even if it will take weeks. And occasionally, sadly, I am proven right. However, I will not entrust my life to a pilot I might not even see till the flight is over. ...

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HUMOUR COLUMN: Midlife Crisis and Some Other Things

The average Nigerian has a serious generalization problem, as you can see from this first sentence, and subsequent others. You remember back then in secondary school, teachers cured autism, Down syndrome and ADHD with the time-tested and trusted remedy – cane, pankere or koboko, depending on where you schooled and ...

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