I remembered the day my dad told Okoye that we are travelling back to the city. our gate man cried like a child, chaii! I realized from that day even at 10years my pu-ssy is coated with sugar that can drive any man insane, my dad was praising me that am a good girl to make a whole grown up young man to cry when I will be leaving the village, tru tru I be real good girl for on top bed.
Our elders will say a man who doesn’t return home to put off the fire that he used in cooking will not realize when his home will get burnt. Back to Sade, we quickly became friends and seat-mate immediately she registered in our school. I was asking how she own a phone and also be able to buy lot of things during break-time, she claimed is one of her uncle that was called Linus that has a mechanic workshop along the road, during break-time Sade will take me to Linus’s shop and they will ask me to sit under a tree while they will go inside the workshop. And when they came out Sade will be wiping her sweaty face and adjusting her skirt.
Anytime I ask Sade wetin them dey do inside the workshop, she go just tell me say I be small girl when I grow-up. I go know, small girl kwa? I no blame her. There was a day Sade didn’t come to school, on my own I went to visit Linus’s workshop. he asked of Sade I told him she didn’t make it to school that particular day.
Me: uncle Linus oh!
Linus: Gift, wetin happen?
Me: nothing oh, ehem.. show me that thing wey you dey always show my friend Sade anytime we come your shop.
Linus: you too small for that kind thing oh, make you grow up small.
Me: I no be small pikin oh, I don see plenty things.
Linus: you sure?
Me: yes, just show me. I no go tell anybody, I swear.
Uncle Linus took me to the mechanic shop where lots of tools were scattered around the store-room, the place smelt of machine oil. And few machine and motor parts, he removed tools on the table and laid almost clean wrapper on the table, Linus was a tall slim man. I could reach him around his elbow then in my height.
Linus: shebi you wan see wetin I dey show Sade *I nod* pull your skirt.
Me: *I giggle like school girl* only?
Linus: yes, after you pull am. Lie down on top of the table.
I pulled my skirt off and climbed the table, I laid on the table. Linus came over my legs side and separated my legs forcefully, he pulled my pan*t off my waist and allowed it hanging on my right leg. He then inserted two fi-ngers inside my puna, he was surprised I could take his two fin-gers as small as I am.
He then brought out a long thick di-ck, I wonder why slim guys always have long kulikuli. It was very long that I was even scared that it will not enter, Uncle Linus coated his di-ck with his spits and thru-sted in, he was just pounding and fu-cking very fast and hard. I was just wiggling and begging him to stop that it is sweeting me too much, he groaned and sweated on his face because he didn’t pull his mechanic uniform.
Uncle Linus pounded me till I saw many stars before he cu-mmed inside me breathing heavily, he groaned loud before I felt that familiar warm sticky feelings inside me. He gave me his face towel and I cleaned myself up, I wore back my pa-nt and school skirt.
Linus: this your own sweet well well oh, you even sweet pass Sade.
Me: talk truth.
Linus: I swear, I never taste the type of your toto for my life.
Me: okay na, I wan go before break-time go finish.
Linus: abeg, dey come oh! no come with Sade oh! I like your own pass her. Take this money buy something.
I didn’t take the money because money wasn’t my problem, my dad provided everything I needed. So from that day henceforth I will first visit Linus mechanic workshop before going to school, and he didn’t disappoint. He will lavish and give it to me very hot on the table, with time Sade knew about my escapade with Linus. The girl beat me ehnn.. I no know the idiot wey go tell her. Sade warned me several times not to go to Linus workshop.
Our Elders say can you take a thirsty child to the stream and expect him not to drink from the stream?. but I refused, I still went there to receive Linus’s long kulikuli, before we wrote our second term Examination Sade stopped coming to school and rumour had it that she was pregnant and her father chased her out of the house.
The term ended and I took my report card home, that day my father was at home.
Dad: Gift, you carry fifty out of fifty!? Jesus Christ!!