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    Singoo mathas waliwafanyia nini?

    These single mothers choose crooks over good guys. I see even at workplace new ladies are warned of certain guys or even married guys by everyone but they don't listen. Not until they become single mothers. It is not the guy who made them pregnant who's at fault, they have themselves to blame...
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    Singoo mathas waliwafanyia nini?

    These single mothers choose crooks over good guys. I see even at workplace new ladies are warned of certain guys or even married guys by everyone but they don't listen. Not until they become single mothers. It is not the guy who made them pregnant who's at fault, they have themselves to blame...
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    Singoo mathas waliwafanyia nini?

    These single mothers choose crooks over good guys. I see even at workplace new ladies are warned of certain guys or even married guys by everyone but they don't listen. Not until they become single mothers. It is not the guy who made them pregnant who's at fault, they have themselves to blame...
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    Why marry if one will cheat?

    People marry for social validation purposes. I mean your marital status is a status. All your friends, enemies, relatives, colleagues etc want to know if you are married. You have to show them you are married.
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    Kutombewo bibi

    Worst of all if it is with an ordinary low class guy you despise. You'd be like at least she would have cheated on you with a better off guy; it would be a challenge for you to raise your standards. But a mediocre guy!!!!! It gets you thinking twice about the female species.
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    Tuuze Uji Fellow Kenyans

    There was a guy who used to sell libido booster moving from market to market. Most buyers were middle aged women who i think wanted to kickstart their dead marriages.
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    Empowering your kunguru

    Money and power does not make people rude - men or women- it only reveals their true character. Many humble and respectful guys you see out here are just poor and powerless, empower them and you'll see their true colours. They say asante ya punda ni mateke. They also say tenda wema nenda zako...
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    The destruction of the black genes

    Racism in Brazil is different from that in USA . In Brazil money can whiten or blacken you. If Neymar is poor he's black if he becomes rich he's white. Just like in Kenya where most models actors tv presenters are lightskins in Brazil being lighter gives you an advantage. Being white is a social...
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    The destruction of the black genes

    Look at people like pele, chelsea's ramires, vinicius jr of real Madrid they are pure black. The first capital of Brazil was Salvador and it still has the characteristics of the original Brazil. Today it is the fourth largest city in Brazil having been ursuped by rio, Sao Paulo as the...
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    The destruction of the black genes

    Racial whitening is real. In Brazil only 4% of the population can be said to be black but up to 80% have black genes in some way or another. In the 1800s more than 50% of the Brazil population was black and majority of the rest was biracial. Then the government started a racial whitening...
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    kaQuarter Life Crisis is Real.

    I feel you. Five years since you left campus nothing you learnt for a fuckin 16-18 years in school adds up. Nothing your parents/teachers kept telling you makes sense. Everything you discussed with your schoolmates back in the days looks like fantasy. Quarter life crisis it is. I am in the same...
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    First Impression of the British About Nandi

    I can now understand why my grandfather used to refer to kalenjins as lumbwa and why they hated that name.
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    Elders Beware!!

    I was told to open an account with sh23000 and I will given stock of soap and toothpaste worth the same amount. The toothpaste was going for 3k per tube and soap 1k per piece. I asked them who was going to buy toothpaste for 3k (even if it was herbal) when Colgate was going for sh120. They told...
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    Elders Beware!!

    I was confusing achievers and aim global. Aim global ndio walikuwa wanauza toothpaste na soap?
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    Elders Beware!!

    I almost joined back in 2017 but realized they were cons since they were more interested in me opening an account and introducing friends than selling their products. Imagine going for an interview as a salesman but nobody is interested in how much sales you'll make; they just want you to give...
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    A young man. He needs a second chance

    Did you understand what he meant?
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    Women need to learn to love themselves the way men love themselves

    Wahi kuwa jobless for 2 plus years - ile kuchapa utachapa you'll know your employer is doing you a favour by hiring you.
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    What do you wish you knew or did in early 20s

    I wish i knew there is nothing wrong with disrespecting your parents. Our times are not like their times. There is no need of pleasing people who who can't add or subtract anything from your life. There is nothing wrong with lying or stealing unless you get caught. There is nothing wrong with...
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    corona imenionyesha maneno

    The problem is that we forgive but don't forget. If you forgive and forget you are giving her the opportunity to harm you again.
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    18+ my struggles

    Unaeza. Just go slow. First week wacha pornography kabisa. Second week stop soft porn- erotic or nude music videos/movies. Third week stop masturbation. Then fourthly within one to three months stop lanyes.

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