Terver: We’reeee baaacccckkkkkk Didi: Yuknowww! Being consistent and what not. Terver: Consistent Queens. Women of substance. Full disclosure, we’re writing this after a very interesting ‘we outsidddeee’ weekend, sooo this might be reflected in one or two slurps. Didi: “We?”. Terv now speaks french. But truthfully, anything you see today, just take it. So, part…
Terver: Bantusssss!!! Have you missed us as much as we’ve missed you? Didi: I think Bantus’ are due a new name. Terver: As per rebranding? Why are we fixing something that’s not broken Didi? Didi: No idea. I don’t like the vibe anymore. Terver: If we ever needed confirmation that Didi was a Tech bro,…
Terver: It’s been twelve full moons, a Biden presidency and at least one additional Lori Harvey breakup since Ajoke last graced the blog with her presence. Ajoke: Oh wow! I didn’t realize it’s been that long. Terver: How would you? You’re too busy taking the dramatic decision to leave Instagram because we’re no longer cool…
Terver: I started first today, oh! Let me not hear pemmm Didi: I believe the word is “pim” or ‘fem’ Terver: Of course, you’d know so much about this, being a closet Davido stan Didi: I don’t know who that is. Terver: Lol! Guys, if you ever see “OBOLover001” on Twitter, it’s Didi’s burner account….
Didi: Wait…why must I always go first? Terver: Aren’t you the older one in this dynamic? I’m respecting my elders. Didi: I can use some disrespect, okay? Terver: Lemaooooo, invite me to your home and don’t give me food. You’ll see the real me then. Didi: Oh! I’m part Swed on my great grandmother’s side….
Didi: Hey, Hey, Hey! Terver: Because one ‘hey’ wasn’t enough? Didi: Actually 8 ‘hey’s’ are best, one for every month we’ve been MIA Terver: Eisshhh, I thought we were gonna skim past that. You know, toxic ex boyfriend style. Didi: I just want to say this is all Terver’s fault Terver: Awww i’ve missed this….
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