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My Final Year Love (MFYL) - First Season Of Perfect Rejection by Babsopey / I'm In My Final Years In "The Eternal School For Young Gods" / The President's Daughter And I (season 2) By Victvames (2) (3) (4)
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Babsopey(m): 10:59pm On Oct 12, 2016|
Eazie351 Shabib Perfectionist11 yorhmienerd KomonSense Dannyfaraday Daniluv2k4 Temtopy
You guys are invited. Sorry for the late invite
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by yorhmienerd(m): 8:42am On Oct 13, 2016|
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by jidxin(m): 10:49am On Oct 13, 2016|
finally food don done oya evryborry coman eat ooo
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by jidxin(m): 10:58am On Oct 13, 2016|
but I cant rembr d story again oooooo chai as e no dey hot again
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by KomonSense: 1:41pm On Oct 13, 2016|
So you didn't ask of me ur love again abi?
Diaris God oooo ...
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by ROYH(m): 9:38pm On Oct 13, 2016|
Babsopey:thanks,NOW lemme Call On My Team Hero Mates
TheblessedMAn, Mrlemuel, Tgold1, SmartestpopQueen+Fiyah, PamelB, AOB1, opeoluwa99, Countrygirl, beenuel, Laikas, Yormienerd...
DIX tori Sweet O, E Get Short Completed Season 1
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Perfectionist11(m): 9:42pm On Oct 13, 2016|
I don land...oya continue.
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Dannyfaraday(m): 9:44pm On Oct 13, 2016|
Keep it coming bro.
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by ChemicalReaction(f): 9:46pm On Oct 13, 2016|
KomonSense:Sweetym ooh.. My lovey_doveyy.. I'm sorry. Bt U actually d one dah abandoned me oo.. BTW, How've you been darl?
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by ChemicalReaction(f): 9:53pm On Oct 13, 2016|
Akinsolacupid:Lets see how it goes then.
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Tgold1(m): 11:27pm On Oct 13, 2016|
On thE way........ Make I dress finiSh
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by bless2tom(m): 11:49pm On Oct 13, 2016|
I'm here finally.... season 2 go dey interesting pass sea 1.........lemme quickly go tru d episodes.. coming back 2 comment..... Babsopey nice work dude,,,Whitlow no go find space 4 ur hand oooooo
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by bless2tom(m): 12:31am On Oct 14, 2016|
Babsopey:yea....I don show....nice episodes.... I'm hungry 4 more
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Daniluv2k4(m): 1:03am On Oct 14, 2016|
here comes uche again ooo
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Babsopey(m): 1:24pm On Oct 14, 2016|
[b] EPISODE FIVE MFYL PR2
We entered the camp late in the evening as we were conveyed down by manager himself. He called and spoke with one solder which looks like a high rank officer on the camp judging by the respect he commands from other soldiers. I later discovered he’s the RSM (Regiment Sergeant Major). This clearly shows this manager is highly influential to have that kind of contact in the army. This ultimately made our first registration easier as we were not subjected to carrying of our bags on the head like they did to others. There was a lady who smartly joined herself with us claiming we came together. She’s light complexion, tall and beautiful like my Funmi, but not more than Funmi. She introduced herself to me while we were heading to our respective hostels.
Lady: I’m Ifunaya
Me: I’m hearing that for the first time. I thought its mere slang in music
Ifunaya: Really? Where are you from, Lagos?
Me: (Smiles) Not all south-westerners are from Lagos. I’m William, you can call me Will.
Ifunaya: Will, that’s a nice name and you? (Asking Temmy who was helping her to carry one of her stuffs)
Temmy: Just call me Temmy
Ifunaya: Nice! You guys seem to be influential here
Me: Maybe. Guess we’ll see you later.
Ifunnaya: Definitely! I don’t think this place is that big.
We parted ways as she went to the female hostel. We were lucky to be pitched at the same hostel, maybe it’s because we registered at the same time because twenty or so people that registered before and after us were pitched in the same hostel with us.
Very early the following morning, we were woken up by angrily blown whistle and funny chants from officers we thought were solders only to discover later they are men of the Man-O-War cadre. I was surprised some people already had their bath while we were still sleeping, thinking they’ll excuse us because we’ve not done proper registration and therefore do not have necessary kits for training and parade. The officers, running around as if they have beef with us, burst into our dormitory shouting “If I meet you there, you don buy job be dat”. One of them even carried a bucket of water, spraying everybody. I was able to lock my bag before I took to my heels wearing one pair of shoe while holding the other one as I joined others in the rat race to the parade ground.
