A WORD FROM THE ADMIN II

adminI’d just like to regrettably inform you guys that I’ll be taking a short leave from updating Kito Diaries. It’d be for just a couple of days, hopefully. This is to help the transition currently in progress from the wordpress forum the blog is presently on, to kitodiaries.com.

Please, do kindly bear with me. It is my hope that my Sunday, KD will be back on, but this time, on the new site. Thanks as always for your readership.

KD’s Fashion Police: BET Awards 2015

Hey guys, its John Oceans again. Since my last post, I have met a guy, fallen in love, cheated on him and gotten dumped. So, I’m back on the market again. Any takers? *side eyeing PP*

Anyway, it was the BET awards last Sunday, and I was kinda, sorta disappointed with the Red Carpet. There was no Wow factor, nothing very breathtaking – like perhaps, a Kardashian getting a PhD. So, here’s my judgment of the Red Carpet. Check on it, and either send out arrest warrants for the offenders you agree with me or bail money for those you don’t.

THE GOOD

BET ZendayaZendaya Coleman

One word – Flawless, Amazing! Oh shoot, that’s two. Zendaya was all shades of fabulous in this dress. Yes, it’s a bit too short, but the former Patchouli-Oil-And-Weed starlet pulled it off!

BET RihannaRihanna

This girl is a star after my fashion heart – a style savant. What is amazing about Riri is that clothes that other women would look trashy in leave her looking classy. She can show up naked at an event and still look classy – Oh that’s right, she already did that. She is a star! Continue reading

Trivia From ‘Modern Family’

modern familyThis may or may not be a spoiler. It depends on how you see it after you’ve read it. 🙂

Two weekends ago, I did a marathon watching of Modern Family Season 6. And as all other seasons, this one had me in stitches from all the laughter. There is no end to how this extended family’s craziness delights me. And then, I watched the episode where Jay Pritchett and his son’s husband, Cameron Tucker went for a gay bowling match.

Now, Jay is a recovering ‘anti-homosexualist’. He is okay with the gays in his family, but every now and then, he gets queasy. So you can imagine his outrage when Cameron told him that the bowling match was a gay one, and that he’d have to pretend he is gay. Here’s a extract from there dialogue that I enjoyed and thought to share. Continue reading

Let’s Discuss . . . About Sex

Blog_Let's DiscussSo this KDian (a friend of mine who we shall call Fred) identifies as a Bottom in the bedroom. And recently, he’s being getting acquainted with someone. Fred lives in Calabar, and this potential hookup of his (named Iyke) lives in Enugu. They haven’t met, their flirtationship has been via BBM and Whatsapp. And even though work has made it often possible for Fred to travel to Enugu, he hasn’t made any concerted effort to see Iyke, in spite of admitting to an attraction for him.

So when I asked him what the problem was, he deadpanned: “He has a big dick and expects to fuck me for 45 minutes.”

I thought he was kidding; then he explained in detail. Apparently, during the progress of them getting to know each other, they talked about sex and their expectations. In between the swapping of dick-and-ass pictures, Iyke let on to Fred that he loves prolonged sex. According to him, he won’t stop banging away at an ass until at least forty-five minutes is past. This admission was very much to Fred’s displeasure, who quipped to me: “What does he think I have behind, a vagina? It’s an ass, and there’s only so much pounding I can take before it turns from pleasure to chore.” Continue reading

A CALL FOR WRITERS

CaptureWriters Anonymous NG (www.writersanonymous.com.ng) is part of the global Writers Anonymous brand (just kidding) and its sole purpose is to help writers “stay sober and help other writers to achieve perfection.”

We recommend that our writers and contributors remain anonymous. We also recommend that those representing WA NG avoid dogma and coercive hierarchies.

WA NG is “not organized in the formal or political sense”, and has no restriction on writers and contributors’ creativity.

Our anonymity is to enable our writers to get as controversial as they would like. Also, it creates a boundary between a writer and his/her work, as too often, appraising a writer’s work crosses the “thin” line into appraising the writer.

We would love to get writers that would love to contribute, bi-weekly, weekly, or bi-monthly. It could be fiction, non-fiction, poetry, prose, drama, etc.

Any interested person(s) should send an email to writersanonymousng@gmail.com with their first entry, pseudonym and how often he/she would like to submit an entry.

Follow us on twitter: @WritersAnonNG