Dilemma, will they judge me?

Princebushy

Village Elder
#1
You are lucky to sit next to a fine lady and everyone is looking at you to see how you will handle the situation or you are seated at the back of a shuttle and the lady is in the middle should you go first or let the other guy start a conversation? Hii uoga ya kuitwa fisi inanimaliza:(
 

Delus

Village Elder
#11
You are lucky to sit next to a fine lady and everyone is looking at you to see how you will handle the situation or you are seated at the back of a shuttle and the lady is in the middle should you go first or let the other guy start a conversation? Hii uoga ya kuitwa fisi inanimaliza:(
Your main problem is hapo. You are more concerned with the opinions of others. Yes all of us care what other people think. The problem is if you let what you think other people are thinking define you. In short, if you genuinely feel like talking to the bish go for it. If you don't , it's fine.
 

Mark Maish

Village Elder
#13
:D ladies don't bite...chill for a couple of minutes so you can all relax & settle in vehicle. Lean towards her and ask any open-ended question e.g Kwani uliamua hautawahi smile till Rao akuwe president?

The thing about women, if you are well dressed, look confident & have a sense of humour all you have to do is break the ice and she parrots all the way.
 
#18
:D ladies don't bite...chill for a couple of minutes so you can all relax & settle in vehicle. Lean towards her and ask any open-ended question e.g Kwani uliamua hautawahi smile till Rao akuwe president?

The thing about women, if you are well dressed, look confident & have a sense of humour all you have to do is break the ice and she parrots all the way.
although hio one liner yako, unaweza patana na siz ya @Grundy
 

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