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Thursday, 9 November 2017


Disclaimer: MATURED MINDS ONLY; quite lengthy, but hey...it's worth it😉

"A guy once told me that he never thinks much about his underwear (or back hair for that matter) before a big date (that may lead to the other room), because once he gets to the point of standing in his underwear with a girl, he's reached end game".

Newsflash: unless your score is drunk as a skunk, she's still judging you at the eleventh hour. And don't you want her coming back for more????


Get Rid of Girl Repellent
Depending on what you're wearing, your lady will either assume that you're game for a roll in the sack or having an asexual day.

You wouldn't wear a poorly fitted, frayed suit to a job interview, right? Same goes for your underwear on nights when you are hoping to get it on. Fortunately, if done the right way, your underwear can broadcast your desire rather than dampen the mood.

Bonus: if you know it’s her favorite sex hints, for every single time you wear them she'd know you wanted to have sex... It’s always a very clear signal.

Enforce Quality Control
I'm all for lucky underwear, but when it comes to impressing your girl, that luck runs out once the "lucky" pair gets so ratty that it looks like you've been attacked by wolves. You may very well fantasize about having your underwear ripped clean off your ass, but please don't start the job for us with a pair of holey, washed-out skivvies. Same goes for underwear with stains on them or stretched out elastic.

Bonus: At the end of the day, when you're naked, that's all you have, but the view in the moments preceding total nudity is important, too. What you're donning on the outside shows how well you take care of what's inside that underwear you're wearing.

Consider the Material
Underwear rubs up against you all day, and eventually your girl will be rubbing up against your underwear, too, so make sure that you check out what your skivvies are made of.

Bonus: If the material would look good on you as a shirt, it would make a good pair of boxers...not only should the cloth your underwear is cut from look and feel good, but it should hold up after a few washes, too and don't have to break the bank to find quality underwear.

Ditch the Tighty Whities
Tighty whities are to men, as granny panties are to ladies. According to Urban Dictionary, the pros of tighty whities are support in gym class and hiding an erection. The cons? Penis strangulation.

Bonus: please stop strangling your penis (and the female sex drive)! ...Let your them breath!!

Don't Overcompensate
These days, it seems even high-end brands are offering under-wears with their names written in huge script across the waist. Very eye-catching, but when the label competes with the size of your junk, our minds can't help wandering from sex to our next shopping spree. Show some real class and taste.

Bonus: Don't make your underwear into a billboard.

Finally!!! Be CLEAN, do your laundry!!! Don't wear your underwear for days🤢


Edited by MzTikworldofmore



Tuesday, 7 November 2017


A piece from one of the exhibitors

Hello awesome reader. Thanks for coming back to read yet another write up. “NA the work o” as a typical Nigeria lady would echo.

ART is life no doubt, but still it means different things to us. Life couldn’t be any better if only we see things deeper and truly differently.

The past weekend held Lagos still as the recently concluded ART X Lagos caught the attention of people, art lovers from all works of life across the city to, the CIVIC center, LAGOS.

It was a 3 day event that started from Friday and ended on Sunday,ALL DAY LONG. Trust me when I say the experience I had just going on one of the days was mind blowing. Every piece “said something”.

The most intriguing piece for me was that I enjoyed looking at the portrait of an elderly woman and was also forced to take a picture with the artist.
It made me reflect on life and all its stages and of course made me more thankful for the life of the 3 GENERATIONS I AM BLESSED TO HAVE (MY MUM, GRAND-MUM and GREAT GRANDMA).

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Tuesday, 24 October 2017


Hello reader, thanks for all your support. It's sometimes funny how I plan to write about something but another activity takes up the discussion. It is all about being real isn't it?

A few weeks ago I was involved in a conversation with some of my older relatives on a group chat and one of my uncles was scared about some environmental factors making him want to opt on returning back to the UK. It sounded funny but it was pretty worrisome realizing what seemed like an unpredictable burden to him- Fear of Reptiles!!! It also occurred to me recently as well that I have heard and read about peoples' testament escaping  reptiles even more in their rest rooms, how co-incidental I thought.

Your guess is just as good as mine, reptiles often times find their ways into the sewage or soakaway in a bid to chase rats which lurks around in one of those creepy places and pits using the tunnel as an easy access, as studies have shown. While chasing their "food" they find their ways through the channels leading to toilet seats. During the conversation, as earlier mentioned, I got to know some useful tips that can help from the personal experiences my other older relatives have had while on field trips or in a bush surrounded environment:


Here are ways to combat them when such situation arises:

1) Pour concentrated sulphuric acid on the snake till dissolved

2) Have a readymade rag fully soaked in kerosene thrown on the reptile or snake. It causes it to sting itself to death; this is so because they are allergic to kerosene which from all factors is harsh on them in the process causes them to sting the irritated part leading to self poisoning unknowingly.

