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June 03, 2015

IT GETS MORE WEIRD

One Sunday night, I was craving fried yam like my life depended on it.......When Hubby no “gree” look my side, I started crying. I was a pitiable sight,  it was almost like if I didn't eat fried yam that night ehn, I won't survive. We started driving all over our area looking for fried yam, after several referrals we got someone who was frying at a bus stop. Immediately I perceived the smell of the fried yam, I started inhaling the smell like it was food, the food vendor took one look at me and shook her head and said “madam, sorry, it is well, this phase will pass”.

Another instance was during work hours, I was walking through my office car park and I saw a man eating jollof rice in his car, I stood beside the car and was watching how the rice was entering this man’s mouth, at a point the man turned and stared at me. I am sure he was wondering if I was a mad woman, I just curtsied, apologised and "waka-ed" away.

I told myself that I need to start having self control because “tush” Sykik cannot be falling hand like this oh......which kain pregnancy symptom be "ojukokoro" again.

Constipation garnished with carpel tunnel syndrome and a slice of "ojukokoro" is not sexy and tush at all.....pregnancy is not a easy something.

Ps: Please someone should help me interprete "ojukokoro" into English in the comment section.


21 comments:

  1. The title of your post is spelled incorrectly o.

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  2. Looll. Eya, sorry o. I heard pregnant women have strange cravings. I hope it doesn't happen to me when it is my turn. This phase will soon pass, pele.

    Parental Consent turns Deadly

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    1. Pregnant women sure have strange cravings.

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    2. Maybe because i haven't got an indulgent* spouse my cravings were things i could easily access and they came at reasonable times!!! LOL thank God the phase does pass *sighs*

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  3. Ahahahha, pregnancy wahala, yours is better sef .... I have heard weirder stuff. When I was pregger, my craving was palm oil. I used it to prepare jollof rice with crayfish. One time, I poured it on potato chips I was eating. Happy new month.

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    1. Wow, palm oil ke.......don't know why the cravings are always weird

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  4. sykik!!!! congrats!!!!
    i read your posts and was wondering why i was on awol for so long that I am just hearing.
    My sister, I am so so happy to hear this awesome news.
    God Almighty be praised forever and ever.

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    1. Thank you ma'am . How are you doing?

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  5. hahahahahaha pele o

    There was a day one child was eating rice and stew with boiled egg in the children's church. I went in to get attendance to update the logs. Omo I was just looking at the food o and if not that it was a small child I would have gone to beg. Pregnancy can just activate something in somebody.

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    1. Hehehehe........imagine begging for food from a child.......pregnancy hormones can disgrace person no be small.

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  6. Oh my days! You mean the cravings brought on by pregnancy is that intense. I know someone who used to want amala with gbegiri. What shall I crave???

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  7. Hhehehhehehehehehhe @craving fried yam like my life depended on it... You know it's amazing... I mean it's amazing how Amazingly funny you are... Biko sufferi and be OjukokoroING oh... in your words... it is not tush Sam sam... :) wait you HacSHually cried cause of the absence of Fried yam?! Heheheh The lorddd is ya muscle biko... ;) Cheers Bubba...


    Sent on the go...

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    1. My darling, how are you doing? Noticed that your blog has other people posting as well. You have gone "international"......more Vaseline to your elbow.

      Pregnancy made sexy Sykik do some "impossicant" things oh.

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    2. heheheheheheheh YeLLss ke.. We are going Intergalactic and join sef... hehehe **Winks.. We miss your ever hilarious comments down there on YnC sha oh :( hehehe Plus having that you can know how to Chastise me for Africa ehhnnnn.. I haf become a dog without a leash.. **Wears Evil grin.. But that phase e haf sha pass..

      In other news.. Yyyyaaaayyy she called me Darling.. iTrip iMelt iBlush.. and iRun hehehe Cheers Bubba.. Be safe eh.. We want morrrreee gist biko.. :)

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  8. I laughed out loud when I read the jollof rice bit!! Sykik oh!!

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  9. This post is funny! Ojukokoro means greed. lol

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  10. Now that I am single sef, I have terrible food cravings, I can trek to look for banana or boiled corn, if it's roasted when I want boiled, forget it.
    I hope it won't intensify in pregnancy, na my hubby I go piry sha.
    Lol..

    Keep it coming ma!

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