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Wednesday, 13 September 2017

Cant Let ''You'' Go...

Have you ever been caught in the web of wearing one particular cloth, pant, bra etc for decades and you feel sad discarding it even with all the "loopholes"?


Has the item graduated from daytime to night time then a "monument" in your life/ wardrobe?


Blog Visitor Patience says

''Mine is a blue lace bra that followed me home from school in 2012 and became my best friend even when other bras were calling for attention. 

The hook became rusted, broken, still I'd use pin to hold it . It's a long time I wore it but just can't brace up to throw it away. There is this deep connection between the "bra and I".

 I caress it every time I search deep into the bra and pant bag and laugh. It brings this "happy memories and joy" each time I see it. Funny enough, the cup and hand is still clean and attractive but, the side elastic has become weak..... I'll buy hook for it and resume our love soon....Oh! 

My bra....it gave me so much confidence....packs well and gives this fine shape in any clothe....lol...I can't believe I'm writing this much about a "BRA"


Your story is hilarious Pat.


What cant you let go of?
I have a black,very beautiful A-Lined fully open at the sides red carpet skirt that the Late Fashion designer Remi Lagos gifted me when i was relocating to the Diaspora......that gift was in 2004,still brand new after three times wearing but i still cant let it go.


71 comments:

LUCILE COCONUT OIL, CARROT OIL AND BLACK SOAP ABUJA 07059605320 Pin- 2BC6235E said...

Nice topic.
Mine is one stripe dress that is weak but I still love it,even wanted to wear it this morning

Iya Oshoronga of Blogosphere AKA Mrs Always RIGHT said...

My husband refused to throw away the bucket he used in university of ife donkey years ago, i threw it away when we moved to our house in lekki. I hated the old bucket so much, i just told him it got lost in the process of moving house but he told me strongly believes i threw that bucket away. Haba, how can a bucket be folliwing me all over the place. It was a strong bucket sha lol.

Anonymous said...

mine is a green gown very comfortable and light it is suitable for the hot weather in nassarawa state and I am beginning to feel lyk a student because dis dress is nw My uniform

BLOGLORD (MVBM) said...

I usually don't hold sentimental attachment to stuff. I always keep an open mind that I can and will always get something much more better.
...but that doesn't mean I wont somehow miss my old stuff. Lol.

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Hot P!nk Lips said...

Haaa I have one pant that I wear when am on my period..That is the only pant i wear that i would not get stained even if I wear pure White clothing...The Pant has torn and with large holes like Kanye west designer clothes but I still dey wear am till today..I hardly let go of things oh...

Miss Candy said...

Mine is a bra..i have dis particular bra I like so much anytime I don't wear it,it means I'm not going out dat day... D bra gives me d right fitting in my cloth..i have other bras oo but I can't let dis one go jare

Yori Yori Princess Loveme Jeje said...

My work cloth i bought for the past 10 years, i just tried it on and it still fit. Na wa.

To look for who to dash self

SANDY YO said...

Nawa o, kent deal!
I have never been caught in such web. I let things go easily, discard and replace in no time, no matter.

Rocky said...

The only thing I find difficult letting go is "money"

This post should be for my sister, she has problems letting things go... In primary school, she would keep all her notebooks, textbooks (she's older than me)... When she was in secondary school and I was in primary school (primary 4), I stopped copying notes because I had her notes at home.
Mind you, you must not rough handle the notes, it must be just as she left them (wrapped and neat). At some point, I thought it was normal, I started storing old books, notes it wasn't until we had a room almost full of books, roaches, and that old smell I realized we were almost going crazy... My mum, after years of complaining, finally took them all out and burnt them.
Some of the textbooks she used in secondary school were still here until recently (she's a university graduate). My younger cousins/siblings can't even use the books because they have become extinct.

Let me forward this post to her πŸ˜‚

Beloved said...

Hmmmm I am still thinking πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

Daddy G0's Pikin said...

Them plenty
dere are some things that you just love using even if they are bad
#Kpoko for SDK#

#Kpoko for all the wonderful people for this blog, una teeth complete#

SANDY YO said...

Hahahahaaahaha! Chai

BLOGLORD (MVBM) said...

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Rocky said...

Me too... At first I might be reluctant, but I'll let go with an open mind

Rocky said...

Wow!!! So if you are to go out all days of a week, you won't wash it?

Blackberry said...

I have a jeans from collectibles far back from 2012, funny enough, it's still intact,nothing do am, until it fades, I'm so keeping it.

ola wealth said...

Bucket we used in the seminary days..

All those iron buckets..πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

ola wealth said...

Phewwwwww!!??

Wehdone ma..πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

What name shud we call ur pant??

Holeucci Nike

Anonymous said...

Mine is a beautiful too. I see what you mean now stella
Iya beji 1

Cute hajia Omo Mummy said...

