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Sunday, 19 November 2017

Sunday In House Gists - Unforgetable Journey....

Ever travelled anywhere and cannot forget the experience whether good or bad?


My most annoying travelling experience was when we were on a road trip from Munich..Journey is supposed to be at most 5 hours and we left at 10am but because of traffic,we got home by 11pm...

It was on the highway so no one could come down and the weather was so hot....I hated that Journey so much eh....I just kept saying Nigeria go-slow dey learn where this one dey......It did not even move!

Hissss

Your entry does not need to be bad cos my was...you can also tell good travelling experiences anywhere and if you stop to eat on the way....
Here the best place to stop and eat is McDonald's.....

What is yours?

Oya,lets make this Interesting!!!

120 comments:

Beloved said...

Best journey so far...Awka to Abuja, because I can eat enough kilishi as possible whenever I feelike like.lol

Worst journey...LAGOS 2010, I forgot my #950 change with the cab man that dropped me off. I was supposed to give him 1100, but bargained it later for 1050, gave him 2k...but forgot to collect my balance because everywhere was so chaotic. And I was rushing to beat evening rush hour traffic.. I only remembered when I wanted to pay the bike man that dropped me off at home. It's still fresh..lol

DoppelgΓ€nger said...

I wanted to study in Unijos so bad and so my first trip out of Lagos for post UTME was by road to Jos. As usual, I was given a lot of money and so I started buying stuff to eat on the road.
I remember buying yogurt and sleeping for most of the journey that my seat partner had to ask me if I was alive because after we left Ibadan I hadn't opened my eyes.
I didn't know my nightmare was still lurking. Mind you, I was very young, excited about visiting a new place etc.
We arrived Abuja at almost 9pm and then Abuja passengers had to alight then Jos passengers boarded, this whole process took about an hour then we continued our journey.
Then the rumble in my tummy started. At this point I exclaimed "aye mi temi bami".
I started sweating because I was trying to hold it in. It was very dark now and I didn't even know where we were exactly, driver just kept saying "we go soon reach". A/C was on but at a point I told the driver to please put it off let me whine down the glass instead. Everyone started looking at me like "wetin dey do this one". Toh, na shega ukwu
I kept checking to see if we would get to a point where I'd get water or tissue paper to buy but no sign, just God's nature in form of long grassy fields as we kept going.
I didn't know when I screamed "driver please stop I need to pee". Although, it wasn't pee but how do I explain that I want to poo instead.
At this point I didn't care about water or tissue, I just ran across the road and did my business despite the silly jokes from the male passengers who felt I was taking too long.I finished my business and felt relieved immediately but how do I clean up now with no water or tissue? Infact let me stop here...

Love.Eating.Pussy said...

Would be reading comments😊😊😊😊


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Oh Lamee said...

During my nysc days....travelled 4 a friend's wedding in Lag. On my way back, left Lag as early as six but was held in traffic gridlock around Ore....close to 5 hours...we stopped over to eat at one canteen like that at Delta....we eventually got back to Benue around 2am. I no fit forget that day....God has been so faithful to me.

Anonymous said...

Only McDonalds? You guy are not enjoying ooo! The same kind of food, same kind of taste etc.

Anonymous said...

mine was when I was young. .. I won't say we were travelling but we were just going to visit our grandma who lives on the island and we stay on the island.
so we got there...had fun and took pictures with grandma .
then we entered our car back and zoomed off
only for the car to stop at the middle of third mainland bridge.
left and right was water and cars were zooming off.
the car refused to Start and my dad didn't know what happened to it.
this was around 10pm
we were so scared to our bone.. no car stopped..
cars were just zooming..
we were there till past 12 when a good Samaritan stopped and asked what happened
we were even scared to talk yo him thinking he was a thief
we sha answered him and he told my dad to open the bonnet and he did some stuffs, he used His teeth to cut wires and matched them together
then he told my dad to start the car.. lo and behold the car started he then told my dad to reduce the speed ..we thanked him so much collected His number and left..trust me the remaining ride back home on that bridge was dreadful

Chameleon said...

