This is Zimbabwe, we have the highest literacy level in Africa and a proclivity for the utilisation of gargantuan articulatory conduits. Why couldn’t he just say ‘we like using big words’?! That’s what we’re talking about today, our love for big words.
They say God made Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve. Very cute, but because it rhymes doesn’t mean it’s true. If the creator, Obatala, can bring babies into the world retarded, is it not conceivable that sometimes he puts a female ‘spirit’ in a male body?
There are two types of blacks I’d let Winnie Mandela ‘necklace’ with burning tyres any day: the one who treats another like the white master used to, and the one who believes in white-supremacy, finds it his duty to uphold it as gospel
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From selling vagina-tightening creams to impersonating a police officer and setting up a roadblock to do you know what, unemployment in Zimbabwe merely provides inspiration for the creative mind in search of money making opportunities.
It is not enough that we have words like peruse which mean what they mean and the exact opposite of it, mankind just had to have more languages than the tone of their skins and sometimes that really causes a problem…
I look around and all about me is dust, it has swallowed up the giants of our infanthood. We are the men now, this is the future and history is behind us. One day this land shall look upon some for guidance and leadership.
One of the problem with Africans is that when they become educated they begin to despise their roots. I don’t talk poetry, I live it. People often say they will do anything for their lovers but balk when asked to buy them.
In the good old days there were no unemployed graduates, and poetry was a sacred office. No one painted a leader in a loinskin with his member dangling, although technically you could assassinate the king with a rock. As for culture…