Random WrongnessDecember 4, 2016 - Author: Omonioboli - 2 Comments
Hey darlings, Happy Sunday! I’m having a fab day and everything is going great. I hope you are too!
Have you ever had one of those days of “random wrongness”? Lol!
That’s what I call it. So the other day, one of my employees shared his experience with me and I was like, oh wow!
According to him, it was a day we had to shoot something at the office and while we were waiting for him, he had a HELL of a day. It started with his car running out of fuel in front of Eko Hotel so he quickly took a bike to a fueling station nearby. On getting there, he discovered that they were not selling fuel so he took the bike to another station, this time a bit further away. Luckily for him, they had fuel but unfortunately, they were not selling into kegs, so he pleaded with the attendant for over 10mins before the lady finally agreed to sell to him ‘secretly’. After filling up his 15 litter Keg he realized his wallet had gone missing! He couldn’t figure out when this could have occurred. He had to start begging strangers at the station for money until he was able to come up with the total sum to pay off the attendant. It was now time to start trekking back to his car, cos at this point simple okada money was not even available. After 30 minutes, on getting to where he left his car, he was a bit confused because the car was no longer there. You can only imagine how traumatic this could have been, the poor guy started asking random people if they saw him when he parked the car. The security across the street came to inform him that Lastma towed his car!!! We had to cancel the shoot of course and I was so upset, I didn’t speak to him for a while. He only told me this story a couple of months later. What a day! When it rains, it indeed pours. I’m sure you’ve had one of those days, I’d love to hear so please share your experience!
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Discussion (2 Comments)
Wow,somedays are like that, people don’t get to understand most times.
Yea those days exist..but we are survivors