chai.... I remember travelling from enugu to Lagos some years back. my love for okpa made me buy two vegetable okpa at the garage. I ate one before the journey started and the second in the course of the journey. come and see spiritual perspiration about 30minutes later.My saving grace that day was that i sat next to the driver (front seat) because i cant imagine shouting all the way from the back seat for him to stop so I can poop. I pooped about 4 to 5 times before we got to Lagos. My first poop was when I stopped to buy fuel at a petrol station, I didn't tell anybody I just disappeared to the toilet for a quick one, upon all the sweat it was small tintili poop that came out... when I got back to the bus they were already contemplating leaving me behind, I sha apologised shamefully and confided in the driver that the okpa I ate has scattered my tummy. Such a nice driver, he told me to quietly signal him whenever I need to poop and that was how it went till I got to Lagos. You need to see the innocent look on my face each time I had to make the driver stop with plenty apologies to other passengers, infact at a point it was the passengers that was helping me look for a coded place where the driver can park for me to do the do. I remember the guy seated next to me offered me his big bottle water at some point when I was stepping down to go poop and this had me wondering if he had been perceiving poop on me..... wetin concern me so far I had been cleaning up well each time I drop.

Cynthia Iyede said...

I schooled in the north as an undergraduate and from school to Lagos was about 16hours by road, when it was about 3 to 4 hours getting to Lagos I felt so pressed to use the loo. Mennn! It wasn't funny, I was sweating like crazy and was just praying not to mess myself up.

Getting to lasgidi, I met another bad traffic before getting home, I almost cried. I got home and was just twisting how I walked and begged my siblings who had missed me for a long time and came running towards me for a hug to stop before I do the unexpected. I hated that trip with all my heart.

Eka Joy said...

If I talk now, one idiot will now come and say 'just as she expected'

Beautiful Heart said...

Lmao. Please please I beg you, complete this story

Cynthia Iyede said...

πŸ˜€πŸ˜€ similar to mine. That thing can be so crazy menn! Finish your story jor.

Chidinma Grace said...

Mine was the day I was going to Enugu from Ekwulobia. I ate Okpa and after some minutes, I felt the urge to throw up. I started shouting and calling on the driver to stop, immediately he stopped I vomited for more than two minutes. Everybody in that bus started asking me if I was pregnant and having morning sickness. I was so embarrassed and after that I never eat Okpa again since then.

Beloved said...

Ore Gridlock is one of the tiring thing for me, whenever traveling to Lagos by commercial bus. It's easier with private car, because we leave as early as 3am and then no much traffic when we get to Ore.

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Eka Joy said...

Fuck! I'm gonna talk abeg.

My unforgettable journey has to be my trip to Vienna, Austria. I think that place has got to be one of the most beautiful places in the world, I'm talking about the schonbrom palace (correct my spelling pls, if you know it).

From the bus ride (yea, we went by bus, from Czech to Austria). The six hour bus ride felt like an hour. Smooth road and all. Each seat had a small TV placed in front for u to watch any movie of your choice. So there was no way I could have felt the long journey.

Then from the schonbrom palace to the zoo (just behind the palace). Please if u have visited any zoo in Nigeria, I beg u in the name of God, stop telling people you've been to a zoo. Just say u went to a place with a collection of a few different kinds of animals.

That zoo has to be one of the biggest zoos in the world. It was like going into a forest. Different habitats were created for each animal just like their forest habitat. I even saw he-goats in the zoo. Lol. I don't think there's any non extinct animal that you wouldn't find in that zoo.

Then from the zoo to the most amazing amusement park I've ever been to. Took the scariest ride of my life there (the roller coaster, pls don't try it). Spooky rides are actually called that for a reason. Really scary for me. I don't think there was any ride I took there that didn't scare the be-Jesus out of me. There was one that went so high, I started confessing my sins.

That was one country I was sad to leave and yea, I'm not forgetting that experience ever.

Lady bug, pls, I'm not feeling fine

Chameleon said...

lol. talk joor abi you dey fear dem ni

Eka Joy said...

I have forgotten N400 with a driver before. The thing still hurts me today

Chameleon said...

forgive typos and gbagauns, I've seen some already.

Eka Joy said...

Don't stop oh! This is an experience I do not wish to ever witness

DoppelgΓ€nger said...

You're not wrong about what we call zoo in Nigeria, the last hungry Lion I saw at Agodi gardens ended up eating it's keeper a few months after I visited.

Beautiful Heart said...

Oau's zoo is similar to what you've described, same concept of building natural habitats for the animals but lack of maintenance has wrecked the place

sholetoga said...

