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|Re: Tradition - A Story by ikombe: 5:43pm On Mar 07, 2017|
Chumzypinky:So wetin do MABEL wan do mummy chumzy
|Re: Tradition - A Story by ikombe: 5:56pm On Mar 07, 2017|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by wizsolzy(m): 6:12pm On Mar 07, 2017|
lol dis ma guy done come again...fada lawd hv Messi. as a mata of fat Nd oil dat place confuse me bro ah no won just talk mk mummy chumzypinky no talk say ah done start again..
Nd Prettyhurts day say dats hw we roll. so u dey support dat tin wen mummy chumzy talk. ayam not surprised doh.. make una dey roll like egg roll
|Re: Tradition - A Story by TheBlessedMAN: 6:20pm On Mar 07, 2017|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by TheBlessedMAN: 6:24pm On Mar 07, 2017|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Nnnena(f): 6:39pm On Mar 07, 2017|
Present ma so captivating ooooo.mummy chumzypinky please give the main characters happy ending I don't want heartbreak ooooo
|Re: Tradition - A Story by ikombe: 6:58pm On Mar 07, 2017|
Bia wizsolzy come make we carry dis mad man comot from here
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Hadampson(m): 7:03pm On Mar 07, 2017|
Njokunonsochukwu:You are welcome
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Nobody: 7:06pm On Mar 07, 2017|
Loving it already.
I wonda wat inspired d names, shivani and choudhary.........they both sound Indian.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Chumzypinky(f): 7:13pm On Mar 07, 2017|
ikombe:bia Ikombe, dont start wit ur humorless pictures dis thread oo...
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Chumzypinky(f): 7:15pm On Mar 07, 2017|
NLchikeeto:really, i dont know what inspired dos names, but yes, they are Indian, how did u know? Too much Indian movies i guess... Lol
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Nobody: 7:26pm On Mar 07, 2017|
Funny thing is am not a fan of Indian movies..........only watched 1 or 2, I just felt d r d people dat will av weird names with weird pronunciations........
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Nobody: 8:04pm On Mar 07, 2017|
Holy ghost!! see tori ooh i yam follws awedy
|Re: Tradition - A Story by wizsolzy(m): 8:17pm On Mar 07, 2017|
ikombe:wait make ah flog am first
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Tgold1(m): 8:20pm On Mar 07, 2017|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Chumzypinky(f): 9:05pm On Mar 07, 2017|
NLchikeeto:lol... Very funny. Tho i especially love Shivani and i'll luv 2 name my child dat, problem is, i dont even know d name...
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|Re: Tradition - A Story by Nobody: 9:52pm On Mar 07, 2017|
U don't know d name yet.........
Lol...............true born naija pikin.....wit an Indian name.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by ElajRita(f): 10:20pm On Mar 07, 2017|
OMG,, mummychumzy has come again, Still I Follow, till the end
|Re: Tradition - A Story by sirblero(m): 11:27pm On Mar 07, 2017|
present my able mummy!!! #thumbs up!...we your fans .gat your back...day and night...24/7!.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by ElajRita(f): 7:12am On Mar 08, 2017|
Chumzypinky:I dey Here
|Re: Tradition - A Story by bimberry1307(f): 8:35am On Mar 08, 2017|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by bimberry1307(f): 8:39am On Mar 08, 2017|
wizsolzy:sorry dear, no vex. take speed carry your chair come sit beside me make we dey follow the tori together.
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Johnsown1(m): 8:52am On Mar 08, 2017|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by talk2saintify(m): 9:10am On Mar 08, 2017|
mehn.... ave so busy this days...
is been long ah enter NL
buh ah dun catch up..and following attentively as usual
|Re: Tradition - A Story by wizsolzy(m): 9:16am On Mar 08, 2017|
bia who sit down near my baby were u commot from my chair
|Re: Tradition - A Story by kajsa08: 10:00am On Mar 08, 2017|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by bimberry1307(f): 11:28am On Mar 08, 2017|
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Johnsown1(m): 12:19pm On Mar 08, 2017|
Nothing, just swallowing spit
|Re: Tradition - A Story by harameede99(f): 1:01pm On Mar 08, 2017|
Hadampson hunnie hope m nt too late?mummy chumzy anytin for d girls?
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Chumzypinky(f): 1:35pm On Mar 08, 2017|
Mia had always known that her mother had always favoured Shivani right from childhood. Shivani was the apple of her mother's eyes, she knew that.
