When I was a young lad....

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I grew up somewhere around the Aberdares and I always thought that "abroad" is located just beyond the ranges.

So when I heard someone went abroad ama is calling from abroad, I would always run out and look at the horizon beyond the Aberdare Ranges and think to myself, "Damn yaani someone went/is calling from abroad?" and I would shake my head with amazement and walk away hehe

What crazy thoughts or ideas did you guys have as innocent kids growing up?
 

Bus

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I once thought footballers wear their kits throughout. I was puzzled the day I saw Gor players donning suits and black shoes in a photo shoot.
 

Tarantinoh

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I always thought Kiguo(flood water in a shamba) was a type of an animal. being born tao and all, whenever I went to shags I was strictly my late grandma shadow I would trail behind her everywhere. Whenever it rained she would say kiguo passed over here while conversing with other farmers.
 

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Had a crush on a ka neighbour girl, one day their parents were not around so they left the kids and keys in our house. I hid the keys thinking it would force the family to sleep in our house and I would be let to sleep with girl. Their dad broke the door after the search for the keys proved futile. After this I knew my plan had not worked and I played my small bro into believing he found the lost keys
 

Chiefkiumbe

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I thought that gumboots were equivalent of a human 4WD so when I was bought a pair so going to school there was this stream that was full of raging waters.

I smiled knowing that this is the perfect place to prove my thoughts mimi miguu ndani ya river si nilibebwa na maji if only some older school girls didn't save me nigekuwa RIP.
Did the gumboots RIP peace ama pia ziliokolewa?
 

Purr_27

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Had a crush on a ka neighbour girl, one day their parents were not around so they left the kids and keys in our house. I hid the keys thinking it would force the family to sleep in our house and I would be let to sleep with girl. Their dad broke the door after the search for the keys proved futile. After this I knew my plan had not worked and I played my small bro into believing he found the lost keys
Ufisi ulianza mapema
 
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Had a crush on a ka neighbour girl, one day their parents were not around so they left the kids and keys in our house. I hid the keys thinking it would force the family to sleep in our house and I would be let to sleep with girl. Their dad broke the door after the search for the keys proved futile. After this I knew my plan had not worked and I played my small bro into believing he found the lost keys
Damn nigga, that was diabolical!
 

Web Dev

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#12
I couldn't wrap around my head FX in movies or TV. Used to think that mzungu has a machine that can record dreams and make movies. Stupid me.
 
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badworries

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was stayin in a bedsitter with my mum huko eastleigh. One day she came home early, kufungua mlango akapata niki dry fry poko. Alifunga mlango akaenda akawachia mama mboga pesa n she dissapeared for 1 week
 
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I thought that gumboots were the equivalent of a human 4WD so when I was bought a pair so going to school there was this stream that was full of raging waters.

I smiled knowing that this is the perfect place to prove my thoughts mimi miguu ndani ya river si nilibebwa na maji if only some older school girls didn't save me nigekuwa RIP.
:oops: :oops:
 
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