Thursday, March 09, 2006

Can't understand

Eventually, even with the most celebrated romances, there is bound to be turbulence. When that happens, people are forced to stop and search themselves and ask that all important question, WTF am I doing here, acting the clown with this here chick?

The dude in the mix realizes that Kansas has gone bye bye when chick over there starts acting strange. She wants ALL his time and all his space. She wants him to drop everything when she steps in the area. Now, what’s with that!?

Females will have to help me understand them better. Coz I’ve tried and honestly, I think I’ve not made much headway. I don’t think I’m going to understand how a person who attracted you because of his long dreads can suddenly start looking unsexy because of his dreads. For crying out loud, only his mama is allowed to make comments about his hair. If you don’t want to hang with a dude who does his hair, what were you thinking in the first place?

And they try all the tricks. They use the tear jerker thing and they use the gift thing. They put on faces when competition shows up and wear their hems higher every time, if it’ll get your attention. Then you turn your head and all hell breaks loose. Suddenly, they own you. It’s the same thing as happens when a chick starts that carrying-her-wardrobe-into yours. When you play the fool, they strike.

Kampala is the city where you get this drama in the fullest doses. The girls are on the prowl. They’ve read their Danielle Steel and listened to all the Mariah Carey they could find. They are in the ‘right’ state of mind. And they are going to get you, no matter what you say. If it happened for that chick in the TV soap, it’s going to happen for them.

That’s how Kampala will be won.


Blogger ish said...

gotta love drama. esp the home-wrecking kind!

6:30 PM  
Blogger Degstar said...

join the club mate, been warning u off those mummiez but wld u listen? noooooo...!!! well now, u laid ur bed, sleep in it

9:52 AM  

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