All the readers who won't drop comments?
Uh, who am I leaving out??
Am super excited putting this down. You see, my days of living a regimented life is gradually coming to an end and now am seeing the truth in the saying "you don't know the value of what you have until you lose it"
Let me use this medium to wish Moby a belated birthday. You know our agreement oh *bats eyelashes*
A lot has been going on in this camp, really funny stuffs oh. Some days back we woke up to the news that the girls in the other hostel stole 4 phones in the dead of the night and that was the topic of the day only for the soldiers to wake us up around 1am the following midnight to match us all to that hotel. Mhen I was scared oh, many of us tied towels there self. We were asked to sit on the floor at that point I became apprehensive but the soldiers just talked to us and that was it.
Initially, I was very careful as I've heard stories of theft and the likes in NYSC camp but really even my water wasn't stolen in my hostel oh. That's surprising really but now that the girls in the other blocks are showing their talents, am alert after all the child that says his mother won't sleep will not sleep too.
As usual in the orientation camp, many ladies have been flirting with soldiers and I ask myself why girls choose to be stupid, I mean camp holds thrice a year which means these guys get to sample different shapes and sizes of girls year round yet some girls would go and spread their legs!!!! Really those soldiers that approached me directly or indirectly got a taste of my caustic tongue. I just pity their poor wives at home.
Another trend I noticed is that some married women removed their wedding bands so they'll be able to flirt freely and am asking myself what manner of women these are.
Mhen, I've seen different kinds of people from different backgrounds oh. One on my hostel will tell you it's her veejay and I just shake my head when I go out at night because the things I see, I just can't deal.
By now we know certificates are awarded in learning and character but the set of graduates I see on camp ehn! Imagine a graduate that cannot spell daughter, a graduate that was asked his relationship with his next of kin and he wrote "married", graduates that cannot speak English, some cannot write at all, some don't know the difference between he and she.. Even some of the OBS crew speak rubbish that now am regretting why I didn't join OBS.
How about my platoon? Am in platoon 8 and really it's full of useless people. Everybody wants to be the boss and we know there can't be two captains on one ship but my platoon peeps don't know that oh. Well by this time next week, I'll have become an ex platoon 8 member.
Lovelies I didn't want to type this but I owe you this because y'all have been checking up on me. The calls, text messages etc. Okay, I was really sick 5 days into my stay here and I had to be injected along side the drugs I was given but now am verrrrrrrrrrryyyyy fine, am very fit as fiddle and I partook I'm all the man o war drilling (check my Facebook page and instagram for some of my pictures).
Really I've been enjoying myself on camp, and no, I've not fallen in love yet oh *bats eyelashes * but err *runs away*