Why Don't We Question Some Traditions

#1
Knights would get down on one knee in front of their lord as a display of respect, obedience, and loyalty. ... "So when a courteous gentlemen was proposing to his lady, pledging his allegiance to her and declaring his undying love for her, getting down on one knee was the natural thing to do

1.You will also be feeding,protecting and clothing another being and in African tradition pay dowry yet you bend on one knee as if the other party is doing you a favour.
 

kanguthu

Village Elder
#9
Knights would get down on one knee in front of their lord as a display of respect, obedience, and loyalty. ... "So when a courteous gentlemen was proposing to his lady, pledging his allegiance to her and declaring his undying love for her, getting down on one knee was the natural thing to do

1.You will also be feeding,protecting and clothing another being and in African tradition pay dowry yet you bend on one knee as if the other party is doing you a favour.
So how dd u propose to your better half?
 
#15
Wtf...yenyewe these are the MGTOW extremists. Dowry ni upuss but bending the knee once and your wife bending her back to wash your clothes and cook your food for a lifetime simply does not compare. Pride ingine ni upuzim
Realistically speaking, how many women in Nairobi do you know that wash clothes for their family? most employ mama fua and cooking is in a microwave, and do not tell me that Kenyan food is difficult to cook,it is very dry and unseasoned, you should see the time spent by Indian,Asian,Arab,CoaStAL-Swahili,Nigerian or Latin American women in preparing a meal and compare to Nduta,Adhis or Nyawira,Kenyan women have it easy,maybe American women wash clothes where getting a house help is expensive and they use laundry machines
 
#18
Realistically speaking, how many women in Nairobi do you know that wash clothes for their family? most employ mama fua and cooking is in a microwave, and do not tell me that Kenyan food is difficult to cook,it is very dry and unseasoned, you should see the time spent by Indian,Asian,Arab,CoaStAL-Swahili,Nigerian or Latin American women in preparing a meal and compare to Nduta,Adhis or Nyawira,Kenyan women have it easy,maybe American women wash clothes where getting a house help is expensive and they use laundry machines
I know a couple but siwezi itikia bibi anioshee nguo pia. I have been cleaning my clothes for the longest time so it is either mimi or mama fua. Kama ni bibi get her a washing machine so she doesn't have to break her back and probably she has to look after your kids too.

I get what you mean though. Siku hizi finding a chiq that is willing to do wife duties is hard especially if she is not working herself. If she is a stay at home wife and she does nothing to keep your house running huna bahati.
 

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