My primary school teacher used to cane us under our feet for not completing our homework in time. I used to think that she was so bad a teacher to even cane when she found us in giggles during class time.
Today I realize why it was so important for her not to spare the rod and spoil the little tot. But now I am wondering; How dare a young girl of five years or so sue her dear parent for landing a slap on her face?
This is absolutely hilarious, isn’t it? It is the young girl who gush bergs not the dad. Any ways, that is in the developed world where all has been achieved to the limits, no sense of hunger at all.
You haven’t heard the best part yet, in their own world ‘under age’ adults have intimate relationships and tank as much booze as they can.
My big question is; Is it the same in Rwanda? I can share my experiences; yes I can because I have realized some things we take personal end up being told in too much gossip talk.
A prince charming may easily be amazed when he discovers that his gorgeous woman has screamed the heist about something secret among many of her lady friends.
Let me let you in a simple experience I had with the Rwandan girl some time back. She had been my Clyde for about a year and everything was moving fine till I discovered she had been gossiping too much with her lady friends about our relationship.
Our intimacy couldn’t last any longer since she had no shelf in her small heart for our private files. The point of this whole issue is how can we make the Rwandan woman do without the too much gossip talk all the time in a cool relationship?
Too much alcohol will always be tanked to the limits for it is not that an astounding matter and the actual sense is that women never drink that much.
In the developed nations, whether it is a young couple or old; the Bonnie or Clyde gives his or her partner enough space and allows their love to mature comfortably without weeds.
The nature of our intimate relationships seems to match those of the dark ages in Western Europe. Dating back to those times, people were living in cultural decline between the decline of the Roman empire and the start of the 15th century.
I am not implying that we are living in some backwardness; it is only that our relationships shouldn’t take twists and turns because of gossip and other deeds that are a time bomb ready to destroy their future.
Our Rwandan woman has got the potential to up her game in a relationship with no other strings attached. Giving chance for a relationship to grow is by far the best choice to make so as feather-bed it