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Friday, April 10, 2020

Lock Down Chronicles....

What do you miss doing most outside?







I miss going out every Saturday to the Malls with my Bambinos and then eating out in Different posh Restaurants......chai....

140 comments:

  1. I miss swimming, hanging out, go old shawarma. In fact just driving around in d eve, listening to very loud music with boo.

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    1. I miss hanging out jare and most importantly military recruitment for army or airforce or navy

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  2. I miss my alone time, my own space as this lockdown has made me have everyday husband, as he gets to work from home. On the bright side, sex has been lit

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  3. Going window shopping at the mall and going to the cinemas

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  4. My acca lectures on sundays. I plan to finish the exam by June so I can rest and have my weekends

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    1. Please what is the total amount you have spent on acca

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    2. Please what is the total amount, with my ICAN.

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  5. I miss going to swimming, going for a walk, going to work with the kind of people I work with.

    The appointments that I have booked for the month of April was going to parachute me to another level, but that has been cancelled. I was so looking forward to it.

    In short, I miss everything I used to do.

    I pray this pandemic is over soon.

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  6. I miss my fellow hustlers on the street..My customers I buy from...My shop...My part time workers..The bus drivers and conductors..the ching ching in my bank account..my Parents who live on the other side of town..life as I knew it!

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  7. Where I dey, we sre allowed to go to the Malls, markets etc. but social distancing.
    I miss seeing a lot of people I used to see, just the lively city. There is
    this eerie feeling once you go outside. And a lot of faced are sad. I miss happy faces.
    My friends how far?
    Make I yarn?

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    1. @Chocolait says make I no yarn 😊😊
      I would have asked if my friends do not miss anything, let them tell us
      what they spread their legs before their phones dey do?
      😊😊

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    2. ANG when will you finish that your story that you shared on spouses lockdown tales?

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    3. @17:03
      That tori long o. It is still unfolding.
      When stella makes part 3 and I am less busy, we fire
      Wetin I dey here for, no be to yarn?
      Ajuju o😊😊😊
      I no wan finish typing and my comment go loss for for for inside 🀐🀐

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    4. ANG just finish it on Friday night post
      Just incase no part 3 😘😘😘
      Thank you in advance.

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    5. ANG fireeee!!!!

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  8. Nothing much. The freedom of movement.

    Anyway am in the market. Census market from there to oyingbo. Thank God for cars
    Seems they pursued people from their houses o. Roads are busy.

    Happy redemption season all. God has redeemed us from corona virus and other viruses Amen

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  9. Honestly I don't know what I miss sefπŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯
    My life is still same lockdown or no lockdown 😰😰

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  10. I miss travelling.

    I miss eating out and going shopping.

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    1. Na ur type dey go import coronavirus. Stay one place u no gree.

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    2. so as I'm one place now how many have i given the virus ?
      Shebi it's Stella's Question I answered?
      I shouldn't see my family ?

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    3. Anon 16:16... she was referring to the things she used to do before covid 19.

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  11. My routine is same, I am a stay at home mom. God help me with a job soon.

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  12. I miss running my business. The income lost during this 2weeks is paining me. I just pray it isn't extended. No alert from anywhere. Mtcheew...I just want things back up and running. Those with 9-5 jobs are enjoying now oh as their salaries will keep coming. I need my business to open. Even my workers are bored.

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  13. I miss family hangouts.

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  14. I'm a chronic introvert so this lockdown has got nothing on me.. its my daily lifestyle

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    1. Me too. But it's bcos I'm in between jobs. May I know I you make an income?

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  15. Other than missing my sugar daddy i am perfectly fine.. though he sends money steady but i still miss his presence

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    1. Correct, the married saint will come for you now.

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    2. Nope we are not judging, we are just glad grandpa knows where his heart is.

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    3. Married saints you said.... Some of us were raised with good morals and with high self-esteem.

      Grandpa Don go him house... He know say na him family be him last bus stop when the rope don loose comot from the pole.

      You already judged yourself

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    4. Noone will come for her ...we are just glad we will work hard and provide for our daughters so they dont develop the dirty habit of shimming from one shriveled old scrotum to another!

      Mothers grind hard and provide for your girls to avoid this!

      Hunger bad sha!

      If you could help it you wouldn't.

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    5. Parents work hard and raise your daughters to take pride in earning their own money so no old disgusting man will make them stray from the path of righteousness. One day this young lady will get married. Be prepared to reap what you have sown.