The most memorable journey will be the first time I had to go to Abuja for an event with a night bus. I assually resorted to use night bus because I lost my Flight ticket. I was so terrify because of all the bad robbery stories I have had about night journey. I thank God that there was no robbery till we got to Abuja in the morning.....I pray that never happen again...lol

Omeh said...

Worst journey- took a night bus(marcopolo) from Bauchi to Ibadan in 2012. I had not eaten all day cos I wasn't even supposed to travel, the journey was a last minute arrangement. Dads sister packed rice for me so I waited till we got to Jos before I ate. It had o my become a little dark when my tummy started. Jesus! How do I call drivers attention In a luxurious bus, I sha managed for sometime.sleep I couldn't sleep,I was just pleading the blood of Jesus. Dont know where the bus stopped as it was late,I quickly jumped down ran to d road n dis my stuff. I immediately we continued stomach started again, ha! I wanted to die that day. The bus spoilt so I quickly looked for a place to ease myself, na so shit no grew comot. I did every,nothing came out. Immediately we entered, stomach started again then I started vomiting. Thank God I had a thick poly bag with me. After vomiting I was relieved then I slept. Coming back to Abuja from Ibadan,that's how I started purging that morning. In fact story plenty,but that has to be my worst journey ever. The thing that made me travel sef,I did not get. Mschewwww. I'm even pitying myself remembering all this

Rowland Dominic said...

Hahahahaha 😁😁😁..... Chameleon Allah kwa this has happened to me also and it was from Enugu to Lagos... Like word for word. Only God knows how Okpa don finish me.

Rowland Dominic said...

Sorry oh. Na so Ekwulobia Okpa dey be. Ndo. Lol

President D'Royalty (Stella's Original Blog Bff) said...

I remember when I worked as a marketer for one FMCG company. We had our official cars with which we travelled to different states for either marketing, seminars/conferences or trade fair. Sometimes we also travelled to supply our products. The trucks carrying our goods would be in front while our car would be following behind. Me and my colleague would just be sleeping.

We Combed the coal city during one Enugu international trade fair like that, chai! Enugu girls are the fairest of them all. Beautiful clean girls o..
Rivers State, PH girls aren the 'tushest' of them all, classy and tush girls everywhere wit fine chocolotey skin.. Almost all of them fixed human hair Ikwakwakwakwakwa

Imo state, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Osun, Ondo, Kwara, Oyo, Delta, Edo, oh Edo! I love the art work in most places in Benin city. I remember upper sapomba, Ring road and that market Obama market.. they were always fighting in that market. Airport Road, Maritala Muhammed Road, that market opposite Nigerian Prison service or so, etc and we lodged in one hotel owned by the igbinedions...
Anambra was very dirty, don't know about now.. Entering the state, it was a dump site that met us, imagine! along the express road o.. chai!
Delta was very very dry. How do business owners make sales in that state? A whole Asaba was as dry as Sahara desert.
Been to all states in south and west. It's only the northern states that I was not opportuned to travel to.

My best travelling experience was when we travelled to Port Harcourt for a trade fair. This was years back. I love that city. So many beautiful things to buy, I understand it's because it is close to Aba. Went shopping for food items at Mile 12 or Mile 2 can't remember now, that market surrounded by slum. I bought plenty crayfish and smoked fish there.
Then Rumuola beside that bridge on Aba Road.
I bought beautiful jewelleries from some guys selling stuff there, very unique, I did not see them in Lagos, people used to ask where I got them from. We lodged in one big hotel along NTA road. We visited the army barrack, AIT, NTA, Chioba, Uniport, etc.
I remember how I wondered why most of the areas were named Rumuo something something. Rumuola, Rumuokoro, Rumuokosi, Rumuofofo, Rumuolosho, Ikwakwakwakwakwakwa . We combed the city and the surroundings. Elekiaha, Garrison, up to that road that leads to Akwa Ibom. it's been long, can't remember them now.
What I enjoyed most was the roasted yam and plantain and roasted fish with delicious stew. I loved how they added roasted fish to their own stew unlike Lagos own. That fish was everything, we used to buy it and take to our hotel room to eat. Another food I enjoyed in Port Hacourt was native soup. OMG! Native soup takes the lead. I counted up to 5 or 6 different types of smoked fish in that woman's soup. The woman was on that road off Rumuola Road close to Rumuola bridge.
My travel experience fit write book. Ekiti state nko, where they warned my male colleagues not to sleep with any indigene they see I they love their lives as she may be walking around with 'Magun' (Thunderbolt). IkwakwakwakwakwaKwakwakwakwakwa.
Kogi state, The girls for Lokoja no fit speak English. Na so so 'wa hon, yan seh' we dey hear.

