WHAT IS YOUR LAGOS STORY? (HEYS DON’T TOUCH ME!!!)
In all the episodes of my Lagos Stories preceding this POST, I have told you about my sleep pattern, my obsession for my neatly laid bed, my ordeal of returning home from work, my morning routines and many more.
In this post, every lady who moves around in Lagos through public transport can purely relate. Don’t start laughing yet.
Once again, I’m going to take you through my morning routines to see why I came by this post.
I wake up around 6 a.m to observe my solat (prayers), put my shoes on to go for my morning run, I return back in all sweaty to get my abs and glutes routines done. (This include some crunches and squatting) Next up, I take a refreshing bath.
A simple dresser like me barely has problems choosing what to wear, what I know I over do is the lavish rain of different body fragrance splashes and there’s a reason for it. You are close to finding out.
Hey I hope I am not sounding too serious??? I believe this POST can be best conveyed when I am telling you in person.
So in conclusion what I am trying to let you know is that; “after all my meticulous morning routines to set myself in the best sleek, fresh and fly mode for the day hen, one conductor that cannot just use his mouth alone to call Chiso, Ikate Lekki!!! will now use his dirty hands to pull me inside the bus.”😂😂😂
Is that even fair???
Your woman crush almost lost in on one of those Ajah conductors today😂. DON'T F**CKIN TOUCH ME!!! I CAN HEAR YOU WITH MY EARS!!! ARE YOU MAD😡😠
— Sa'eedah Imam (@saeedah30th) April 26, 2019
You need to see how I frown my face to the tightest squeeze to yell back, “HEYS DON’T TOUCH ME!!!” Lmao We are all mad in this Lagos!!!
Still on this Lagos Story Series, I will tell you why I choke myself with different body sprays before leaving the house . . .I hope you have been enjoying my stories?