an enemy edition
Well i kind of have an anecdote.
When oromos(an ethnicity in ethiopia) were tribal, there was a "tradition" where young men would go out and kill people, chop of the victims tits or cock and then present it to a woman he fancies.
When my grandfather(on my mother's side) was a baby, his mother was a victim of this..."tradition". It happened when she was even holding him on her back.
Oh thank god. Because I am extremely lazy.
If there is one thing tho. Africans are really awful with arriving on time to things. My maths teacher told me that. Made me chuckle because my brothers and dad are exactly like that.
>Poor punctuality is such a brake on Ivory Coast's economic development that the West African country has come up with a novel way to combat tardiness: win a house if you demonstrate you can turn up on time.
Backed by President Laurent Gbagbo and devised by a local public relations firm, "Punctuality Night" kicked off at eight o'clock sharp Saturday night, rewarding business people and civil servants for exceptional timekeeping.
Pitched with the slogan "'African time' is killing Africa, let's fight it," its organizers hope to heighten awareness of how missed appointments, meetings or even late buses cut productivity in a region where languid tardiness is the norm.
Legal adviser Narcisse Aka, winner of what the organizers hope will be an annual event, is so unusually good at being punctual that his colleagues call him "Mr White Man's Time."
Djibouti imo. N-next Dubai :DDDD
I'm really thinking about dropping my Somaliland nationality and switiching to Djiboutian. They are Somali like us anyways
It's quite stable, no terror shit going on. Also the people aren't bigots since they allow a bunch of churches to be constructed. It's pretty much landlocked Ethiopia's port. A lot of Ethiopia's goods come through Djibouti which earns them quite a lot of monies. There are many military bases there, like American ones, Japenese, French and now Chinese. I just hope the horny soldiers don't fuck the Somali Djiboutians though
Nice. I used to work at retail back when I was 16-18. I had to dress as pic related sometimes and greet the costumers at the entrance to the store (Bilka - Danish version of Wal Mart). It was hot, smelt like sweat, the airconditioner inside made you feel sick and I had to wear it for 2 hours. I also worked at the cash register. Man those were some fun days... :')
I think Danes are quite normal compared to Swedes. But it's hard to make friends here imo. You make your friends at school, work or whatever local sport clubs, but outside of that and you are probably screwed. You can only really make stranger friends if you both are drunk.
>You make your friends at school, work or whatever local sport clubs, but outside of that and you are probably screwed.
Only ever talk to strangers if they ask about something, like directions. I don't think it's any easier to just make friends in Sweden or Norway.
Not at all. Norwegian is alright. The Caliphate of Sweden needs to get its shit together though.
we wuz kangs and shit.
nothing has changed cept now we dont have a functioning government. and you have to pay for private school security and medical. apart from that life is the same.
>if you stand in a que people just chit chat.
I was on the bus yesterday from uni and there were a couple of girls talking and laughing loudly in the back. I'm sure I wasn't the only one slightly annoyed.
Same here. And they still talk to you no matter how unwelcoming you make your body language. fucking normies
>sit on the bus at the window seat
>know the bus isn't completely full and there's more seats towards the back
>bus stops and people come on board
>glance at who's coming in
>accidentally look a woman in the eyes
>look out the window
>she sits down next to you
For helvede altså..
It's well meant.
>Sit on the bus
>Bus is full so I sit next to this man
>Bus stop, people getting off
>More free seats
>Don't know if I should change seats or not but I don't want to be seen as rude
>Keep sitting next to this man even though the seat right next to him is free
>Almost all seats are free now and I still sit next to him
>Sit next to him for 25 minutes
Was I in the wrong? Should I have changed seats? Even though this shit happened 5 years ago I'm still bugged by it. To this day I feel insecure in buses/trains because of it :'(
>He may face charges for making anti-Islamic statements, a crime under Belgian and European Union laws
Is being within 10cm of someone so devastating?
I handle these situations by standing up and walking to the driver and asking him something like "does this bus stop at [my stop]?". after that I just sit down to the closest seat.
Generally, yes. Even if it's a cute grill.
>talking to the bus driver
>bus drivers are npc's, nothing social about talking to them
We can't all yell cunt, have daily barbeques, smash abbos, and wear shorts and tank-tops
I usually just change seat in such situations now, but I feel like a major asshole and I will stress about what the person thinks about me
Sounds way more autistic anon
Tyrone didn't show up with the drugs and now the prostitutes we are trying to smuggle to Sweden won't shut up about being abducted. We may or may not have to knock them out ourselves :(
How was your day?
>the only white people itt are the ones actually living in africa
>dis altyd fokken mistig
>dis ver van die dorp af
>daars baie vlooie/bosluise/slange
>die oumense daar moan baie
>daar is net een ingang na die plek en dis by die kakste deel van die kafferlokasie
>ek weet nie of nogsteeds nie, maar hulle het baie daar ingebreuk en daar was al moorde
>jy verdwaal in jou moer in want die strate is nie logies uitgelê nie
>hippies wat jou kak gee as jy slange doodmaak
>hippies wat jou kak gee as jy die bouperseel skoonmaak en iets """""inheems""""" uithaal
Nooit gedink ek sal 'n greentext van danabaai maak nie
Ja daar is baie ou mense wat daar aftree, en baie mense wat plekke daar koop om by die see te wees, maar die see daar is nie lekker nie. Jy kan gladnie by die strande daar swem nie want jy sal versuip, maak nie saak hoe goed jy swem nie jy kan nie teen daai strome swem nie, Danabaai front die oop see, dis hoekom dit so baie mis en wind ook kry. Daar is ook nie 'n polisie stasie nie, hulle is afhanklik van die een in die lokasie, wat net swart is.
Jy kan maar vir jouself besluit, daar is mense wat mal is daaroor, ek sou eerder kyk vir 'n plek in die dorp of anders hartenbos.
Dit was toe dit gebou was, so vroeë 1990's 'n netjies wit area tot so in die begin 2000 toe hulle begin intrek het, nou lyk dit al soos 'n lokasie op dele, ek sal maar liewers dit vermy. Daar is goeie dele en dan is daar erg kak dele. Die beste sal maar wees soos jy sê bly eers hier en ry deur die buurte. Hartenbos is 'n goeie wit plek as jy nie omgee om bietjie uit die dorp uit te wees nie, die plekke meer george se kant toe is ook netjies, maar dit is nou weer heelwat verder uit, die dorp area self is die beste.
My kind of man!
Also maids are only there because they're dirt cheap (I used to pay mine back home R130 for a nine hour work day, which is less than $10.
Also my kind of man! Seriously though Cape Town, for the most part anyway, is a shining example of what the whole of Africa could be like if everyone could get over themselves and their fake oppression.
This I also agree with.
This was my absolute fucking biggest issue with public transport in Cape Town. Like be lively and happy, but Jesus if you're sitting next to each other there is no need to shout.
I'm doing a lot of agreeing here, but damn I'd marry a britfag just for the passport.
Cheer up m8, you've got a lot to live for. You have a sick passport, get out there and get shit done,
My friends father went there and all he had to say was everything was very cheap
The low gas prices are really great at the moment but our economy is oil based so deep down it's like
Minister of Finance: "how would you like your economy"
President Zuma: "just fuck my shit up fåm"
I support the independent cape republic
30c and 80% humidity @ 21:49
It wasn't a fair fight SADF had combat experience and good equipment, fighting against a newly assembled army with Russian WWII equipment