This abroad life sha....

As i'm wont to do most times, i observe my surroundings with astute intrigue and a bit of mischief....

I see all sorts and i never cease to be amazed

It's the reason why today as i stepped onto a Zebra crossing i marvelled at oyinbo people once again...

I mean they didn't even need a police man to tell them to stop for me to cross when they did

In my dear Naija, many a pedestrian would have been confined to a wheel chair or maybe even dead when "wicked" and sometimes even stupid Naija motorists would refuse to pause so people can cross!!!!!!!!!!!!

And as i tried to get off the ferry later on, i saw that even oyinbo get some stupid peculiarities too!!! i cannot understand why they all scramble for the door of the ship before the thing comes to a halt.

Today na only me siddon oh, so tey i come begin wonder whether we don reach our destination. of course in my bid to "join the crowd" na so i nearly nack teeth for ground :D LOL

I have shed so much weight since i got here, na so so to dey waka we just dey for this place. I mean no okadas or cabs to call. And times without number my silly friend (who happily is in Naija now ;) makes me run after buses and trains....

All that compulsory exercise it's amazing how anyone in this town has fat on their body i tell you....

Getting lost is another favourite of mine.

Every trip i make to "the abroad" comprises of at least five incidents of getting lost.

The last time it happened, i entered lift from one place to another, rigmarouled for over 2 hours, couldn't reach my friend on phone!!!!

Thankfully gbomogbomo no dey here, i for don be their victim (God forbid)

My random musings for the day

"Cheers mate "

Comments

Afrobabe said…
hahahahahahhaahha...so u got lost today again...

kai, my friend from Africa!!!
Waffarian said…
heheheh, glad to see you are enjoying yourself! me, any where i go, na my regular habit be that.
fluffycutething said…
@ Afro- no be so u sef dey lost when u first reach here? :D

@ waffy- my sis from another mama, we do have a lot "joining" us by the day don't we? ;)
Ugo Daniels said…
lost but found,lol!
fluffycutething said…
Bros u dey laugh???????????

And to make matters worse these london people no sabi name of street or even how to describe road to person LOL
SOLOMONSYDELLE said…
lol @ gbomogbomo. Haven't heard that word in a long time.

You dey enjoy oh
Daddy's Girl said…
Fluffy, e don tay small. Glad you are getting a well-deserved break - that's good. One of the things I love about European cities is all the opportunities to walk - I love walking but here in Lagos you have to fight with okadas and danfos... anyway, enjoy. When you have a minute, please drop by my blog and check out the odes carnival... the writing is fantastic.
Idemili said…
Gbomo what? Hahahahaha!
Idemili said…
You lose weight? Please I balloon. In Naija I lose weight for all th fine fine men there. Kai!
Jaycee said…
Thank God for blogs that make u laugh when u're trying to do homework!!!!

LOLLLLL...thank God gbomogbomo no dey abroad o. Lollll @ this post!

Lol @ Pink-satin...female Osuofia in london!!!
fluffycutething said…
@pink satin- me osuofia??????? Ok we will see how you fare when you go to the abroad too :D

@solomonsdyelle- i cannot for the life of me, know how i managed to remember that word oh LOL

@Daddy's girl- Babe that walking sometimes dey tire person. At least let the option of jumping on Okada be available, in this abroad no such luck ;)
fluffycutething said…
@idemili- Dey there dey laugh oh... i've lost so much weight that my new clothes need slim fitting as i speak to u :D

@Jaycee- Good to hear i made ur evening lighter ;)
Naijachic said…
osoufia indeed! dis is so funny, lol.....me still don't know way even to my house (only via tubes but if na bloke wan take me out/bring me home, gas to tell him to get his navigations rite, yep, after 5 yrs!!!)

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