November Joy 11: Nonsense, Nonsense, Nonsense

November Joy 11: Nonsense, Nonsense, Nonsense

Breaking up is hard to do, but if you can find the humour in heartbreak, you’ve mastered the art of turning tears into laughter. For today’s November Joy, join me on a rollercoaster of romantic misadventures as we explore three funny breakup tales—mine.

Nonsense & I don’t deserve you!

And Sabrina be like;

“Sweetness, I’m sorry for what I did. I feel terrible. Gosh!!! You really gonn’ forgive me? Don’t you feel like shouting at me or something? I don’t deserve you. You’re too good. I can’t do this. Just let me go, please, babe…”

E pain me that year o. E pain me gan. But, as I remember that day now, I cum dey wonder why my spinal chest was misbehaving like gwongworo kwuru engine.

Nonsense and adondisaviu!

Nonsense & “my pastor said…”

That year, Emem:

“Babe, we are praying tomorrow. Psalm 69 is the prayer point”

“Babe, remember Sunday is fasting and prayer o. Don’t goan drink tea.”

“Babe, my pastor said…”

“Babe, speaking in tongues is a must-have spiritual experience. Ya sure ya saved…? My pastor…”

“So, babe my pastor…”

Mbok, ediye mmi, which are you– Elijahress or Epistle Paulina? Mine or your pastor’s, whose are you?

Na laidat relationship tek end o. I jejely kari my lanky self waka, before sista Emem go use prayer & fasting mek me disappear.

Nonsense and “my pastor said”!

Nonsense & proud olodo

I think the funniest and most ridiculous of em all was when Endie called it quits because I corrected a recurrent grammar error, repeatedly.

“Are you trying to intimidate me with intelligence or what? You think you are the smartest? Think I am dumb? Must you always correct my grammar?” She yelled.

“I’m not doing again. Ya rude!”

E shock you?

E shock me too.

I apologized for being an uninvited tombo fly, jumping about with correction fluid, and accepted the breakfast with joy and happiness.

Nonsense and proud olodo!

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The thing is, in the comedy of heartbreaks, the best punchline is resilience. Life’s script may throw unexpected plot twists midway through a beautiful love story, but the moral is clear: laughter is the ultimate balm.

So, if yours doesn’t end in an happily-ever-after, remember to stay happy, because a good sense of humour mends even the most shattered hearts.

Have a wonderful weekend!

With ❤️,

Jaachị Anyatọnwụ

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