Went for lunch lakini si kuzuri.

#34
Went for lunch. Courtesy of my boss. Tumekula nyama ugali and then we decided to teremsha with tusker moja moja. Boss goes to chat with other business buddies. I was left alone. Bar maid joins me on our seat. She says that a guy raped her last night. But she is blaming herself. She is 24. A guy of similar age as hers has been making advances on her for long. She has been duping him and giving him hopes. Kajamaa has really spent yaani. But she has been duping. So yesterday jamaa kalijipanga. He came, bought food and drinks kama kawa. Then after closing bar at 11pm, he trickled the lady wapitie kwa wines and spirits fulani. He bought her Zappa tots until she blacked out. Offered to take her to her house in her blacked out state. Hapo pengine jijazie. Kenya kuna shida. View attachment 233733
But dame amemdanganya na kumpea hopes for long banaaa!
Kijana alichoka kungoja...akaamua kujiservia samosa
 
#35
What I am hearing, Mr gashwin, with all these male rantings are Ktalk men admitting to being too slow or dim to realize when women are taking them for a ride and then blaming the women for their folly.
Actually no sweetheart. If you go through some of my previous posts as far as back as Klist you'll see me complaining about a pathological sense of entitlement the Kenyan woman has devrloped since the advent of these silly Mexican soaps. I have even seen TV/social media clips where some say the man's money is theirs but hers is hers. This attitude that a man should pay all date bills even when she brings along her pals. I have trvalled and this is a peculiarly Kenyan epidemic.
 

Mchuna

Village Elder
#36
The chance of this story being true is soo low, even team liwe liwalo are basking with hope.

The lady is at work after heavy drinking, blacking out and apparently being raped?

Not unless you're the VICTIM here you need to provide a sketch or a shadow image. Otherwise tupee hekaya yote, village doctors will guide you on the way forward.
 

ranny

Village Elder
#40
Actually no sweetheart. If you go through some of my previous posts as far as back as Klist you'll see me complaining about a pathological sense of entitlement the Kenyan woman has devrloped since the advent of these silly Mexican soaps. I have even seen TV/social media clips where some say the man's money is theirs but hers is hers. This attitude that a man should pay all date bills even when she brings along her pals. I have trvalled and this is a peculiarly Kenyan epidemic.
There are plenty of women out there. If you are dim enough to keep chasing after entitled ones even though you resent indulging them, then you deserve to wallow in pain. Otherwise,Leave the entitled ones to men who love indulging such. Respect lanes
 

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