January has an extra 20 days, so we know you’ll have to spend wisely this December. But this doesn’t mean you can’t have any fun. If you want to have a Detty December without spending all your money in the bank and then some, we know all the places you should be at this month.

Your imagination

Your overactive imagination is already on overdrive, thinking up different ridiculous situations and making you delusional,  so you might as well put it to great use this December. Let your delusion lead you to the best time of your life.

King’s Fest

Devon King’s is throwing a party for their customers at the low low cost of zero naira. All you’ll have to do is register online and come ready to have a swell time 

King’s Fest is  brought to you by Devon King’s and will be happening at Ikeja City Mall on the 16th of December. There’ll be a ton of fun activities; you don’t want to miss it. What’s more? You might even make new besties or meet a potential life partner there. Before we forget, there is a chance that you win electronic items, too. However you look at it, it’s a win-win.

 A children’s party

Let’s explain. If you play Santa Claus at a children’s party the heat might finish you in that suit, but you’ll have a fun time, free food and drinks, and you’ll still get paid. You’re welcome.

A stranger’s wedding 

If you haven’t gotten the memo yet, everyone and their daddy are getting married this December. We suggest you wear your adult shoes, get dressed on a Saturday, find your way to the nearest event center, and gatecrash the hell out of weddings this month. Just make sure you avoid the bouncers so they don’t throw you out on your ass.

Your house

If you think about it, all you really need to have a good time is yourself, so we suggest you fight the boredom, look around your house, find all the things that’ll spark joy and do just that.


If you love the fun and thrill of traffic drama, then that is just the place for you. Take a ride to the supermarket or something, play loud music and watch the people in your city act up and out.

Family gatherings 

Yes, they might make comments you won’t like and end up pissing you off, but you’ll have a good 5-10 minutes before that starts, so make good use of it.


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