Happy Birthday Missy Tee's.....................................................

Friday 27 January 2012


Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday to you
Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday, Happy Birthday to youuuuuuu!

How old are you now? x4

I'm 1 year young today!

Lol......That is me singing to me my blog.
A year ago, I started blogging and established (speaking like its a company *lol*) Missy Tee's blog.
A year ago seems like yesterday. Talk about when I started, I was pretty nervous because I did not know what to expect but you fellow bloggers, followers and anonymous readers and commenter's have made me feel so welcome so here's to say THANK YOU for being with Missy Tee's blog over the past year. Its been fabulous meeting you all.
The party is going on at No 27, Blabla street, blabla city zip code 01010. Plenty to eat and drink. ;-)

Thanks guys and also thank God- should have said that first. Thank you Lord for bringing this blog thus far yes He is responsible for the progress and also for the inspiration to start blogging. Thank you sir! I am grateful- I really realise that no one can love like You do. Salute!

Happy Birthday Missy Tee's Blog! Keep growing. Muah!

Seriously- What is the matter?

Saturday 21 January 2012

Hey bloghearts,

So whats the matter with Nigeria right now?

Its so annoying and heart-breaking to so see people losing their lives and being killed for no reason at all. So about 150 people have been killed in Kano, Nigeria by *you know who*.
I have been keeping away from saying anything about *you know who* on my blog but I just have to at this moment.
Why are Nigerians being treated like this? What is going on? Is it nearing the endtime as described Revelations? What? Why? Who? When?....those are the questions being asked by Nigerians.
-If you have noticed, I just am so dumbfounded about the issue that all I can do is ask questions-
It is disheartening and appalling. Seriously????

Also about the fuel price at N95? Nigerians kind of dissappointed mehn. I did not think they'd settle for anything higher than the former N65. They should note that because Uncle Jona has agreed for fuel price to be reduced to N95 does not mean he doesn't know what he is doing. When fuel price hits N147 in the future again, they will be unconsciously roped in to accept that price. For crying out loud, right now fuel is N3 away from N100 per litre!!!! Really? Wooooooow- I still don't gree- I think I'll continue my protest over here.

Also about Seal and Heidi Klum's divorce. WHAT?? I thought they were the perf... couple. All these famous people, J-Lo and Marc, Kim and Kris, Katy and Russell and now Heidi and Seal??
They keep getting married and divorced like they are changing their babies nappies!
Well......some rantings of mine.



Happy 2012 + Nigeria we hail thee! +Funny video below **updated post**

Saturday 14 January 2012

Merry Happy New Year sugars. *I'm going to act like I haven't been away for too long *silent apology*.
Hope 2012 is going good for you guys and you are keeping up with your resolutions? Don't let them slip though (wait till Feb and I bet you'd even forget about the list of resolutions).
So so so, I can't act like I haven't been hearing things about Nigeria the great in the news for like forever now. First thing I heard of was the fuel subsidy removal and the fuel price hike to N147 from N65.
First up, I think the people we have in government now are so rich that they believe everybody in Nigeria can afford to buy fuel for N147.
They are so covered in the face with the wealth and affluence that it is so hard for them to see that Nigerians are not happy with the way they are being governed.
*I do not intend to mention names or curse or point fingers*
Nigerians do not have a good source of electricity, majority of the people in Nigeria run their electrical appliances on their own private energy source, the ever faithful generators. No wonder Chinese and Japanese generator makers enjoy business in Nigeria. That is one thing the government has turned a blind eye to for decades. To further increase people's agony, they are hiking the fuel price meaning that they might not be able to use their generators like before, people might not be able to use their cars like before. This therefore leads to increased armed robbery rates not only due to the hike but the darkness as a result of no electricity source in Nigeria will become more pronounced, people will have to start walking and using public transport means of which they will also increase their transport fares forcing some people to resort to walking long distances or just point blank sitting at home, becoming jobless. Removing the fuel subsidy doesn't even seem like there is going to be any difference because it wasn't even felt before so removing it and adding it to something else also does not mean what it is being added to is going to be felt- that's just some rambling thoughts. Notwithstanding, I am not supporting the fuel subsidy removal.
Nigeria's so called budget is probably NOT for Nigeria because it is NOT felt in Nigeria. All that budget for maintenance, education and bla bla bla, it is all gist. Buildings have been erected for decades and they do not do any silly maintenance on them so they end up collapsing, yet they claim that there is some budget for building maintenance? pls tell that to the trees, they are willing to hear all that, that's just an example.

Happy New Year!

Wednesday 11 January 2012


Happy New Year sweeties, Its taken me too long to say this but better late than never *wink*.
I am typing my opinion about the fuel subsidy in Nigeria- Yes I have to. Its by force. LoL. Before I post it, I need to make sure I'm not offending anyone so it will be up as soon as I am done with it.
Be back in a few!