Njege Man

Meria Mata

Elder Statesman
#1
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Most people have only seen the quill covered top side and have no idea what kind of an animal it is. It's the third largest rodent in the world and obviously farmers don't feel comfortable having them in the middle of their crop. The fact that it's also strictly nocturnal makes it a nightmare for those who have it as residents in their shambas. Contrary to widespread belief, it doesn't shoot it's quills when in danger but uses them as an aposematic strategy for self defense. Finally, it is not at all related to the hedgehog.
Otherwise kitoweo ya lunch iko sorted, naambiwa it tastes like pork.
 

jagger_snr

Village Sponsor
#10
I have a notorious cousin who sends mpesa payments to some guy huko ocha for the porcs caught and slaughtered successfully. Sasa tumeenda wkend moja with just a mission of trying the delicious prey. Kufika nkaonyeshwa yenye imeiva na yenye bado ni mbichi ya kesho. He claims that inapea mtu nguvu na kuondoa swara..but sikuipenda
 
#14
I have a notorious cousin who sends mpesa payments to some guy huko ocha for the porcs caught and slaughtered successfully. Sasa tumeenda wkend moja with just a mission of trying the delicious prey. Kufika nkaonyeshwa yenye imeiva na yenye bado ni mbichi ya kesho. He claims that inapea mtu nguvu na kuondoa swara..but sikuipenda
Only in ktalk. Made my day.
 

amun

Village Elder
#15
A long time ago my bro and i decided to visit a certain relative , we happened to get there just at the right time when some very nice fry was just about to be served, we all ate to our fill, and neither of us considered asking what kind of meat it was , following day i started having some kidogo issues with my tummy, kidogo it started rumbling, next i was in the toilet diarrheaing seriously. my bro also starts having the same issues.

lets just say things would have been very bad if we had been in a place with only one toilet coz we permanently engaged two toilets for several hours, hata there was no need ya kujifunga belt coz of the way we were harishaing.

After we had consumed alot of Imodium and managed to contain the situation, we brainstormed and came to a conclusion that it had to be the meat we had eaten the previous day, so we called the jamaa and asked him what he had given us, and thats how we realized we had been served with a porcupine (or nzee as they call it in cambodia )
 

Meria Mata

Elder Statesman
#17
A long time ago my bro and i decided to visit a certain relative , we happened to get there just at the right time when some very nice fry was just about to be served, we all ate to our fill, and neither of us considered asking what kind of meat it was , following day i started having some kidogo issues with my tummy, kidogo it started rumbling, next i was in the toilet diarrheaing seriously. my bro also starts having the same issues.

lets just say things would have been very bad if we had been in a place with only one toilet coz we permanently engaged two toilets for several hours, hata there was no need ya kujifunga belt coz of the way we were harishaing.

After we had consumed alot of Imodium and managed to contain the situation, we brainstormed and came to a conclusion that it had to be the meat we had eaten the previous day, so we called the jamaa and asked him what he had given us, and thats how we realized we had been served with a porcupine (or nzee as they call it in cambodia )
sasa unanistua naaiko jikoni, siungegojea atleast nikule, haha.
will make sure imeiva vizuri
 
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pseudonym

Guest
#18
A long time ago my bro and i decided to visit a certain relative , we happened to get there just at the right time when some very nice fry was just about to be served, we all ate to our fill, and neither of us considered asking what kind of meat it was , following day i started having some kidogo issues with my tummy, kidogo it started rumbling, next i was in the toilet diarrheaing seriously. my bro also starts having the same issues.

lets just say things would have been very bad if we had been in a place with only one toilet coz we permanently engaged two toilets for several hours, hata there was no need ya kujifunga belt coz of the way we were harishaing.

After we had consumed alot of Imodium and managed to contain the situation, we brainstormed and came to a conclusion that it had to be the meat we had eaten the previous day, so we called the jamaa and asked him what he had given us, and thats how we realized we had been served with a porcupine (or nzee as they call it in cambodia )
Oh come on!

Probably you guys had a bad chef.:D
Pole sana...
 

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