Chyluv! said...

Dubai to Newyork to Atlanta all in less Than 24 hours, to say i was stressed is an understatement the food 😷 and my motion sickness wasn't helping matters, was dizzy, farmished, n almost threw up at JFK, but i told myself to hold it together, with Ebola, lassa fever n all in the news, this people will quarantine me forever! Lol

Eka Joy said...

I didn't like portharcourt when I went with my bestie to visit her ex fiance.

It was filled with prostitutes (I have a problem with them). That was my first time seeing real life prostitutes on the road and In bars.

They were everywhere. We even witnesses police trying to catch some of them one night like that

Another reason I don't like ph is because of the night life. A lot of them waste cool cash on bars and clubs and I've never really been a fan of wasting money (maybe na because I no get enough to waste sha). And they said even if u come there newly with ur reserved attitudes, the friends u will make there will end up initiating u

Eka Joy said...

Egbe!!!!!

Beautiful Heart said...

Anambra is now very clean, I visited there when it was dirty for the first time too, but the next time I was in Anambra I couldn't even believe my eyes. The last governor did a nice job.

I don't agree with Delta being dry though

Eka Joy said...

Thought luxurious buses all have toilet in them. At least the ones we used to take back to school then, all had

Handsome Beast said...

My journey to the destination I don't know through a cargo ship at Apapa seaport. In the year 2005 I run away from school because of a situation way bigger than me and I couldn't tell my mum what happened, so I shamefully returned to Lagos but didn't go home. I went to stay with a friend who introduced me to another friend and I was introduced to "STOAWAY", I developed interest and the guy charged me 15k to put me in a ship going to USA, I was so excited without considering the danger, I wanted to surprise my sweet mum that I could make it. The day we were to embark on the journey, we boarded a speed boat from tolu in Ajegunle that would convey us to where the ship was anchored, we had a disagreement, I was the smallest among everyone, but my heart was that of a rock, one of the guys said I was too small to embark on such journey and he asked the organiser to send me back home, na so gbege start on top water, then they confirmed me to be small but mighty and we settled and sailed on.. but unfortunately we couldn't made it to the ship, the speed boat was noisy and the noise attracted owners of the ship, they flashed a search light on our speed boat, we had no choice than to return, on our way back we saw marine police on patrol and they stopped us, they know our mission and they cheered us up, asked us to submit all the naira we had on us since we are going to a foreign country, we did and they left us. We went back to plan another trip.. to cut the long story short, I ended in Addis Ababa, one among us died, we stayed with the body for 2days, got caught, landed in prison.. story too long... make una pardon my English

President D'Royalty (Stella's Original Blog Bff) said...

Auto correct kilode?

*Oba market*

*If they love their lives*

St.FranKooL.... said...

#There's no such thing as "I don't have time" - You just simply need to prioritize better*

President D'Royalty (Stella's Original Blog Bff) said...

Eka joy you know I didn't go there to see friends or club, we went there for work so I didn't notice all those things you mentioned. My analysis is based on my experiences during all my visits to these places which were all work-related.

Beautiful heart, that's good to hear. I have not been to my village for two years now, I not, I would have passed through Anambra and noticed the change.

Teddy said...

And you will be sweating under AC...that experience is not something I want to relive again. Mine was abuja to kaduna, I was seriously sweating inside AC lol

Anonymous said...

I held poo from Lagos to Ado Ekiti and the funniest part was thr car was moving like a snail. We left Lagos around 4pm and people were already complaining that the driver took too long to get passengers and na so so old women that went to Balogun to buy goods full the car.
I could say pim because they were already scared and complaining.
I died, resurrected, slept, woke up, was feeling sweaty one minute, the next one extremely cold. At a point I started counting 1 to 1000 but it didn't work. I was just too shy of telling the driver that I wanna poo, I was scared if I lied that I wanna pee I might take too long and they will discover that I lied. Infact I didn't have water too so I told God, just have your way, forgive me and take away this feeling. I promised God so many things just for him to take off this burden for just 2 hours till i get home.
My brothers and sisters, you won't believe that after i got doen, took bike home, didn't even greet anybody and rushed inside the toilet, only small kinkinni, poo came out.
I made sure I sat on the toilet for 30 more mins just to punish my tommy and buttock. I was so annoyed. Upon how I suffered. They had to go bang the door before I came or and narrated my ordeal to my flatmates. They all laughed.


