Tag Archives: women

Of Deputy governor and mistress(es)

Post Views = 6609The water is swirling and sharks circling ready to devour him, tear him into a thousand pieces. The sharks in this case are extra generous and even willing to share their meals with other creatures of the sea. The have sent word across the deep ends of their territories for friends and foes alike to join them …

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The Affair: Part One

Post Views = 1100The white lingerie was lying on my bed. I picked it up and hung it on the rack, rubbing my cheek in the fabric and smelling the faint sweet scent of the lady who came occasionally for lighthearted interludes away from a husband who was all but impotent but nevertheless loved. We suited each other well: perfectly …

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The Boy Vs The Girl Child

Post Views = 924  Here we are. After the girl child has received acclamation for her struggles and many efforts have gone into empowering her, those from the opposite gender begin crying fowl. Oh we have been left out. Our interests have been ignored. The girl child is being favoured. So on and so forth.   Where were you when …

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The Scramble and Partition for Likes

Post Views = 1278Social media has become our world. A world where acceptance matters a lot; perhaps even a lot more than it matters in the real world. Sometimes I’m inclined to think that people are more concerned about how they look to fellow netizens than how they look in reality. Giving rise to a generation of social media addicts …

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To the Single Ladies

Post Views = 2673I feel so tired and sorry seeing women cry every now and then on social media over how some other woman stole their man. The story is a cliché and always goes like…”Oooh so and so stole my man, she’s such a b****, a slut with no self respect….but I’ll leave it to Karma” My point, a …

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Mantalk

Post Views = 7353Beware of strong lingo. This week’s post is coming fairly ahead of schedule for obvious reasons that people are in the election mood (erection for my friends from Kiambu), or something close to it. This is like a surprise wedding, an early delivery of an infant scheduled for the next two months. For story lovers, it is …

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