Everything Shivani wanted, she got. Shivani wanted to study abroad and their mother quickly complied. But when it got to her turn, their mother had quickly objected.
Her mother had always known just how much she loved Dike, even though she never mustered courage to let him know. Her mother knew that she would have eagerly jumped at the opportunity of being Dike's wife even after she knew and heard of how badly he treated his wives.
Her mother knew all this but still insisted that Shivani become his wife after the Igwe and Lolo had paid them a visit and requested that one of her daughters got married to Dike.
At first she had been happy thinking her mother would choose her. But when her mother chose Shivani, she had been heartbroken. And not totally surprised.
Getting married to Dike, the most handsome man of Umuzulu was her dream. And she was going to get him no matter what.
'kobo for your thoughts sis' Shivani's voice shook her from her reverie as she fell on the empty space beside her 'what were you thinking?'
'uhm? No...nothing. Just thinking about random things' She lied with a smile.
'random things like?' her sister propped her chin with her left hand 'boy wahala?'
'what are you talking about? Go jhor!' She backed her sister with a playful smile on her face.
'tell me about the guy who's captured my sister's heart, tell me, tell me' her elder sister giggled.
'there's no guy Shivani, stop teasing me'
'you obviously have a boyfriend now right? You're all grown up! See your busts, they are even bigger than mine now' Shivani teased.
Mia's cheeks flushed in embarrassment 'quit now Shivani, please!'
'okay okay' Shivani said raising her hands in mock surrender laughing 'i quit. But that doesnt mean you wont tell me about the guy sooner or later. Meanwhile, i got some stuffs for you. Come on, lets go to my room'
At the thought of that, Mia's face brightened with a smile. Everytime Shivani visited home which was once in a long while, she made sure she got things for her. Shivani was very nice to her, little wonder it was hard hating her despite the fact that she took everything she ever wanted away from her.
'i love this gown!' Mia gasped covering her mouth with her left hand as she beheld the cream-coloured sleeveless knee-length gucci dress. It was wonderful! She had never seen anything as beautiful as it.
'do you like it?'
'like it? Are you bleeping kidding me now Shiv? I practically love this dress! Thanks Shiv' She hugged her elder sister tightly 'i really love it, i swear!'
'and this shoes? I especially got them for you. I dont know if it'd be your size though'
Mia gazed at the gold-coloured shoes. It was beautiful too, Jimmy Choo collection. She slipped her feet into it and it fitted perfectly 'perfect sis!'
Her sister laughed as she brought out three brands of perfumes, wristwatches, jewelries, bags, makeups, lingerie and so many other accessories for her sister. Mia couldnt help but marvel at it all, her sister had excellent choices.
'i think we would have to go on a picnic tomorrow. We would go with Ify and Chichi, i really missed those two' Shivani giggled.
'and i hope you got stuffs for them as well? Because they'll cut off your head if you dont' Mia joked.
'of course i did. I also got stuffs for mother but...she's obviously mad at me. I dont know how i'm going to earn her forgiveness. I really provoked her' Shivani said suddenly feeling remorseful.
Mia fought the urge to scoff and roll her eyes.
Mother's girl, always wanting to be on her goodside. She snorted silently.
But she forced a smile 'you shouldnt worry too much. You know mother's like that. She loves controlling everyone's lives. You shouldnt listen to her. Get married to the man you love, Dike or whatever should go to hell!' She goaded.
'i know, i know mum loves controlling people's live but she's our mum. She wouldnt want me to get married to that man if it wouldnt be for my own good'
Her brows went up immediately 'so what are you trying to say now? What about Choudhary? Are you going to get married to Dike?'
'i didnt exactly say that' Shivani swallowed 'but i just want mum to be happy. She's been through so much for us you know'
'so what are you trying to say in essence? That you're going to throw your fiance away and get married to man who's not going to make you happy? Really Shivani?' She couldnt believe this. Shivani must never get married to Dike. No! Dike was hers, and hers alone.
'dont make it sound that bad' Shivani pouted.
'if thats what you're planning to do, then i'm highly disappointed in you Shiv. I never expected you to stoop so low!' She packed the things her sister got for her and proceeded to leave the room.
'Mia? Mia? Come back please' Her sister called but she ignored her.
She had to do something.
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|Re: Tradition - A Story by wizsolzy(m): 3:21pm On Mar 08, 2017|
Johnsown1,Johnsown1,Johnsown1, WATIN HAPPEN
|Re: Tradition - A Story by Johnsown1(m): 3:25pm On Mar 08, 2017|
I won't say what i saw for now, let the orange ripe well
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