Get To Know the (In)Famous Cavey…

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Yes, ladies and gentlemen (especially ladies)… We have a treat for you! A brief chat with TNC’s resident Romeo. Keep reading to learn more about this international man of mystery. Who is he? What makes him tick? Find out below. *** Hello! Hi there! You sure you want to do this? Stop making me second…

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Yes, ladies and gentlemen (especially ladies)… We have a treat for you! A brief chat with TNC’s resident Romeo. Keep reading to learn more about this international man of mystery. Who is he? What makes him tick? Find out below.

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Hello!

Hi there!

You sure you want to do this?

Stop making me second guess my decision and let’s just do this!

Lol. Okay.

Okay.

Let’s start easy; What’s your name and what do you do?

My name is Cavey and I’m a full time foodie, part time mechanic and habitual storyteller.

Mechanic?

Yup. I would’ve said ‘Mechanical Engineer’ but that’s a mouthful jare plus, I’m actually a mechanic. My cousin and I run our own auto workshop where we carryout preventive and corrective maintenance on vehicles.

Interesting. So do you do the work yourselves? Go under cars and stuff?

We have employees who do the physical work, we just manage it but yeah, we get dirty sometimes for a couple of reasons; 1. So our vendors are reminded that we know our shit and so they better not slouch or try to outsmart us and 2. Because we actually love our jobs, love being mechanics and love getting our hands dirty.

Nice!

Thank you. So if you ever need a mechanic, just hit me up on twitter @AsToldByCavey and we’d come to you, work on your car and deliver it back to you. No need to worry about coming to the workshop.

Very nice, Cavey. Very Nice.

So why ‘Cavey’?

Well growing up, my two best cartoons were ‘Captain Caveman’ and ‘The Flinstones’. One day, I was out with my cousin-I think we went for a stroll or to buy something from a store somewhere in Miatama-when it started to rain. We were just going to wait it out when I saw the time and realized if we did that, I’d miss ‘The Flintstones’. I left my cousin and ran home in the rain. Since then, my name became ‘Caveman’. It was only apt that I made ‘Cavey’ my pseudonym.

Lol! Did you catch your show?

I did! It was an episode I’d already seen but I never told my cousin that else he’d have been madDER at me!

Hahaha.

So you spent your childhood in Abuja. You must be ‘ajebo’!

LOL! On the contrary! I’m as kpako as they get. Don’t let the Abuja thing deceive you. Mother was a banker (worked with First bank for 25 years) and you know how it is with these banks; always transferring you after a couple of years.

Oh nice! So you moved around often?

Not really. Abuja was still home till I got into secondary school but my primary school was in Lagos. We had a house too in Lagos so I went back to Abuja for holidays. I did travel to a lot of places in Nigeria though. My dad, apart from having an engineering degree, also has one in philosophy and he’s an adventurer so we’d legit just pick new places to go to every now and then and just go, spend the weekend, visit the tourists attractions, eat the local food and just have a swell time. It was all exciting, to be honest.

Sounds exciting. You sure you’re ‘kpako’ at all?

“As kpako as they get!”

Hahaha. We don’t believe you.

*smiles*

Okay. So it sounds like you’re closer to your dad than your mom.

Well, I’m more comfortable and I vibe with my dad better but I’m not close to either really. I’m not close to my parents or either of my siblings; elder sister travelled when I was in JS2 and my baby brother just finished from Uni last year. Truthfully, they are family ‘cos we share the same blood but like I said in this article, I’ve learned that those you call ‘family’ don’t have to share a last name or blood with you; ‘family’ are those loyal to you and always have your back.

Well said, Mr. Cavey. Well said. So who are you close to?

FOOD!

FOOD IS BAE!!!

Hahaha! Foodie indeed!

You have know idea!

Speaking of ‘bae’, do you have one or are you a ‘Yoruba demon’?

Pause.

First off, we aren’t demons, we’re just misunderstood and I did explain how here.

Secondly, why have to choose one bae when I can have Pizza AND Ice Cream AND chicken wings AND garlic bread and they all don’t mind sharing me? So answering your question, no I don’t have one; life’s already hard enough without having to make such choices.

Looooooool! Interesting stuff. But seriously though, If I remember correctly, you wrote an article about this time last year that had all the ladies throwing pant at you. How did you survive that period without being seized?

Trust me it wasn’t easy! My twitter was a mess for more than two weeks and occasionally, I still get the odd text from someone new that starts off somewhat like “OMG, I loved that article”.

*chuckle*

Seriously though, I don’t know how I escaped unscathed but I did meet some pretty amazing people through that particular article. Although, and I say this cautiously, I think women think it’s their birthright to be chased by a guy and often don’t even try.

Oh? So you’re saying you remain unseized, despite all the declarations of love you constantly receive on this site (yes, we have our eyes on you), because “women don’t try hard enough”? >_>?

Nope, I’m unseized because I’m very picky. I was just stating one of the things I’ve observed

Interesting. Define ‘picky’

Lol. Simple question that’s not so simply answered. Maybe someday, I’d write an article on my perfect woman.

Okay okay. Just answer this real quick; boobs or ass?

BOTH!

I mean, my (mind’s) mouth waters when I see pants filled out with a well rounded bum that you can tell just by looking at it that if you hold on to this, you’d never want to let go. I mean, what’s there not to love in a beautiFULL, soft behind that’s ASStounding to look at? BUT AT THE SAME TIME, do you know the joy in well rounded tatas? Boobs that would turn a grown man into a baby everytime? And when it’s bedtime, you have a plethora of options as pillow? *whew* I wouldn’t pick either or. I appreciate all body types because people are not defined by their bodies and hope everyone finds happiness and love however, A-cuppers can look elsewhere for love from yours truly.

Hahaha! Wow. Just…wow! Thank you for taking out time to answer these questions, Cavey. I’m sure others have some more for you so I’ll just leave you to them in the comment section. Have fun.

*chuckle*

I’ll try.

Responses

  1. Feyishayo
    👀👀 At “and I say this cautiously, I think women think it’s their birthright to be chased by a guy and often don’t even try.”
    Hmmm
  2. Aggie
    When I saw your name and the article, a smile formed on my face before I even started reading it. You are one awesome dude. I followed the link to the other articles and reading them again turned my smile to a huge grin.
    1. Cavey Post author
      Ahan!
      I did say you deserve love too! I’m just not competent enough and you deserve a man who is. Thanks for reading 😘
  3. Ramat
    Cavey, Cavey, Cavey! Hmm… you have spoil ba? Be talking about asstounding backsides and round tatas. We already like him too much , y’all didn’t have to make us want him more. 😂
  4. Black Cynic
    Only cavey can make A cup girls feel love and hated at the same time. Nice Article, food sly… codedly selling your market Ajebo man
  5. Black Cynic
    Guess who will be ‘servicing’ and carrying out ‘body works’ for a lot of girls after this article? 📣📣CAVEY

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