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Deal with it (Chyking 102)

Sometimes in life, you've got to accept that you can't have all you desire.  Accept what God freely gives you and forget the rest 'cause you don't need them. That's my answer to the question about what you should do when you see a beautiful girl and you don't want to let her go.  If meeting her or the sequel will break your moral principles, then don't.  There's certainly a better way, if God has determined it.  God will not make you go against His Word or what He's taught you to believe is right. I've admired some boys Some clean, cool and collected But I knew I couldn't have them I had 2 options Or 3 1st to chase after them and get them by all means 2nd to forget about them 3rd to fantasize about what it would be like to have them The 1st was out of the question for me 'cause Christian ladies don't go after men, we wait for them. The 2nd was difficult but usually the best option. The 3rd was my easy

Boys let's talk (Chyking 101)

It pains me — I  think 'irritate' is the word — when I'm walking calmly on the road, engrossed in my own thoughts, plugging my ears away from the hustle and bustle of Enugu, listening to some cool music, pretending not to notice the scotching sun roasting my delicate skin, and you walk up to me, with no excuse or polite greeting, demanding I tell you my name.  It's pathetic how common this is, that it makes me wonder whether it's the boys or Enugu.  I have even developed a spontaneous snippy and sassy attitude that comes on immediately I hear 'hello' from the opposite sex while I'm on the road. The one that annoys me most and I don't get how some people can be 'so dumb and still breathe' (quoting Andrew Wommack) is when in the middle of a red traffic light, I'm trying to cross quickly before it turns green, and I hear someone in a car calling me to come to him. One day, I had actually crossed this large and busy road and the guy in