Tenderheart

Stellas Cookies and Cream said...

Hmmmm, my first trip to the US oh, story for another day, I am not in the right frame of mind to write epistles, but for short, they delayed me at the airport for over 5hrs, at a point I say I want go back to my country, just let me go back I am not in the mood for all these. Finally, they allowed me in..i hated my green passport that day. But thank God I was not sent back sha..lol even though I was making mouth that I want to go back.

Beloved said...

Wow wow
No be small something. I was even scared for you. Hope you are no longer getting into trouble now sha

ohunene joshua said...

@Doppleganger, pls come and finish ur story o

TheLagosShopper(Goods and services 4rm the popular Lagos markets to anywhere in naija?07030493148) said...

Oh wow,hope you are somewhere safe and fine?Pele!

Iuleha virologist said...

In 2015, I traveled to Ibadan for the EPT. I wanted to return to Abuja after the test but the cab I took made me miss the last bus. I wish I had traveled that morning. The next day, I boarded a PMT bus at samonda to Abuja. Most of us in the bus were from the EPT. At owena in osun state barely an hour from Ibadan, a motorcyclist with his passenger, rushed out from a filling station just at the time our driver was overtaking a long trailer. Our driver did all he could to avoid them but ended up hitting them, we almost went over the bridge as a result. A mob gathered ready to burn the vehicle the driver escaped leaving us stranded. It took the help of the FRSC to take the men to the hospital. What saved us from the mob was that, the motorcyclist had snatched a pouch of money belonging to the fuel attendant.
PMT didn't send a vehicle to us until 2pm. We continued the journey but when we got to ondo state there was a traffic gridlock. The gridlock was worse at Lampese, we followed bush paths and got a flat tyre. The gridlock was caused by fuel tanker drivers lifting products from Lagos to the entire north. We finally arrived Abuja at 2am. I was hungry, tired and my battery was low. Luckily I had been able to call a cab to take me home at that ungodly hour and I live in orozo.
Thank God I got admission, it'd have made it much painful. I thank God I didn't die either.

Iphie dearie said...

Eleyi gi di gan😩😩😩😩😩😩😩😩. How did you clean up?

Lmao.. TenderheartπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ€£

Iphie dearie said...

Scary

Anonymous said...

Mine was in 2015 on my way to SA my flight was 1am and I didn't even know until my sis in law just asked around 4:30 if I was @ the airport @ that point I started arranging my bag to embark on my journey. I got to the airport @ 10:30pm I checked in and got to the immigration and I was asked why i was going to SA and i told them i was going to visit my fiance and my visa was a tourist visa. I didn't have a dime on me cos atm no gree dispense cash. Na so immigration ask me hw much i had on me so i said i have my atm that when i get to SA i will withdraw na hm dem seize my passport oo till the flight take off. I was with the immigration till morning na hm i narrate my story give immigration oo say na my fiance i wan go meet and we were getting married in SA I show them wedding gown sef. So one immigration officer said he will help me that i shud reschedule my flight and withdraw cash and change to dollars. I was given my passport in the morning and i withdrew money and changed to dollars and rescheduled my flight which was 1am the next day. Hmm so i was @ the airport from morning till the next flight ooo i went to the toilet changed my clothes brush my teeth and spray perfume. Na so I sit down, sleep and ate and do orisirisi. Na so 8pm nack oo dis was on a good friday, i checked in and was @ the waiting lounge when i saw the immigration officer that helped me, he said he was looking for me that my mum called hm cos my phone was switched off. So he said I shoud come to his office to charge my phone as I got to his office to charge na so my brain jamm together oo I started seeing things and speaking different things wey no concern me.I saw that someone came to take me away from the immigration office to the waiting lounge where i started saying things about Goodluck Jonathan, Buhari and stuff @ that point my fiance called me and started saying rubbish to him, my mum called, the same thing na so my mum shout say chai! So she called my aunt to come and carry me @ the airport. My aunt and her husband got to the airport @ that time I was already outside displaying madness oo Hmmm na so them bundle me inside the car and I later slept off as it was some mins to 1am I woke up and asked where I was and where they were taking me to and I said Ahh I have missed my flight again. So my aunt just started cursing that hmm they don't want you to make that trip holyghost fire lol. So I was taken to my uncle inlaws hospital and I was treated. I made my trip to SA after two weeks sha. Bt I can never forget that day in my life. What happend that day made my ex fiance change his mind about the engagement. I thank God I didn't dash into the streets that day cos it would be a different story.

