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Heyy there!
My name is Olaitan Bobade (You get the Laitanbee thingy now?) . I'm introverted though there's a thin line between my introvert and extrovert self ;it can break anytime. I'm a VERY inquisitive person and at the same time, quite reserved . Contradictory yeah? I know right.
 I enjoy reading. I read almost anything but I try to avoid reading biographies and autobiographies. I'm an ice-cream junkie. I think it's so ironic that I have a sweet tooth and I'm studying Nutrition and Dietetics. I'll try not to dwell on that.
 I'm a 'Let-us-pray' kind of girl if that makes any sense to you. LOL. I love to observe and solve mysteries.  I like to think I'll make a great detective (in another life) . Helping others to fulfill their dreams make me happy.


 
 I'm a student and this blog for me is a healthy distraction. You know there are some of us who would rather write down our feelings, thoughts and all that than talk about it. I really hope that someday, I'll be able to strike a balance between the two.

Once in a while, I contribute on Kamdora.com . Check out my Beauty post on why your skin still isn't  clear and what to do about it HERE
Fashion post on risks you should take in the fashion world HERE
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Comments

  1. Nice and great introduction!
    I does really likes to read also in which i do have stories written in hardcopy whilst the softcopy is via my blog at TuhamWorld.Com
    Nice blog you've had here

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  2. Wow, I am really glad to read this, nice Intro

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  3. Would you classify yourself as someone who takes life easy and is God fearing? 'cause i am looking for a bride and i saw you in my dream? call me let us hook up 09009009009. Nice blog btw i'm impressed.

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  4. Hi, Olaitan! You had be me at "let us pray" kinda girl! Lol!
    I really like the tone of your blog. It's very chilled out and introspective.
    Best wishes with school! For the record, in that other life, we could very well both be detectives.

    Pagesbyike

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  5. Hi Olaitan! You had me at "let-us-pray" kinda girl. Lol
    I really like the tone of your blog. It's very chilled out and introspective.
    Best wishes with school!
    For the record, in that other life, we could very well both be detectives.

    Pagesbyike.com

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