Saturday, 25 July 2015

The hilarious flop dance...



I decided last night to make a trip to the east to visit my eldest sister in the eastern part of Nigeria, Enugu state precisely.
DH gave me the go ahead to make the trip today, I called my sister i'll come in today and she was really excited as well as her kids.

A brief introduction about my elder sister; she has been married for about twenty years and is blessed with ‎two teenage girls and a son. She has lived here(Enugu) for about twenty-four years, she actually attended the University here and got married almost immediately.

My nieces and nephew Were so excited to see me but got a bit disappointed as i‎ didn't come along with my kids, I have not had even 5mins rest since I landed in the morning. I have visited Shop rite, Game, PEP store and Max all at old Polo park Enugu, they took me to a Suya spot in town close to city chef and we bought tasty beef and chicken suya(steaks) and I pleaded with them we go home so I can rest a bit promising them the fun continues tomorrow. 

My sister and I have been reminiscing on our childhood days back in our state and I couldn't help but feel so lucky to have had a happy childhood even though we Were not born with a silver spoon. 

I'll share this particular hilarious event that took place when I was about eight  years old‎.  I was that sociable kid who was intelligent and a good dancer, I was known for my unique dancing skills and flexibility all over town and my older siblings Were extremely proud of me. 

No kid's birthday party was complete unless I attended and I was given the stage to dance, few kind persons would give me cash gifts which my older siblings will collect....on this faithful day I was invited to perform at a classmate's birthday party at her residence, in no time the stage was clear and my siblings Were eager to see me display, I still can't figure out what happened to me but I flopped big time....lmao. I went on stage and started giving them sumo wrestling squats just like the image below.









Everyone was beyond disappointed and my siblings still make fun of me with that incident till date...lol. you guys should expect more interesting stories from my childhood days. What is that funny childhood event you can never forget? Share with us in the comment section please. Thanks.‎





16 comments:

  1. Hahahahaha. I used to do this too. I would encourage my good dancer younger sis to dance while i took the gifts. #nostalgia

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  2. LOL.......I was the shy type so I don't even dance at all. My main purpose of going to parties is cos of deir food and a lot of biscuits and chocolates 4 children in which on a normal day, my parents won't allow me to eat.

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    1. Hahahahaha.....my mom did same and my older siblings didnt make it any easier.

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  3. Well, I guess u were trying to break dance like Micheal Jackson

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    1. I wish it looked that way...it was way worse than that...lmao.

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  4. Smiling....If you were to be a footballer, people will say you came out with bag form to field that very day. Or you were unfit. I think you deserved to always be reminded this because of your mistake of claiming championship among others. Now u done fuck up.

    I don't dance, I don't have experience about childhood birthday becos, I actually don't enjoy my childhood like that.

    My Lover`s Trick


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  5. Ha, sounds like good memories, and you must have been such a good dancer. Greetings!

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    1. *dancing* its an honour droping by Blogorati. I had so many good memories I hope to share please keeping checking my blog. Thanks

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  6. hahahhahahahahahahahah..... me????very unsocialble as a kid... na now i even da learn self




    THE PERKS OF BEING SINGLE

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  7. lol! Naija mum the ex-sumo dancer.....

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    1. Hahahhahahahh....calabar gal won't kill me.

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  8. OhmyGod!
    You gave them another version . hehe

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