My sister just sent me this photo of something she found in Oja market in Lagos. I think it’s supposed to be an aphrodisiac but every other thing is delightfully vague. Does it work on women too? Is it a liquid or powder? You you drink it straight or mix it with other stuff? (Sister Hashtag says mix it with their drinks in beer parlours. Update, she’s just told me it’s a liquid, duh, it says 200ml)
Why is there a volume for alcohol by the side? Does alcohol not inhibit i.e. kill libido aka manpower? And for my final question, why on earth does it say ‘Hundred watts’? That seems like such a faff to take a little ‘helper’ only to light up like a Christmas tree so the whole world knows you’ve taken it.
Also…where do you light up? (Do women like that sort of thing now? Damn I’m old.)
‘Fire baby oku’. Chai. Lagos life is not easy at all. First you have your wife. Then you probably have your mistress (who’s had children for another man/may be divorced etc) then you have your girlfriend (who is a small university girl like this). No wonder men need all the help they can get. E no easy.
If you’ve taken this, send me an email. I won’t tell anyone. It’s strictly for journalistic purposes, you understand.
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I nearly fell off my chair then. 😀
Baby Oku de Man-power. I couldn’t stop laughing. Trust Naija.
There is one the hausas call burantashi. according to them it
works like Viagra. haahaahaahaahaa.
is it just me, or does the picture of the girl look like Beyonce
Haha! It’s just you Kiki Morena!