The year is 2017. The news is outlandish as ever. And the crew is more than willing to bring it to you. Join Terdoo, Sirkastiq, Saga and Nelly on this week’s episode of Rounds.
Christians would say this was the Resurrection Power. Should we believe them? I would say yes. This is because everybody believes the grave represents death. But for Jesus it was the exact opposite.
It had been four months since Andy had been with Femi and Oreniwan but it felt like a year. Food had become harder to find and they were sure the world had finally run out of any kind of food. They hadn’t dared to venture beyond the safe sectors yet because they were certain the food in the other sectors would certainly be contaminated.
Today, we drove to Tarkwa Bay. This was something I should have done with Mr. Kiepenfocker a long time ago. I am not a great surfer, but I try. I patted Celina’s hood and gazed at the beach. The sun was peering out from the clouds and the winds pushed the whitecaps across the surface of the water.
These men accurately paint the picture of the Cock that tirelessly runs after the Hen to subdue her. And that’s exactly what they are– chickens! Chickens scared of being real men. Chickens so impulse-driven and lacking in self-control, that they live in close parallels to the animal kingdom.
The first time I saw Huenis Kiepenfocker, he was red, out of breath and absolutely frazzled. The right side of…
She urged Jideke to address her parents by telling them why he didn’t want to continue with the wedding arrangements anymore. Her mom was pacing up and down in the living room; she wasn’t ready for any surprises from her supposed son-in-law.
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