The joke is this: “I’m not even moved, I used my spare money, the people scared and crying about MMM crashing are the greedy ones who didn’t use their spare money”
Hmmn, I said it two months ago in a post on this platform, that a scheme such as the MMM is the type that “pays you to keep your pocket poor and your mind poorer”…and this statement above in the first paragraph, rapped from every corner right now by the average brassy MMMer, confirms this my assertion.
Somehow, you were made to think you had “spare money“. Bunkum.
Dear MMMers, I, just like some other few, understand the fact that Nigeria has failed you, and that you need money, and that you need to eat, you need to buy jeans and ‘shaart’, and that this, and that that, but, while you keep up with this circus of poverty, stop sounding brazenly stupid.
See, when you vomit something like “I used my spare money”, a coinage to soothe your folly, you sound brazenly stupid, and seems like you’re farting from the mouth. And, me being a caring person, I can’t take that much; seeing my fellow homo-sapien wallow in brazen stupidity while I stand and do nothing? Noooo, I care mehn!
So, moving forward dear, I pray with you in this moment of dashed yuletide hopes, I stand with you, in fact take this two hashtags – #iWaitWithThee and #aMONTHisjustaWord, BUT, stop that “spare money” joke, it’s a palliative that expires right on usage…does not work to make you sound wise or prudent, it rather does the opposite.
But, dear MMMer, if you insist on continuing to crash my lane with such stupidity, the thunder that will fire you, just like your “spare money”, is still doing mannequin challenge – e go heavy!
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