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My Wedding Experience (TTRWT) - By Chioma Ukeje






My friend and course mate when I was in school was getting married in Anambra and since I was serving nearby and also coupled with the fact that I loved to travel I decided to attend the wedding. I also had this funny notion that I will meet some better billionaire bachelors there (Since many of them were from there or so I heard) LOL!!! Just Kidding.
Anyway on the day I got to the village I had to visit a bank desperately so I saw a bike man who offered to take me to Nnewi. On getting there I took his number so that he could pick me afterwards and he took mine too. Afterwards I tried calling the bikeman but he was too far away so I decided to take another bike. The following conversation took place:


Me: Am going to Awka Etiti, do you know the place?

Bikeman: Yes

5 minutes later(After asking for my name)

BikemanEhm am not actually a bikeman

Me: Ehen so what were you doing on the bike?

Bikeman: I saw you and liked you so I couldn’t let you go, I don’t know the direction to the place so let’s stop and ask people.

Which kind of problem is this I thought. I was so angry and a journey of 15 minutes took 40 minutes. Finally we arrived and when I brought out money to pay him he said he didn’t want my money. I politely refused and left. (Chai upon all my packaging).
The wedding went well even though I didn’t get to meet any of the billionaire bachelors. On getting to my base the first bikeman called me, the one that I took me to the bank. Did I forget to mention that he looked really old(like 50 ish)

Me: Hello

Bikeman:  Kee ebe ino

Me: Who is this?

Bikeman: Amos from anambra

Me: Huh! What’s up?

Bikeman: Baby Girl I like you and I would like to see you.

Me: Hian

Bikeman: Am serious

Me: Ok if you want to see me send me flight money.

Phone goes dead.
Needless to say that was the last time I heard from him. Igbo guys are really confident o, nawa. When I went to church I rebuked every foul spirit making the bike men to call me.
That was my wedding experience.

LOL!!!



Comments

  1. OMG!!!
    Hahahahaha!
    This really cracked me up :)

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  2. Hahaha...money (or the lack of) makes an anambra igbo man truly confident. Igbo kwenu!!!!!!

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  3. This got me laughing so hard!

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  4. Lmao....kee ebe ino got me rolling...the nerve!!!

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  5. lol hahahahahahaha okay this person really has a sense of humour...nice.

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  6. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha @ foul spirit making bike men to call you. Don't look down on days of little beginning. Your bike man of today could become your billionaire of tomorrow. Igbo guyns are very industrious o. Lol.

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    1. 'don't look down on days of little beginning'...@ 50? Are you for real Steele? You know you get to a point when you should actually wake up and smell the coffee...I don't doubt miracles do happen but abegi, being a bikeman @ 50 doesn't look like 'days of little beginning to me' (more like 'days of little closing')
      -F

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    2. Lol, na when you wake up be your morning o. How old do you think Morgan Freeman was when he go his big break?

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    3. @steele At dat age he shud be married,while am not despising his early beginning he shud get his 'break' with his wife 4rm his youth.lool

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  7. LOL, ROTFL..................that was hilarious. It is quite amazing, how much confidence these bike men can garner up o. Have had such experience myself, rebuke "em spirits well o...........bike man today ko! billionaire tomorrow ni!

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  8. Hahaha . You have a good sense of humour!!

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  9. This is so hilarious! Can't stop laughing.

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  10. Yay!!! I see my post, my 1st attempt, thanks thelma and ur comments are encouraging :D

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  11. oh my God i.cant stop laughing.chommy ur really.funny . its just nerve streching on a stressful day like tds. pls we need more of.dis

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  12. Very funny,once upon a time mine was Abuja cab drivers that won't let me be.from the ones that preach the gospel to those that are looking for wifes.I immediately rebuked that kind of connection jare,cab man will start calling me to kno hw far...after I have paid u your money.nbano

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  13. LOL! Kee ebe ino as the oga sir!
    Very funny story.

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  14. LOOOOL! This is serious, i love the bikemans courage, expecting to hear about the second bikeman......But still wondering why it was only OKADA riders that saw you there out of all the big boys in Anambra state, u really need 2 pray hader.

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  15. @harry if I catch you. Lool

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  16. Lmao...you are favored amongst bike men nw... tomorrow can be a cab guy, at least it's an upgrade.

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  17. Lmao...you are favored amongst bike men nw... tomorrow can be a cab guy, at least it's an upgrade.

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  18. Those bikemen saw potentials in u. Indeed, u are favored amongst bike men.

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  19. What about the other bikeman?.

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  20. Dere is no crime in xpressin ur feelings jawe...leaave d poor guy,he's jess lyked wat he saw

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  21. Cool write up! The writer should be highly recomended.

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  22. There are some people who ask you out and all you could think of is 'I'm finished'!
    -F

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  23. Hi Thelma, good afternoon and nice blog page you've got here. Gone through some of your posts and i would say Great Job Well Done! Keep the balls rolling and this post is soooo hilarious, I got my colleague looking at me like "hey, easy lady, u are in the office abeg"

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  24. Welcome Viva & Welldone Chioma. I missed this post earlier, just saw it.
    Sooo hilarious. It is not ur portion jareeee.
    ROTFLMSAO....

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  25. Lmfao!! You shall meet dat billionaire IJN

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  26. Lolz....wat an experience! Meet me next time for bike ettiquette coaching

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    1. Wich one is bike etiquette again.loool

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  27. Big galz don't bike

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  28. Big galz don't bike

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  29. Wich one is bike etiquette again.loool

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  30. Cld not stop laughing! Biko bike guys are not in ur future love! Mbanu!

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  31. Nice one, it made sense

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  32. Lwkmd........ cool :)

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