Iphie dearie said...

You were lucky the driver was nice.. you even enjoyed the luxury of 2-3 poop sessions😳

Anonymous said...

What!!!!!!!!mouth open

Anonymous said...

Liar! Who dash monkey banana?

Iphie dearie said...

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Iphie dearie said...

I threw up after eating Okpa in secondary school and that was how I stopped eating it until weird pregnancy cravings set in.

Teddy said...

I remember our first trip as a family to the UK. We the kids had already gone indivially from school during summer holidays.
We told popay to pack cadigans, socks e.t.c he refused o, he was like in all his 50 years, he hadn't seen cold that will catch him to make him wear cadigan. We said okay now and left him but his wife pitied him and put it in her own luggage.
We got to Heathrow, cleared customs and went out all fully kitted. The next thing we heard from behind was Jesus Christ of Nazareth...we were like daddy what happened now and he said "otutu wonle Lati ori ni o" "the cold is entering from his head....the way we laughed at him ehn, mumsy now gave him his cadigan...family vacations are the best.

Iphie dearie said...

Nothing will make me take those rides again after what my eyes saw on the one I rode here.
I don't want to know if the rides are laced with gold and secured with iron bars.. I am not doing again.
I saw my great-grand fathers the last time I was cajoled unto that thing. I'm sweating typing this.

Iphie dearie said...

I have lost out an opportunity to write a scholarship exam after my flight was cancelled just cos my last option was a night trip via road.

God knows that must be one of the scariest time to travel. And to think that some people actually enjoy travelling by night is cray.😩

Iphie dearie said...

Endtime Poopoo🀣🀣🀣🀣

Anonymous said...

Unforgettable journey na my travel from edo to Italy. ..my sister I suffer no be small.I see hell for desert and Libya. For Libya I enter connection house to settle my madam and raise money to pay for my crossing fee to Italy. One day police come burst the connection house na so I see myself for jail.food I no see.money they collect everything from me.every night, the people way dey incharge of the jail go come tell all the girls to lie down for ground..na so they go fuck all of us turn by turn.that Libya prison na die.1 of my girlfriend deliver for inside toilet for there.she almost die troway.no doctor, no food.before u see money to buy food u go fuck person wey go dash u money make u use buy food....I no fit talk all I see! But I happy say now I dey Italy .I no die for water.e no easy

Teddy said...

Hmm first US trip, horror, trump just became president, the border was like they were screening prisoners...we were delayed for about 2 hours, the man made mouth that they might send us back, mumsy was answering all his question, I was just looking at him, I didn't even want to talk because If I did they really would have sent us back.
He now collected my phone and went through my messages. We were saved because he saw a message from my friend that told me to enter US and never leave and I said God forbid bad thing, that when my one month holiday is over, I am coming back to my country...that was what saved us that day. Imagine if my message Said otherwise.
If you travelling to US for the 1st time, biko delete any incriminating messages

Iphie dearie said...

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Iphie dearie said...

Omg!! This is real😳😳😳😳

Sally jayd said...

Wooow, thank God you are alive to share your story.

Anonymous said...

All this one's una dey talk Na moimoi compared to wetin I see for road for Libya to Italy. I suffer no be small.I don't want to remember am.to cross the desert na so we jampack for the pickup truck.if u fall out the driver no go mind u.every checking point the soldiers wey dey there go fu*ck all the girls in front of everyone then the boys go pay money before u pass. When we get to Libya na there we see suffer head.even a small boy for Libya get gun.a 5 years old boy go tell u to kneel down...If u don't do it he go shoot u and nobody go talk..The girls get luck sef cos na just fu*ck the men for Libya they fu*ck them. The boys na kidnap things o.till u call ur people to send money make they release you.for Libya they f*uck our bini girls for road, other people go dey pass.5 men can f*uck 1 girl and na for as$ they dey like fu&ck.Libya they treat naija like animals!

Anonymous said...

Stella where is my comment after the epistle wey I type I no see my comment. I had to type 2ce *sadface*

Anonymous said...

