I feel like screaminnnnnnnngggg, we had a girl’s hangouuuuuuutt!!!!!
But calm down, no rush read the post, I go give una all the tori
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So, to our semi-impromptu girls’ hangout. You all know how it is ke, mhen the hustle is real and you seldom have enough time to chat, hang out and catch up with friends. Then suddenly, opportunity just shows face. Abeg, na to run seize am ni oh. Our hang out started with attending Fricking Moment. Fricking Moment is a comedy show that happens in Ibadan, Nigeria. This particular edition had musical performance from Boiz Olorun and comedy performances from Woli Arole, Asiri comedy, Woli AAgba, Dele, Dr Smile, Tru Talk and Dr Frick.
I practical laughed myself out. Then we had a sleep over, although we didn’t sleep until past 2am. Don’t judge #smileyface we had plenty gist to catch up on. We crowned the hang out with a movie at the cinema.
All this was planned less than 12 hours, and we had super fun. By the way, am blessed with great and amazing friends. I celebrate everyone and group of friends I have. These babies are beautiful inside out.
The main gist for today is our girl’s trip to the cinemaaaaa where we watched GIRLS TRIP.
It is an American comedy film directed by Malcolm D. Lee and written by Kenya Barris and Tracy Oliver, from a story by the pair and Erica Rivinoja, who based the script off their own experiences with their female friends. Girls Trip premiered on June 14, 2017 at the American Black Film Festival in Miami, and was theatrically released in the United States on July 21, 2017, by Universal Pictures and its currently showing in cinemas all over Nigeria.
Girls Trip stars Regina Hall, Queen Latifah, Tiffany Haddish, Jada Pinkett Smith, Larenz Tate and Mike Colter and several others.
The movie tells the adventure, challenges and experiences of four lifelong friends on a long-overdue weekend getaway trip to New Orleans for the annual Essence Music Festival. Their sisterhood is rekindled and wild sides are rediscovered, with nights of partying, hook-ups and bad decisions, as well as raw and vulnerable moments that strengthen their bond.
I loved the movie, it was fun, adventurous and emotional, like we even cried at some points while watching the movie. I was glad I went in company of this set of friends aka #AssociationOfExs. Don’t ask question oh. Some folks can relate. These babies are beautiful inside out.). Beyond the comedy and adventure in the movie, I picked 5 lessons from the movie which are;
- Quantity friendship is important. (Keep friends that you can be real with).
- You have to be sincere with yourself
- No one can bring you down without your permission.
- Truth liberates
- Don’t pretend around people that can help you.
Have you seen the movie, if yes, tell me your favorite scene. If no, abeg, go watch the movie, and please go in company of your friends.
And hey girls, lets state planning our formal girls trip. I love y’all.
Enjoy some of the memories we captured below……
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