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Daireen

  • Hi guys, sorry I’ve been off this space for so long. Ko le da noni. Anyways, I’ve been working, and last week, I released an ebook. Please read the excerpt below…:
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    The words that follow are mine […]

  • @febidel: Erm, before the skinny gets fat, we’d be visiting gyms and working out together. I’m a very good micro-manager. :p

    As for fear, marriage is a daunting sontin, deserves to be feared a bit.

  • Erm, @amy78 you sound like a marriage counselor. I make it a point to avoid those pips, why? they make me see the fat girls and I’m all about the skinny babes *shrugs*

    Don’t worry, I’ll find that one woman […]

  • take hanky means…, oh heck, you know the meaning :p

    I do get treats from female friends. The GF(s) do not necessarily release their funds is what I’m saying. In my case, one look at me and I become their pet […]

  • Okay, so I stopped by and after reading this discourse have this really irrational thought: take hanky…

    I apologize, that was totally off, but I couldn’t resist. :p

    Anyway, the foregoing is fraught with […]

  • Daireen and Profile picture of EfadelEfadel are now friends 1 year ago

  • Daireen posted an update 1 year ago

    Got my digits back though :d

  • Daireen commented on the post, The Meeting 1 year ago

    @fadehan the story’s about two people who meet for the first time at an eatery. Their antics, thoughts and reactions.

    Now please read again and let me know what you think.

    Thank you.

  • Daireen commented on the post, Cornflakes (Part Two) 1 year ago

    Ghen ghen. Oya explain yourself. ‘Where did you get elubo?’ The aunt asked. ‘Erm, erm,’ words deserted her…

    #justfreestyling. Kudos.

  • Daireen commented on the post, Don’t Judge Me 1 year ago

    The ‘ile’ rhyme seemed forced. You could have made this a free verse, it woulda carried more punch. Nevertheless, it was a good attempt. Brief and to the point. Kudos.

  • Daireen commented on the post, Cornflakes (Part One) 1 year ago

    Really nice opening, really long prologue.

    That said, few tense and spelling errors. Kudos.

  • Daireen commented on the post, 3:51am 1 year ago

    Hehe. Stop thinking too much, the voices will reduce.

    Well written.

  • The Nigerian way. That’s all I can say. And that part about incorporating youth on to the panel, don’t think it’ll fly o. If it would, pips like Helon Habila and Teju Cole would be judges too.

    Thanks for having […]

  • Daireen posted an update 1 year ago

    Can you imagine, I be newbie, don’t even have up to 100points. Se person dey experience childhood twice ni?

  • Daireen posted an update 1 year ago

    @ogaoga what happened to all my NS points oo? Yesterday it was 48500+ and today it’s 15 kpere. It’s not like I withdrew or dashed the thing out, so how come I’m a newbie again?

    Please restore my original points.

    Thank you.

  • Daireen posted an update 1 year ago

    @ogaoga what happened to all my NS points oo? Yesterday it was 48500+ and today it’s 15 kpere. It’s not like I withdrew or dashed the thing out, so how come I’m a newbie again?

    Please restore my original points.

    Thank you.

  • I feel your plight. But as my uncle would say, this felt like a parlour argument. You failed to present facts, or cite relevant examples. For a letter with such heading to be truly compelling, you will need a more […]

  • Daireen commented on the post, Addiction 1 year, 1 month ago

    Really good poem to totori babe. We’re knowing the smooth talkers as we dey read dey go.

    Well done. Kudos.

  • Daireen commented on the post, My Bedroom 1 year, 1 month ago

    I saw this title and was like ko kan aye oo. My impression changed after reading though. We all need a place of solace to escape into occasionally.

    Well done.

  • Na, na, na! This is a good story, but your telling leaves a lot to be desired. There’s typos and errors. Sit down with this, and re-edit.

    Do same for subsequent posts. Keep writing, get better. We’re all in […]

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