Thursday, 14 August 2014

THE MORAL

Hello Hi,

I hope you have been great. I shared a voice note today with a brief thought, dedicated to my sister (you know yourself :p). Please listen and enjoy the story.




She pulled him by the waistline of his trouser “Give me feeding money or else you won’t go to work today!” He raised his hand as if to strike her and she began screaming “You want to hit me, abi? Hit me o, beat me! Neighbours, come and see!”
His two children ran out of their bedroom to watch. “Daddy, please leave mummy”, the eldest daughter said; she began to cry and her younger sister joined in, even though she did not understand what exactly was happening.
“I’m not holding your mother. Can’t you see that she’s the one holding me? Tell her to let go off me. I’m running late for work” the husband said.
“You’re not going to work today, until you give me that money” The wife responded.
“Mummy, please leave daddy alone” the eldest spoke again and her younger sister echoed “mummy, please leave daddy...” she was only five years old while her elder sister was nine years old.
“Keep quiet! Tell him to give me money or else both of you will not eat today. No cornflakes for you!” The wife said, pointing at the younger daughter.
The little girl began to scream loudly, adding to the chaos. The thought of her not eating was too much to bear and cornflakes in the morning had always been her favourite. So the elder sister had to cut in at this point, “If you don’t stop fighting, I will tell the priest on Sunday.” That sentence did the magic as both parents let go of each other immediately although the wife ran quickly to block the door. “You’re still going nowhere until you give me money” she said.
“How much exactly do you need?” he asked, exhaustedly. “Ten thousand Naira, I won’t accept anything less than that” she replied. The husband opened his briefcase, counted some notes and gave them to her. “Now, can I pass please?” he asked. “Wait o, let me count it first” she answered as she licked the tip of her index finger on her right hand and began counting the notes. When she had finished, she unblocked the door way and said to him “So you had the money. You just wanted me to shout this morning.” He said nothing and passed through the door.
“Thank you o, ese! Have a nice day” she said loudly while he drove off, without responding.

The End

So what was the morale of this story to you? Leave your comments below please :), Thanks. Have a lovely weekend. Ps: I was kidding about bald people in the voicenote.
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21 comments:

  1. Hahaha.....pls I'm waiting for the remaining part of this story

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  2. @voice note...every story published to be public should have a morale no matter how minute it is. Must not be dat huge or obvious. Stories without a morale should be left in diaries oh

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    1. lmao, maybe this is my own diary :P

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  3. @voice note...every story published to be public should have a morale no matter how minute it is. Must not be dat huge or obvious. Stories without a morale should be left in diaries oh

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  4. @blog post.....the morales are there oh..just open to different interpretations

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    1. yea, it doesnt always have to be obvious

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  5. To me d morale is to be tenacious in seeking what we need.

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    1. lol, yes. we need to block the road sometimes....hee hee

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  6. A bullying wife, worse nightmare for a man.

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    1. lol, a stingy man, worse nightmare for a woman

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    2. lol! stingy man

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  7. GO for what you want and not stopping till you get it. New reader :)

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  8. Smooth Story...Able to sustain readers! Morale: Pray for wise kids!!

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    1. Lmao @ wise kids. Amen o. Thank you for commenting.

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  9. The morale to me is don't close your eyes to family finances and just assume your spouse will cover it. What i mean is it, make a budget with your spouse and make sure you are both on the same page on who's getting what.
    Also, never let issues build up to the point where you lose self control and become someone who threatens her children with food.

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    1. LOL, I'm glad everybody could find a morale behind it :)

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  10. Even though he is physically absent, the priest is still able be a peace maker and mediator...

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