If u don enter water to Italy u go no say journey dey and journey come dey...u look right water.left water.front water.one girl wey sit near me come they shout say she be mami water..plenty people go they confess! That water get plenty evil power. .The water dey tumble our boat..The water wan swallow us.some come they pray.some dey cry.some they manifest. Our boat one side don they sink.if not say rescue ship come fast..naso all of us for don kpai

Anonymous said...

Lmaooo @ beloved. Na pepper you dey price? Why you no price am to 1032 , ikwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa ikwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa ikwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwakwa

Anonymous said...

But e no get anything wey you go talk wey go fit surprise person na. You wey don describe your ponyor for here and all your escapades? Buy diary una no gree. Abeg clear for here Iyalamala.:

Anonymous said...

Oh my God!

QUEEN AMY Loves ACCESS BANK said...

Jesu anon are you reallllll...I nearly fainted reading your comment, hope you are alright
Jeez fuck which anus five gini
Faints
Refaints
Then borrows space to collapse

Anonymous said...

I don laff shit for body.
Abeg fido dido sister erm this flight ticket you 'lost' you do know you can print another copy yeah? Even 1000 copies if you want sef. If it was the boarding pass, there'll be a delay but you'll surely fly... so erm maybe this was a special 'ticket' on Edo Airways or perhaps you should just wake up? Lolllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

#thisyourhengrishfitcutNepasha

Anonymous said...

Lord have mercy
Thank God for seeing you through.
I kept wondering how some of the ladies rescued get pregnant.
I think we need to hear more of these desert trip.

Stella Igbokei said...

A passenger got down on 3mainland bridge because when nature called he could not hold it the evening. The driver didn't wait for him he had to jog when he's done

Anonymous said...

Thank God for you.
What were you treated for?

DoppelgΓ€nger said...

Please all of you asking me to complete my story should leave me unless you are ready to pay for the embarrassment I suffered LMAO.
I have lots of these stories, like the one time we had to contribute waist belts because our bus fan belt spoilt and bus stopped where civilisation was out of reach. Maybe I should share the time I traveled from Abuja to Lagos with 250k in cash that belonged to my mother because I wanted to use my flight money to buy cloths πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
I'm ashamed of myself now that I remember those times, Stella please bring this post again.
Oh and also the time my dad's car spoilt along Ibadan expressway on my trip from Kaduna because car overheated, I had to sleep in the car while the driver went to some joint around to drink to stupor. I was also on my period, I had to hold my pee till morning when my brother came to pick me.

DoppelgΓ€nger said...

Leave me o I am not completing it πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ but tell me, if you were me what would you do if you had no water or tissue to use? No be to dust nyash dey go before bus leave you in the middle of no where? 😜

DoppelgΓ€nger said...

WOW this is sad and real because many ladies who travel overseas go through very extreme and harsh conditions.

Beloved said...

OMG....Chills anon @Libya are you for real
God have mercy!!!

Beloved said...

Lol anon, considering the distance the cab man overcharged me ooo. So the #50 is for him to drink water. Lol

Anonymous said...

Oh lawd!
Dey f*cked u girls raw?
No wonder HIV always dey those Italy returnee girls body.

Now that u are in Italy, na better f*uck you go dey fuck now, better than Libya f*ck.

Anonymous said...

Doppelganger why pity them, must they travel out?
If they don't have money to travel right, why can't they sit their assessment down in Nigeria or go to Ghana or Cotonou? Most of them entered the journey with their clear eyes. You see them being rescued on the high sea with new borns and pregnancies, products of rape and prostitution. Tufiakwa

Beloved said...

Damn scary...thank God for your life

Anonymous said...

'sit their asses down in Nigeria'
It is vex that I used to type it

Anonymous said...

God used the delay to break up coming marriage to the man in south Africa. You never can tell what would hav become of you in That marriage.

Beloved said...

Wow wow... I am suspecting the room you went to charge your phone. Thank God you were able to tell this story. Wow iheneme!!

Beloved said...

Na wa. But I still wonder which kind bad condition go make me put head in this kind Libya desert road trip to Italy.

Thank God you finally succeeded sha...Ha

DoppelgΓ€nger said...

*some not many especially the people who go via dubious means.

Anonymous said...

Jesu, you were treated for madness? No wonder we have some crazy bvs here, some that will comment out of point on posts and some that flare up without provocation, so we have Yaba left candidates among us. You sef know say madness no dey finish. Biko hide your history from any man that wants to marry u. No family will allow their son to marry a former wereh.

Fido Dido said...

