Today's Woman ni Bure Kabisa!

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Mwenyewe

Senior Villager
#1
During our grand father's/mother's time, the man of the house used to sit under a shade (baraza) and talk all day with his fellow men. Women used to walk long distances to fetch water and get firewood, wanarudi home, they cook and feed their families. They never used to complain eti mume wangu hukaa na kulishwa tu ama kusema kesho ni zamu ya mume wangu kwenda mtoni. Mademu wa sasa, even a simple thing as opening the door wanataka wafunguliwe (eti ni ishara ya mapenzi), cooking for her once in a while na malovey dovey mengine ya kishenzi sana....na licha ya yote hayo bado yuaweza kukucheza ama kukutema. Wa kitambo walikuwa hata wanachapwa lakini wanatulia na waume zao. Mademu wa sasa nini mbaya? Wamekuwa ovyo kabisa, wavivu sana, shenzi kabisa.....eti romance!!!! Romance katafuteni kwa Alejandro
 
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Ingia

Village Elder
#18
It depends on how much you stand your ground. If you let a woman do things for you juu anataka uko kwa shida. She takes care of her responsibilities as you do yours. excusable moments should be few. Otherwise, leave her and find another one who is willing to do things without excuses.
 
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