Kisa Tople

For single peeps like myself, this Vals day is going to be one of the boring days for me. Perhaps i will need to be indoors from morning till evening but that is only if the Electricity Company Of Ghana (E.C.G) will give me light through out the day and night.

Oops, i forgot, i have invites to several events on Vals night and its obvious i will attend these events all by myself. Gosh where is she?

I was just thinking of what to do, just in case i become the odd (single) dude amongst my friends and these few ideas came in to mind.

You can pick a thing or two from it and try it on 14th February 2015.

1. Print out some photos of your ex, take them down to a pier, rip them in pieces and scatter them in the Bay.

I am not actually endorsing littering, or pollution, but I also can not endorse lighting them on fire during a drought.

Dont look at your ex’s pictures and reminisce some of the good old days because its a suicide to do that. DON’T SAY I DIDN’T TELL YOU.

2. Go do some exercise.

If you’re the athletic type, and especially if you’re newly single, this could do you good, Give yourself some exercise cause to have your heart broken. And not just broken; shattered, into itsy bitsy tiny little pieces, by a girl who never loved you and never will. It might just get you in the best shape of your life.

Dont be expecting a surprise txt message on your phone from your ex because it’s not coming. DON’T SAY I DIDN’T TELL YOU.

3. Begin your bender on Thursday, and by Sunday you’ll barely remember a thing.

Again, I’m not encouraging unsafe behavior. But let’s say you’re a gay male and you enjoy a quirky dance party now and again. You could have a few beers, perhaps make out with someone, perhaps even go home with someone, then lather, rinse, and repeat on Friday

And then spend Saturday day-drinking and pass out happily in your bed by 7 p.m.!

Dont be stalking your ex that day because his/her new boo can ruin your holiday in seconds. DON’T SAY I DIDN’T TELL YOU.

4. Go to that pillow fight thing.

It’s big. It’s messy. It’s youthful. The cops and clean-up crew hate it. But if you’ve never been, by all means.

Dont do pillow fighting with someone’s partner because it will be a waste of time to do that. DON’T SAY I DIDN’T TELL YOU.

5. Eat your way through it.

I’m not advocating taking yourself on any dates. But there are a few places and events where you can bring a friend, and you aren’t likely to be faced with roomfuls of happy/pretend-happy couples doing their V-Day due diligence before going home to have routine, joyless sex. You can also eat yourself to stupor or you can probably grab a seat at the bar or a communal table and chow down on some of her Mulato chile-braised short ribs before blacking out on margaritas.

Dont take pictures of your diet just to tease him/her because that alone can lead to forever block. DON’T SAY I DIDN’T TELL YOU.

6. Go hide out at the movies and cry.

It’s a good night for movies, and you surely have a friend who can go with you if you prefer not going to the movies by yourself. Get yourself to the Silverbird Cinemas and watch a cool action movie.

Dont, under any circumstances see Romeo & Juliet. If you do, then you’ll be emotionally assassinated. DON’T SAY I DIDN’T TELL YOU.

7. Seriously, it’s going to be beautiful out there. Get over yourself.

It’s going to be sunny and 70 all weekend. Everybody’s going to be in a good mood except for your roommate Bill who’s never in a good mood and who still reads the Drudge Report.

Go to the beach with a gang and build a bonfire when the sun goes down. Go up to wine country. Go volunteer at a homeless shelter to prove that there are people who are way worse off than you (and just because it’s a worthwhile thing to do on days that aren’t Thanksgiving).

I don’t know. It’s going to be fine, alright? We’ll get through this you and I. We always do.

JUST SAY I TOLD YOU SO..

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