I thought I was the only one in the funny dress up until I got to the parade ground and found a guy with soap foams on his head. I guess the guy was in the bathroom when the agents of bully came into the dormitory. I couldn’t locate anybody I knew on the ground as Temmy and Mark were nowhere to be found. We were led to sing praises (Devotion) and then proceed to sing or should I say chant the national anthem while somebody taught us the funny self implicated NYSC anthem. The part I hated the most was “under the sun and in the rain”. If you serve in Rivers State or any of the southern Nigeria states especially Batch B (Usually June or July then), you’ll understand the implication of that allegiance declaration.
After the devotion and few announcements, I saw the solder the manager was talking to the night we came. He was addressed by one of the solder as “RSM Sir!” He neglected the microphone and started dishing us abuses with his voice that put the PA system to shame. He was bold and highly audible while the whole ground was in total silence as he continues to threatening us, even with death. “You have signed your death warrant by coming here, no be me go call you o, na you by yourself enter my camp, you don die! I’ll make sure I kill all of you maggots here” he said. After the general dishing, he faced those of us who were not in the “white fowl” dress (White top and shorts on white canvas) to endow us with special abuse delicacies like calling us “otondo”, “baboon”, “maggots”, “monkey” and other stuffs to which we must respond yes sir, before he finally ordered us to go for our registration. One funny rule I can’t forget easily was the “Yes Sir, Morning Sir” rule. Whatever they call us, or ask us, even if the answer is a capital “NO” we must always answer “Yes sir”. And whether you meet them in a scotching afternoon sun, you must always say “Morning sir” with salute.
I don’t understand why graduates must be treated in such manners just to serve our father land when we are not in Egypt or Israel where joining the military for three years or so after school is a compulsory feat. At least in those countries, especially Israel, you can decide to continue as a military man after the three years. Anyway, some of our supposed learned lecturers did worse to us, psychologically though.
Entering the registration hall, I still could not locate Temmy and Mark. I sat down on one of the plastic chairs, waiting for the time they’ll allow us to go back to the hostel to pick the necessary documents required for the registration while I surf the net on my phone which was almost dead by then. Temmy’s call did enter and I wondered why it never occurred to me to have called him earlier.
Temmy: Bro where are you?
Me: I’m inside the hall, what about you?
Temmy: I’m in the hall too, which area are you?
Me: I’m at the back side, towards the main exit.
Temmy: I’m in the front and I’ve kept a space for you here.
Me: Really, maybe you should stand and wave so I can locate you
Temmy: I’ve already seen you, look straight to your front, I’m waiving.
Me: Alright, I can see you now, should I drop the chair I’m sitting on?
Temmy: Bring it along; we might have somebody to give it to
As I was about to carry the chair, someone tapped me from the back. I never knew majority of her beauty was hidden in the dark when I saw her the day before. She’s more light skinned than I thought, having her natural hair rolling down to her shoulders as she greeted me with a contagious smile. One thing though, my Funmi is still more beautiful, at least I need to stuck that into my head to avoid getting distracted.
Me: Hey you!
Lady: Hey you too, how was your night?
Me: It wasn’t too good with those agents of bully waking me when I was having the sweetest part of the dream. What about yours?
Lady: (Laughs) I had a fair night
Me: I think it was great because you are looking so beautiful this morning (I’ve started creating trouble by myself. Who send me the compliments biko!)
Me: (Oh Lord she’s blushing and wants to hear more. Damn!) No flattering, I bow for your royal beauty. (Somebody please talk sense into my head)
Lady: Thanks, really thanks. I’ve actually forgotten your name.
I’m happy she has forgotten my name because I’ve forgotten hers too; I’m only using those compliments as cover up.
Me: That makes two of us (that’s a gross mistake). My name is William but you can call me Will. Like when there is Will, there is a way.
Lady: Hmm, I remember now, but how could you forget my name?
Me: (Egbami o, I just told her mine o) The name is somehow long and not English like mine.
Lady: Really? Then I won’t tell you again. Find out by yourself.
Me: That’s cheating because I just told you mine.
Lady: I’m not telling you still
Her school I.D card she was carrying did betrayed her though, as I use style to quickly eye snap the name but pretends as if I still can’t remember.
