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Friday, May 26, 2023

Boredom Eliminating Post

 

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  1. Being a rich kid

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    1. I could dance
      I can still dance

      My first year in secondary school. I and my friends mimed at the school end of year party 不
      We had our audition and some of the teachers and prefects were the judges, I can remember we were so nervous we weren’t going to make it cus we were the youngest.

      We had on matching denim fits (it cost us an arm and a leg to get those clothes) but we really wanted to match
      We became an over night sensation, it’s so funny we dint have a name. We were so popular senior students knew us by name

      We had invitations to any other party after that but we were never allowed to attend

      We are friends till date and dance whenever we hear the same song

      Good old days 不不不不


      Push up (original)

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  2. My eloquence and flexibility
    Secondary school was something else for me sha
    Mine was one that the peeps i schooled with were nasty and spoilt sort of

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  3. I was stubborn, but I have (still do) this calm look. I was being flogged almost on a daily basis (and I could bone the flogging). I remember there was a day the A.O was calling names of offenders , and he had about 3/4 lists with him different crimes. Once he calls my name, I moved from one line to the next.

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    1. as in your name appeared on all the category of offense
      How are you doing today my candilicious candy

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    2. Wahala不不不不your name was in all the list 不不不

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    3. You been spoil small. Haha @from one line to the next.
      Hope the scars are gone?

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    4. Osundi darling, yes ooo, my name dey all the lists. 不不不. I'm getting better love, slowly getting off pain meds.
      Justyswt, my dear, it was ooo不.
      XP momma, leave me ooo. 不不不. Well good thing is scars don't stay, thank God for that o. How I wan take explain dem scars?不不不

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    5. Candy, so you were a Bridget Bema in secondary school? 不不不

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    6. Candy you attended command ? No wander I have been looking at you in a suspecting manner . @ Your A.O lol, I got there

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    7. Lol @ Bridget Bema. The thing was just too much for Bridget please

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    8. Anon, I was o. 不不不不
      Slim Shaddy, Commando 4 life.

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  4. Social butterfly, sports, passing without reading much

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  5. A lot oo..

    But mainly free browsing hacks;cheats kept changing weekly or soo and even teachers will bring me to their office during break time to configure theirs while students sneaked their phones to school.

    Then Symbian phone hacking and game installation,I was their plug..

    So immediately after WAEC I decided to monetise it fully by opening a shop and offering home service for everything computer and phone software installation..

    @MARTINS

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    1. Chai Martins nwanne 不 your own na follow come. Yagazie nwoke oma.

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    1. Me too. Minded my business, still minding it now except occasionally when I let myself go and become the center of attention with my humour and opinions. The look on my colleagues faces each time I let go, they want me like that always but abeg.

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  7. I write class notes on the board for everyone cos my handwriting is so legible and fine too.

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  8. Intelligence, I was a mini lecturer during examination, I always organize tutorial class for revision. I enjoyed it though.

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  9. Stubbornness. I was suspended twice but the vice principal who's a rev sister (liked me and I have no idea why) kept pardoning me several times else I would've been expelled

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  10. I was very intelligent. I used to represent my school in quiz competitions both in primary and secondary school. In secondary school, we normally compete with university students then in my state local radio station.

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  11. A lot!
    1. NOISEMAKING
    2. Crying after being flogged丹... I can never do odeshi返
    3. Fine handwriting/correct notes 五... Every teacher, "go to ss2 B and borrow Fidelia's note"
    4. Maths/chemistry lord
    5. Nora Roberts novels
    6. Teacher's child ... My mummy from her own very far school will be monitoring my life in my school
    7. Telenovelas and music五

    E too many abeg

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    1. Can relate with you

      Love /was good at chemistry too.. love music die

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    2. I just love you,very funny!

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    3. I don’t know why people who made so much noise hated being flogged 不

      Push up (original)

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  12. I am so tiny among my classmates And they were all big
    Thnk God for my mouth
    They dared not come near me to humiltate me or whatever and if they did my mouth go finish them
    They nicknmaed Bola elenu razor( razor mouth)
    But na mouth i get i no get hand to fight oh
    The sch would expel u if u r caught fighting

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  13. Butterscotch and chocolates.
    Glossy magazines.
    Maths Dorm Hall tutor.
    Painting...drew all the female teachers legs and their shoes. Haha.
    Handwriting.
    Quiz competition...can spell anything.
    Back bencher who always comes first(class clown) 丑
    Bible reader...I can pray you know

    The last one.
    IF I TYPE IT ...make I...
    塔‍♀️

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  14. Stubbornness... Coping of notes on the board.. fighting chai even when they beat me I claim odeshi.. oh God I got so many strokes of Cain for noise making.. my name was always on the list.. thank God for growth Abeg

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  15. My red natural lips, they flogged shege comot from my body back then in school thinking I was using lipstick. I was also stubborn 不不不不不不

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  16. I was very brilliant and friendly with everyone,, l was also shy but l have a group of friends that are really close to me, we usually hangouts during break period and do other things together... I always participate in every activities going on in the school like matchpast, football game, debate, cultural dance. It was so fun. Oh I wish l can see you guys again Kelechi, Onyinyechi, Prince, Ifeanyi and Bishop etc l miss you guys.. l remember those days. Infact l try to stay away from all the dramas like qurrealling and fighting going on in the school. l asked a lots of questions especially during biology subject不 but l wouldn't allow anyone to copy my answer during exam time丹 l keep telling them to wait that l am coming ...becos l don't want to miss first position.. Also, when l was in junior class...l always ran away from the class for fear of being flog by my seniors whenever they comes to my class. l dey fear cane too much.
    Let me stop here.

