Hey guys, it has been a while since we posted and we apologize, we hope you missed us just as much as we missed you. Adulthood has really had us in a chokehold for the last couple of months. In other news, the country has gotten a lot crazier in the past couple of months;… Continue reading Just Catching Up
"Who mess for here?"
Hey guys, it's been a minute. I have been terribly busy since the start of the year so, my posts haven't been as frequent as they should. Hope you're good though, traffic and all. I personally have been doing my best to void traffic, I do not need that negative energy in my life this… Continue reading Exhaust Thing Monday
Hey, compliments of the season-ish. Trust you had a swell time indoors this holiday because Corona is outside. I knew it wouldn't, but I hoped it would end with 2020. It not only followed us to the New Year, it had the audacity to do New Year, New Me (strain), but we move regardless. The… Continue reading HOLIDAY SEASON/BIGGEST LOSERS OF A TRAFFIC-FREE LAGOS
A crash course on the bicycles with engines.
So there I was, with my formal Monday drip, pushing danfo bus in the middle of the road.
The leg room was even the least of my problems. Two people hanging on the bus meant two armpits open….two armpits that were right under my nose😭😭. And yes, they both smelled bad.... Read the rest of my Lagos traffic horror story here
Most of my posts are about the madness displayed by drivers or conductors or agberos. But honestly, passengers play a big part in what goes on inside and outside the bus and some are even worse than you'd expect. Here they are: 1. The Talkative: these ones will talk from the beginning till the end… Continue reading Types of Passengers in Public Transport
Some things you can’t escape death, taxes, Lagos traffic. We all knew the big ban was just the beginning of a very illogical scheme by the Lagos state government and as expected the wind has blown and the buttocks of the Eyo masquerade has been exposed. If you haven’t already heard, the Lagos state Government… Continue reading ATax on Titan
I hate this country sometimes, genuinely. Too many things are actually wrong but our constant adaptation might be making us oblivious to the facts. You know how most of my posts are about Lagos? Now, I'm going to add a new city in the picture, Sango-Ota in Ogun State. This might be one of my… Continue reading A Tale of Two Cities