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Now, before anyone comes for me — I was young, fine as hell and very hot-blooded when what happened … happened. Blame those things, not me.
When I was in 300 Level, I had the most unbelievably gorgeous girlfriend. We had been dating for a while and I swear on anything, I was 100% faithful to her —
… For the first month.
After that, it was wilding out and about.
On the day in question, she drove to my BQ in Computer ( Bayajida), Unilag with one of her friends. She wanted to do one of those terrible, on-the-spot, ‘I miss my boyfriend‘ visits. No warning whatsoever.
Only problem is, at the time, I was in my room consummating a conquest that had taken me two months to achieve.
Thankfully, my boys were seated outside when she came through. A quick text to me and I put my phone on DND.
They convinced her I had just popped out to see a friend off and should be back soon. Taking her to the room adjacent to mine, they entertained her while I finished with my entertainment.
When I was done, I asked my em… friend, to remain in the room while I went to get us ‘food’ for the night. A quick text to my friends telling them I was headed to theirs and I was good.
I entered the room and pretended to be surprised to see her there. After explaining that my phone service had been down for the whole evening, I was able to convince her and her friend to drive us into campus to get dinner on my tab. Oh, the extra pack I bought was in case I got hungry later that night.
After making sure my girlfriend returned to her hostel and texting her a big thank you for coming through, I returned to my room to feed my dinner and eat her out too.
Eventually, my relationship ended.
We’re still cool though and from time to time, we hang out. But I will never, ever confess what happened that evening to her.