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  17. My sweet sister , what secondary School did you attend

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  18. My dear sister fidelia what secondary School did you attend

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  19. I was very funny back in the day. Was always an MC for shows. I don't know why I'm so introverted now

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  20. Not your average student26 May 2023 at 20:53

    I hope you are ready for this chronicle of a comment.

    When I was in Primary School, l was popular for two things: my early arrival to school and personal traits:

    I was always the first person at the school gate. This was because my siblings' school was very far from mine, and my neighbour and, or parent, have to drop them off as well and be at their workplace before 8:00 am. The hectic traffic and bad roads are stories for another day! As a result of these factors, I got to school at 6:30 am or earlier, before the gate man. Sometimes, I wait at my classmate's house because she lives very close to the school and her mum is one of the chefs.

    More so, I was a Sport and Time Prefect. Not to miss the fact that, I was highly curious, independent, opinionated, and principled. These recipes made me very stubborn and known to the school staff, and I was never anyone’s little princess or average primary school girl, as I enjoy breaking barriers, arguing, doing the opposite of things and being different. I played soccer rigorously, rode bicycles with broken brakes, and ran in to things and people. I was that child who tried to discover all the tiny creatures in the swamp/canal by the school, understand people’s mind and explore the environment. Furthermore, I was quick to address any topic. Thus, the teachers and I were always in each other's business because they just never understood me. I must confess, I was difficult to deal with, and I respect and admire their courage for putting up with me for years. Despite being very small in stature, quiet and like keeping to myself. My presence was always known and felt. They didn’t think twice before choosing for debates because of my argumentative self.

    To top it all, I started a business in Primary 5, and had money to buy stuff for a few of my schoolmates. Which didn’t sit well with some staff members. When it was announced that a different pupil, who was also my friend, was made the female head prefect/head girl. Two teachers who I will never forget in this, and next life went into a war mode because they thought no one else deserves that position than me. They quarrelled with the selection committee, and not until it was announced that I was chosen and more fit for the Sport and Time prefect positions that peace was restored among the parties concerned.

    I had my moments, most were great, a few were exasperating. Mr Faniran and Mr Oshinowo (I hope I have his name right), my soul will continue to appreciate and bless you. Thank you for your tenacity, understanding and firm, but tender love. You two, other schools’ staff and my parents and siblings are the ones that made me go as far as a master in education to give another child who is heavily misunderstood a path on the back that, I got you.

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  21. Not your average student26 May 2023 at 20:53

    This continued until Secondary School. My secondary school days were a hit from back-to-back. The reason being that teenage shenanigans were involved, and I just couldn't hide who I was. Although, my secondary school was in the centre of Lagos, with hundreds and thousands of students who are equally or more versed in all things being different. It didn’t take long before some teachers took note of me. I with the help of my friends created a club for us, friends, and other parties to participate in peer-support, get together and do other leisure activities during break times and after school. This quickly grew to something that caught the school's attention, and I was summoned to the staff’s room, while surrounded and questioned by a group of teachers. Mind you, I was not even in JSS-3 at this time. The club’s name was changed from Chicago Bulls (because of my love for this Basketball team, to Sunshine Sister’s Club) The club and the side shenanigans stood the test of time. As usual, I played soccer and competed against the boys, was a member of a “Man O War” group (May God rest the soul of our leader). I was once accused of wanting to take over the school. Funny, right? I had a teacher tell me amid others that she has had more beautiful, intelligent and brave students and none of them were as problematic to handle as me.

    The highlight of these days was when I met Ekaete, the closest human to what true friendship is and one whose uniqueness will later change everything I thought I knew. We were in the same grade, but different classroom, and our friendship quickly boomed. We spent a lot of time together in and out of school. Just before we crossed to SSS-1, I was told to bring a parent to school. My dad went and a lot happened. But all that became known to me was that I was never to see my friend or spend time with her again. I didn’t understand why, and no solid reason was given. I wish I was wiser then. I would have fought harder to see her. Years after the sudden end to our friendship. I was told some jobless and jealous folks thought that our friendship was beyond the ordinary, and she was accused of treating me like we were in a romantic relationship. They accused her kind and caring mum of a lot and insinuated so many things. I haven’t seen Ekaete since, nor do I know where she is. My friend, who is their neighbour, told me they moved from their house unexpectedly, and were treated badly by neighbors. It has been more than two decades and half. Ekaete, may God bless you wherever you are, my soul yearns to see you again, just for one more time. They misunderstood you big time and I now have a better understanding of what happened then.

    These are some of the notable reasons why I was popular in school. Despite being a very quiet and simple person. People still find me complicated. I appreciate my parents, siblings, and everyone who has directly or indirectly been part of my learning and development from birth to the woman I am now. It is not easy being me. Don’t even get me started with days in university and how I continue to stand my ground even in a different continent and as a grown woman, mum etc.

    I will stop here.

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  22. Wow had it been I dey pH I for don Link up with you ,Fidel you b really wafi , and I love you even though I never met you before

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  23. Very neat and dating the fattest lady in school. Secondary school life was the best.

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    1. Not that am trying to shade fat laddies, am just curious. Are you still into those fattest laddies? Because someone people change their spec after sometime

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    2. @ Slim Shaddy. Yes big size ladies are my spec but she got to be very articulate, neat, clean etc.

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  24. I was nicknamed Atom, cos I was thin and smallish( young) then very stubborn

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    1. Chiamaka is that you? Fggc Onitsha

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  25. Brain and stubbornness

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