Married Men

Azor Ahai

Village Elder
#1
Leo nimeona incident nimeshangaa. An old friend ameni-invite kwake. The guy hit a rough patch a while back. Alikuwa anaishi one bedroom na ana mtoi. Hata rent nilikuwa namboost. That was less than 3 months ago. Leo kufika jamaa amehamia 2 bedroom 10k+ over the previous house. Jamaa anakuwanga amekaliwa na bibi 10-nil. Nimepatana na bibi yake ulevi several times jamaa akiwa job but huwa nalenga coz its none of my biz. The guy rarely drinks. Sasa juzi jamaa alikuwa ananihustle rent sasa ashahamia 2-bedroom juu ya pressure ya bibi. Akjnihustle rent tena itabidi nimkalishe chini nimwambie ajue nani mwanaume kwake. Huwezi upgrade maisha huwezi juu ya pressure za kunguru ukuje kuhustle mabeshte wako rent.
 
#4
Leo nimeona incident nimeshangaa. An old friend ameni-invite kwake. The guy hit a rough patch a while back. Alikuwa anaishi one bedroom na ana mtoi. Hata rent nilikuwa namboost. That was less than 3 months ago. Leo kufika jamaa amehamia 2 bedroom 10k+ over the previous house. Jamaa anakuwanga amekaliwa na bibi 10-nil. Nimepatana na bibi yake ulevi several times jamaa akiwa job but huwa nalenga coz its none of my biz. The guy rarely drinks. Sasa juzi jamaa alikuwa ananihustle rent sasa ashahamia 2-bedroom juu ya pressure ya bibi. Akjnihustle rent tena itabidi nimkalishe chini nimwambie ajue nani mwanaume kwake. Huwezi upgrade maisha huwezi juu ya pressure za kunguru ukuje kuhustle mabeshte wako rent.
Kukaliwa chapaat issa a headache
 
#6
Nothing new... Your friend is just another instance of women extracting resources from men.. Being married means that you cannot say NO to resource extraction by le wife.

In short, marriage is a resource extraction scheme for women. It means free money, free food, and free housing for le wife in exchange of breeding rights and periodic star-fish sex depending on the mood of le wife..
 
#7
Nothing new... Your friend is just another instance of women extracting resources from men.. Being married means that you cannot say NO to resource extraction by le wife.

In short, marriage is a resource extraction scheme for women. It means free money, free food, and free housing for the wife in exchange of breeding rights and periodic star-fish sex depending on the mood of le wife..
Please expound further on the star-fish phenomnon...
 
#9
Nothing new... Your friend is just another instance of women extracting resources from men.. Being married means that you cannot say NO to resource extraction by le wife.

In short, marriage is a resource extraction scheme for women. It means free money, free food, and free housing for le wife in exchange of breeding rights and periodic star-fish sex depending on the mood of le wife..
100 percent true
 

T-Raww1

Village Elder
#11
You've reminded me an instance I saw barely 4 months ago ... A friend was married with one child (baby girl) sasa the wife got pregnant and told the guy they should move into a bigger house ( i.e 2 bdr ) Initially they were in one ... aty na they change their furniture to recycliner kosokoso cjui 6 by 6 bed double decker ya watoi etc. So the guy approached me and the wife is working kazi ni kufanya shopping na kujua what they'll waet ... all other things including fuelling their impreza ni uyo jamaa tho' they barely use it mostly on weekends. Enyewe jamaa admited io rent na hii economy hawezi make but wife hatambui iyo. Also the guy told me pesa amesave kwa a/c yake is less than 400K ... all of them are kambas...!!! This thing of women manipulating beta males cuts across all tribes ... wamama wakienda chama ni kuchochana tu
 

