Documenting the style-scape of Lagos, Nigeria




I grew up with a father who spoke exceptionally good English and fluent Latin. 
He was in the military, had fought in a few wars, was a first class student in school, at work and life.

He had zero tolerance to poor grammar, spoken and written.

He died 16 years ago but his legacy lives.

I cannot even begin to imagine how he would react to the current "text-speak" epidemic. Nobody wants to spell "you" anymore. It's all "Luv u" and "Ow r u"... what do these people do with all the time they save anyway?

If you text me with that, I cannot reply. 
Okay I can. I mean I'm not disabled. 
But I will not.

Let's keep proper grammar sexy.

In speech and in text.

Till death do us part. 


1 comment:

  1. Braids are gooooorgeous!😍😍😍😍😍