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You don't meet girls like her every day.' Maria said she could not wait to say 'I do': 'One of my favorite things about him is how funny he is and how we just get each other.Being married is going to be just that much better.'The couple exchanged traditional wedding vows and Maria opted for an A-line, full-length gown by Enzoani featuring beaded Alencon and Chantilly lace.Wedding season is rapidly approaching (it's nearly summer, after all!) so we're forever on the hunt for appropriate wedding guest attire.Sadly, in Nigeria, I am told that Butt Pads for ladies are in high demand in the market. Because many young ladies want to have butts like Kim Kardashian. I tell you, Kim K has nothing on this woman’s butt and I wasn’t looking at her o.I need to ask why an African lady would want to put on artificial pads on what has naturally been padded from heaven. I was humming Tisha Cobbs ‘Break Every Chain’ when I saw her.It was the unbridled butt shaking of his dancing girls which tormented my poor, young innocent soul for years.
Would you say his eyes are a little small and his mid-face too long because I share these traits with him and have been told I look like him. who also seems to have a longer mid-face and smaller eyes.Everything with women’s fashion seems to bring out the shape of their butts these days. And for those who got it among the ladies, thank God for ‘butt’ering your bread.And the Kim Ks and Nikki Minajs are there to help you out, if you have any doubts. But when butts are being used now as weapons of distraction, Houston, we have a problem! Two days ago, at Garki 2, a young lady with well-formed hips came out of a building and stood by the road to flag down a taxi.The cutout dress is maroon in colour but we think this makes it the perfect party piece, especially during a summer wedding when the pastels will be out in abundance!If you fancy standing out from the crowd, why not consider a dress like Selena's?!
I am likely to concur with this because ever since I was born and all the years I was growing up, the only images of Yoruba women I could remember from the black and white music clips of those days and Owambe Parties, were images of some bad ass conservative butt shaking which never got one’s parents incensed enough to switch off the television lest we got ‘spoilt’ but would sooner ask us to close our eyes when images of oyinbos kissing came on the screen.