TMIND

Most girls can write thousands of words about their past relationships. Others, like your hostess Good Naija Girl, have to settle for talking about the men I never dated (TMIND). I hope you enjoy reading about these close calls.

The men I never dated – McDonalds meeting
Can a first date at McDonald’s ever be a good sign?

The men I never dated – it started with the blog
The one that got away, then things got awkward.

The men I never dated – the one with the same last name
I guess it’s a bad sign when the only reason you’d consider dating the guy is so that you don’t have to change your last name if you got married!

The men I never dated – back in the days of msn chat (Part I)
What happens when you let good looks sway you.

The men I never dated – back in the days of msn chat (Part II)
Part II of what happens when you let yourself be blinded by looks: you end up looking like a pathetic fool, that’s what!

The men I never dated – I met him at a Nigerian party
The first guy who actually seemed interested in getting to know me after seeing me: no online stuff first, just Good Naija Girl who was feeling particularly hot that night.

The men I never dated – he wanted to be penpals
This guy is a true TMIND because I never even wanted to date him. Somehow he got the wrong idea though.


5 Responses to “TMIND”

  1. 1 meeee

    girrllll, i love your blog!!! is there an email address to reach you at? i think ive got some useful resources for you. thanks. muah!

  2. 2 elvisblog

    I can’t help coming back again and again to view your blog entries, you’re great gal.

  3. 3 michael

    that is life, everyone has his or her experiences about life


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