Old school maliars

Baba Toto

Village Elder
#1
I have conducted a very accurate survey (kama ya IEBC) among friends and relatives where I compared first born birthdays and marriage dates.
Most first born kids were between three months and two years old when their parents married (excluding premature kids) and more surprisingly, many men married single mothers with side babies (see Corey Holcomb for reference), sometimes even two or three kids.
These are the same parents who told us tufunge njuthi na barbed wire mpaka marriage. Who whipped girls for talking to boys kwa fence. Who held interventions for pregnant girls in front of the whole church. Who forced teenage boys to marry teenage girls because the condom was like Chelsea's goalkeeper (hawezi zuia bao).
What ferking hypocrites.
One of my more open uncles told me between cures being found for kisonono and kaswende and the start of AIDS, people were banging like wild animals. Village kids were playing cha baba with full penetration.
Which brings me to the question - why did so many marriages last until death after a false start na siku hizi the perfect man meets the perfect woman and they can't even last a year ?
And most men were drunks, lazy, maliar, cheats, wife beaters, hustlers, broke nigguhs who only offered dowry, a plot of land and a house in exchange for lifetime loyalty.
The modern boychild is 300% better than his dad or grandad.
The answer is simple - the more women become empowered, the shorter marriage lasts.
Feminazis karibuni na silaha zenu.
Try and fight the truth.
 

Mathaais

Village Chief
#2
Most traditional marriages continued long after the love was gone. Breaking up was frowned upon and many couples stuck in there suffering, bringing up the kids and finally had some pride seeing in later years the fruits of their perseverance in the form of successful children.
Nowadays people are very impatient though there are those who still hang on hoping for change in their spouses one day.
 

Baba Toto

Village Elder
#4
Most traditional marriages continued long after the love was gone. Breaking up was frowned upon and many couples stuck in there suffering, bringing up the kids and finally had some pride seeing in later years the fruits of their perseverance in the form of successful children.
Nowadays people are very impatient though there are those who still hang on hoping for change in their spouses one day.
Very true.
Most actually hate each other but can't stomach the idea of divorce.
 

Nattydread

Village Chief
#5
The last two lines blame women for it all.

Outnumbered and naturally not so combative, they are Ktalk's soft targets of choice nowadays.

Kwani they can self-penetrate and impregnate themselves while fisis only experiment with their shiny new Bajaj's?
 
#6
How would you tell you're better than your grandfather? Apart from the ability to spend the entire day with your eyeballs stuck on the gadgets?

What most people assume is that just because we are technologically advance, we are better than our forefathers however most of you're actually irresponsible retards.
This is what breaking most marriages. Irresponsible youth getting married cannot survive marriage upheaval
 

hcaikp

Village Elder
#7
Thats why our older folks always warn us during maharusi, that " ndoa sio mchezo" what I think they meant was that tolerance is key coz "Love" flies out ino the night sky.....very quickly after comsumating/cohabiting for some time, then later rekindles after groth of children or baada ya mastresses of bring up are all gone and both of u are aged and mature.
 

Baba Toto

Village Elder
#9
@Githae nganga and @Nattydread, you have illustrated my point.
Anytime we try and help the boychild find his pride, male feminists cut him down.
I expect women to fight back because it is a war for supremacy but men fighting their own. Very sad.
I pray to God these are not lessons you teach your sons, that they are useless.
 
#11
@Githae nganga and @Nattydread, you have illustrated my point.
Anytime we try and help the boychild find his pride, male feminists cut him down.
I expect women to fight back because it is a war for supremacy but men fighting their own. Very sad.
I pray to God these are not lessons you teach your sons, that they are useless.
You want men to stand by you as you blame everything on women.

Teach your boy child not to f**k around recklessly. If he does so anyway, instill in him the duty if standing by the bearer if his seed.

And most men were drunks, lazy, maliar, cheats, wife beaters, hustlers, broke nigguhs who only offered dowry, a plot of land and a house in exchange for lifetime loyalty.
The modern boychild is 300% better than his dad or grandad.
Pride is intrinsic, not something you achieve by bullying.
 
