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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Saturday In House Gists - GBAGAUN;Cant Deal!

I had an Interesting conversation with someone two days ago and for two nights now,I wake up at night laughing and remembering every word....I cant deal abeg!


My Nigerian friend who lives in the Diaspora called me.....

''Stella you are not  collecting my calls since now,dont tell me your wife does not let you pick calls''

''Husband you mean,Abeg I am fine,been very very busy.How are your kids and wife''

''My two kids is fine but my husband,she is disturbing me too much so I want to park out to my own place,the kid will visit me when they want...''

We are basically new friends so his tenses confused me for a bit,so I changed the conversation  after a while he asked me ''Stella how is your wife,she dey house?''

What!!!!...I used style to correct him and he used style to correct me again with emphasis..

I changed the conversation to Evans the Kidnapper and said to him

''Oh boy have you been following the Evans News''

He does not know that I am a journalist or that I blog so he went on to school me about how greedy Evans was and the whole story.

''Evans is a very foolish woman,she is so greedy,only her want to eat all the money and her husband is a big liar saying he no chop money...I just dey here suffering and see how them are making money in Nigeria.Evans and her wife should go to jail....''

I said ''Yes Evans and his wife.................''

He corrected me and that was when I finally understood that to him I was the one speaking the wrong tenses and that was why he was putting emphasis on some of the words.


Has this ever happened to you?Can you recount the Gbagaun?

Dont get me wrong,nobody is above mistakes but not this type abeg!


38 comments:

  1. The gbagauns I just finished reading up there is memorable. Aha! Kilode 😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  2. headache from yesterday job. will be back to read comments.#tootired

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  3. #stumblesOutofPostHoldingMySides#

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  4. Yes oo stellz but no power to type

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  5. When a friend kept arguing stomach is pronounced "stomok" and not "stomak". He kept correcting me by repeating the sound in an emphatic way. It hurts my head to explain especially when you know you are right. Also the phrase men in suit, lady in red etc A friend kept arguing it's "on" not "in" and even dragged me to a lecturer's office back then in school but confirmed that if the men were on suit that the suit would be carrying them since they would be standing or sitting on top of the suit. 😂😂😂

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  6. Stella, tell me this is a joke? He didn't do all that?! 😱😱😱
    Can't remember word for word but the gists plenty. I'll be back to read comments

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  7. Hahahahaha...
    One of your jokes right?
    Adonbilivit!!...

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  8. Egwu di kwa! Osi gini????

    Hot Bench

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  9. I don't want to come off as a bigot, Yorubas are fond of switching gender,these two girls are fond of addressing boys as SHE. My colleague at work, I don't just understand her. I need a dick in my fat ass

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    1. Contact me,I have what u need baby.

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  10. Hahhahahhah....oh nooo that Gbaguan up there must be in a movie- a comedy. Hahahaha..can't stop laughing.

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  11. Allow me Stella to say u are doing a good job here,ur blog is d most interesting I HV seen. With so many creative ideas,making all BV feel like a family,that's exactly how I feel when am in ur blog.Keep up d gud work, more grease to ur elbow

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  12. Lol, Stella maybe the man was joking

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  13. This one pass gbaguan abeg.

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  14. This one pass gbaguan abeg.

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    1. I tell u. Epic one. My hubby's cousin can gbaguan for Africa. And he would still insist that he is right. I just jump am pass most times. Can't come and give myself headache listening to constant gbaguan.

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  15. Stella I hope this your friend in diaspora has a job that requires he does not communicate with others?

    Double Hian!!!

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    1. Hhahahahahaha, but that's not possible na

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    2. Lmaooooooo...say what!?

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    3. Lolll. If he is a Gardner, it's possible.

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  16. A friend of mine said," Let me dry my clothes on the sun".

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  17. I have a friend like that(guy), well i just learnt to accommodate him and his English

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  18. This your friend own serious o. And to even think he is right and you are wrong even makes it so unbelievable.

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  19. Lols, seriously I will be more than confused Biko, which kind autocorrect be that

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  20. That gbagaun must be intentional to make someone laugh.....odikwa funny.....lol

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    1. Hmmm, you never see the kind gbagaun that can resurrect the dead.

      Stay there make pant wear you like necktie.

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  22. Reminds me of the stammerer that spent a good two minutes try to ask for directions to the train station from this girl just to find out that the girl is a knee slapping stammerer that could not answer his question in 5 minutes. He walked off frustrated.

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  23. Reminds me of the stammerer that spent a good two minutes trying to ask for directions to the train station from this girl just to find out that the girl is a knee slapping stammerer that could not answer his question in 5 minutes. He walked off frustrated.

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  24. Lmao....i have a friend that can gbagaun for the universe and likes to talk alot...had to get used to it

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  25. Lol one I know eh, that guys case is with angel Gabriel. If I keep correcting him, he'll be like its because of people like you that made me go study mathematics!. Dude is a wizard in maths but his English, hmmm no go there oh.

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    1. And unfortunately for your friend, mathematics isn't a communication language

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