It is important to note that in an environment with children or individuals with "special conditions" such harsh contents should be kept away to avoid domestic accident resulting from carelessness. The solutions shared are solutions that worked and are still working based on their experiences. Lastly, two rituals that should not be taken for granted is to always cover the toilet seat when not in use and also always look into the toilet before use. Ensure that it is properly clean enough and be ready to act when you feel there is something fishy going on beneath. LOL!

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Thursday, 17 August 2017


I have a bad habit which subconsciously I got used to, making it a habit-that-is-bad anyway. I easily get irritated due to my sensitive nature. The habit in question is spitting even without being pregnant when something turns me off. I think I know what’s running through your mind but trust me it’s not that bad. I had been working on it but took it more seriously just after reading what I am about to share.

The last “major” spitting encounter I had was on an outing with my mum. She called my name and said, ”This one you keep spitting like this, you don’t know you are doing yourself more harm than good with all the nutrients you are wasting from your body”. I gave her a look filled with surprises. I believe nearly everything she says because of her wealth of experience, exposure and job but was not expecting that so to buttress her point, I did my findings. It was good enough that she did not even think towards pregnancy as most people especially mothers would have thought of.

I know saliva plays a vital role in the mouth with digestion and that there is a gland that produces saliva called the salivary gland but I obviously underestimated it. Here are a few things I discovered which made my saliva earn my respect more:

 -----Saliva comprises 99.5% water. It also has electrolytesmucus, white blood cellsepithelial cells which can be used for DNA extraction;

           -----  Producing little or no saliva can lead to a serious condition called xerostomia which obviously results from dryness of the mouth;

       ----- Research shows that we make up to 2-4 pints of saliva per day varying from the most in the afternoons and least at night;

      ----- Having a wet or salivary mouth prevents some certain level of bad breath and considerable mouth/tooth diseases are avoided; 

      -----The saliva has minerals that protects the mouth and prevents diseases as mentioned above;

      ----- The more you chew or keep your mouth busy the more it helps the gland produce more saliva;

          -----  As initially stated, it helps with chewing and absorbing content(s) in the mouth which aids proper digestion

·         * The salivary gland is positioned inside each side of the cheek, at the bottom of the mouth, and near the front teeth by the jaw bone;
·         *  ”There are 6 major salivary glands and hundreds of minor ones”. Saliva moves through tubes called salivary ducts. 

      Many people may have forgotten these facts after the basic sciences learnt in school. Above all it has helped me curb the habit. I do not want to risk wasting some important minerals hidden in my saliva. DO YOU?



Wednesday, 16 August 2017

EbonyLife Films lands third major international festival premiere with THE ROYAL HIBISCUS HOTEL

Toronto International Film Festival selects film for ‘Contemporary World Cinema’ from hundreds 
 A charming, new romantic comedy from EbonyLife Films, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel, will be screened for the very first time at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September 2017. The movie is the only Nigerian selection and one of just three African features in the Contemporary World Cinema category, which spotlights forty-eight of the best new films worldwide.
Set in Lagos and London, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel tells the story of a disillusioned London chef, ‘Ope’, who returns to Nigeria and discovers that going home can bring unexpected surprises. This is director Ishaya Bako’s second feature, following his debut, The Road to Yesterday. The cast includes Zainab Balogun, Kenneth Okolie, Deyemi Okanlawon and O.C. Ukeje, with veteran actors Rachel Oniga, Jide Kosoko, Olu Jacobs and Joke Silva, many of whom are expected to join the director in Toronto for the screening.

The soundtrack features a score by award-winning musician, Cobhams Asuquo, and songs by leading Nigerian artistes including, Romeo and Juliet by Johnny Drille; Chemistry by Falz and Simi; Skintight by Mr. Eazi; and Tonight, Ocean and Radio by Nonso Amadi.
Mo Abudu, Executive Producer, is thrilled about the upcoming premiere. "The Royal Hibiscus Hotel has been a passion project for me –  the chance to tell an intimate story that has heart and soul, and explores romantic love in the older and younger generations. The film addresses some of the challenges around communication in relationships, while managing to be funny, warm and entertaining. Many of us have forgotten what it feels like to fall in love – I hope The Royal Hibiscus Hotel re-ignites this feeling in us all," she said.

Receiving such a significant accolade is important because it identifies the movie as a quality title. It is the second time an EbonyLife film has been chosen for TIFF, the world’s most important publicly attended film festival. The first was for the blockbuster, The Wedding Party, which went on to become the highest-grossing Nigerian movie of all time.