#12
I have conducted a very accurate survey (kama ya IEBC) among friends and relatives where I compared first born birthdays and marriage dates.
Most first born kids were between three months and two years old when their parents married (excluding premature kids) and more surprisingly, many men married single mothers with side babies (see Corey Holcomb for reference), sometimes even two or three kids.
These are the same parents who told us tufunge njuthi na barbed wire mpaka marriage. Who whipped girls for talking to boys kwa fence. Who held interventions for pregnant girls in front of the whole church. Who forced teenage boys to marry teenage girls because the condom was like Chelsea's goalkeeper (hawezi zuia bao).
What ferking hypocrites.
One of my more open uncles told me between cures being found for kisonono and kaswende and the start of AIDS, people were banging like wild animals. Village kids were playing cha baba with full penetration.
Which brings me to the question - why did so many marriages last until death after a false start na siku hizi the perfect man meets the perfect woman and they can't even last a year ?
And most men were drunks, lazy, maliar, cheats, wife beaters, hustlers, broke nigguhs who only offered dowry, a plot of land and a house in exchange for lifetime loyalty.
The modern boychild is 300% better than his dad or grandad.
The answer is simple - the more women become empowered, the shorter marriage lasts.
Feminazis karibuni na silaha zenu.
Try and fight the truth.
Your simple answer could be the truth, gender equality kills the marriage. However, the bulk of the problem is in perfectionism. People are now thinking too much about making their marriages last. The fear of divorce and cheating is running through our minds giving no room for trust. Mtu anaishi akijishuku kila saa.

Back then, I would like to believe, people were not so concerned about how the relationship would end, so they just lived to see the end. Sadly to say, the new generation wants to start climbing the mountain to the top which is contrary to the laws of nature. No one tastes success without failure.

Lastly, there is a reason why the man was made the head of a home, and there is a reason why women were not empowered. These reasons were discussed and accepted a long time ago before we were born, but our curiosity could not wait. Now we are facing short-term marriages out of ignorance.
 
M

MaryJane

Guest
#13
The influence of society especially on women has dwindled over the years.
Those days a married woman had no space in the fathers house. The husband would batter her and if she went home the father would equally beat her and chase her away. Chances of an empowered woman living in such conditions is next to zero. No human being should live that way. If anything that kind of treatment is what drove the women empowerment agenda.
 

Baba Toto

Village Elder
#15
The influence of society especially on women has dwindled over the years.
Those days a married woman had no space in the fathers house. The husband would batter her and if she went home the father would equally beat her and chase her away. Chances of an empowered woman living in such conditions is next to zero. No human being should live that way. If anything that kind of treatment is what drove the women empowerment agenda.
Put aside the beatings.
Women complain now that men are lazy and cheat but our dads did the same, even worse during the swinging 60s.
Why has empowerment led to an increase in divorce ?
If marriage is so bad, why do the same empowered women still say they want a man who can do x,y and z ?
There is a difference between empowerment and pride.
I think the modern woman is proud.
She feels like washing a man's clothes is slavery but wants him to act like her dad.
 
M

MaryJane

Guest
#17
Put aside the beatings.
Women complain now that men are lazy and cheat but our dads did the same, even worse during the swinging 60s.
Why has empowerment led to an increase in divorce ?
If marriage is so bad, why do the same empowered women still say they want a man who can do x,y and z ?
There is a difference between empowerment and pride.
I think the modern woman is proud.
She feels like washing a man's clothes is slavery but wants him to act like her dad.
Who said marriage is bad?

Back then women were like a baby elephant that grew to a big elephant but still held captive by a tiny chain to its leg. Marriage was communal and the mantra was stay married or get shunned by society.

With knowledge comes rationalisation, choice and preferences. All this within self, we have elevated self, we can only go so far when it comes to sacrifice. If one is being loved conditionally it means they are also loving conditionally.

If a man is married formally and the wife doesn't wash his shirts then he ought to seek to know why. Communication.
 
#18
I have conducted a very accurate survey (kama ya IEBC) among friends and relatives where I compared first born birthdays and marriage dates.
Most first born kids were between three months and two years old when their parents married (excluding premature kids) and more surprisingly, many men married single mothers with side babies (see Corey Holcomb for reference), sometimes even two or three kids.
These are the same parents who told us tufunge njuthi na barbed wire mpaka marriage. Who whipped girls for talking to boys kwa fence. Who held interventions for pregnant girls in front of the whole church. Who forced teenage boys to marry teenage girls because the condom was like Chelsea's goalkeeper (hawezi zuia bao).
What ferking hypocrites.
One of my more open uncles told me between cures being found for kisonono and kaswende and the start of AIDS, people were banging like wild animals. Village kids were playing cha baba with full penetration.
Which brings me to the question - why did so many marriages last until death after a false start na siku hizi the perfect man meets the perfect woman and they can't even last a year ?
And most men were drunks, lazy, maliar, cheats, wife beaters, hustlers, broke nigguhs who only offered dowry, a plot of land and a house in exchange for lifetime loyalty.
The modern boychild is 300% better than his dad or grandad.
The answer is simple - the more women become empowered, the shorter marriage lasts.
Feminazis karibuni na silaha zenu.
Try and fight the truth.
Good post overall but you're talking out of your arse with that unwarranted attack on the Chelsea keeper. I'll have you know that Thibault Courtois has kept 3 clean sheets in his last 3 games. This run includes a victory over Man United. Peleka fitina huko.
 

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