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#41
:D:D:D:D. Naona watu wa plantation are defending being on the plantation..:D:D:D:D.. Ati my plantation-master loves me for me and not for my ability to provide..

Being an avid chess player, I perceive marriage as a losing position on a chessboard; from which you have to deeply contemplate every move you make onwards.. Any wrong move and you lose..

There's no upside in marriage, none at all.. For my fellow Ktalkers in the plantation, I will continue flying the MGTOW flag in your honor.. Happy toiling in the plantation
 

mcrangu

Village Elder
#44
Ungeachwa tu after kusomeshana. Thank your lucky stars ulionea hiyo plan 18. Huyo alikuwa amekupendea pesa. Most women wa Nai and major towns treat relationships or marriage kama biz. Especially wale wasee huoa late ndio husuffer juu ni kama wanauziwa kuma tu. Wale wasee huoa wakiwa 30+ inakuwanga biz 9/10 times part ya dame. Zero feelings. Iza man. The later you marry, the higher your chance kupatana na gold diggers pekee. Men past 30 are usually forced to pay a premium for breeding rights. Ukipita age Fulani, most women will only view you kama ATM hata mkianza relationship especially ukiwa 30+.
:D:D:D:D:D:D:Dwewe ni kama hujui maisha....anything done in your 20s is pata potea......look at those couples who settled in their 30s....maturity tupu
 
#45
to MGTOW battalion..just know that marriage/union is inevitable...just pray that you get the right person who will build you...i see old people being taken to hospitals by their sons/daughters...there is some genuine concern and care that comes from your offspring..the kind that you can't buy...
Buda, the only inevitable thing in life is death; not marriage.. Death is the only assured thing for everyone of us..

How I die is none of my concern, I'll be already dead.. The same applies to how I'll be buried, I'll be already dead..

Genuine concern on my deathbed will not heal me.. I'll not carry it forward and present to Peter on the Gates of Heaven
 
#46
Buda, the only inevitable thing in life is death; not marriage.. Death is the only assured thing for everyone of us..

How I die is none of my concern, I'll be already dead.. The same applies to how I'll be buried, I'll be already dead..

Genuine concern on my deathbed will not heal me.. I'll not carry it forward and present to Peter on the Gates of Heaven
a sense of belonging is a human need...now the best belongingness is obtained by intimate connection
 

ndume

Village Elder
#48
:D:D:D:D. Naona watu wa plantation are defending being on the plantation..:D:D:D:D.. Ati my plantation-master loves me for me and not for my ability to provide..

Being an avid chess player, I perceive marriage as a losing position on a chessboard; from which you have to deeply contemplate every move you make onwards.. Any wrong move and you lose..

There's no upside in marriage, none at all.. For my fellow Ktalkers in the plantation, I will continue flying the MGTOW flag in your honor.. Happy toiling in the plantation
If your opinion is that, then you have a very unbalanced view of what life is. As you grow up, because I think you are young, you will realise that life is never fair. You learn to live with that.
 
#49
If your opinion is that, then you have a very unbalanced view of what life is. As you grow up, because I think you are young, you will realise that life is never fair. You learn to live with that.
Even the game of football is not fair, but you can increase your odds at winning it.. Life is not fair and never will be fair.. That's a fact

But I can increase my odds of winning at life, there are men doing that.. That's the path I have chosen to pursue, one whereby I improve my chances of winning at this unfair game.

Kama you have conceded to lose at life, that's on you.
 

African King

Senior Villager
#50
And you are right....what am trying to say is, don't go out of your way to impress or spend on any lady, especially when you are starting out. Most want to be with you to access your resources. I have seen guys buying 40k phones to kungurus they have known for less than a month, which is what am saying you should avoid.
When you meet a girl just take her to a coffee shop and keep your expenses minimum. Its just a freaking date.
i read somewhere of a somali guy huko uk he took this girl on the first date to paris and the had a meal worth 649 euros and after that dame akamlisha hard block.
 
#51
That is what being a man of the house is about. Wazee walizoea kitambo. Huyo ako afadhali anafanya shopping. 20k ni pesa gani mtoto kusoma. 20k? 20 fucking k? Heheheeee.... There is nothing inaendelea hapo.

Isipokuwa your wife hawezi kukuambia mahali utaishi. Akianza hivyo, mwambie achukue matako apeleke pale anajisikia ametosheka. Fakit. Sio kukwambia ati utaishi wapi aje. Isitoshe akikupata ulikuwa unaishi vile. She can go f**k herself.
Ironically, a lot of reasonable gentlemen let their wives decide where they're going to live or which house to buy. Obviously, this would be within a certain agreed budget. It's all about proper communication and understanding each other. I have met tons of Kenyan men who are willing to please their women, but in a more realistic sense and because he wants the best for his wife and children, some will strive to take two jobs if they have to, or side hustles. But these are folks in a loving and close-knit relationship.
 

Kimakia

Village Sponsor
#52
Ironically, a lot of reasonable gentlemen let their wives decide where they're going to live or which house to buy. Obviously, this would be within a certain agreed budget. It's all about proper communication and understanding each other. I have met tons of Kenyan men who are willing to please their women, but in a more realistic sense and because he wants the best for his wife and children, some will strive to take two jobs if they have to, or side hustles. But these are folks in a loving and close-knit relationship.
For as long as I dont feel taken advantage of,I am willing to provide as a man.Anything for the family to live comfortably.
But kukaa na mtu nikijua peupe huyu ako hapo juu ya fedha niko nayo...hapana.It can never be me.
Am still hurt by my 47yrs old being left by a woman he luved with for 22yrs after he lost his job early this year.
May be now i can waylay the luscious wife.
 

Kimakia

Village Sponsor
#53
Buda, the only inevitable thing in life is death; not marriage.. Death is the only assured thing for everyone of us..

How I die is none of my concern, I'll be already dead.. The same applies to how I'll be buried, I'll be already dead..

Genuine concern on my deathbed will not heal me.. I'll not carry it forward and present to Peter on the Gates of Heaven
You need to be gagged,people need to fill the world yet you are here telling them otherwise
 
#54
She expected me to assist her,coz she used to pay for him.One time tukifanya budget niliona an amount kwa excelsheet,kauliza ni ya nini akasema ni school fee ya bro next sem.Si utanisaidia kulipa hizo alifoka.Sikuongea,then she started kushinda akiniuliza ulisemaje...Nilijipata nimesema ata mimi niko na mandugu na madada wananihitaji.
These kind of women lack common sense and tact. If your husband's siblings are not being supported by him, then you should not bring in your own siblings to the mix, unless it is money out of your own pocket. A woman should not lay siblings burdens such as school fees to her husband, especially if they make a bare minimum income, except if she has an income too and can support them. However, if they're reasonably well off, by all means. They can support their loved ones to the best of their ability, regardless of whose siblings they are.
 
#55
These kind of women lack common sense and tact. If your husband's siblings are not being supported by him, then you should not bring in your own siblings to the mix, unless it is money out of your own pocket. A woman should not lay siblings burdens such as school fees to her husband, especially if they make a bare minimum income, except if she has an income too and can support them. However, if they're reasonably well off, by all means. They can support their loved ones to the best of their ability, regardless of whose siblings they are.
@TrumanCapote disagrees with you on that.
 

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