Friday, December 16, 2005

Be careful of woman who loves the Bar Scene..:-)))

I'm about to go for happy hour and now I read this in NATION. Ha! ha! he has just aroused my curiosity on what to expect when I visit the Kenyan bar scene.It seems that the "chaser and the chased" modus operandi has changed over the years. This will really be fun to see"Live in action" as opposed to reading it. I have a very technical imagination, I'm already in Nai and I'm cracking up here just imagining a chile approaching a kijana and using this lame line.. ati "Hi handsome , you look like 50cent , lets get to know each other".....LOL,LMAO!!!

"Beware of the woman who loves the bar " BY Oyunga Pala -Nation

http://www.nationmedia.com/dailynation/nmgcontententry.asp?category_id=1&newsid=63563

Ati"They have no ability to discriminate. That you are male and you have a pulse is all that matters. These have a way of getting to you, before you get to them. Some say it's a psychic ability but I say it's pure lust. That's what alcohol does to people. These are the days when women believe in scoring, so unless you want to be a one night-stand candidate, put on a less revealing T-shirt. It's okay to admit that some of us lack skills in these matters and boys shouldn't be embarrassed about it. You are better off swallowing your pride and using the services of a go-between to avoid these psycho women"
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He he..ati psychic ability ....ha!ha!What does he mean these days women believe in scoring ..Haiya, this has been in place long time ago...:-))

LMAO ....Ati"These days, you find boys trying to look like characters in popular music videos, and hoping the girls will pick out the resemblance. Seriously, do these guys expect that some pretty face would walk up to them and say, 'Hi handsome! You look like 50 cents. Let's get to know each other better?' Men are having a hard time meeting women these days because of such lame tactics"

LMAO

With this kind of comic scenery, I need to be in Nairobi to be entertained .This is much better than a Karaoke bar:-)) . Na kweli I have been away from Nairobi social scene for long. The happy hours here are boring compared to what I'm reading here


"Men have become such vicarious attention seekers it's embarrassing. It is as though overnight, the script was flipped and women became the visual creatures while men were forced to parade around like peacocks- this used to be the preserve of women. That is why I feel obliged to tell all those young men who think they know it all, to sit up straight and listen to some valuable advise. Don't chase women, don't be a jock. You mustn't take female expectations very seriously because they are rarely stimulated by logic. Sex appeal is 20 per cent what you've got, and 80 per cent what girls think you've got! How else do those short, plump, short types get to walk in the company of gorgeous models?:

What does he mean do not take women expectation seriously because they are not stimulated by logic" Haiya what bars is he making this observation, Karumaindo , princess (is that bar still around, that was a ka joint from KU -CARNI stopover..)..wewe I'm not sure who these women are who are not stimulated by logic....well that depends though what the interest one has withe the prey:-)

When women say they desire a strong man, someone who can offer security, they do not exactly mean you have to aspire to be a bouncer.

LOL......................

Well I had so much fun reading this..entertaining!

13 comments:

Acolyte said...

Yes it was a funny article but a bit sketchy if you ask me.But I do agree with this point "You mustn't take female expectations very seriously because they are rarely stimulated by logic."If it was true then scientists and comp geeks would have to beat women away with sticks.Women dont want men who make them think they want men who make them feel a certain way.I mean the last guy you enjoyed dating did you date him coz he made you feel like a woman or think like a woman?I rest my case....

jke said...

Damn it, I guess I will have to rethink my strategy...

Yet, the key question is: how can anyone KNOW what women REALLY want if they themselves don't even know what they want most of the time.

Irena said...

Acolyte&JKE: Do not be too harsh ati we do not know what we want. I think most women know what they want but use the wrong tactics to get it. I also think you guys do not recognize a good woman because being blinded by women stereotype. Hey I know what I want and if I find it I go for it although at times being too aggressive is perceived by guys as being "desperate"mmmmmmm.....

jke said...

Oh then of course I have to correct my assumption that women fall for me not because they are so desperate but just because I am like the perfect son-in-law...

Yeah, right...

The Humanity Critic said...

That was definitely entertaining...

Poi said...

Great read, thanks for sharing :)

akiey said...

Now this is the kind of stuff that makes me wake my neighbours up with laughter:))! It's been a while since I last read Oyunga's articles but I've always wondered where & with whom he hangs out.

I'd want to believe he does/says all this stuff for fun but I beg to differ. Very funny take on what some women see in men even though men know the facts are all or in part different.
My take about myself has always been "Am not Adonis so it's got to be something else she sees",LOL!

Shiroh said...

Kumbe i am not the only person who read this article!

Shiroh said...

jke, i know what i want namely; YOU ARE ONLY MINE AND MINE ALONE na Sitashare, YOU FRIENDS, YOUR FAMILY,come second to ME,I deserve to be loved and IF YOU CAN'T STAY AWAY,COMMITMENT,RESPECT,PATIENCE

Irena said...

@JKE: The "desperation thingy" is real and guys get scared wits when I woman show interest and go for it because according to "love experts" one is supposed to play the stupid game of being hunted and plya hard to get 1920s game:-) .About you being the perfect son-in -law ,dunno for sure maybe with the mothers:-) but fathers may not like the competition with your vintage car collection:-)

@Humanity: yes a good article to end the week.
Poi & Shiro:Thanks and glad I shared it.
Akiey: I agree I have been tafutaring Oyunga's articles and I found him.I wonder what Wahome Mutahi take on this if he were still alive:-)

jke said...

Irena, ati, that mzee issue shall be solved by a weekend with him in those yellow painted houses with that elephant logo painted on.

Irena said...

Jke: That might work :-).However if he is a Kyuk, remember to carry with you a thick brown envelop with some welcoming contents, mutiple of 100(s) works wonder......

Joseph Walking said...

lol now i dont frequent pubs-just for the record but if i chick walked up to me and said i looked like 50 i would be offended..

every chick(and no not many) who has ever asked to go out with me has never looked the same again. i thought it was cool until it happend to me if i even get a hint its about to happen i run like crazy