THE FRIEND ZONE
What is the friend zone?
Okay for starters she aint your friend if you find yourself here, it obviously means you like her and want something more than being just friends, and its not like you aint got female friends or that you wanna shag all the girls that are you friends…so the question is what is the friend zone
Let me break it down to you before you break your neck
The friend zone is a prison where only peeps like you are sent to
You can call her at 1am and tell her about how bad your day go, you can hang out with her six days straight in a row,shes your best buds,your guys are like siblings, best buddies, confidents all put together but the things is you want more and she is just ok with you being just that, Nobody
Not that she don’t value you enough but she is just not into you like that and don’t want more than that from you, explanation you are just good enough to open doors,wipe her tears when she cries, give her your shoulder to lean and cry on but nope you can’t get any reward… you reward is in heaven if theres a heaven for best friends you won’t even get there cause you wanna hit that too so no you are not a patriot you just like the rest of us who wanna hit that too. And chances are that some of us eventually will but for you nope…srry bro youre in the FZ…
if you find yourself here chances are that you put yourself there
not her so if you are looking for someone to blame start with you yes you not her
the funniest thing is it may or may not even exist but it does in your mind that’s the irony
you get her without ever know how it got to that
THE FRIEND ZONE
TEN WAYS TO REMAIN POOR
THIS IS HOW TO REMAIN POOR
1. Never wake up early…
Keep stretching & turning in bed until you get too hungry to continue dozing if there are no bedbugs,
why hurry to get up??
2. Never plan how to spend your money..
Whenever you get money, start spending it right away and when it’s finished, you try to count and
recall how you spent it..
3. Don’t think of saving until you have real big money…
How can you save when you earn so little?? Those telling you to save are not sympathetic to your
4. Don’t engage in activities usually reserved for the “uneducated “…
How can you a graduate
engage in petty trade or home based production?? That’s for people who never went to school.
5. Don’t think of starting a business until an angel comes from heaven & give U capital..
How do they expect U to invest before U get millions of dollars?? Even though more than half the
businesses in your town were started with a few hundred dollar, you as a smart person can only start with millions.
6. Complain about everything except your own attitude:
Blame the system the government& the banks that refuse to lend you money. They are all bad & do not want you to get rich.
7. Spend more than you earn.
To achieve this, buy consumer product on credit & keep borrowing from friends & employers.
8. Compete in dressing.
Make sure you wear the latest clothes among all workers in your offer..
Whenever your neighbour buys a new phone, u get one that is more expensive..
9. Get yourself a nice second hand car that costs more than three times your gross monthly pay..
10. Give your children everything they ask for since you’re such a loving parent. They should not
struggle for anything because you do not want them to suffer that way, they will grow up lazy & hence poor enough to ensure they can’t help you in old age…
THE ENTREPRENUERSHIP AND CAREER FAIR 2013
The abuja entreprenuership fair was held at the velodrome, National stadium by the city gate in Abuja on the 27th july 2013, the event which started by 10am was aimed at bringing small scale business owners to the venue to showcase thier products and services with the aim of providing the necessary tools needed for them to grow. The event was co organized by the united nations development department UNIDO and the following ministries, federal ministry of education(FME) Federal Ministry of labour and productivity(FMLP),Federal Ministry of Youth Development(FMYD) National Board of Technical Education (NBTE) National Committee on Job Creation (NCJC),Industrial Training Fund and a host of other stakeholders. Participants were expected to be seated at the event as stands were provided and small and medium enterprises were each given stands where unemployed graduates had on the spot interviews with the companies offering jobs, these companies were in turn given investment offers by larger companies who were co sponsors of the event.
When each participant arrives at the event venue they were directed to the registration booths and each assigned to a guide who takes you to you seats or company stand and the necessary events program and brochure handed over to you. Three chairs and a table along with access to power switch were provided to each stand as participants were encouraged to bring along promo materials and other roll up banners to promote their companies services.
Interview sessions were held for screened participants and jobs seekers for various jobs openings which began at about 11.00am to 1pm with a list of screened qualified participants given employment who had sent in their jobs requirements, as part of the benefits for attending the fair career solutions africa(key sponsors of the event) promised to send allotment of CVs of qualified candidates to companies who were willing to offer them jobs.
The event which was geared towards empowering youths and creating jobs opportunities was opened to the NATIONAL YOUTHS SERVICE CORPS(NYSC) a compulsory one year program for graduates from the Nigerian Universities, the event attracted a lot
of media attention as it was also aired on the National evening news reports,as it had in attendance the Minster for Youths Development,Minister of Commerce and industry PROFESSOR OLUSEGUN AGANGA as well as the Minister for Trade and Investment CHIEF SAMUEL ORTON.