Ọmọ Pastor: Call Me Back (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Call Me Back (The Women I Love)

I'm sorry. I'm just not used to girls returning my calls. Interesting. So how many girls have you been calling that didn't return your calls? Emmm... Actually... I don't know. See, let's forget about that. Where were we?
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Ọmọ Pastor: Hello (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Hello (The Women I Love)

What do you mean? After saying Hello, shouldn't your name be the next thing you say? You are right about that. Maybe your beauty just stole the words out of my mouth.
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Ọmọ Pastor: To Call Or Not To Call (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: To Call Or Not To Call (The Women I Love)

By the evening of Sunday, I knew I had no choice but to call Rukevwe. Every bone in me assured me that if this weekend passed without me calling her, I would have blown my chances. However the dice fall, at least, I would have given it my best shot.
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Ọmọ Pastor: Thinking Cap (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Thinking Cap (The Women I Love)

They were calling me boss, stud, G, main man, and other macho salutations. If only they knew that all my head was doing was thinking up possible pick up and start up line.
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Ọmọ Pastor: Let’s Talk (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Let’s Talk (The Women I Love)

She took my palm, and using a pen, she wrote down her number. "Call me when you remember what it is you wanted to talk to me about." With that, she turned around and strutted back to join her mates.
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Ọmọ Pastor: Get On The Dance Floor (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Get On The Dance Floor (The Women I Love)

The second girl said Rukevwe was actually on the dance floor too. Again my heart sank. She must have found the boy she was looking for and began dancing with him.
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Ọmọ Pastor: Party After Party (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Party After Party (The Women I Love)

Immediately she was done, the D.J started his main duty. P-square's busy body was the hit song of the moment. There was no better song with which to start the party.
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Ọmọ Pastor: Quiz Time (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Quiz Time (The Women I Love)

Students from other schools must be wondering, "what is an SSS1 student doing being the quizmaster?" While my schoolmates would be asking, "why is this boy who isn't in our club the quizmaster?"
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Ọmọ Pastor: Let Me In (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Let Me In (The Women I Love)

If these boys won't let me in, I might as well accept my loss and leave now. They better hope they never cross my path in this school. If I ever get a chance to exact my revenge on them though, it would be excruciating.
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Ọmọ Pastor: Club Day (The Women I Love)

Ọmọ Pastor: Club Day (The Women I Love)

Until this day, I am still not sure why I ran downstairs. It is not as if I had spoken to her before. Until today, I had only seen her twice. Once at the church when her family was introduced to the congregation, and the second time was when she, her mum, and her siblings visited my house.
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