I’d like to attribute my absence to the fact that I got a job, but that hasn’t stopped loads of bloggers I know.
I’d like to claim that given the heat that was radiating off of the ‘sphere last week, I took a back seat to watch and enjoy it. What? Guilty pleasure. You and I know you enjoyed it as much as I did…the whole solidarity thing…
The whole idol worship thing amused me to say the least… as you can tell, given that I have finally gone out and put up a picture. Think of it as testing the waters while I contemplate starting some sort of ” group or sect bound together by veneration of” blogger pictures… what-about?
To make amends for the fact that I can’t come up with a satisfactory reason for not blogging, I will cave in to the last demand on this post.
I want to narrow it down to the fact that I got a job…but that was yesterday… when I had to endure decent clad, all black mind you, and got a few disses from people who for some reason can’t fathom the possibility that I own such clothes. I’d like to state that I keep such attire for emergencies such as (but not limited to…)
- Job Interviews
- Babies’ birthdays
Also, in the on-going CHOGM billboard debate, I honestly think that if you’re going to get a bunch of people to say they are ready for CHOGM, get real people. People like you and I, or the boda boda riders, get people that the public can relate with/to. Ofcourse the Kyabazinga is ready for the damn thing. Dude’s going to meet the queen of England, for ****’s sake!
I don’t know what Rio Ferdinand’s angle is… He is telling us we are ready for the world? I won’t hold it against him though…spend one night in the Serena and you will also get deluded enough to say things like that. Given that (and statistics are not my strong point) 99.97% of us do NOT in fact STAY at the Serena, that’s an unfair statement to make.