Humor

Quarantine & Chill - The Diaries of a Lagos Lockdown

quarantine & chill - the diaries of a lagos lockdown

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₦2000.00

This short, witty and funny book follows the story of a young man who is stuck with his side chic during a country wide lock-down as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic....

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PUNTASTIC

puntastic

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₦350.00

Something to make that early morning cup of coffee more interesting and that gridlock on your way back from work less frustrating. If you love pun then you love this book, you just don't know it yet because you just haven't read it yet....

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Play in the rain

play in the rain

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₦500.00

Play in the rain is a kiddies witty book designed to teach student obedience and avoidance of mischief. It is a complete story in the Bayo and friends series, it is both easy to read and easy to understand. ...

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Memories of a child Vol 1

memories of a child vol 1

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₦100.00

A comprehensive narrative of an event that a little child experiences. It invokes a feeling of childhood nostalgia; it also displays the imperfections of the Nigerian society with a flavour of petulance and childish humour....

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Kunle's evening tales

kunle's evening tales

32 reads
5
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One very fun, frustrating and interesting Saturday morning where I had to take care of a baby....

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HUMOURS That Make You QUAKE with LAUGHTER   Ucheka Anofienem

humours that make you quake with laughter ucheka anofienem

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₦200.00

Relax, enjoy the best jokes, real funny quotes, jokes that kids and dads can relate with and enjoy. Comic incidents that can get you fall off the bed laughing. Hearty laughter ventilates your soul, nourishes your spirit and body. There are few events that produce laughter in our world today. Walk the street and see gloom and unhappiness in people’s faces. So why not lay your hands on this healthy jokes and rib-cracking humor and enjoy unending happiness? Laughter has lots of health benefits. But nothing compares to the joy of having your lungs quake with hilarious amusements. I bet you, tears will drop from your eyes and if not careful you can fall off your chair and roll on the ground reading the humors in this compilation. They are carefully combed from the internet and selected from across the world. You will have no better good time than the hours spent relishing this content. It’s fun, pleasurable and exceptionally comical. The only advice is that you consider your ribs, and the embarrassment of laughing out of order when the jokes keep popping into your mind long after you have read them. Just go back up and buy this book now. ...

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The crown cresent chronicles

the crown cresent chronicles

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₦200.00

Excerpt: “You can’t go wrong by letting, Mr Bentley, provided, of course, that you have the right agent. We’ve been in the game for more than ten years. We’ve never yet placed a bad tenant, and believe you me there are some bad ones out there. But we know how to sort them out.” Colin was a little uneasy to hear about the bad ones, but the prospect of cash flowing into his bank account was tempting. “Tell us more about your property, Mr Bentley. You don’t actually live there, do you?” “It’s more of an investment, really. My wife bought it some years ago. Then I knocked down the original house and we have built four units on the site.” “Four units! So will you be letting all four?” “Yes, that’s the plan.” After the mandate was signed, she went ahead and soon found a family of four, who were installed in the top house and had so far been ideal tenants. Not long afterwards she phoned to say she had found people for the house at the bottom of the driveway. They had already signed the lease and were on their way to the property. Colin waited for them to arrive. After a while a hatchback came down the driveway. The driver was thin, and in his fifties and next to him a grey-haired woman. It stopped in front of the house and was followed by a van driven by a youth, who got out and began unloading furniture. The driver of the first car climbed out and went to check the unloading and the woman came round and shook hands. “My name’s Connie Lawson,” she introduced herself, “and that’s my husband Reggie with my son Harry.” A third car arrived driven by a ginger-haired man. “Hi, I’m Benny, Connie’s brother,” he told Colin. In the back were an elderly couple. “I see you’ve brought your parents with you to have a look at the place.” “Well, no – they’ll also be moving in,” said Benny. “I’m an electrician and I’m doing Connie a favour by helping them to connect the stove.” “Have you have brought the connecting cable with you?” “No, but it’s no problem, I can use an old kettle cord. It’ll work just as well.” Benny took a folding wheelchair out the boot, and managed to get the father out the car and installed in it. “It’s a bit hard for Dad,” he said as he lowered the wheelchair down steps leading to the front door. “He’s a bit unsteady on his pins.” His mother followed them, walking with difficulty. “I hope we will have a little more space here. We were very cramped in our last place.” *** Colin paid a visit to Roxanne, soon after they had moved in. “It’s about my new tenants,” he said. “Yes, I suppose I should have introduced them before sending them around. Aren’t you happy with them?” “Well, I’m a bit worried about whether they will be able to afford the rent. I believe only Mrs Lawson has a job. The rest of the family have no income. Her husband is in poor health and her parents are both elderly.” “I’m sure there will be no problems, Mr Bentley. We have done the usual credit check and contacted their previous landlord. I’ve dealt with Connie for a long time and she always pays the rent.” “But the whole thing seemed a bit rushed.” “Yes perhaps it was,” she admitted. “But I understand the owner of the house they were in wanted to do urgent renovations. They were lucky to find somewhere that was ready for immediate occupation.” Roxanne assured him that the deposit had been paid into their trust account. The first month’s rent would, of course, be retained as their commission, she pointed out....

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Night of The Flaming Panties!

night of the flaming panties!

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₦200.00

Jeje, so named by his neighbours was planning on having a boring game night when his wife asked him to literally set her old panties on fire. An unusual request and after some feminine persuasions well... how hard could it be right? Turns out, burning panties in a street filled with quirky characters and nosy neighbours could turn into a big street drama....

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My days at crown school

my days at crown school

380 reads
5
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All the way from Abuja, they say Crown School is the best secondary (high) school in Lagos State, Nigeria. Meet Suzy, the girl who won a scholarship and found herself attending the best school ever in Lagos. Little did she know she had a secret admirer and friends she never expected to have met.  If you are looking for a book that will make your time worthwhile, give you goosebumps, make you smile, laugh, cry and at the end wish these characters truly exist, then don't skip this book because you just found that book. Please enjoy....

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A Summer to Remember

a summer to remember

347 reads
3
Free

This is the first book in the Traveler’s series. It’s a short story too. This book entails the preparation of a Nigerian girl to travel to India. A place she has longed to be since she was a child. Even though, people saw this as a strange dream, she still didn’t give up until she was able to achieve her goal. Unknowing to her, it was the start of something new. A summer to Remember ...

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Everybody is Mad in Lagos

everybody is mad in lagos18+

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₦500.00

Everybody is mad in Lagos is a collection of stories that narrate the Unique stories of the city Lagos using humour and life experiences. Experiences such as danfo busses and conductors, computer village and stolen phones, Okada riders and Slay queens are all depicted in this piece. Apart from being a journal for Lagosians, this piece also serves as a memo for Non- Lagosians. so make sure you read this if you are thinking of coming to Lagos....

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Good Santa Bad Santa

good santa bad santa

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₦1000.00

This story is about the travails of the Rich household that have fallen on hard times. They live in Fireworks Country, and Santa is the highest authority there. They are blessed with twins, and while one has the appearance of a caucasian, the other comes out like one that has parents of African ancestry. One is naughty, and the other usually takes the fall, until of course, it gets to a crescendo and actions need to be taken. ...

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