Wednesday, 17 September 2014

Introducing CockLocks For Men

This is so so funny that i could not help but share. This is for doubting women who feel their men are unfaithful. It is on for sale now at the rate of $69 which in Nigerian currency is about N11,000 or thereabout so if you feel this can help your man be faithful, grab your copy now!

Tuesday, 16 September 2014

Busted: Embarrassing Moment Of A Head Teacher Who Can Not Read

A graduate head teacher; Mrs. Augusta Odemwinge of 20 years in profession as a teacher was exposed when Governor Adams Oshiomhole paid a surprise visit to the State Staff Training Centre at Asologun Primary School, Ikpoba Okha Local Government Area, Benin City. She could not even read a sworn affidavit she tendered as part of her credentials.

What is happening to the education sector in Nigeria. Laugh and laugh and laugh. God help Nigeria!

Gay Alert: Beach With My Boo

These guys are deeply in love and the atmosphere is a friendly and lovely one... What more can i say?

See more loved up pix after the cut...

Monday, 15 September 2014

Cuisine: Authentic Cameroonian Ndole

This is an authentic Cameroonian dish called Ndole which can also be known as Bitter-leaf casserole. It looks delicious so you can try it out.

Recipe (Bitter-leaf casserole)

Recipe Description:

6 Steps to complete

1. In a deep pot at medium fire, bring your meat to Boil
2. In a blender, blend to a paste peanuts previously boiled with ginger
3. In a new pot over medium fire, add the peanut oil
4. Taste the salt and season as needed with Maggi Bouillon
5. Add the crayfish (crushed dried shrimp)
6. Add the ndole (bitter leaf) and cook 10-15 minutes until you obtain a thick paste.

Courtesy: African Cuisine (thank you for sharing this cuisine with me and other readers).

Wednesday, 10 September 2014

Amma's Diary; Episode 1: Post Nysc Experience

Hello Everyone, welcome to the first episode of my diary... Amma's diary

Introduction: Amma's diary is all about my personal life experiences, day to day activities; trilling, adventurous and happy moments of Amaka Nwachukwu.

Sit and enjoy my diary post... Come rock my world!!


After a year’s nation call (NYSC) and dedicated service of having served my father land; Nigeria, it was a bitter-sweet experience to be back home to my family. After all, family over everything. I just dey feel myself as per, expired corp member who must have been missed in the home after a year of service in one strange village in Oyo State, Nigeria. It was sweet in the sense that the trauma of seeing my Yoruba students with over 15 tribal marks on one face; diagonally, vertically, horizontally and diaverthorizon was over! The thoughts of going to the market once a week and eating stale food that will be on heat minimum 2 times a day X 7 days was also over… Omo, ko easy o! Worse of all, the annoying sound of my name from the mouth of indigenes in that village! It was so bad that I had to doubt the meaning of my name which I had borne for over 20 years before then. Some called me Emehka. Others, Amake and the rest Emeke or “omo ibo”.  Kai! These Yoruba fellas can make someone regret his name o! What is difficult in pronouncing “Amaka”. Shebi if I had told them my full is Uzoamaka, perhaps, they would pronounce it as what? Ozeomohka. Smh!

Now, to the other part. I know it is like a home-sweet tradition for a long missed fellow to be celebrated on her return. Mum giving me options for meal, boiling water for me to have my bath, younger ones all around me to run errands for “free”, folks calling for morning and night prayers and thanking God for me, everyone remembering one past incident which happened in my absence and telling me the stories. Well, it is normal to feel comfortable but I bet you, that wouldn’t last for a long time so I told myself; “Ama baby! Don’t feel too comfy with this o, once another long missed fellow comes after your return, you will be treated as normal just as the word “normal” sounds”.

A month went by and there I was, still wallowing in the luxury of everyone at my beck after all. Gradually, the tender loving care was depreciating and one morning, popsy called my full name in a loud harsh voice… “Uzoamaka!” My heart kept beating but a part of me was not convinced if I was actually the one he called in that manner because I should still be enjoying my celebrity state and the effect of one year absence na… Woh, fimile jare. The next thing I heard was the sound of my bedroom door open. Gosh! Dad is here!! “why are you still lying down on the bed at this time? Stand up from there and go wash my car”. Chineke!! na me be this?

Friday, 5 September 2014

Meet the Woman with the World's Biggest Hands

59-year-old Duangjay Samaksamam from Thailand is said to be the woman with the biggest hands ever! Having suffered from a rare medical condition "macrodystrophia lipomastosa" which leaves her limbs permanently swollen, she was deprived of a western education because she was ashamed of her condition and lived the first 20 years of her life as a recluse. Duangjay is also said to be the only in this world to experience the rare condition from shoulder to fingers on both hands. According to plastic surgeon; Dr Eiju Uchinuma:
"This case is very rare. Both her arms are enlarged. Her arms and hands are enormous so they swell badly but it could be worse. My diagnosis is that she is the first and only person in the world who has Macrodystrophia Lipomatosa from shoulders to her fingers on both arms."

"The cause of the disease is unknown and is therefore incurable."

Duangjay who decided to live the rest of her life indoor as a result of the embarrassment she faced was forced to come out of hiding at the age of 20 to earn a living in order to care for her elderly parents, and take over running the family grocery shop. She said;

" My hands are so heavy I can barely lift them to comb or shampoo my hair, it's very difficult.     Getting dressed is also very difficult and painful.
"Some doctors said the only solution was to cut off my hands if I wished to walk around freely. But I don't want to do that.'They removed about 700 grams of fat and blood out of my hands but after a month it just grew back"
More photos after the cut...

Wednesday, 3 September 2014

Video: 9-Year-Old Boy Slaps His Mum So Badly For Being Dump & High On Heroine

She was high on heroine and so her 9-year-old son gave her a piece of his sober feeling by giving her slaps of life! Screaming  "mummy, wake up. Can you talk to me? Wake up" i can hear the pain in his voice. What manner of a mother is this?

See the video after the cut...