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13 Comments on "The UK Prime Minister, His Pig, And What Their Affair Has To Do With You."


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Naa
April 21, 2015

POWERFUL!!!
I sang/read “oh what pigs were sleeping with” to the tune of “oh what needless pain we bear” from the song “What a friend we have in Jesus”
We’re and EASTER people and we definitely must live as such!!!!

April 22, 2015

You know i’m only now realizing that they go papa.They go o! Are you a choir director? :-)

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nife
April 6, 2015

true oo. For some wierd reason that doesn’t make sense, instead of ”His goodness with all those purity strings attached”, we prefer Russian roulette and worldly pleasures with its terms and conditions. this is really awesome…

April 9, 2015

Thanks Nife. Since I’ve become addicted to reading your thoughts, no stopping oo, aanh.

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Amanda
April 5, 2015

Haha Ben. You read my post on tall girls. Ei who is that kokonsa bird? Lol. Happy Easter

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Amanda
April 4, 2015

“We pay for cars He’s bought us,
endure terrible abusive relationships
when the perfect person’s doing quiet
time in His bossom. It’s so needless;
the sacrifices we make. He made the
ultimate one about this time a couple
of centuries back” The sacrifices we make are needless ampa. Wonderful piece.

April 4, 2015

Hiiiiiiii Miss Tall & Gorgeous. lol. So some konkonsa bird tells me we have a mutual friend? Awesome! Happy Easter Didi

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naana
April 3, 2015

Great piece Ben. God bless you bro.

April 4, 2015

Thanks Naana. I’m so glad you liked it.

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Elsie Quayson
April 3, 2015

BEEEEEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! you mentioned SHARK TANK so I ended up reading “oh what pigs we’re sleeping with” in MR. WONDERFUL’S voice.Lol! GOD BLESS YOU BEN!

April 4, 2015

Lol. That’s a rib cracker. Mr. Wonderful would just kill it! Happy Easter Elsie. Thanks for stopping by.

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Akua Agbobli
April 3, 2015

This was so powerful! Thanks so much! Somehow got hooked to your blogs after reading ‘Sewing a kaba and slit with one yard!’ Coincidentally our church’s theme this year is ” Greater Things” and the timing was right on! Keep writing!

April 4, 2015

I exceptionally love that you wrote Akua. Not just because you ffiinnaalllyy got around to saying ‘hi’, but also because it’s encouraging. And that’s something there’s never excess of. Thank you.