At the moment, the world at large is in holiday season, whether still basking in Thanksgiving glow and hurrying to get late Thanksgiving presents or shopping excessively and wisely in time for Christmas, this season is awash in festivities. As a global leader in digital payments, PayPal sees the online shopping landscape unlike anyone else in the world. Continue reading
I recently overheard a group of friends discussing how ridiculous their bridesmaid costs were. One of them was mad that she had to pay upwards of N100,000 to be in her friend’s bridal train. One hundred thousand Naira to be a bridesmaid?! Please will I have shares in the marriage? Will I take the most eligible bachelor home?
You’re going too fast there.
Isn’t that a little too much for you?
Isn’t that a little too high for you? Continue reading
If anyone wakes me up at any damned hour to ask me who I think are the biggest scammers in the world, I’d say this with no hesitation – Fast Food Restaurant Owners. Continue reading
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Before I continue, shout out to the people who think best when they are on the white throne. I confess, without any shame whatsoever, can only think when I’m eating. Especially if the food is special and expensive, money making ideas so I can keep eating that kind of food will just be flowing into my brain like the River Nile. Continue reading
It started on Twitter in the penultimate week of 2015. New year resolutions, highlights and low blows of the outgoing year were the trending topics on Twitter street. Continue reading
If the picture below is you during each month, settle down, make sure your laptop is plugged into a power circuit, grab the pack of small chops you got from Yetunde’s 30th birthday, carefully read the following service announcement and take notes. Continue reading
Let’s imagine it’s that time of the year again. Fall and Spring season have come and gone and “summer” is officially upon us. Now all the “Jand” and “Yankee” babes are home for the holidays, late night barbeques that kick-off at 10pm are in full swing, and the crowd outside of Sip is larger than the crowd at an NNPC entrance examination centre. Continue reading