LETTER TO THAT BROTHER WHO IS CONVINCED BUT WANTS TO QUIT AFTER A RED CARD; THE SAME REFEREE THAT GAVE YOU A RED CARD CAN GIVE YOU A PENALTY IF YOU STEP UP YOUR GAME BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE

LETTER TO THAT BROTHER WHO IS CONVINCED BUT WANTS TO QUIT AFTER A RED CARD; THE SAME REFEREE THAT GAVE YOU A RED CARD CAN GIVE YOU A PENALTY IF YOU STEP UP YOUR GAME BY MASTERPIECE DAVID OLAWADE.

Dear Bobo,

If you really follow CR7, the football legend, you could be familiar with the fact that a referee that once gave me red card later game him a penalty some day. Ronaldo accepted the red card, used the moment of suspension to restrategize and stepped up the game. When he was privileged again to be on the field with the same referee, the referee consented to his conviction in grand style.

It’s only a player that doesn’t have clear prospects in a tournament that would give up in a tournament that he is not playing again because he received a red card during a particular match.

Brother, I know you are downcast that the Bae gave you a red card after all your convictions and confirmations. I know you felt disappointed that you prayed and you were led to propose to her. I know you even saw her in your dreams but the only thing she could imagine that you deserve is a “NO”.

Padi, don’t go and drink “battery water” because you are still feeling embarrassed that she gave you a “NO” for that proposal. Don’t consider jumping into the well because you think you would not be able to withstand her friends getting to know about it.

If you consider doing any of these negative actions, don’t be surprised that if you die on her matter, another brother would still propose to her on the day of your funeral. It may even be during the ceremony. Calm down baba, something positive can still happen.

Before you make the decision to behave like some players do, don’t shout back at the referee during the match because she gave you a red card. She may make you feel the match is over for you at that moment but I want you to know that the tournament is still on and she is still in the tournament.

Maintain and cultivate a good relationship with her because she can start to develop interest in your prospect later.

Like VAR (Video Assistance Referee) at the world cup, the Holy Ghost is the VAR in this tournament and he can replay your matter to her again and she can get back to you or prepare for you to get another opportunity if you persist.

I know you cried after the red card as you comforted yourself with the words; “men don’t cry, they only shield tears”. Padi, whether it’s a cry or tears, I just know say water comot for your eyes.

I know you have started deleting her pictures on your phone. Yeye, as if you can erase her image from your heart. Lol, as you read this letter you can still see the pictures of this Princess Charming, she is freshly fair like “Mammador Groundnut Oil” and you still can’t tell why you can’t lose your feelings for her.

This moment of your suspension, use it to pray to win her heart, appreciate her and restrategize. Let her know, you won’t relent on her matter and the tournament is still on. This game is “WHO WANTS TO BE A BAETONAIRE”, don’t walk away. Use other live lines, call a friend or tell the Holy Ghost to remove things in her that is not making you the answer in her heart.

She actually saw your proposal as a hard tackle that deserves a red card hopefully because she never saw it coming, she wasn’t prepared for it or she never expected it from you. Don’t give up bro., she can still award you a penalty to compensate you of your desires.

If she eventually gives you a penalty, please don’t play the penalty to “throw in”. Don’t despise her concern and care for you. Take advantage of the chance positively, don’t use it as a pay back moment for giving you a red card earlier. Don’t try to prove that you don’t deserve a red card earlier by making her feel she is at your mercy. You didn’t only demand her, you deserve her and she does too.

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