I think , no I’m pretty sure that I’m in love
Y’all are not ready
Going deep in T minus
I’m in love with the word “OHO”
(False alarm Mum, nothing to see here)
I just love how it encompasses everything I want to say when I’m tired of talking. Yes, I actually get tired of talking. Yes it’s a thing, (look up tiredness, fatigue etc)
My life is so uncomplicated with the word oho. It is particularly useful when replying to texts but used in real life situations. I use it to express all sorts of emotions. Allow me to show you :
In real life
At the supermarket queue
Person: Excuse me can I cut the queue, I’m in a rush
Me: Oho *ignores request*
When I want to swear at someone but have to be diplomatic
Person: do you write tutorial blogs on eyebrow shaping?
Me: Oho over there, thank you
When your ex texts you
Ex person: I miss/still love you
Ex person: what does that mean?
Me: oho means Oho and oho *ignores other messages and/or blocks contact*
When you take part in the Hello challenge
When someone on my social media says Zambian women are gold diggers
Oho can express excitement too for example
When I receive that beautiful text from my bank when money goes in
When I wake up in the morning and realize its Saturday
When I dream up yet another insane hairstyle I want to try out
When I watch a new episode of How to Get Away with Murder
or, my favourite..
Oho pretty much saves me from wasting a whole lot of time, incurring bad karma and helps me let go of things much quicker that I normally would if I get into confrontations or ask people why they do what they do.
Oho is deep breath in, deep breath out.
oho is my come back to everything.
oho loves me and I love oho.
Oho is my Aha Moment
Oho is bae.
Thank you for reading, have an Oho day.