Mine was a sky blue off neck Ok top my mum bought for me yrs ago. This top fits me perfectly as if it was made for me. I wore this top sote the color faded and made it even more lovely... I refused to let go until it tore badly around the armpit while washing it one day.
Then my school P.E uniform, it fits me so well that i wore it after graduating frm secondary school until i gained admission.
lol

ola wealth said...

I don't know how to keep things oooo jare....

That has been a huge problem for me..
Wish I can keep things even if its for a year..

But my body will not ooo.πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯

THELMA'S CAKE WORLD said...

I can so relate to this......

IsaacBABA (N1300 for 2GB, N1800 for 3GB..call 08066929956 for more info) said...

Mine is my pillow...it followed me to the university and even to camp me now service... This love for this pillow is unexplainable

Chike TEFLON said...

None

Akuchinyere nwata 1 said...

Mine is one black underwear short, my mum bought it for me when i was about to enter IMSU in 2003, till today i still use it, it has holes almost everywhere, i keep patching them. i have an emotional attachment to that short.

BLOGLORD (MVBM) said...

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BLOGLORD (MVBM) said...

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AGELESS T said...

Iya oshoronga mama! Your husband is too funny abeg. Bucket? Shai!!!

BLOGLORD (MVBM) said...
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BLOGLORD (MVBM) said...

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Pillow of life

AGELESS T said...

Ahahah...

You guys are cracking me up abeg. Biko forgive that paent and move on

AGELESS T said...

She's my ywin

Sabongida Ora cutest said...

I give out stuff, but I sure do have gifts ... I have some sort of sentimental attachment to or something I just want to just keep seeing

Had a bra I loved so much ... sewed it
Till mum threw it away. I have a shoe that I have not worn , it's like a monument sitting pretty in my shoe closet
I have a wristwatch a man from San Diego bought for me on the plane when I was returning from the us as far back as 2008. Still rocking it.

Simple gold$ said...

Can't let go of my multicolor short lailai..back in school, my roomie declared one sat like that 'stealing day' that we shd steal just one cloth of our choice from each other, hmm, me wey dey eye her multicolor short, then she just bought it from OK. And she on the other side was eyeing my jean jumpsuit. Naso we steal each cloth oh. I still rock my short till date, can't let it go, not now abeg. She was shocked the day I snap with it and send to her, she never believe I still wear it.

Anonymous said...

I'm so ashamed to tell you guys mine. This post is actually to shame me. If I told you there were items momsie bought for me to take to boarding school (jss1)that still followed me to my husband's house, would you believe? Make I stop biko. I'm the type that knows how to use things neat and well. And for me, if it doesn't spoil, it needs no replacement. May be because I go for the quality things which may be costly. Some items have probably VOWED never to branch in my house again. But today I want to turn a new leaf. So help me God....

Olaide Ogunmola said...

Mine is, the olden days shoe grandma gave me be4 she died. I can't give it out and can't wear, but seeing it everyday day reminds me of the day she handed it over to me. Olaidex4sure

oguike akudo said...

Mine is my z10, my colleagues Don talk tire. I just can't let it go but I know one day am gonna let it go.

Anonymous said...

There was one nice cotton pyjamas I had, started wearing it in pre-degree, wore it till I left university. A night to my wedding day, one of my friends from pre-degree saw it on me again and screamed, that was how she wrestle the pj from my body o and used scissors to cut it into pieces. I soo loved that pyjamas.

AGELESS T said...

*twin

charitybino said...

I had a purple gown that was bought for me during Christmas some years back, I wore it for a long time till it became short, then I had to start wearing skirt under it.

Anonymous said...

Mine is my purple tank top I bought in year one (2008),I am married now but I still rock it in the house.

mynak*ed picture G Wagon said...

This to me,is the most hilarious post I have read 'cause I can relate. Mine,until it was stolen used to be a sweater my mum made for me. My heart was having 10different sounds the day I couldn't find that sweater😭😭😭😭

SWAG LAFRESH said...

My sister has this blender she has been using since uni days. She even took it to her husband's house. She neatly packed hubbys own and kept it safe then started using hers. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Iuleha virologist said...

Mine is the blue flask my mother bought in 1989 to take to the hospital when she put to bed...me. it still keeps water hot so I took it to my hubbys house. I also have the pink blanket that was used to wrap me on the way home from the hospital. Choi, well kudos to my mum for keeping those.
Mine are the atmosphere and cavanna shirts I bought 10years ago in 100level. They still fit.

Anonymous said...

My first car.

Just Glamour said...

The first one was one amongst a Jeans trouser my guy bought for me in 200level,fade it refused to fade,tear,weak,for where?I graduated,got married to him and was sorting my clothes to move to his base,my younger sister was with me checking my clothes,when we got to that particular Jeans she threw it away and said 'abeg it's OK let him go look for the same type and buy'.

VICTORIOUS EHIS said...

