…make mistakes because they just can’t concentrate. There should be a clear way for us to remind people that concentration is important at work. The other day I almost fought a barber, who got carried away by gossip while cutting my hair and ended up extending my forehead’s dimensions just like that.
Now, how on earth am I supposed to go around with an exaggerated forehead all because this barber could not resist contributing his ignorance-laden opinion on whether Manchester should have bought Christiano Ronaldo? Just imagine if such a fool was a neurosurgeon.
…think they can transfer their desperate situation to others. I wonder where some people acquire the special kind of stupidity they exhibit. Take for example the jokers on Kigali Life who say they are selling something at a certain price that is non-negotiable, yet the item is a used one and the seller has a few days left in Kigali.
You have few days to go and you want me to buy your old, weather beaten shoes at a non-negotiable price? Do you think you are now a small supermarket or what? Your stuff is old; time is not on your side so it is pointless to give tough conditions. You can as well take your old lousy stuff with you back to wherever you came from.
…can never make up their minds. How hard can it be for you to decide what you want to eat or drink if indeed you are hungry or thirsty? Don’t you just hate the kind of people who keep waitresses standing for hours as they look at the menu as though it is some kind of encyclopaedia? Are you there to get a meal or it is some kind of disguised research?
Not surprisingly, these are likely to be the same jokers who will complain that their order has taken ages to come. Do you think the restaurant plans for your indecision?
…are jealous at the way others spend their money. I think it is bad enough that some people among us are poor (I am only poor on some days so I am not on that list). However when you combine poverty with stupidity then you have the reason why some countries are called third world even without being told who is in the second world.
I am really sick and tired of idlers who pass time just discussing how someone was wasting money by going to a certain event or buying something. Get a life, you loser. It is not your money being spent here so your opinion is basically irrelevant.
If you really feel so bad about how people spend their money, get a column and write about financial literacy or start an NGO to ‘empower’ those people through some kind of ‘capacity building’. Otherwise for now I think it is better if your lips remained in close contact.
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