Ehn anonymous why are you mentioning my name?
You want them to laugh at her on this blog tomorrow that she is broke and takes night bus? She have to lie that she lost her flight ticket na. Abi wetin you want make she talk na? Loooooooooool

Fuck you said...

People dey hussle sha

Eka Joy said...

Finally someone that feels same way about roller coasters like me. I screamed and screamed until I started screaming 'I'm not doing again, I want to get off'. It was a terrible ride, I hope no one ever convinces me to try again

Fuck you said...

Ha...Jesus...so shat happened to u?

Fuck you said...

Ha....na wa ooh...this is sad

Iphie dearie said...

I can't begin to imagine the horror!!
Libya has been in the news lately for this same thing and hopely people will know how unsafe it is to travel through these routes.

Hope you are okay? Haaaa

Iphie dearie said...

JesuuuuuπŸ™†πŸ½‍♂️πŸ™†πŸ½‍♂️πŸ™†πŸ½‍♂️πŸ™†πŸ½‍♂️

Iphie dearie said...

Wow. Thank God for your life

Iphie dearie said...

πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ otutu wonle lati ori ni oooo

Iphie dearie said...

Anon please tell me you are a man!!!!

Olivia Silk said...

You lost flight ticket????

Greatlady. said...

Wow@ anon

Greatlady. said...

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Greatlady. said...

Thank God for the Samaritan

Greatlady. said...

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Greatlady. said...

Ha!!!

Greatlady. said...

Hian!!!

Mrs Ola said...

Stella this topic open old book.
My worst travel experience was when I travelled with my mum by train to go and do omugwo in Osun state from Ibadan. I was very small, like 5yrs. It was my first time of being to a railway station. We took off after several hours of waiting. While on motion, in the middle of the bush, that was how I became pressed, I started crying, my mum now told one man who took us to their supposed toilet. As he opened the lid and asked me to bend down and poo poo. I saw grasses and those railway stones moving very fast. I was looking at the bare ground and I was scared. In my panic, my leg slipped and entered the hole, if not that my mum quickly pulled me away, I would have lost a leg, I ended up with a dislocated ankle. Since then, I never entered a train again till this day.

Mrs Ola said...

Oh dear

Mrs Ola said...

Yes that man was not meant for you. Sometimes we don't understand God's ways

Mrs Ola said...

Hmmm I'm learning

Mrs Ola said...

Wow

Mrs Ola said...

So you resigned from the job? That was a really interesting job u had

Mrs Ola said...

Lols

Mrs Ola said...

Roller coaster, wow. I will enter it one day and see for myself lol. Where can I find a good one in Lagos pls?

Iphie dearie said...

So sorry...

Pipi Lee said...

jeeeezzzzz!

Push up said...

Oh my, hell is real, for them to be doing this isn't it better to stay in nigeria and do all the runs, Cus if you calculate it they would have made a lot from all this fee fucks

Anonymous said...

Lmao,hahahahahahaha,i don laugh tire,ah!!!! Aunty nawa for dis ur lie o,shebi u see what I keep saying about u people on dis blog,stop forming what u are not,you will not hear now see ur life,yeye dey smell

Anonymous said...

So you had to take night bus on top flight ticket that you can print as many as u want??? Lmao,nawa o,am just hearing of dis for the first time, even frm ur written English i can tell that u are just a local wannabe, thanks for the laugh tho

Beauty said...

@Queen Amy. It's true! I witnessed heartbreaking experience for road (edo to Europe ) so many bad things even more than the poster narrated!😢 I would never wish my enemy to experience that journey.Italy is not even worth all this risk we take on the road.even hear,in this winter we still stand for cold outside to get money.God punish anybody that will tell me to send money for her or him! Na my tohtoh I dey use make the person kukuma come street hustle tooπŸ˜₯

Anonymous said...

Anon 18:52 ur papa there....comot from my post if u no get better thing to yan!na u carry hiv! Una say benin girls dey fly for night abi..kidjo my sister abeg borrow me our wisnch broom make I fly catch this fool!

Chyluv! said...

Doppler, I put it to you that you used grass πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

Anonymous said...

Sholetoga Sholetoga, iyalamala toh bad. Kikikikikikikik

'Assaually' I thank you for this extra Sunday laughs. Oshey Mami.

Cisca Chesca said...

Hahahahaha

Cisca Chesca said...

Hmmmmmm

Na wa o

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