8 Things I don’t Know About It’s Another Saturday
I might be the writer of It’s Another Saturday but it’s becoming clear to me that there are things I don’t know about the series.
- Dele’s Wife’s Real Name
Seriously, I don’t know her name. She met Honey in uni and they have been friends since then but unfortunately, all I can tell you about her is that she is Dele’s wife.
2. The Town They Live In
One might argue that the story takes place in Lagos, being that Genesis from Novocaine Knights who lives in Lagos, made a cameo appearance. However, nothing else has been mentioned about the name of the city. So, go ahead, call it Abuja, Kano, Ado-Ekiti; I don’t mind.
3. If Jideofor’s Bridemaker Phenomenon is Psychological, Spiritual or Just Plain Coincidence
Tarela feels she did something diabolical to him that plunged him into reckless trysts with several women but what if it’s just simple psychology, that he gets attracted to women who are desperate to tie the knot or already hooked and waiting to walk down the aisle? The details of that moment in his life have not been given or we would have a clearer picture. Or perhaps it’s just plain coincidence that he sleeps with a chick and she ends up marrying someone else. What are the odds?
4. If Honey Was Really On Her Period
She says she likes babies but she asks for unprotected sex and comes up the next morning to say she’s on the rag. Is she trying to trap Jide into a commitment or her time of the month really came? Remember she also told Mary she does not believe in having kids immediately after marriage. Well, the truth will unfold eventually.
5. If Honey’s Siblings Are Out Of The Picture
It would be nice to see how things are going with those ones, how they react to discovering that the documents are missing.
I seriously know nothing about her other than she is pregnant and younger. Hopefully the muse will be kind enough to show me more.
7. What Is Wrong With Peace
I tire for the babe. Defending a man that raped your friend. Smh. Her character makes me sad because she’s as real as so many Nigerian women get. Actually, her story exposes what many women suffer in the hands of their men in this country and yet refuse to seek for better lives for themselves. The need to bear a man’s name and to be called wives supersedes their happiness, peace, dignity and sanity. I do hope Peace finds her way in the end.
8. When I’ll Post The Next Episode.
Like seriously, I don’t know…
Come back next Saturday. My week was busy and terrible. Was only able to write down a thousand or so words. I want to sleep, refresh, deal with a threatening fever and then come back. I also need to reply all your comments. If you noticed, I’m far behind and I feel really bad about it.
So, have a wonderful weekend and later on, I’ll put up excerpts from Boys With Toys. 😉