Am so so sad right now and nobody should try to console me. I did a hard reset of my phone this morning and the next thing I discovered is that my pictures and music are nowhere to be found. I don't use a memory card and that makes it worse. This phone has been acting funny in recent times and am not used to touch screen to ditch this for my sony xperia, besides the expensive data charges *i wonder when wifi will be free in Nigeria* the pictures didn't pain me as much as my enya and Osadebe collection; *wipes tears* I've been forming robocop since but the reality Is just dawning on me. Nawa oh
Anyway aside from that, let's talk about some wrong beliefs we were fed as kids because yesterday I was teaching the kids about rocks and they said when they were in basic four, their teacher told them that the last egg a snake lays turns to diamond *rotflmao* I remember my mum used to say women can't eat gizzard, the truth is I didn't taste gizzard till I was 18, omo, after I tasted it it was like I found a new love oh!
Another is I remember my mum used to tell me that when I wash onugbu (bitterleaf) I should throw away the water far away because if I cross it, my veejay will be paining me *sigh* well, I crossed the water several times self and nothing happened.
Another my yoruba friend used to tell me was that if I sneezed, it means I was being gossiped about somewhere! Kai! So much for ignorance
She also said if I hit my left foot against the stone it means I'll have a bad day! Lmao she said I shouldn't look at mirror at night, I can't remember why. Oya, over to you. What lie(s) were you told as a kid?
I remember the grand lie! That if you add water from the beach and water from the tap together, it will be 'fighting' lwkmd.