The TIFF premiere of The Royal Hibiscus Hotel is good news for filmmakers in Nigeria and the continent – and provides further confirmation that positive African stories are attaining global recognition, which is indicative of improved scripting and higher production values.
Major Nigerian bank, Fidelity and Guinness Nigeria Plc are keen supporters of the film. According to Adenike Adebola, Guinness Nigeria Plc’s Marketing Director - Guinness, Spirits and Reserve, "Johnnie Walker celebrates the journeys of the Nigerian Film Industry. For us, the selection of The Royal Hibiscus Hotel to screen at TIFF represents even more of the inspiration that abounds within the next generation of storytellers in Nollywood. We are fully vested in our belief that our films have a rightful place on the global stage."
Charles Aigbe, Divisional Head, Brands & Communications, Fidelity Bank was equally pleased of the association. “We are proud to be partnering with EbonyLife Films on changing the Nigerian and African narrative,” he said.

The 2017 edition of The Toronto International Film Festival will take place from September 7-17. The Royal Hibiscus Hotel is scheduled for release in February 2018. 

Friday, 28 July 2017


meme for the flood

It is no longer news that a few weekends ago in Lagos, especially the Lekki environs experienced nature's wrath with the flood that affected the high and mighty, offices, homes including mine and even eateries of course.

The hype on Social media has been quite dramatic till now with mixed feelings of sympathy and "beef" (this is a informal term used in describing a state of mockery or envy at someone's pain). Personally, staying on the Island is not a do or die affair but for proximity and other closely related activities it became a choice, a choice for people whose priorities depend on it.

While many people prefer the mainland because one is most times against traffic, houses are relatively cheaper, affordability and ease of movement is certain ; it is also believed that the island is luxury, breaking a neck to keep up survival and you have to be mobile to enjoy free flow of movement among others which is connected to having a fat-paying account.

71% of the earth is surrounded with Water and history as well as research has proven that Lagos initially emerged as a port city which originated on a collection of islands and separated by creeks. Research also has it that due to rapid development and urbanization, Lagos was classified into two parts- mainland and island; having the ISLAND as the initial city since its separation by creeks from the southwest mouth of Lagos Lagoon and protected from the Atlantic Ocean which stretch up to 100 km east and west of the mouth by barrier islands.

The flood incident occurred 5 years ago and statistics have it that it may reoccur in the near future. It is important to be watchful and be ready for the worst situation in the same vein here are a few tips I would advice:

1) Be careful and watchful. Always put off any appliance not in use especially cables.

2) If the house you live in is mortgaged either as a bungalow or duplex and your apartment is on the ground floor, be sure to use water proof cements and likes to re-level the floor; 

3) In a case where by you are the property owner of a building just in the construction stage, the foundation or everything that relates to the flooring should be considerably raised above normal leveling.

4) Keep important documents or items that can be easily destroyed by water away. Well whether it is a rainy or dry season important documents should be safely kept.

5) Have important rain accessories like rain boots, pumping machine etc and more importantly a good drainage system.

It is very important to be ready for any of the seasons that come understanding that we are from the tropical region and these seasons (wet/rainy, dry/sunny  as well as harmattan) are inevitable.

Thank you for reading. I hope you find these points helpful. Please we are always delighted to hear from you via comments. Do not forget to read, read and read again. More importantly SHARE.....

*Facts and images from GOOGLE/WIKIPEDIA

Tuesday, 4 July 2017


I have noticed for quite a long time now, especially among individuals who work to earn money; yes to earn money because a few people work by volunteering,to train or intern for a cause so its not all jobs that brings a proper source of revenue.

To be honest, many people do not feel comfortable sharing their income ranges with another party. This is psychological because reflex could make one ask "why do you ask", or "why do you want to know"?  People with high income could be comfortable about it but for fear of being highly rated or found easily accessible they may be mute about it, on the other hand a low income earner may feel a sense of insecurity especially when one would have though high of it.

This questions cannot stop coming in especially when the need for it arises. For instance, during:
* travelling application purposes
* job interviews
* among spouses
* bank documentation purposes and many more.

Bearing in mind that the way people take such questions can be a big deal to them hence they try to avoid it and prevent prying into their space and privacy. A friend sometimes ask me this question and I keep refusing, leaving him to guess. He sees it as strange and nothing to hide but truth is, we both view this issue from different perspective.

Some parents,couple or closely knitted individuals have no idea about their respective earnings with each other until they stumble on a sensitive document containing vital information as that. In as much as it is a personal business, it is also advisable to discuss about this with the necessary people not so that they can be "share-holders"from your money but can advice rightly especially for those who have issues with money accountability.

