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Abba

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#23
Men at 20 - 55 be like ; Marriage ain't shit.
Niĩ Ndingĩhikania niĩ ona műbea nĩatuire. Mimi siwezi oa mtu mimi, nitakaa solo. Life begins at Sevendi.

Then gets lonely as f**k at 55, without even a child to send to a cigarette at the shop, or a woman to help hold his failing manhood when peeing.... then rushes at the market and marries whatever is available.... Gets children at Sigixte faĩ, and ends up looking like his children's ancestor.

Wanaume ili mskie leo, oeni mapema, mzae mapema, mlee mapema, muache kukaa kama great grand grand grandiose father of your children.
I know of such a relative so old he can't tell his kids shit! They won't listen to some old man with a fly's eyesight power
Conokai mũno.
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@Mimi Huwa Namwaga Ndanii , @Alpha Male pass by please
 
#33
Here's the thing fellows, I was engaged to be married at 27, actually i was on the very verge of the aisle to say " I do", everything was set and laid out..... but then i asked myself one thing, what if i live to be 77? Which is very likely


At 27, those are 5 full and virgin decades

So u want to tell me in 50 years - unless i will be super drunk and horny throughout those years - do u want to convince me that,

1. I will always find my then wife-to-be super attractive and sensual like a 21 year old PYT?

2. I will never get tired/bored of her nagging tendencies, failing fertility, diminishing health and waning sexual arousal, esp after menopause?

3. She will never be unfaithful whatsover and sire kids outside the union?

4. She will always be the submissive, meek and eager-to-please damsel that i married?

5. Her extended family won't sabotage our union for whatever reason?

Nilikaa chini for 6 straight hours na nikapiga hizi mahesabu zote, i even employed matrix and partial differential equations na manze hazikuingiana...

I called off the wedding and booked a flight to zanzibar instead, nika kaa chini on an open beach with my single malt scotch and said, "*** it man" ...i am facing this life alone...

Wenye wanaoana, acha waoane. I wish them the very best in life:D:D:D
 
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Kawama

Senior Villager
#39
Here's the thing fellows, I was engaged to be married at 27, actually i was on the very verge of the aisle to say " I do", everything was set and laid out..... but then i asked myself one thing, what if i live to be 77? Which is very likely


At 27, those are 5 full and virgin decades

So u want to tell me in 50 years - unless i will be super drunk and horny throughout those years - do u want to convince me that,

1. I will always find my then wife-to-be super attractive and sensual like a 21 year old PYT?

2. I will never get tired/bored of her nagging tendencies, failing fertility, diminishing health and waning sexual arousal, esp after menopause?

3. She will never be unfaithful whatsover and sire kids outside the union?

4. She will always be the submissive, meek and eager-to-please damsel that i married?

5. Her extended family won't sabotage our union for whatever reason?

Nilikaa chini for 6 straight hours na nikapiga hizi mahesabu zote, i even employed matrix and partial differential equations na manze hazikuingiana...

I called off the wedding and booked a flight to zanzibar instead, nika kaa chini on an open beach with my single malt scotch and said, "*** it man" ...i am facing this life alone...

Wenye wanaoana, acha waoane. I wish them the very best in life:D:D:D
what happened to the lady omwami...did she get married...I am dying to know
 

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