MONDAY CHIT-CHAT: LAZY BLOGGER

Forgive me…I have been very lazy lately. Do you have one of those days when you don’t want to do anything? You stay in bed till hunger waya you. You refuse to take your bath all day (stinky lady) and then you just walk around your house looking for nothing in particular…. You turn on the TV and everything seems boring… what do you do to make yourself feel better on days like that? 


I have an idea- you try to be the first to leave a comment plus email address on this post and win free airtime!If you're feeling the way i'm feeling, osho free things can make me feel better. 

On a lighter note- election don over abi? Now we can hear word, business can commence. Do you know how many people market nor sell because of these elections? A lot of businesses kept waiting till “after election”…finally here we are.  Are you excited about the results? I’m happy Ambode won for Lagos. because:

  • His campaign song was very catchy-I need it as my ring tone
  • He’s such a poser-even in my dreams I see his pictures. I wonder how many photos he took for this campaign
  • Seriously, Lagos needs continuity not change which is what his campaign was about.
  • Daaaazaaaal!!!

Last week I tweeted about my love for boiled yam, palm oil and salt and then some people said they have not heard of that combination at all. Seriously? I was shocked! All these aje butter children… If you are reading my blog and you have not tried it, quickly go and find yam (the strong white type), pour palm oil and add salt…bliss!

Speaking of food…yesterday my darling Simi came over to mine with a picnic basket of Rice,  stew, turkey,  moin-moin inside leaf, wine, and COLDSTONE ICECREAM. If I loved her 100% before, I love her 150% now. Those are the kind of friends we need in our lives-friends that cook for us and buy us ice cream. I was too hungry to be taking any picture before eating oh jare. Thank you Simbabe 

Few changes coming to my blog soon- I can’t wait to share them with you but for now just manage. Did you see the giveaway on my blog last week? It will end this Friday so make sure you check it out. There’s no too much senrenren to win, just a simple question. Ok?

Look out for this weeks posts! Mwaaaaah! 
  
           

34 comments

  1. oeferebo@yahoo.com i am happy the elections are finally over abeg... cant wait for the new updates on your blog

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  2. Haba Sisi,wetin dey happen na?shadeshako@yahoo.ca

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  3. Seriously? Someone has never heard of boiled yam, palm oil and salt? I don't believe it. Till tomorrow, there are days when that is all I want to eat (salivating just thinking about it)\

    www.barbara1923.com

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  4. i love osho free...lol titi2rule@yahoo.com

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  5. Happy New Week Sisie !
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  6. I have been refreshing this page 4eva. Finally! Lindayerumo@yahoo.com

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  7. Sisi, aje butter everywhere. I was busy monitoring elections. My body feels like wood at the moment.

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  8. I decided to comment today after silently visiting your blog for over 2 months now. Love your sense of humor. Keep doing what you do and God bless your hustle.

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  9. I'm glad Ambode won too. About the yam and palm oil with salt. I love it. Sometimes I make the palm oil hot for more taste. But it's been a while.
    leeznijis.blogspot.com

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  10. i wonder how someone wont have tried yam, oil and salt with onions self. That was my best food growing up

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  11. Linanuelagbai@gmail.com...

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  12. Same oo been sleepwalking at work.. can u imagine!!!

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  13. I also love boiled yam, palm oil and salt plus pepper.

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  14. Lol, trust me it happens all the time. I just declare that day 'personal sabbath'.
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    Visit being Zino blogspot.com

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  15. Hmmmm, at a point I started asking myself if today nor be Monday oo

    Please click on my name for Fashion/Fitness/Beauty tips

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  16. Election day, I was just lethargic like that jare. Didn't bath until night! We pray that Ambode brings better things to Lagos.
    Please introduce me to your Simi friend oh. I need that menu in my life right now.

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  17. Ure not lazy, dear.. Onyinyejoe@gmail.com

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  18. I just love the way you blog. Muah...so much fun..

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  19. Yam and palmoil with salt is bliss.to make it "blisser" i chop onions into the oil and let it heat up just a teeny bit,that onion flavour makes it so yummilicious.
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  20. Ambooo ambo. I keep singing it and I'm not even from lagos! That campaign song rubbed off on us in Abuja.

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  21. dellynike38@gmail.comApril 13, 2015 at 7:38 PM

    Days like this can equally drag no be small!!! An interesting movie sometimes helps.

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  22. What? Someone on this planet has never heard of boiled yam salt and red oil? Are you gaming me? You sef miss one solid mix..... Blended pepper. Mix what you can handle with salt in the oil and you are cycling mid air like those kids in ET

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  23. So who is forming they haven't had yam n palmoil. I spice the palmoil with onions in a ring form, pepper n salt then the white yam, this combination can go down well with palmwine. My grand mother when she still had her sight use to make this for me whenever I visit her back in my home town *God bless her much
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  24. For the yam and palm oil recioe:to spice things up add dry pepper to it, if you like fresh chopped onions will also make it more delicious.......♡♡♡
    www.beautiful-eagle.blogspot.com

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    1. Azin!!!!!!!! You know what's up!!!
      Yummy!

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  25. I have been expecting the changes. guess is what I'm thinking! Nice week ahead.

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  26. Exactly what my hubby ate on Sunday. Yam and palm oil.

    Bolateethole.blogspot.com

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  27. On those days...I just sleep some more until I'm chased out of my own dream.

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  28. I must try this yam, palm oil and salt business, never heard of it before. I can't wait to hear about these upcoming changes :-)

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  29. Love you girl.. Was awesome seeing you

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  30. Eh Sisi, as per dat boiled yam, try it with grounded fresh pepper, onions and utazi. Now that's bliss. It's the shortcut to my heart.

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  31. This is shocking news. How can someone living in Nigeria not know of that wonderful tantalizing recipe?
    I fry onion in my oil and add crayfish to make it look more Yummy

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