The demands for a modest lifestyle put women under pressure to keep their secret lives from the public view. It seems that the world truly revolves around women and things that men do and get scot-free with, women are not so lucky to escape such things.
A Nigerian lady named ETUKMMA took to Twitter to share her embarrassing experience while crossing the road. She explained how she tried crossing the road, only to find out that her 'toy' had fallen in the middle of the road. The experience was not a pleasant one, neither was it funny because of the sensitivity of the issue.
According to her, the embarrassment sprang out of the fact that some cars had to stop for her to return to pick up her toy, not that alone, even 'Okada' men started cheering her. This was what made her "feel like disappearing".
No lady would want to experience what ETUKMMA experienced because the circumstance looks like a revealer of something secret. A note of advice for ladies, please be more careful with your private things, so that this sort of embarrassment does not come to you.
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