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    6. what about the man? what will he reap? crazy house wives

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    7. Snob 20:41😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁
      Their community dicks horsebands will reap blessings for being irresponsible

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    8. 20.41 but really JIB Some of us don't care what the men and their sideys are all about all we care about is our own girls

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  16. I miss entering brt ٫ like all the fights and talk πŸ˜€I miss the hustling and bustling of lagos

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  17. I miss the mall, pubs and cinema. I miss bowling too😭😭😭😭

    The weather is nice I want to start wearing my heels and dresses, I want to visit Blackpool and Wales. Which kine life person dey so?

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    1. Babe, I want to start wearing my heels and bodycon dresses too😭😭😭
      Now, we'll have to wait until God knows when

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    2. Tell me about it Ms A, pretty little things will lose customers here

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  18. I miss doing my monthly shopping. I love it though it can be stressful.

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  19. I miss the sweet sex with my friend
    Abeg the saint on this blog should scroll pass this comment, cos everyone has right to write what they miss.

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    1. I feel your pain, I miss mine so much. Sweet and hot pumping sex the best. I miss his sweet kisses, deep French kiss, damn I am horny as hell. Lockdown hurry up and go away. Me needs some sweet bangingπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

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  20. Lockdown has got nothing on me.
    I just dey my dey as usual...

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  21. I miss myselfπŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯

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  22. I miss my family especially my little brother, have been wanting to go see them and him a peck but border is closed till further notice and i miss my choir practice, my voice is beginning to crack.

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    1. Eat more raw okra for your cracked voice...

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    2. Practice singing at home πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    3. Practice your scales at home regularly. Also, make sure your environment is not too dry.

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  23. I miss my church.. This is probably the first Easter I would spend at home. I miss dancing during praise and worship a and also seeing everyone elegantly dressed, happy and dancing..,

    I miss school runs.. I miss the happy faces of my children's classmates, calling out and waving at me..

    I miss the normalcy of life..

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    1. I don't miss school runs biko. How can!!

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    2. Aswear Chummy I miss praise and worship 😁😁
      I kinda miss school run too
      I'm an introvert so... these two are just what I miss!

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  24. I miss normal life..
    I can't even wait to resume at my new work place

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    1. Oh yeah thats right
      You got the job just when this happened,
      Don't worry you'd resume soon πŸ˜‰

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    2. @chocolate noir...
      Cant wait jare

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  25. I miss making my own money as in sweating it out and getting paid

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  26. I miss going to see my friend

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  27. I miss my baby business, shopping for my customers, gbagi market, ogunpa market, oja oba Ibadan etc.

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  28. I miss going to Stanley's place to chop big preeq. See as I'm horny now...

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    1. Does he live in ph?

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    2. Work offshore? Family abroad n lives in ph?!

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    3. Anon 17:43, you and your likes nor dey tire ?
      Always asking is he A or B that lives in Kafachan?

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    4. HOW MANY OF YOU DEY CHOP FROM SAME PLATE NOW

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    5. πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚
      Lmao @ 18:52

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  29. Stella I swear this coro do me bad tin..I hate staying home with my horseband..he's so quarrelsome,complains alot.we can't stay a day together without guareel so nna mehn this thing is killing me.

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    1. Sorry 😞
      But maybe this might be the best time for conflict resolution πŸ€”
      Whatcha think 😘

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    2. Try and see where the problem is coming from and fix it.
      This is actually the best time for you both to find solution to the problem and seal that molehole.

      πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ’–

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    3. Quarrelling in itself is not a bad thing if there is underlying love. But it becomes a problem if it becomes hurtful and malicious. I would say just ignore. Be determined to be at peace. If you have to keep quiet do so. I believe in choosing my battles wisely.

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  30. I miss going out at freewill

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  31. Miss gini?
    Special 14days leave on a platter of gold?

    Just lounging watching old tapes,skyping with family and friends then munching this and that.
    If Nepa misbehave,we pump diesel dazzall.

    I misseth nothing biko. Not with the daily traffic gridlock to and fro.

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    1. Ms A don't mind this NEPA, to think I was arguing with DH that because of low usage since offices and business premises will be shut that there will be sufficient power supply for homes,he went to book diesel,he no look my face,now see.hahaha
      Imagine lockdown in darkness.

      How yu doin jare?

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  32. I miss not been able to call my husband in his office to ask how work is going...

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    1. You can also call him while at home to ask him how work is going.

      Hide inside the toilet and call him then talk like he is in the office,that will help you not to miss that aspect about you both.

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    2. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚@ EC
      Aren't you hilarious.

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    3. @Jessi. Thanks hon. @EC, e no go sweet like that ooo, but I go try am sha😘😘😘

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  33. I miss nothing, life has been on a stand still before Coro, I hardly go out, the tailoring I'm learning, the woman insisted on me balancing up ,so I'm still hooked, just happy to have my kids around m

    Na anon level I want drop this o,I don't want to be trolled

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    1. I think I know who you are but hey use this time to your advantage. Practice, practice, practice till no one can ignore you.

