JOSH JOURNAL ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB

Loving You And Your Sense Of Humor – Josh Journal

Now imagine your lover doesn’t share your sense of humor. Each time you laugh, they ask, “what’s funny?”
No matter how you explain, they just don’t get it. And whenever you share something you find funny with them, they’ll reply, “and so?” “I don’t get it.”

WEEKLY SPECIAL WORD FOR THE WEEK

Sidegrade (Word For The Week)

With hindsight, Nigerians would have been grateful for a sidegrade on Jonathan. By 2024, they would curse the president if he turns out as a sidegrade on Buhari.
Meanwhile, those who got paid to promulgate this propaganda are either in government, too rich to care, out of the country and away from this mess, complaining louder than everyone else, or dying in silence because of pride.

SINCERELY YOURS WEEKLY SPECIAL

Where Is The Love? (Sincerely Yours)

I still fondly remember the first time you said you love me. It was like time stood still.
I could hear a butterfly land on a flower’s petal a thousand miles away. The blue color of the sky looked freshly painted, to a point of exaggeration. If a pin dropped at the other end of the earth at that point, I would have heard it.

DEPUTY GIRLFRIEND ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB TRUE LIE STORY

Now The Day Is (Almost) Over (Deputy Girlfriend)

When I got back to the house, my two gossiping neighbors were nowhere to be seen. So also was whatever little respect I had for them.
This is not over. Instead, the battle line has just been drawn. I don’t know how I would get one over them, but I know I must get my pound of flesh.

JOSH JOURNAL ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB

Do Professional Dancers Get Married?

On second thought, maybe professional dancers are already tired and want to keep the dancing to a minimum on their special day.
Maybe their pastors and parents warn them to get through the ceremony without excessive dancing. Or just maybe they are so love-struck, that they forget how to dance.

JOSH JOURNAL ML SPECIAL THE BOOK CLUB

Nigerian Senators And Their Tearful Protest – Josh Journal

If you believe there is something wrong with Nigeria, now is the time to act. Don’t speak up and cry, then go back to collect your salaries and allowances.
There is always the option of keeping quiet and allowing your name to forever rest in infamy. But at least, deny your children the disgrace of seeing you cry like a little bitch.

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