Me: I think it starts with I or F like em em em. . . I can’t remember.
Lady: No problem, till you remember.
Me: Alright now. So Ifunaya where are you sitting?
Ifunaya: (She laughs) How did you suddenly remember?
Me: It’s coded (I wink)
Ifunaya: Hmm, okay now. I don’t have a sit yet.
Me: Let’s go to the front, my guy is keeping a sit for me there.
Ifunaya: Indeed, where there is a Will, there is a way
We both laughed as she followed me down to the front sits where Temmy was sitting. Throughout the registration process, up until we were given our kits, we still could not locate Mark. He later told us he went to “mami” market to charge his phone but located a play station center instead and has been playing since that time to the extent he missed the lunch.
Temmy and I were in different platoons. He was in Platoon 3; I was in 4 while Ifunaya was in Platoon five according to our state codes. Uche eventually entered the camp on Thursday and was registered to the same platoon as I (Platoon 4). This made us see each other almost every time and as a result we became closer than we were before camp. Uche was however not what was giving me concern but my unethical closeness with Ifunaya.
Ifunaya and I have become so close in just one and half week of stay on camp to the extent I long to see her every day. This was almost drifting my heart away from reality until Funmi’s message brought me back from the horrible infatuation. Her message reads “Hello my crown. How are you today? Hope you’ve got used to the drillings over there and hope you are not being carried away by the hot chicks around you. I discovered you don’t call and chat with me as we used to do before and it’s not making me happy. Always remember the pot of my heart is entirely in your hand. Please don’t break it baby. I love you so much Will”.
This message sent emotion filled with guilt and regret over my body. I did miss her and it was as if she saw what was going on where I am. I hope I’m not giving Ifunaya unnecessary attention or wrong signals, because her actions towards me seem to be a response to my gesture towards her. Yes she’s beautiful and cool, fitting the position of a proper girlfriend but my heart belongs to Funmi.
I narrated my ordeal to Temmy who was also battling his own, having got too close to a lady in her platoon
Me: Temmy are we serious at all?
Temmy: Oh boy, I think we are crazy (We both laughed)
Me: On a serious note, what we are doing is wrong
Temmy: Not what we are doing but what we are edging closer to do.
Me: What you won’t eat, why smell it? It’s wrong.
Temmy: We are not dating them now, so we are not cheating.
Me: When last have you spoken to Rachael? I mean meaningful conversation.
Temmy: We still spoke yesterday, but I must admit not as often as we used to do. But it’s because of the camp activities. You know most times we are not allowed to use phone and when we are free, it’s either we are doing something else and forget to call.
Me: Funmi sent me a text message complaining I’ve withdrawn from calling and chatting with her. I think we need to stop.
Temmy: Yeah, but it’s not that easy, these babes won’t just let go like that. By the way, I don’t think Fola is thinking of dating me, just friends. Why will just three weeks destroy a lifetime relationship?
Me: Save that talk bro, ladies don’t think the way we think. Besides how many ladies just get close to a guy just for friendship. She’s not collecting money from you; she even spends more than you. If she doesn’t have the feeling already, it will develop with time, which is why the earlier we stop the better. We can’t be getting close to ladies that much again.
Temmy: Maybe I don’t read it that way.
Me: I think we are sending wrong signals to these babes. We better stop before one of us is planked (We both laugh)
Temmy: That will be you
Me: I’ve being planked once, I’m not sure I can take it again.
Temmy: Ifunaya is really into you. At least Fola is in my platoon but she’s not in your platoon. Don’t you see how jealous she is whenever you playing with Uche.
Me: Really I’m not far from being planked (We laugh). I know she’s not fond of Uche but I don’t think it’s a case of jealousy.
Temmy: Then what case is it?
Me: Maybe they don’t just get along
Temmy: Sit down there. She’s thinking you have interest in Uche.
Me: I think I’ll be avoiding both of them now.
Temmy: The only good news there is you are likely not going to be posted to the same PPA (Place of Primary Assignment) which will end most camp affections. But don’t ever think you can just avoid them. The camp is small, if you avoid them, they’ll look for you.
Me: Well, the camp will end soon, countdown has started already. It’s Ifunaya that might cause problem because I won’t lie; I like her to some extent, maybe because she has a great similarity to Funmi.
Temmy: Yeah, she’s got Funmi’s shape and appearance, and behavior sometimes, but Uche still like you; don’t fall for her change in attitude.