The choice is yours to determine who you tell as long as you are comfortable with it.

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Wednesday, 7 June 2017


Hello reader, I believe you enjoyed the past five months especially in this part of my world-MY BLOG. Welcome to a beautiful month of June.

Recently I was pondering on a reaction I got from someone looking so scared because his ears were itching, out of curiosity I asked him what happened and he said  " I think someone is calling my name or talking about me", then I sarcastically replied "answer or go and meet the caller" with a big loud laugh knowing fully well we both have no idea who that could be.On getting home I was forced to have the discussion about myths with my mum and some elders as this is something that has been from time immemorial for present and future generations to feed on by believing them.


In a bid not to seem too spiritual, I will rather say its a thing of the mind and your mind revolves around what you feed it with. Below are some myths I find interesting and also popular:

1)   Never allow a female baby fall off your back, else it will lead to her loss of husband(s) until the seventh time.
2)   Hitting your right leg while walking means good luck, on the other hand hitting one's left leg means bad luck.

3)   Eating while making one's hair will cause hair lice
4)   Eating at the door step will cause one to be unsatisfied or not "belle full" as a generic vernacular Language mostly used by an average Nigerian.
5)   Having a first fruit as a female child brings a peaceful home( even though an average Nigerian family would not trade anything to avoid a male child)
6)   Going out early in the morning and meeting a woman first signifies a successful meeting.
7)   On the other hand, starting the day's business with patronage from a woman means poor/bad sales for that day
8)   If a child doesn't walk as at when due, the parents should kill a fowl and feed the child with the leg to aid the walking pattern and skills
9)   Never whistle when it is sunny or at night.
10) Pregnant women should always wear a safety pin attached to their clothes when going out.

11) If a chicken/hen crosses the leg of a young lady,it means she would be pregnant in no time.
12) Also, if an individual crosses a pregnant woman, it is assumed that the child will exhibit the traits of the individual who crossed the mother as the child grows up.
13) If your right palm scratches you, it means your hand is about to handle huge sum of money.

14) When you receive an offering or gift from a person with your left hand, it shows discontentment or  ill-luck to the person who offered the gift or gesture.
15) When a bird/bat excretes/poos on your head,it means good luck is just around the corner for the person.

The list is endless and It will be a delight to have you share the myths you know of as comments to this post. It is quite amazing how people make a big deal  out of these. Truth be told I also took no. 7 and 10 myths very serious but as I initially stated it boils down to what one feeds his or mind with. Good luck!!!

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Thursday, 25 May 2017


It has been a rollercoster of emotions for me lately and as a habit, I find time to also meditate by spending time in the restroom(toilet). So a few days ago something struck me which I am certain many of us constantly experience; while peeing I farted and this happens many times. Many of us do not see this as a big deal but have you wondered why you fart while simply passing out urine especially first thing in the mornings?

In my quest to know more I decided to dig deeper and read through some things as well as ask people, it sounded so funny yet interesting. 2 out of 10 people claimed they do not fart while peeing which I found strange so If you are one of them its either you have not taken time to observe or you just do not want to admit it. Well, that is my teasing opinion.

I realized that quite a number of people were also just as curious as me, even though I am yet to get a satisfying  fact as to this psychological act we bring to life. Here are a few things I realized:

1) People's body metabolism differ as a result while many experience it, very few may not. I mean some individuals pee barely 3 times in a day or even may not poo in days. It is not because they are not normal but because their metabolism has adjusted to what they take in and way of life.

2) There are certain combination of muscles flexing/relaxing that makes you fart (flatulence) while you pee.

3) As much as I find this particular one to be hilarious, it is also logical and can be a summary of number one and two as stated above. When you finish drinking a sachet of water, a funny gas sound escapes from it afterwards. This can be closely marked to the experience one feels after peeing with gas escaping at the end of the outpour.

When one encounters this, it does not mean the person is not normal. In fact the gas can be strong and loud, not necessarily smelly but it is a good feeling after all, at least you successfully allowed the evacuation of air from "your corridors of power" .

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Tuesday, 23 May 2017


Nigerian Student Fashion & Design Week 2017 is announcing an open call for designers and exhibitors for its 5th anniversary. One of the foremost goals of NSDFW is to recognize young emerging creatives in
fashion and design giving them a platform to showcase their designs and understand the business of fashion.

Each year the Most Creative Designer is chosen, based on creativity and detail in design. Other opportunities for the winner includes a feature showcase at the Africa Fashion Week in Nigeria, exclusive interviews, business & fashion mentorship and lots more.

Registration has begun for designers already signed up.

To register visit www.nsfdweek.com or request for a designers pack by mailing info@nsfdweek.com