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Of Kampala babes who go out just to hook up hot dudes!

 

Have you ever been out on a chilled Friday to have a good time only to end up being sandwiched by a bevy of confused girls? This was the plight of some two guys at a hang out recently. Everyone wondered what was happening as the confused lot, stuck on the duo who tried to shove them off without much luck.

Now, what is wrong with such people? What goes in their minds when they step out? In my world for example, everything in life must have an agenda, a plan and mode of execution. Meaning that, by the time one sets off to party or have fun, they should know where they are going, how they are going, what they are going to spend on, in whose company they will be at and estimated time they intend to spend out.

So when some people choose to be scattered and then later run stories of how they ended up in the wrong hands, it beats one’s understanding. Imagine this, so many people walk into places with different motives. The world today is too harsh to leave room for disappointments. When today’s young lady steps out to a bar or restaurant, they should know better and handle themselves in the rightful manner. This entails keeping the right company, planning for the night and above all sticking to what works.

These things of losing it and reaching out to any seemingly good looking guy or babe for that matter is so irresponsible. The irony of all this is that a couple of years back, even in their drunken state, women would never throw themselves at men or even give off the impression that they are interested in them. Sadly it is the opposite today.
I have also ever seen the lot that identify their target then shyly dance around them to as if lead them on but when the dude gets the message and dares to make the bold move, the chick will scatter? Then one wonders, what she was thinking leading the guy on in the first place? Oh! The drama that happens out there!

This therefore gets one thinking, is it hard to have some clean decent fun without the drama? I mean, is it hard to just walk into a place, identify a comfortable drama-free zone, sip on whatever it is that one wants to sip on and chat away in good company? At the end of the day, if one has no money to pay for drinks or to pay for entrance to a certain spot, why should they insist on getting there in the first place? Why should one set themselves up for a desperate situation that might put their life in danger anyway? Is it worth it really?

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