Me: She has indeed change but I’ve got no iota of feeling for her. I’m her friend because she has change.
Temmy: I hear you. If you don’t have feelings for her, does that stop her from having feelings for you? By the way your love is here.
Me: Who is your love again?
Temmy: Look behind you
Before I could look back, she has already blocked my eye from the back with her hand while she gave me an unexpected peck on the neck.[/b]
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by heskeyw(m): 2:46pm On Oct 14, 2016|
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by jidxin(m): 7:40pm On Oct 14, 2016|
now this is dangerous
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by BlizzydoDo(f): 8:16pm On Oct 14, 2016|
Interesting update.....thought I was d only 1 dat hate d "under d sun & in d rain part" annoying anthem
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Topscoque(f): 8:35pm On Oct 14, 2016|
Nyc update..... I dont ff dem to sing it lyk dt o. 'I always sing under d sun nor in d rain'. Rememberd we were matching 1day and it started rainin , we strtd running 4 shelter bt we were immediately sent back to continue........ #whitecockcroaches#
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by amijid2012(m): 8:53pm On Oct 14, 2016|
I don show
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Babsopey(m): 8:55pm On Oct 14, 2016|
Lols, while I was serving, we were asked to sit down in the mud while rain was falling. So barbaric. But the joy there was, both the cocoa and the cocoa owner will get dry together (Yoruba proverbs). Lols. BTW camp was fun, I indeed had a similar experience to what is in the story, lol
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Babsopey(m): 8:58pm On Oct 14, 2016|
[b] EPISODE SIX MFYL PR2
That semi-kiss probably sums up everything. I blamed myself for leading her on when I know it won’t lead anywhere meaningful. Even if we’ll part after camp, I still felt it’s very wrong. Ladies heart is not like that of guys, I think it’s more delicate. Not something to be toying or playing with.
Ifunaya: Otondo, you weren’t picking my calls
Me: I did not even know it rang; it has been on silence since the time for morning parade.
Ifunaya: I thought you are with your girlfriend
Me: Which girlfriend?
Ifunaya: That hot babe now
Me: (Laughing) Hot babe? You mean Uche right?
Ifunaya: She’s Igbo? I’ve never heard her speak it before.
Me: You are not her friend now, besides everybody speaks English here.
Ifunaya: Not you and Temmy. You guys speak Yoruba like your life depends on it. Sometimes, it makes me feel somehow.
Me: Oh oh, we can’t be speaking it when you are around now.
Temmy: Ifunayamo! Don’t feel somehow ee, we can’t sell you en. How are you doing?
Ifunaya: Sorry Temmy, my mind way actually greeting you
Temmy: And my mind was answering too (We all laughed). Don’t worry you are not for sell
Ifunaya: For where, sell me kwa, you can’t! I’m too sharp than that. Just don’t speak it again.
Temmy: Of course when you are around we won’t.
Ifunaya: Better, because if you do I’ll break your head (she playfully tilts my head). By the way I want to learn the language.
Me: Really? But you’ve been to Lagos several times now
Ifunaya: Yes but my uncles’ compound is mainly Igbo speaking. Even the three Yoruba families there speak Igbo fluently.
Me: That’s cool; I’ll love to learn Igbo too. I’m tired of saying just “biko” and “oginin” every time.
Ifunaya: Go and read that manual they gave you
Temmy: Why didn’t you use the manual to learn Yoruba? That manual is the best language learning tool you can have; only it will confuse you rather than teach you.
Ifunaya: (laughs) Will you guys come to the social night this evening?
Me: What’s happening there?
Ifunaya: Dancing competition between platoons. I’ll be dancing for my platoon.
Temmy; Really, I’ll love to see you dance.
Ifunaya: You think I can’t dance (She started showing us different skills and moves while she sings and drum with her hand)
Temmy: (clapping) Well done! Will, let’s go there tonight.
Me: What about the NCCF programme?
Temmy: Oh, that’s true
Ifunaya: You want to join executives?
Temmy: Executives of what?
Ifunaya: NCCF now, if you go there too often, they’ll make you executive.
Temmy: (Temmy and I look at each other) But they can’t force me if I don’t want to
Ifunaya: Of course they can’t force you, but you won’t be able to reject it.
Me: I’ll reject it if called. I’ve not led myself properly as a Christian, now you are saying I should be leading people? I’ll pass. I don’t think the programmes will disturb each other anyway. NCCF is 6:30 while social night is 8pm.