My mum still has the "joko" her mum used in baithing me wen i was born 30 something yrs ago

She has her old school foreign standing fan she used in Sch those days.

She kept my old shoe I used for my one yr birthday for my daughter.

My mum would never let go of things. I mean NEVER EVER

Just Glamour said...

Another one was a bra I bought before I had my first daughter,I discard undies easily,but this bra survived,left it in my wardrobe and still came back to it after I lost weight,last last I threw it away last year,now I don't have any clothe I'm attached to,if I like a particular cloth,pant/bra I'll buy same type in another color.

VICTORIOUS EHIS said...

My husband too. He likes keeping things even if the thing is almost of no use

VICTORIOUS EHIS said...

That's my hubby. He has refused to let go or even sell it after my present one.

Welcome to my World said...

Mine is the wall clock bought by my late dad in 1994.it Is unique,i am believing it was a sampled clock. I have moved that clock to wherever I reside and I plan to pass it on to one of my child. Please ⌚

Push up said...

Same here, I even go through my wardrobe after every 3months to look for something to dash out, even in my shop I give out things that have stayed too long... it will just be biting my body

Esther Mgbolu said...

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

Justyswt said...

Iya oshoronga, why did u throw the bucket away nau? The bucket and ur hubby had a special bond o.

Somethings are so hard to let go. I had this skirt that I had as a teenager. I just can't leave the skirt. Even though it no longer fits. I just love the skirt.

Anonymous said...

Mine was a bra I bought in the UK 15 yrs ago from Marks & Spencer, & came to Canada with it. 2 years ago, I was getting ready to dress up for a big event & I put this bra..now had holes & very tattered & I'm wearing a $900 very expensive gown. I said No!!!
Kai! Which kain madness be dis???
I look my sef for mirror, shake my head & took off this bra immediately throw way am for rubbish bin & started crying. I miss this bra so much.

AbaMade said...

Mine is this shorts I wear to sleep I've had it for over four years now with no intentions of letting it go, in fact it's so worn that if I Wash it, it can get dry in the next two hours, I feel so comfy in them
Again was a small Teddy my coz gave me, had it for almost ten yes but had to let it go because I was beginning to believe my luck was tied to each, for each time I go out with it, I always get lucky and I didn't want to tie my luck to anything so I let it go, it was hard though, in fact one time the eye fell off, I bought glue and put it back

Mama Rere said...

My late mum's beautiful net blouse i inherited 25 years ago... Oh how i love that blouse. Despite the many patch patch i still rock it with leggings every now and then.

Rita said...

Abeg some body should come and help me ooooo. Na my pants! I have gone to the market to get new sets like twice hoping that once it's weekend, I will burn the old ones! For where??? I still dey rock the old ones. I even dey complain to my colleagues sef.

Rita said...

I still get one black jacket when the neck don turn reddish brown! Abeg I don tire for the suit o bt I no gree throwaway am. I even tell my colleagues make dem help me seize am throwaway ame. They all laffed and said it happens to everyone ooo

SouljaGal*** said...

i wrote jamb 2006 and till date i still have my jamb slip, the one i took to write the exam and the result print out. i served 2011/2012, i still have my CDS card and very neat. every receipts of payment i made for my little sis when she was in nursery, primary and secondary school, i still have it. she's in year 2 now. Same as mine, all university receipts i still have.

Nnukwu Nwanyi said...

A navy blue short n top maternity wear,bought it from collectibles since 2002, used it till 2007 when I had my last baby.it is neatly placed in a box,I admire it from time to time,in fact I ve this urge to have another baby again anytime I bring it out.The dress is too sexy mehnn.

MrsB said...

Lmao aww I feel bad for him but u totally feel you oh. Bucket bawo πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

MrsB said...

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MrsB said...

And destiny
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MrsB said...

Lmao she didnt let you carry it to Hubby's house. Great friend she is

MrsB said...

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MrsB said...

Sounds like my mum. She kept so many of my old clothes, a particular set was one I wore on my second birthday. I dressed NY daughter up in the same outfit in her second birthday and posted both photos side by side. My mother burst into tears when she saw it. Too sweet

Anonymous said...

Lol. This is so funny! I have two things I remember now... There might be more. I have a special skill - I can keep things for Africa! Anyway, One is a black lace top I bought over twenty years ago. I dashed my daughter. She stopped wearing it. Instead of me to give someone, i took it back and continued wearing it. The second is a black and white skirt suit I bought over ten years ago. It is my "good luck"suit. Any interview I wear it to, I must get the job ooo. So, i refuse to throw it away or dash anyone even though the collar is as faded as anything and the skirt is getting too short sef.

Anonymous said...

My Mum and Sisters are hoarders! Haha! they can keep things! My Mum has this cooker she still uses - after 40 years! I'm tired of telling her to change it. Let's not even talk about her over 40 years old dining table and chairs. She just can't let go of things.

Nuella said...

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