Monthly Archives: November 2014

They Now Drink Like Our Fathers

Ladies have in the past accused me of being archaic in my thinking, as a man still stuck in the caveman days with a tyrant mentality of our forefathers. This could not be further from the truth. The first day … Continue reading

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That Night You Get To Sleep In a Lodge, Part 1

Disclaimer: The writer wasn’t sleeping there for coital reasons. The courses you choose at campus tend to determine the person you will be all your life. So last month I travelled to Kasese to do engineering related work. Arriving at … Continue reading

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Tales of the Village Trip and Old Age

Last week as I was travelling back from the village there was this kid aged around 7 years who took the seat next to me. Knowing how rare taxis travel from this village, the grandmother had brought the boy early … Continue reading

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My Village Girl

She …. Whose heart is tender and kind, Has gazed her way into my heart. She whose lips are round like an egg hatched by a nyankole chicken, Whose smile is like the winding of the river Rwizi, Has laughed … Continue reading

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Our Dear Desire’d Sex Leaks

On Monday a friend of mine got a boda-boda accident so yesterday I went to see him in one of these big hospitals around Kampala. As I was walking in the corridors looking for the ward number, I happened to … Continue reading

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