Azor Ahai

Village Elder
#12
You've reminded me an instance I saw barely 4 months ago ... A friend was married with one child (baby girl) sasa the wife got pregnant and told the guy they should move into a bigger house ( i.e 2 bdr ) Initially they were in one ... aty na they change their furniture to recycliner kosokoso cjui 6 by 6 bed double decker ya watoi etc. So the guy approached me and the wife is working kazi ni kufanya shopping na kujua what they'll waet ... all other things including fuelling their impreza ni uyo jamaa tho' they barely use it mostly on weekends. Enyewe jamaa admited io rent na hii economy hawezi make but wife hatambui iyo. Also the guy told me pesa amesave kwa a/c yake is less than 400K ... all of them are kambas...!!! This thing of women manipulating beta males cuts across all tribes ... wamama wakienda chama ni kuchochana tu
Less than 400k, with a wife, one kid and another on the way. Na ana gari pia. That guy is one heartbeat away from a real disaster:eek::eek:. Most married men dont have balls these days to say NO to their demanding wives. As much as society praises marriage, some marriages are extremely toxic for men especially those who marry kungurus who are easily influenced by their friends. Unajua wanawake wengi hawana akili nowadays. Ataenda aone recliner seats, sound bar, instagram photos of their best friend akiwa Singapore, beste yake amenunuliwa benz etc etc. Ataenda apelekee peasant hiyo energy home, and she wants it NOW. Hiyo time maybe jamaa anafanya pale Equity kuhesabia birrioneas pesa. Mwanaume akiprioritize kufurahisha bibi kama huyo atajiumiza sana mfuko na hatamake progress in life. Atashinda kutusumbua tumkopeshe kila endmonth ama shule zikifunguliwa na pesa haitoshi. Also, such women have a very high propensity to cheat akipata jamaa ako na whatever she wants during that period.
 
#14
Nothing new... Your friend is just another instance of women extracting resources from men.. Being married means that you cannot say NO to resource extraction by le wife.

In short, marriage is a resource extraction scheme for women. It means free money, free food, and free housing for le wife in exchange of breeding rights and periodic star-fish sex depending on the mood of le wife..
:D:D I don't know why your posts make me laugh hard.
 

T-Raww1

Village Elder
#15
Less than 400k, with a wife, one kid and another on the way. Na ana gari pia. That guy is one heartbeat away from a real disaster:eek::eek:. Most married men dont have balls these days to say NO to their demanding wives. As much as society praises marriage, some marriages are extremely toxic for men especially those who marry kungurus who are easily influenced by their friends. Unajua wanawake wengi hawana akili nowadays. Ataenda aone recliner seats, sound bar, instagram photos of their best friend akiwa Singapore, beste yake amenunuliwa benz etc etc. Ataenda apelekee peasant hiyo energy home, and she wants it NOW. Hiyo time maybe jamaa anafanya pale Equity kuhesabia birrioneas pesa. Mwanaume akiprioritize kufurahisha bibi kama huyo atajiumiza sana mfuko na hatamake progress in life. Atashinda kutusumbua tumkopeshe kila endmonth ama shule zikifunguliwa na pesa haitoshi. Also, such women have a very high propensity to cheat akipata jamaa ako na whatever she wants during that period.
True ...
 

T-Raww1

Village Elder
#17
You've reminded me an instance I saw barely 4 months ago ... A friend was married with one child (baby girl) sasa the wife got pregnant and told the guy they should move into a bigger house ( i.e 2 bdr ) Initially they were in one ... aty na they change their furniture to recycliner kosokoso cjui 6 by 6 bed double decker ya watoi etc. So the guy approached me and the wife is working kazi ni kufanya shopping na kujua what they'll waet ... all other things including fuelling their impreza ni uyo jamaa tho' they barely use it mostly on weekends. Enyewe jamaa admited io rent na hii economy hawezi make but wife hatambui iyo. Also the guy told me pesa amesave kwa a/c yake is less than 400K ... all of them are kambas...!!! This thing of women manipulating beta males cuts across all tribes ... wamama wakienda chama ni kuchochana tu
Keep in mind this guy bought all his furniture and that subaru impreza before meeting the lanye ... he was still living in that 1 br ... so the lady ndo amekuja na izo mambo ...
 
#19
Secret admirer detected
Nope nope not in that way:D. If you have read me and Muchatha local you would know we are poles apart. I just like the negative energy he exudes while demeaning us at the slightest opportunity. Then he knows how to 'write' ana kizungu mingi so uses this to his advantage. I can only laugh, mainly in frustration.
 

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