Sunday, December 28, 2008

I was memed by Doug

Doug memed me (Pardon my English) . I am sure I have done something like this before but there are fresh facts in here. Since I am an intriguing person, no thanks to Doug, I must have a lot to say
                                        The Truth:

  1. I am a cat lover
  2. I am a feminist and gender activist and I hate injustice
  3. I can’t stand scratching (not of a cat), screeching noise
  4. Am on orphan
  5. I fee like" killing" the people I see on daily basis throwing things on Lagos road!
  6. I hate big parties especially weddings and funeral. But I like dance-all parties usually get-together.
  7. I have met Blogger Poetically Tinted and Chari aka Charizard aka Charry
  8. Blogger Graham Cracker raised money via PAY PAL for me to neuter my female cats.
  9. I always size up butts and gist with Standtall husband about them.
  10. I always compliment people on good dressing and good style be it male or female.
James Tubman honoured me with this award again. Thank you so much James! What a way to end the year! I am dedicating this award to Black Women, Blow the Trumpet!

Are we still in da Xmas mood? Yeah!


And have you heard how Cats kept a missing one year old boy alive in a gutter somewhere in Argentina? Cats rock, they always do!

33 comments:

Just...Toluwa said...

thought i was the only one who sized up asses...lol!

Robyn said...

fuck i hate screeching,oohh n i love bikes,really big bikes not too apart afterall.Happy new year.

Oyin said...

your funny...howdy

Afrobabe said...

Is that u in the pic??I could have sworn i knew who you were...guess I was wrong..

merry christmas babes...

doug said...

You're an orphan? Wow!!! Coolie!!! And here I was thinking I was hot 'cos I was a love child... Ok ignore me, this is the Johnnie Walker talking [hic] hehehe

Emeka Amakeze said...

Thought one should be an orphan when one parent is dead and then, an orphanage when both parents are dead.
Well, i have liars and cheats.

Emeka Amakeze said...

Thought one should be an orphan when one parent is dead and then, an orphanage when both parents are dead.
Well, i have liars and cheats.

Emeka Amakeze said...

Thought one should be an orphan when one parent is dead and then, an orphanage when both parents are dead.
Well, i have liars and cheats.

Emeka Amakeze said...

Thought one should be an orphan when one parent is dead and then, an orphanage when both parents are dead.
Well, i have liars and cheats.

Sassy Kat said...
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freemanpress said...

Ok ok ok

Jaycee said...

Your love for cats is amazing. So cats kept a boy alive? That's wonderful o...

Eyahh!

aloted said...

awww..at this rate i am beginning to think cats are not so bad...lol

happy new year in advance!!

Pls how do i link people's post to my blog like you did with Jaycee's post?? thanks

Funms-the rebirth said...

lol at sizing up asses...... i do it to compare with mine....:)

Writefreak said...

i hate it when people throw dirt on the streets too...can't say i love cats but i think it's in my mind...

Happy new year in advance

James Tubman said...

wow

you are a cutie pie miss standtall

your husband is a lucky man

that is an amazing story about the cats in argentina

i cant even imagine that for some reason

thanx for the love too

Vera Ezimora said...

lol @ number nine. I size butts up too. The other day, i could not stop staring @ one. It was sooo big and ehm mesmerizing. lol.

You and cats sef!

LG said...

how are my cats doing??? :)

Afrobabe said...

BTW ...I dont size butss, I size other things!!!!

StandTall-The Activist said...

Just...Toluwa: u r not the only one o. We will soon form association of ass lookers sef (lol)

Robyn: ...and bikes screech u know. I meant to write " Am a cats lover"

Oyin...Kinshar: I am fine and good to know u still visit. Happy new yr in advance

Afrobabe: really, u might still know me u know. Side view isnt enough to tell a face (am I right?). Except u think I am fair

Love child isnt an orphan ke. As a love child se u have all the enjoyment from both parents. Am I right?

Emeka Amakeze: okay, I am an orphanage (lol)

Freemanpress: ok?

Jaycee: U know, I love cats cos they unique, they just proved so

Aloted: is not a matter of "...cats no so bad o". They are not bad at all. Did u get my mail?

Funms-The Rebirth: siz asses up to compare yours. That means u will be looking at your behind all the time to compare. That's work o

Writefreak: That makes the 2 of us ( I mean the throwing dirts on the road and not the cats part) lol

James Tubman: Thanks dear. Cats are angels I believe (lol)

Vera Ezimora: You stared, you stared! yes, me and cats o

LG: They want to come over to yours over new yr celebration.

Afrobabe: I am sure I know the other thing you size. Trust me (lol)

Muze said...

cool list.

i hate that screeching sound too!

rethots said...

Hmmm, thot we've met?

StandTall-The Activist said...

Muze: for stopping. That sound is madening,

Rethots: Ah, when u see the entire face, you will be sure. Have we?

AustynZOGS said...

Know what? You keep so many of us going on Bloggoville.
Thanks for being so inspiring!Thanks for standing tall for the ladies.
Thanks for being such a patriot for the Motherland-naija!
Wishing you a prosperous New year!

Gattina said...

I love the combination of wedding and funerals, hahahaha !

Ladi said...

I used to like cats then sumthing happened..Now, I'm scared of them.

U size up butts??? hehe

Happy New year!

Buttercup said...

u discuss sized-up butts with ur husband..wow..lol..

sorry bout u being an orphan..

ok, u r making me really like cats o..i dont think i'd ever own one tho..

ray said...

Hi,

I was reading ur blog posts and found some of them to be very good.. u write well.. Why don't you popularize it more.. ur posts on ur blog ‘The Activist’ took my particular attention as some of them are interesting topics of mine too;

BTW I help out some ex-IIMA guys who with another batch mate run www.rambhai.com where you can post links to your most loved blog-posts. Rambhai was the chaiwala at IIMA and it is a site where users can themselves share links to blog posts etc and other can find and vote on them. The best make it to the homepage!

This way you can reach out to rambhai readers some of whom could become your ardent fans.. who knows.. :)

Cheers,

For the love of me said...

http://www.blogher.com/announcing-blogher-09-international-activist-blogher-scholarship

How have you been? Happy new year in advance.

africa entertainment plus sports said...

happy New Year !

StandTall-The Activist said...

AustynZOGS: Thanks to you to brother. You are a wonderful blogger. Merry new year

Gattina: yeah, the combination!

Ladi: I wonder what could have happened to make you not like cats anymore

Buttercup: yes o I do. Still in Naija. I have being an orphan since I was 17 and 25 respectively. First my dad and my mom...

Ray: thanks for stopping by and giving this aweosme link. I am cehcking it out now as well as your blog

For the Love of Me: thanks sis. Merry new yr. I was nominated already by some bloggers for the scholarship. I pray I make it

Africa entertainment plus sports: Happy new yr

Uzezi said...

ok. cats. ok. wont say more than that.

happy new year.

StandTall-The Activist said...

Uzezi: u dey beef cats?

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