Rich Single Mother looking for a serious relationship.

#44
True but how many people know what it means to be married these days?
People still go into marriages under their own terms, and also one foot in one foot out.
There's no way you'll expect to stay the same person all your life.
You change and adopt as you grow, you can't do the same things you did while single while you're married, some you have to stop and some things you need to start adopting to.
I can't judge what their marriage was about, I didn't even know they were married.
I other news I went to school with that guy and his bro, before the glory.
Well, we live in a materialistic society, if you have money you have power and when you have power, you don't have to put up with anybodys crap for lack of a better word. You don't have to be tolerant it's all about you. And marriage more than anything else is about tolerance. Even that companionship you speak of, not as much as kuvumiliana.

Nowadays who wants to vumilia anything? Especially if you have money? Look at her brothers it's the same pattern. No marriage. Just kids, short stints, and the first rough patch you are out. This woman can not vumilia a man. The world is her oyster, atoke KICC CEO then go home to vumilia a man? Hawezi.

Everybody wants the perks of marriage without the pains. Nowadays the trend is you get married, after all it is a rite of passage, or not, get kids, get tired of each other. Split up. Coparent. The man becomes a Casanova. The woman joins a clique of ladies like her, who they do trips, expensive dinners, shopping and have her freedom, peace of mind and companionship of peers not bossy husband. If you want sex there's gigolos, FWBs. One time I overheard a convo of some ladies somewhere we were having dinner aki nikasema, Jesus come back, discussing one night stands like it's nothing watu wazima, women, heh nikubaya, Hapo ndio mambo imefika.

That's why am saying that this lady should forget about men, raise her kids and focus on God coz hapa nje watu Wameoza both men and women are busy catching up. If she wanted a man she could have stayed with Kamangu, so it's clear she doesn't want to tolerate a man. Basi akubali kukaa single and live upright life as a role model for her kids. Cant have your cake and eat it. Woteva choice you make they'll be opportunity costs.

So what has Bishop and son been upto since they left politics will they make a comeback? In 2022.
 
#46
I agree with almost everything you typed here except that statement. Honestly, you'd have to be super ugly and fat not to get laid at 21 years. I mean, your agemates (girls) are all gullible and you fit perfectly in that age. A broke 21 year old is likely to get laid by multiple girls if he isn't super ugly. I was broke like a church mouse at 21 and getting laid was never a problem. Most girls at that age are not materialistic and still live with their parents.
Fine, you can get laid at 21 but with what consistency or ease? Do u think u can compare the logistical advantages of a financially stable 30-year-old man who lives in a 4-bedroom mansion with that of a broke 21-year-old who is scrapping just to raise rent for his bedshitter? Even if u got lucky and laid chics at 21 most of them did not stick around for seconds. Fast forward, when u have a bit of cash, every girl that samples your lifestyle wants in, and they want to stay!!


Young men are better of foregoing chasing after girls and stacking that cash to high heavens. Your time as a man will come, and oh, it will be sweet.
 
#49
She should be at peace with man who would go after her networks and connections, because he is likely to make his own money in the long run ama atafute ben10.
What will the man do after getting those networks and connections? He will drop her like a bag of potatoes, find a young fertile wife and start a family.
Any man she gets will be there to use her for her money because she has nothing else to offer a man. She is too old and shapeless to attract men with her looks. Akubali tu yeye ni sponsor. Money is all she has and it can get her a string of Ben 10s to service her but husband asahau.
 
#51
Let's say I'm 45 doing fairly well. Not Kenyatta rich but I'm somewhere fairly respectable financially. I coparent with ex wife and I'm not looking to have more kids.Just looking for a partner.
What would such a woman bring to the table? What trade off would I make? What options do I have partnerwise?
Ukijibu hizi maswali, you would not look at such a woman twice.
 
#52
:D:D:D:D... I just see some things and laugh.. Time has a way of humbling women, its poetic.. In her 20s, men are her servants.. After 30s, men are gods and she'll do anything to get one..

Time only favours men, never women.. Biology is funny..

She'll continue begging for a 'real' man who needs to 'step up' and love 'an independent woman' whose kids are her world...:D:D:D:D:D:D:D
ongeza volume
 
#53
Let's say I'm 45 doing fairly well. Not Kenyatta rich but I'm somewhere fairly respectable financially. I coparent with ex wife and I'm not looking to have more kids.Just looking for a partner.
What would such a woman bring to the table? What trade off would I make? What options do I have partnerwise?
Ukijibu hizi maswali, you would not look at such a woman twice.
With all due respect she would never date anyone like you or actually any man here busy commenting vile she's beneath them, its like dating a mbotch. Theres a cadre and thats why she is having issues. There are men who would sell their soul to the devil for an nth of what this woman has. There are women who would chop up their husbands, marinate and bake 'em and garnish them and present them at her door step for an nth of what she has. I think you are comparing her to every other ordinary woman you meet. Money changes things, if she couldnt go on with her exe husband because he lost a parliamentary seat because even an MP is beneath her class , she was already stooping, sasa nyinyi wanaume muko hapa. Anyway, its always good kujichocha while bashing a woman of means who cant find men of her class. Like the closest you will prolly get to such a humanbeing is on Weekend with Betty. You are trying to really imagine but aki uwesi hata imagine. Either way, she has kids what else does she need from men, women are with men for money and kids and their kids financial security. Maybe because she is so sheltered she still has romantic notions about love and genuine people. People love what you have and who you are so. She's searching for a unicorn.

