Went to a Matanga Today... Kikikikkkk....

Ka-Buda

Village Elder
#1
I know!. Nothing should be funny but it Was!!!!

My Zimbabwean business associate's sister passed away the day before yesterday.
He is my best friend a well as being one of my most trusted hustle mate.
Never let me down and I consider him my best friend.

I am as tired as f**k but nothing will stop me from going. Majuu, your best friends are your Family.

Like Kenyans ,Zims and south Africans we have alot in common as far as Matangaz etc are concerned.
But I hate small talk and meeting new people in such situations.
The meeting is scheduled for 1 O'clock to 4 O'clock so nikatoklezea 3 juu I'm just here to show my face at my mate's house alafu nijikate.
I got to my my mate's house around ten past three and as I struggled to get a good spot for my car, I spotted alot of people just arriving at his door.

Wote wakaingia then I walked majestically towards his door.
Kumbe inside the house there is a local pastor who is already conducting a service?!

Zimbabweans are a really cultured lot!
Houses majuu are not very big so if you're going to host like twenty adults in your sitting room,jua vile utapanga viti!

In Zimbabwean culture,it's rude for a woman to take a sit in front of a man.
So, vile nliingia, I noticed that all the women were sitting on the floor while their husbands sat on the sofas!



PART 2 FOLLOWING TOMORROW.. haki nmechoka mbaya Saidi...
 
#3
I know!. Nothing should be funny but it Was!!!!

My Zimbabwean business associate's sister passed away the day before yesterday.
He is my best friend a well as being one of my most trusted hustle mate.
Never let me down and I consider him my best friend.

I am as tired as f**k but nothing will stop me from going. Majuu, your best friends are your Family.

Like Kenyans ,Zims and south Africans we have alot in common as far as Matangaz etc are concerned.
But I hate small talk and meeting new people in such situations.
The meeting is scheduled for 1 O'clock to 4 O'clock so nikatoklezea 3 juu I'm just here to show my face at my mate's house alafu nijikate.
I got to my my mate's house around ten past three and as I struggled to get a good spot for my car, I spotted alot of people just arriving at his door.

Wote wakaingia then I walked majestically towards his door.
Kumbe inside the house there is a local pastor who is already conducting a service?!

Zimbabweans are a really cultured lot!
Houses majuu are not very big so if you're going to host like twenty adults in your sitting room,jua vile utapanga viti!

In Zimbabwean culture,it's rude for a woman to take a sit in front of a man.
So, vile nliingia, I noticed that all the women were sitting on the floor while their husbands sat on the sofas!



PART 2 FOLLOWING TOMORROW.. haki nmechoka mbaya Saidi...
Wacha nikuje na hio Part 2. I know how the original of this story was narrated
 

mikel

Village Elder
#17
As someone who has many friends in Zimbabwe, and having been to both Harare and Bulawayo, I can relate. Zim women especially Khalanga/tswana and Ndebele are the most cultured types I know around. Doesn't matter whether she is a CEO or a PhD holder, she still gives her man his respect
 

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