Nigerians have taken to Twitter to react hilariously to a post made by a man who complained about his Uber driver after he texted him ‘I don Show’ upon his arrival at his premises.
In his post, the man simply updated a screenshot of the message from the driver, and users on the platform not only had a good laugh, but gave their own suggestions on what the driver should have texted the client.
See the post
See reactions below:
*** “Dear Pigin NoDoMe,
I have arrived at your residence in timely fashion and I am currently awaiting your presence. I hope this meets your piquancy.
*** As opposed to “Here I am to worship Here I am to bow down Here I am to say that You’re my God”?????
*** No mind am. He suppose attach letter headed paper with international passport and two passport photographs.
*** “Hear ye my prince, the golden chariot you ordered for is presently awaiting your glorious appearance in front of the Forbidden Kingdom”
*** Oh thou that commandeth my services, I make it known unto thee that I tarry in earnest expectation at the entrance of thine home
*** See the kind Uber drivers wey I dey find, I no dey like those ones wey dey form formal aswr
*** Them go dey call me sir, me wey nah discount code I use order the ride
*** The only problem here is that he didn’t add “Dear Sir” before the “I don show”. He should have also added “Warm Regards” at the end.
*** If I get this, I know I’m definitely going to enjoy the ride and even collect his number
*** No he’s meant to enter the house, bow down and carry boss to the car bridal style
*** Dear Sire Hafiz, My soul trembles so dire to approach thee but approach I must to bestow your consciousness with this seemingly trifle but cogent information that my chariot hath arrive unto thy castle. I humbly await my Lordship’s arrival. Your Humble servant.