Ifunaya: Meaning you are coming?
Me: Yeah, but after we are done at NCCF
Temmy: Why don’t you want to become exco self
Me: Same reason you don’t want to. Bro, I’ll pass.
Ifunaya: Will, I want to get something in mami
Me: What’s that?
Ifunaya: When we get there, you’ll know.
Ifunaya: Yes now, aren’t you following me?
Me: I’ll prefer to stay on the field here; I’m enjoying the breeze and the view.
Ifunaya: Which breeze? Common let’s go
Me: I’m trying to avoid mami, that place has been eating my money hard.
Ifunaya: You won’t buy anything, except are you waiting for Uche here?
Before I could defend myself, the rain started pouring without notice and in few minutes it became so heavy we had to take cover inside the registration hall and that automatically cancel her proposed tour of mami market as nobody loves to go inside mami immediately after a rainfall.
We did go to the social night after the NCCF programme and no, we were not asked to become executives. It was a great time in the presence of God, life imparting to which I’m not planning to miss any till the camp close. Am I becoming religious? Far from it, but one need the spiritual food so our spiritual person don’t get lean while we store fat in the mortal body.
It was our first time in the said social night and I was patiently waiting for Ifunaya’s platoon to perform because that was the reason I was there. Her platoon did perform and I must confess, she’s a great dancer and I almost got carried away by her dancing prowess if not for Uche that tapped me.
Uche: I don’t know you do come here, and you are so engrossed.
Me: (Smile) This is my first time here. How are you?
Uche: I’m fine. I asked you to wait for me the other time but you left
Me: I thought you said we’ll see later.
Uche: No, I was registering for platoon’s volley ball team
Me: Oh, you can play?
Uche: I played it in secondary school.
Me: Cool, I’ll love to see you play
Uche: We have practice tomorrow; you can come to watch us
Me: I hope it’ll be fun
Uche: It will. Are you not going to play football for our platoon?
Me: Those guys are organized and I’m not with my soccer booth
Uche: Lazy boy (She pinches me by the side)
Me: Uche, soldiers are here o, I don’t want to do frog jump I beg.
Uche: Temmy how now?
Temmy: I’m fine Uche, how are you?
Uche: I’m okay; you are not playing football too?
Temmy: I’m not interested jor
Uche: How are you guys even enjoying the camp? You don’t do anything.
Temmy: You people doing something will be employed I guess
Uche: Funny, without these activities, the camp will be too dull.
Temmy received a call and excused himself out of the hall.
Uche: So why are you here?
Me: You are the one that said I don’t do anything; therefore I’m here to do something.
Uche: Hmm, you think I don’t know you are here to watch your crush?
Me: Which crush did you give me?
She pointed to Ifunaya on the stage that was now having a solo performance after her fellow dancer had left the stage. She displayed some of the dance steps she showed us earlier as both Uche and I watch in awe.
Uche; She’s actually good.
Me: You notice it too? I’m surprise she can dance this much
Uche: I wish I’m the one you are engrossed watching like this
Uche: Is it wrong to watch me?
Me: I’ll be watching you tomorrow
Uche: That’s a mere practice Will, not performance and I’m sure you won’t be focus like this
Me: You are sounding jealous
Uche: Why won’t I be? We were always together but you never even gave me a chance. You always see me as a bad girl and I don’t blame you.
Uche: You know what, don’t bother. I’m leaving; your girlfriend is looking for you.
Me: Common Uche!
She left in an angry manner while Ifunaya did come to sit by my side. “How do I explain what just happen? Has Uche developed something real for me? I always see her as the playful and disturbing type but I’ve never seen her emotional before. And why am I suddenly concerned about Uche’s feeling? I think I’m losing my mind. What the damn is wrong with me?”
Ifunaya: What? (I did speak out without knowing)
Ifunaya: You are asking what is wrong with you
Me: I did? I must have thought out
Ifunaya: What’s on your mind?
Me: Many things, but I’m okay. Nice performance you had out there.
Ifunaya: Thanks, but I did not see you clap
Me: I did clap
Ifunaya: No you did not; you were talking with that girl
Me: Maybe you did not see me when I clapped
Ifunaya: I think we need to talk, let’s go outside.
Me: Yeah, we should talk, but not tonight. I’ll love to go and sleep now.
