Entertainment of Saturday, 16 December 2017
I’m an unapologetic bachelor and I’m sorry that I’m not sorry about my single lifestyle.
If there’s anything my experiences have taught me, most married men regret getting married and most never stop chasing women.
Maybe this idiot who calls himself the African bachelor is too much to be contained in a marriage. Maybe I will get married one day.
Until then, I want to introduce you to a list of all the reasons why I love being a bachelor.
Enjoy this list and please do pass it on to your single friends or to your married ones who miss the single life.
You can eat all the jollof rice you want for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
You are allowed to carry more than 3 boxes of party food home, no questions asked
Speaking of party food, you will receive pity from the older women and they will pack more food for you. All you have to do is look sad and stare at the jollof rice and kebabs
You don’t have to scare anyone with your morning face and you don’t have to worry about being scared
If anyone criticizes your driving, you can tell them to get out of the car
You don’t have to panic when your phone rings after 9 pm
You can comment in peace on the social media posts of your hot female friends You never have to own or drive a minivan. Yayyyyy!
Your bathroom drain will never get clogged with Brazilian hair
You can watch *ahem* rated movies uninterrupted
You can flirt with anyone without feeling guilty
No in-laws. No need to elaborate on that one
Depending on who you marry, you may start paying school fees before you have your own kids
You never have to delete your internet history. Sweet!
You don’t have to lie to anyone. What a relief!
You never have to worry about someone throwing a frying pan at your head when you open your door
You can take comfort in watching hot women wobble at weddings for as long as you like
You get to do house chores naked
You can watch football all day. No one fights with you over the remote. Pure bliss!
You don’t have to panic about forgetting birthdays and anniversaries
You won’t have only married friends. That sh*t must be annoying
You can lie in bed in the morning for as long as you like without anyone bugging you
You can eat cereal in the morning without brushing your teeth
You don’t have to make up your bed every morning or change the sheets. What’s the point?
You don’t have to worry about anyone complaining about keeping your clean laundry in the basket for weeks. I hate folding clothes!
You don’t have to worry about any surprises when you open up the toilet seat
You can buy any grown-up toys you want without checking with anyone
Your cash is all yours and you don’t have to share
You can stay in the shower for as long as you want
You can sing in the shower as loud as you want
You don’t have to buy the same boring valentine’s gifts year after year
You can spread all over your bed
No one will eat the Golden Tree chocolate you’ve saved in the refrigerator
No one complains about the dirty floors at your place. You clean when you want
You can stay at work for as long as you want. No annoying calls from honey about when you’re getting home for dinner
You can stay out with your friends as long as you want
No one will use your toothbrush by accident or drop it in the toilet
You can eat late at night without feeling guilty
You can scream at the TV while watching football without scaring anyone
You can listen to your own music tunes and no one messes with the radio stations in your car
You know exactly how much money you have in your bank account
You don’t have to share wardrobe space
You don’t have to sit through those dreadful chick flicks and shows. No, thank you!
A fight won’t end up with you sleeping on the couch
Having married men admit that they’re jealous of your single life feels nice!
The silence and the peace of mind feels like heaven
You don’t have to delete your texts and call logs
You never have to buy air fresheners. You can stink up the place all you want
Lust won’t last forever. You don’t have to imagine sleeping with the same person for eternity
You never have to ask, “honey, are you okay?” No unexplainable mood swings to deal with
Don’t get me wrong; I’m not trying to shame husbands and fathers. I’m simply defending the men who can’t see themselves handcuffed to a wedding band.
If you put a ring on it, keep it on. For everyone else, I have this verse to share:
1 Corinthians 7
8 Now to the unmarried and the widows I say: It is good for them to stay unmarried, as I do. 9 But if they cannot control themselves, they should marry, for it is better to marry than to burn with passion.