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Friday, 19 May 2017

9 VICES WE INSTALL IN YOUNG GIRLS THAT SCREWS WITH THEIR MULIEBRITY

Ever conversed with a grown-ass woman and was left wondering; How thick can she be? Is this how all women are like? Isn’t she a definite shame to all women?

I have to confess, some of the things that come out of our mouths are painful to listen to.  But hey, before you start flaunting your egotistical self, how about we start from the beginning -  when you unconsciously turned a superbly intelligent girl into a worthless, naive and senseless woman by making her believe these myths?
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1. THERE IS ONLY 1 MAN FOR EVERY 3 WOMEN, SO YOU'VE GOT TO LEARN TO SHARE:
I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve heard both men and women use this line.  Such are the statements that ‘force’ girls to be okay with the idea of being second or third wives or mistresses because, no matter what they do or how they do it, they’ll never be enough men to marry all of them.

The FACT is, the entire world’s population ratio of men to women is 101 males to 100 females.  In Kenya, the ratio is the same (101:100) up to the age of 65 when it drops slightly to 84:100.

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

#FLEABAG - A Disturbingly Funny Comedy you Got to be Watching

"You know that feeling when a guy you like sends you a text at two o’clock on a Tuesday night asking if he can come and find you, and you’ve accidentally made it out like you’ve just got in yourself, so you have to get out of bed, drink half a bottle of wine, get in the shower, shave everything, dig out some Agent Provocateur business - suspender belt, the whole bit - and wait by the door until the buzzer goes?  
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And then you open the door to him like you’ve forgotten he’s coming over.  And then you get to it immediately.  After some pretty standard bouncing, you realize…he’s edging towards your a******e.  But you’re drunk and he made the effort to come all the way here, so you let him.  He’s thrilled!  And then the next morning, you wake, to find him, fully dressed, sat on the side of the bed, gazing at you.  He says that ‘last night was incredible’.  …which you think is an overstatement but then he goes on to say that ‘it was particularly special because I’ve never managed to actually up the bum with anyone before.  And although it’s always been a fantasy of mine, I’ve never found anyone I could do it with.’ (To be fair, he does have a large p***s).  And then, he touches your hair, and thanks you with a genuine earnest.  It’s sort of moving.  Then he kisses you gently, and then he leaves.  And you spend the rest of the day wondering, ‘Do I Have a Massive A******e?"

Friday, 31 March 2017

Why an ALL-WHITE Wedding is More of a Mistake than an Elite Affair

It’s one of those trends that’s picking up pretty fast yet, one that ought to be smashed before it screws up the uniqueness and exquisiteness associated with and given to weddings and the bride: AN ALL WHITE THEMED WEDDING.
Though we can all agree that an all white themed wedding presents a modern feel, looks luxurious and presents an elite kind of feel, it has loads and loads of downsides.

Monday, 13 February 2017

THRILL OF A LIFETIME - Water Rafting at the Sagana

Raging waters, dangerous water animals, probable drowning, wild animals roaming freely into your tent in the dead of the night…  If these are the kinds of things that gets you thrilled, you definitely need to give a shot at water sporting events, or, to be more specific, white water rafting.

Friday, 3 February 2017

Western Stereotypes Kenyans are More than Done With

Sidney Sheldon’s Rage of Angels is the first international novel I came across that mentioned Kenya, precisely Kenyan coffee.  My, wasn’t I excited!  I recall experiencing the same level of excitement whenever the name Kenya was mentioned in a book, film, commentary or even when an international news network showed Nairobi's weather forecast.

It’s a phase I believe, that makes us feel flattered whenever a white dude mentions us, or acknowledges one of our own.  But then, when that phase passes, you realize that it wasn’t flattery but a form of stereotype, or ignorance.  And, when this time comes, you start wondering, are these people really ignorant, or are they stupid?  

Of the numerous stereotypes Kenyans are more than done with, these are the top seven:
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#1. THAT COUNTRY CALLED AFRICA: