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Stained Kaftans at Amala Place| A Bukka Experience

That awkward moment when you go to a mama putt, stand in line, collect your food and then spill your soup on the gentleman standing next to you wearing white a kaftan. 376 more words

Nigeria

Chapter Five, Pt. 2: The Fall - Quotes only

Same argument as last post, cont.. Quotes for this part will do a lot of the talking for me. Race, immigration, intertext, and horrors of the regime. 991 more words

Every Day

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you don’t believe in fukú but fukú believes in you

Hello there, I’m back, not that it’s big news, important news, but I wanted to say hello.

I’ve recently added another group blog to my glowing list of underachievements. 167 more words

Writing

you don't believe in fukú but fukú believes in you,

that’s what she said, as her fingers smoothed out the wrinkled edges of a paper coaster, damp from spilt beer.

It was quarter to six on a Tuesday, when the pub was usually empty, and Max, the bartender, and I indulged in monosyllabic conversations, which I found soothing for their brevity and clarity. 452 more words

Writing

Top 10 Dishes of 2015

Did you think I had forgotten about this?  You were right, I did.  But then I remembered!  Then forgot again… remembered… but then decided not to bother.   630 more words

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