Da me again-oooo, my people.Da me Paul. As long as I have this thing called life and good health, I will continue to write. You able it?Glee, glee gba-gba glee.Again, da me say so. You like it, jacko; you na like it, Jack-o’-Lantern.
As I indicated in Part One, I am on a different thing – a different topic. As I also indicated, I witnessed something that has made me write the series of articles I am on. A little boy bought his LD15.00 pepper kala. He brought it and placed it on a table on their piazza. Excited over what he would do to the kala, he left it on the table and entered the kitchen to first get water that he would drink after eating. He was planning to enjoy his pepper kala, and he didn’t want to be disturbed.
He was smiling as he was going for the water. He would have no mercy on the pepper kala. And he was hungry, too. He returned dancing with the cup of water in his hand. Kids are usually interestingly gleeful about food they know they will soon enjoy.
However, when he finally returned, he saw his neighbor’s dog chewing the last pepper kala. He yelled, threw the cup of water at the dog, which was already on its way out of the terrain, and yelled again. The dog must have realized the vengeance the hungry boy would have unleashed on it. Animal have sense, too.
Guess what? The boy started running behind the dog as if it had just killed his parents. I don’t know if he caught it or not, but this is what the boy did. If you were the boy, what would you do?
Now, think about this. You are a man. You are about to get married to your girlfriend who has just come from the States for the marriage. You send for one of your best friends from the United States to be your best man. Because of his busy schedule, he comes a day before the wedding. The same day, from one lecture to another, he takes a photo out of his bag and hands it to you, saying, “That’s a girl I was having a relationship with for about three years. We broke up about a month ago. She still loves me, though.” Anyway, you discover that the girl he’s referring to is the girl you are supposed to marry the next day. What will you do?
Here’s another one. You an elderly man, but you like young girls. Your wife travelled to her children in the States seven years ago. One young girl is stopping with you in the house. In other words, she is your sweet-sixteen. One of your sons who have not seen you for more than four years comes from the States to visit you. You are excited to see him. He is also. You tell your girlfriend to prepare a special traditional dish for him – the one he likes, which is cassava leaves palm butter. While the food is being prepared, you rush on Robertsfield Highway to get some palm wine – your son loves it. Upon your return, you discover that your own son is balanced on your own sweet-sixteen like an angry lizard, giving it to her fifty-fifty. What will you do?
To be continued…
Seriously, my people, aren’t these points to ponder?