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How to know one’s place when it’s raining

1. If it’s raining Mercedes and Audis … then that’s Muyenga.
2. If it’s raining thighs and hips … that’s Kabalagala.
3. If it’s raining buveeras and toilet rolls, that’s Kamwokya.
4. If it’s raining bullets and teargas, no doubt … that’s Kasangati.
5. If it’s raining kikomando and exams … that’s Kikoni and Makerere.
6. If it’s raining kalo and malakwang … that’s Gulu.
7. If it’s raining nsenene and nswa … that’s Masaka.
8. If it’s raining milk, eshabwe and ghee, don’t ask, that’s Mbarara.
9. If it’s raining lakes and rivers, it is obvious, you are in Bwaise.
10. If it’s raining witchcraft and iron bars … that’s Mukono.
11. If it’s raining dust and backwardness, that’s Banda.
12. When it’s raining jiggers, bicycles and chapattis … that Busoga.
13. If it’s raining pork and beer, don’t ask, that’s Nakulabye.
15. If it’s raining punches and left hooks, that’s Golola’s face.
16. The time it’s raining waragi, malwa, mulokonyi and road side katogo… that’s Kitintale.
17. It’s raining mbalu and malewa. That’s Mpale … sorry, Mbale.
18. Raining empty buveeras of vodka, you are near KIU hostels.
19. If it’s raining cats and dogs, you stay along Entebbe Road.
20. If it’s raining scrap and used electric appliances, you are in Katwe.
21. If it’s raining Kazinda, billions and dollars, then you work in the PM’s office.
22. When you find it raining arrogantly with irish potatoes, muramba and enturire then it’s Kabale.
23. If you find it raining with bushes, kuber and weed, you may be in Magere.
24. If it’s raining chicken, muchomo and gonja, you are in Lukaya or Namawojolo.
25.If it’s raining detoothers, and chicken tonight, please check your wallet, you may be in Wandegeya.
26. If it’s not raining, and not even drizzling, my friend, what are you doing in Karamoja?

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