Wedding Prisoner

On their wedding night, the bride told her husband:

“Honey, am a virgin and I don’t know anything about sex,
Can you explain it to me first so I don’t embarrass you?”
OK, sweetheart. Putting it simply we will call your part “the prison” and call mine “the prisoner”.
So what we do is put the prisoner in the prison. As simple as that.And so they made love for the first time.
The bride found it pleasurable and soon both were tired, lying facing the ceiling, smiling with satisfaction.
Suddenly the bride giggled and came closer with a suggestion: “Honey the prisoner seems to have escaped.”
Turning to her side he replied: “Then we will have to re-imprison him”
After the second time they lay exhausted. But just as the guy was reaching out for his towel to visit the bathroom the bride had another observation: “Honey, the prisoner is out again.”

The man turned and faced her with a surprise look.
“What did you say”
“Honey the prisoner escaped again.”
He couldn’t believe it. He had married a machine. He found himself yelling at her;
“Hey girl let him escape. Nobody said this was going to be a life imprisonment.”

Author: dejiolowe

Adédèjì is the founder of Lendsqr, the loan infrastructure fintech powering lenders at scale. Before this, he led Trium Limited, the corporate VC of the Coronation Group, which invested in Woven Finance, Sparkle Bank, Clane, and L1ght, amongst others. He has almost two decades of banking experience, including stints as the Divisional Head of Electronic Banking at Fidelity Bank Plc. He drove the turnaround of the bank’s digital business. He was previously responsible for United Bank for Africa Group’s payment card business across 19 countries. Alongside other industry veterans, he founded Open Banking Nigeria, the nonprofit driving the development and adoption of a common API standard for the Nigerian financial industry. Beyond open APIs, Adédèjì works deeply within the fintech ecosystem; he’s the board chairman at Paystack. Adédèjì is a renowned fintech pundit and has been blogging on technology and payments at since 2001.

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