 
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#54
Let's say I'm 45 doing fairly well. Not Kenyatta rich but I'm somewhere fairly respectable financially. I coparent with ex wife and I'm not looking to have more kids.Just looking for a partner.
What would such a woman bring to the table? What trade off would I make? What options do I have partnerwise?
Ukijibu hizi maswali, you would not look at such a woman twice.
You would have better choices with younger women simply because we are visual creatures. In the dating game (among adults), money is only advantageous to men, not women. I can assure you hata hawa self confessed bachelors kama @Mimi Huwa Namwaga Ndanii are single by choice, especially if wamejijenga. Lakini a woman in their exact shoes would not have many options juu wanaume hawaangalii pesa wanaangalia matiti na matako.
Most women place a very high value on financial security, even above looks, education etc. This simple fact tilts the scale significantly in favor of men kwa dating market. Money is a variable that is within a man's control. On the other hand, men don't prioritize financial security from a woman. They prioritize fertility and youth. Women can't turn back time so they're fkd.
 
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#56
Let us accept the general case: Money and power operate at the same level and many times come in twins. When this is possessed by the woman, she is the one in control, if it is on the man, he is in control. If a man is ready to be controlled, then there is no problem accepting the more moneyed powerful kunguru and be "eaten" and not the eater. Yaani she will be the one fucking you not the other way round. And that is not illegal but unacceptable to some or may be to the majority of normal men..
 
#57
The only viable option that such a postwall woman has is to pay for sex/company, either directly or indirectly. Simple.
Everybody in the world does this. Including you. Relationship where hakuna malipo pengine mzazi. All adult relationships are symbiotic. Only that the currency may vary but kila mtu analipia 'mapenzi'. Just become a brokeass leo you go ask that your exe for a loan ndio utajua, what runs the world and it isnt love/marriage/youth/ being a man. Ni mbesha pure and simple.
 
#58
With all due respect she would never date anyone like you, its like dating a mbotch. Theres a cadre and thats why she is having issues. There are men who would sell their soul to the devil for an nth of what this woman has. There are women who would chop up their husbands, marinate and bake 'em and garnish them and present them at her door step for an nth of what she has. I think you are comparing her to every other ordinary woman you meet. Money changes things, if she couldnt go on with her exe husband because he lost a parliamentary seat because even an MP is beneath her class , she was already stooping, sasa nyinyi wanaume muko hapa. Anyway, its always good kujichocha while bashing a woman of means who cant find men of her class. Like the closest you will prolly get to such a humanbeing is on Weekend with Betty. You are trying to really imagine but aki uwesi hata imagine. Either way, she has kids what else does she need from men, women are with men for money and kids and their kids financial security. Maybe because she is so sheltered she still has romantic notions about love and genuine people. People love what you have and who you are so. She's searching for a unicorn.

This one's boat has sailed so to speak. Will give you the reasons why. She prolly went to the high end schools where she was mingling with rich kids too. That was the best time for her to meet someone most compatible. The guys in that social class, in their prime and past their prime have options, numerous options, compared to women in that same class.

The difference between men and women, men can marry up, from the same class and from a lower social class. When it comes to women of her class, it's very hard for them to downgrade. As a result their options are limited.

Men, born into old money and in her class, with that kind of money also look for younger, women that are "trophy" wives. Wish her well.
 
#59
She is very down to earth, enyewe Kenyans wako na wivu mbaya, even this writer , what was the point of ending the article with ati she was drinking a case of alcohol a day bana that was 10 years ago, this Biko zulu is very petty . Either way, nyongwaaa...

 
#60
If her situation is reversed, she is in the same position as a broke but handsome class 2 dropout man from muchatha. Girls would only consider him for a night but not a lifetime of peasantry.Why? Because he has only one good quality (looks) but that quality doesn't rank high among women looking for husbands.
Now, her situation. She has money which is the only desirable quality. She is also old and shapeless with kids. Men would only consider her for short term affairs to build networks or leech off her but not a lifetime of bullshit from her. Why? Because her only good quality (money) doesn't rank highly among men looking for a wife.
 
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