Market tins#

*sighs* I wrote my list for the market a few hours ago and i've been filled with trepidation at the thought of going. All that talk talk just drives me nuts. 'how mush* is tomatoes my customer?' last last abeg? ah haba but i bought last week and it was XYZ.... then the trader will rattle on and on about there being no tomatoes in Bauchi and thus the hike.... Then to buy the yams nko? talk less of meat.... those ones are just a dramatic lot, with them lifting the meat with both hands like its a cow and them going on and on and on.....n It's easier to shop at asda or tesco jare. don't know why the cant set up in Nigeria sef and be cheap too LOL Let me go abeg the earlier i start the haggling the berra!!!! Person go still reach house and scrape saki plus pluck ewedu *bigger sighs*

Comments

Myne Whitman said…
Eh ya. Say TGIF and breathe :)
Beautiful said…
Lol that's the part I dont miss about nig
Abiola said…
Hahaha...wish there's a cheaper and better way out, really.

The part I hate most is the inevitable dirty mushy surfaces one cannot but tread with this weather...
Mojisola said…
Lol, I hated the haggling but I must say, the saki tasted like saki. . . good business idea though to start an ASDA.

Thx for stopping by my abandoned lot. My sister don't know what to blog about no mo.
sykik said…
Hahahaha......abeg no vex that I am laughing.....my mum says she can't understand why any woman will go and buy meat from shoprite.......she believes you must haggle to buy pepper and meat.....for me, na any which way , as long as na fresh pepper and meat
Ema Oyeyiola said…
Lol...
I know exactly how you feel.
Funny enough, just before I got married I started enjoying market trips. Not really the haggling, but the challenge.
Fluffycutething said…
I managed to go on Monday and some parts of Tuesday! the 'trauma" was just as much as always..... Kai i need an older help....

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