Thursday, May 29, 2008

The new woomie o!

So, somebody (special, btw) accused my blog of being colorless. I had little or no idea that i could even change the template lol.

I didn't like the old one that much either...i laaaahhvvvvvvvvvvvvvv the color green.

Anyways, it's still the same old me.

You and YOU (and you too) take note.




PS: This Democracy Day is kinda pointless.

6 comments:

rayo said...

i have a friend who wonders why we're celebrating mediocrity and i agree with him, nigerians love to hype all sorta unnecessary stuff, its good to know there are loads of peeople who dont think the usual way, there is hope for this country afterall.

Naughty Eyes said...

It doesn't really make much sense but if you're a 6-days-a-week worker like I am, then you'll appreciate all the Public Hols you can get. Long live Deocracy Day!

Naughty Eyes said...

Forgot to say: I like the new color too tho I can't really recall what the former was like. Watch out for that e-mail I told you of. Reading thru all your past stuff now so I'm going to compile ALL my comments and send at once.
Keep things up!
PS: See you've checked out my profile. Thanks!

Woomie O! said...

@Rayo: of course there's hope for Nigeria...afterall, there's you, and me...and a kazillion others (i've met some). A good thing takes time.



@4NE:will 'watch out for your e-mail', THANKS.
And, btw, thanks for rubbing my jobless state in-my-face, LMAO.

Naughty Eyes said...

@ Woomie:"...And, btw, thanks for rubbing my jobless state in-my-face, LMAO..."
Work? Believe me it ain't all it's made up to be. Spent 14 months jobless and now 2 months "working" and you know what? I prefer unemployment! Someone's gonna read this and say "yeah, right.." but the truth is, the day I started working (for a slave master by the way, on very small pay) I lost my initiative, creativity and intellect. Sorry, time to get back to work... LMAO

rethots said...

Well, we celebrate it maybe not necessarily for now (the immediate) but, for the morrow. Nigeria is the future of the morrow, that's the Nigerian Project (Dream).