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    2. Don't worry all would be well .πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  34. If I come to this world again, I will marry as early as 25years old and yes I'm a man. This lockdown really made me understand and appreciate what they call companion the more. Stella pls do S&M May be we go see our own this time. This boredom too much, Kuti's opinion..

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    1. A companion will not make you less bored. You will resent her for being boring sef. You need to learn to be alone and love your own company. The Holy Spirit is your friend.

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  35. I miss my regular business routine.

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  36. I miss my friends
    How we go for lectures together
    Cook together
    Eat together
    Fight and settle before the day is overπŸ˜‚
    Yeah. I miss them like mad

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  37. I miss my friends
    How we go for lectures together
    Cook together
    Eat together
    Fight and settle before the day is overπŸ˜‚
    Yeah. I miss them like mad

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  38. I only miss my church.
    Every other thing is almost still the same in Port Harcourt

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  39. I miss my freedom of movement, freedom to go for shopping. Movies, very important one work i.e my office and above all I miss going to church.

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  40. I miss shopping, dinning out in resturants & nice bars. Though I'm still shopping online for my expensive designer fashion items for few things I can buy without fitting or trying out. I still buy take out food from drive through & ubereats.
    The only thing that makes me most sad is not being able to travel from North America to Europe & spend some time in UK, Belgium & Luxemborg with my kids & friends over there & to do some nice shopping over there.😭😭😭
    I'm an introvert, don't really like people. But I do enjoy shopping & socialising with my few loved ones & special interests. Other than that, social distancing is my usual way of life even before corona. I just don't even like many people to be in my physical space & proximity.

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    1. Stella read this anon's comment pls.
      She still buys things online. Please keep advertising for us on IHN, delivery men are eligible to move around in states where there is lockdown. Pls people are still shopping online for other things different from food

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  41. I miss packing my bags and just decide to go out of town,was supposed to travel to Ghana to see my friend and her baby.....but here we areπŸ™‚

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  42. I miss my pupils. Those sweet voices running into the classroom in the morning shouting good morning teacher and some crying and complaining about their mum to me. They are between 4 to 5years. I miss them.

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  43. We are still working ooo business as usual gaskiya

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  44. I miss going to work and getting busy.. this boredom got me calling some of my ex, checking some unqualified babes on social media, trying to fix after isolation gbenshig..smh.

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  45. I miss my office. Staying at home is making me overuse my dildo.

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  46. I miss hearing normal news,taking my kids out,having quiet Times at home

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  47. I miss hearing normal news,taking my kids out,having quiet Times at home

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  48. I miss going to church,I miss travelling, I miss going to court and watch all the acting lawyers do,I miss going to police station, I miss my lovely clients, I miss making money, I miss visiting and gossiping with my god mother,I miss my brothers,I miss the life of adventure and work,hmmmn

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  49. I just wish that this should end.

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  50. Missing taking my son for a long stroll every Sunday afternoon after church. I don miss am

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    1. Yimu
      So they said you cannot stroll again? Mstheew

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  51. Miss going out at will,without fear of contracting any virus.
    Mhhh the things we take for granted.

    Finally got my ID after being a silent BV for many years.

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  52. I miss going to work. My boss brings me lunch and sucks my dxxck in her office twice a day. I know she is addicted to it.

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    1. Wake up...wake up its Saturday! You've been mumbling a load of crap in your dream

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  53. I miss only work. i be indoor person regular

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  54. I missed jollof rice l always buy at my work place. Chai!!!, the taste is heavenly

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    1. Pls where is that work place, let me come and buy the jollof. Chaii you can poison me with jollof rice.

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  55. I miss eating grilled fish n chips with my chilled radlar. While listening too loud music/ watching live performances in an open bar...

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  56. I miss nothing, this has been my life before aunty coro #boringlife

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  57. I miss my school children,the special needs children that I teach. I can't wait to resume! They give me hope and help me increase my faith in God. Life has been delightful ever since I started teaching them six years ago. I don't see myself doing anyother job in life. I spent these past few days calling each of them through their parents' phones,telling them I couldn't wait to see them.
    I could feel the joy and gladness on their voices ,that made me shed tears. I hope everything goes back to normal soon enough so I can hug them once again.

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    1. Hugs and kisses

      Thank you for all you do

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    2. Thank you,it's always a pleasure.

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  58. I miss going to where I am learning how to sew.

    Practicing at home and I joined online courses.

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  59. Annon 19:40.. I no need Holy spirit. Thanks. but no thanks

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