Friday, March 27, 2009

Now, its time to dance Owambe!

I won the award, yay!!!!

Now its time to put on your dancing shoes and boogie.

I got Dbanj, 9ice and KSA(just for u bumight) on the bandstand to thrill you guys...
Am off to pimp my 'hawtness' up some more, cant afford to let down my rep,lol!!!

Thursday, March 19, 2009


I finally get to put the most coveted Naija Blogger awards Nominee icon on my blog thanks to you guys.
I was almost beginning to lose hope of getting any nominations,lol!

Anyway, for those who don’t know, I was nominated for the award of BLOGGER YOU THINK IS HOT IN REAL LIFE!

Guys, una know na…
My own no be think o…
Those who have seen me can attest to the fact that yours truly is HAWT!!!

Okay so I’m immodest, but if I no blow my trumpet, who go blow am now? :)

Now, the first step is done, all that is left is for you my lovelies, to VOTE.

Head over to the NaijaBloggersaward page to vote for Princesa and you will be richly blessed in Jesus’ name, Amen!


You know, this reminds me of the time I came back home for the holidays in my second year in the University with an award- Award for the Most beautiful girl in my department for that year.

I was excitedly showing off my award to my family when my dad commented:

“So you couldn’t get the award for the most intelligent student…what’s the big deal about being beautiful?”

My dad had always pushed us to realise that beauty without brains is meaningless.

Anyway I made him proud when I had one of the best results during Graduation…:)

There I go…digressing,lol!

So Shally tagged me…oh how I hate ‘em tags! : (
Funny enough, she tagged me and decided to de-activate her blog after that, shuo...
Shally dear, wetin happen na?

Anyway, The tag is cool cos all I need to do is to talk about six things I have learnt from blogging.

So here goes…

Blogging has helped to improve my vocabulary. I have learnt new words and new ways to say the ones I used to know.

Blogging has taught me to appreciate other people better. I now appreciate better the fact that we all have different experiences and react to situations in our own peculiar ways.

I have also learnt to respect other people’s opinions and choices. We don’t all have to believe in the same things but we can learn from our differences.

Blogging has helped me to develop my writing abilities. I am inspired to write better when I read some of the stuff you guys put down.

Finally, Blogging has introduced me to some really wonderful people. People I can share my life's experiences with and people who have been there for me, when I needed them.
Thank you so much guys for making Blogging fun!
Congrats to all the Category A winners and the organizers too...e no easy...

Thursday, March 5, 2009


So this morning I was driving to work with my cousin.
She was going to get down on the way as she was headed to see a General Manager of a Company for job.
“How you take get the connection sef?” I queried.
“Ha ha ha” She laughed. “Na one guy like that wey carry my matter for head o!”

On further prodding, she revealed to me that she had been introduced to this Company topshot by some guy who had been begging her to marry him for months now.

“Eeee…eee…why you no want marry am now?” I asked jokingly.
“My sister, the bobo too short, abeg!” she announced sharply. “You know say me I no get height, how I go take come marry person wey short pass me well well”

I laughed uncontrollably for some minutes. The babe was serious o…one only needed to look at her face to know this.

I didn’t blame her sha…

I once had this “Serious toaster” some years ago.
We had been chatting online for close to a year and feelings were already growing. One day we decided to hook up face to face. He wasn’t bad looking at all but dude was EXTREMELY short meeeen!
At the end of the date, I was so sure ‘It’ would not work between me and him. The difference in our heights was too glaring and awkward for me!

Anyway, I asked my cousin another question.
“So which would you prefer? A very short man or an uneducated man?”
She pondered over the question a while before answering.
“Hmmm…I’ll go for the uneducated man o…at least he can always go to school, moreover there are some uneducated guys that really express themselves well that you’ll hardly know they didn’t have any formal education”

Long after I dropped her off. I still chewed on her words.

Personally I am someone who loves the interior more than the exterior. Catch my drift?
I’d rather go for a guy who has a great personality that one with great looks. I’m not saying that looks don’t matter to me o! Which girl doesn’t want a well groomed, good looking, nice smelling, pleasant mannered, well loaded(pocket & otherwise) dude eh?”
Babes no lie o!

However that said. I still DO NOT want a dwarf o! He he he he he…

So I’m throwing open the question:

For the girls, which would you prefer? To marry Ken, the short dude who has a PhD or Peter the 6.3” good looking brother who cant make a good sentence in English without mixing up his tenses?

For the guys, would you prefer to marry Sikira the beautiful village girl who cant speak a word of English or Sylvia, the masters degree holder who speaks impeccable English but is Ugggg…?

Now I don’t want diplomatic answers o…

It’s either black or white, no grey,lol!

PS: Kudos to the organizer of the Blogville awards o. More ‘mmanu’ to una elbows o! I am 'gbaduning' what you guys are doing but wait o….when the kasala ago burst na when una no give me any award. Heeennnn….heeennnn….I don talk finish o….

PPS: I have collected my First cheque from Getaway Club o and heading for the mega money now, all the doubting thomases, do a rethink o!

How do you like my God-daughter?
She is a Diva, isn’t she?

Ta ta…