Ifunaya: Something is wrong but you aren’t sharing it. No problem, we’ll talk tomorrow, but at least see me off to my hostel before going to sleep.
Me: Alright, let me call Temmy.
Ifunaya: He’s outside with a lady
Me: Okay let’s go then.
We left the hall while I signal to Temmy who was busy chatting with Fola. I saw Ifunaya off to her hostel while I headed to my hostel to meet a rather empty and quiet dormitory. I went to the bathroom, took a shower and laid myself down on the mattress being elevated by the old style designed iron bed. I lay there looking up with the mattress covered with mosquito net as I got lost in thought. Funmi’s call came through into my phone and I was more than happy to receive it because I’m sure hearing from her will change my mood to a better one.
Me: Hello dear, I’m happy to hear your voice
Funmi: What’s the problem? Where are you?
Me: I’m on my bed
Funmi: At this time? If you are happy to hear my voice, why didn’t you call me?
Me: I was going to call you but. . .
Funmi: But you did not! You know what Will; I think we need to talk for real. I’m not feeling this anymore
Me: Common Funmi, what are you talking about?
Funmi: Before the camp, you call me like five times in a day, you send lovely and assuring messages. You are always missing me and wishing to be with me, but since the last two weeks, you don’t even chat as often again.
Me: Dear, I’m sure you’ll understand we don’t have most time to ourselves on camp and can’t be operating phone during training except I want to be in trouble.
Funmi: Am I not on camp here too? Yet I still call you
Me: Baby your call is not as before too, and I guess its same reason. I do call you Funmi, just not as before. Everything will change once we are out of the camp, just one more week.
Funmi: Really? Change to good or worse?
Me: Common baby, you know I’m missing you, I just don’t have options.
Funmi: You have options Will. You chose that state just to avoid me.
Me: Common, don’t say that.
Funmi: You know what? I think I need a break
Me: A break from what?
Funmi: A break from us, until you are ready.
Me: Common how can you say that. You don’t cut the head off to cure headache now. We can only resolve issues when we stay together, not when we are apart.
Funmi: I’m the only one trying here, you don’t even feel it. Let’s just have a break till maybe later.
Me: Just like that? You are breaking up with me on phone barely after two weeks we last saw each other, even while we were not fighting? Okay I don’t want a break and I’m not permitting it. We’ll stick together and solve every issue we have.
Funmi: I’m not asking for your permission Will. Good night and don’t bother to call me.
Me: Come on Funmi! (She cut the phone)
I dialed her number immediately but she ignored it showing “user busy”. I tried again but this time it was switched off. My night just got from bad to worse.[/b]
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by olatex25(m): 10:07pm On Oct 14, 2016|
Weldone bro.. U are doing a gr8 job here, more grace 2 u..
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by olanshile2016(m): 10:10pm On Oct 14, 2016|
as far am concern, funmi is already a closed chapter
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by laikas: 10:23pm On Oct 14, 2016|
ROYH:present o, ayaff landed.
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Daniluv2k4(m): 10:48pm On Oct 14, 2016|
wetin De do Funmi self.. guy Abeg tomorrow morning
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by toboski1(m): 11:52pm On Oct 14, 2016|
loving this gìdì gàn nì ooo, it makes me remember my own nysc palava back then in Nasarawa
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Nobody: 2:33am On Oct 15, 2016|
Will is at fault here. Entangling himself with different chicks. Especially that uche, didn't he learn his lesson from the past.
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by Olabantu(m): 5:41am On Oct 15, 2016|
Well if your night has gone from bad to worse, baba, it time to think...do you want to be with, Uche, Ifunaya or Funmi....the ball is in your court
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by ROYH(m): 11:20am On Oct 15, 2016|
You're Doing A Great Work Here Babsopey, I Swear, Its Like You Read Me As WILL Character, Well, Am Planing Of Making Use Of Some Strategies Of Your Post Here A BREAK..
As For Will, Leeme Just Reserve My Comment Now...
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by KomonSense: 1:30pm On Oct 15, 2016|
The perfect rejection is here ... Will in trouble
|Re: My Final Year Love: Perfect Rejection Season 2 (MFYL PR2) by zesh(m): 1:56pm On Oct 15, 2016|
why do i feel like you are hiding something. maybe you are trying to paint will as the bad guy but i think funmi is also up to something. you've only be writing about will's camp what of funmi, she's also a beautiful girl you know
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