Hi! I can’t be the only 20-something done with this adult life. I always looked forward to being a grownup, especially the part of moving out of my parent’s house and deciding the course my life should take.
I’m admitting it now – I’m tired of adultin’. I don’t want to be an adult anymore, take me back to when my only problem was deciding if I wanted “aunty gimme cake” or skirt and blouse for Christmas. Take me back to the days when missing an episode of seeing Oh Father, Oh Daughter (Suara and Toyin Tomato) made me sad. I want to go back to the times when I stayed up at night thinking of whether to buy sweet or chewing gum with my lunch money. Now I stay up at night thinking of my future and putting plans in place. I love planning and I absolutely love the independence that comes with being an adult, but at the same time, I miss having people to blame for any wrong move I make. As an adult, I have to make decisions myself and if anything fails, I have to take responsibility for it. See why adultin’ isn’t the best thing after hot puff-puff?
Yesterday I went to see Isoken with a friend after work and it was worth the time and stress (which I experienced trying to get an Uber). Isoken’s storyline is one we are quite familiar with. Tbh, it is an overflogged topic. In spite of that, it stood out. I loved the love triangle, the clothes, the video quality and the characters. Tina Mba’s delivery was dope, typical Edo mother (I should know – I have one). Idc about the movie, what I like most is the choice of songs. When you put Falana, Odunsi, Beymoda, Simi, Temi dollface together, what would you get? Rich soulful African vibes.
I watched Olajumoke’s vlog this morning and I totally loved that it was in Yoruba language.