…claim to be sick only to spend the day on Facebook.
Technology has started making some people fools and they are now trying to make fools of others. I just do not like those people who tell their bosses that they are sick and therefore will not be able to turn up for work but have the time and strength to be on Facebook the whole time. What happened to sick people needing a rest? Has any doctor described Facebook as new therapy?
Or maybe at work these people are so busy that they cannot find time for the internet and therefore have to fake sickness in order to Facebook. Bosses should investigate these cheap liars and even demand full medical reports not Facebook reports.
…pretend to show concern when it is too late.
Some of us were really shocked to hear about the fire that recently gutted B-Club. However some pretenders chose to join us pretending they cared so much about the misfortune faced by this nightspot.
These people have never visited this club and now they are boring us with Facebook messages about how they are going to ‘miss’ the place. These jokers do not even know in which district this club is located.
Actually I recognised one of them when he told me, “Have you heard about the fire at B-club? I hope A-Club was not affected!” These are the people who cry at funerals when they are not even sure if the dead person was male or female.
…ask useless questions in public.
Why do some people just love publicising their foolishness? I think I am about to start beating up brainless chaps I meet in public taxis. These guys ask the most annoyingly baseless questions I have ever heard.
After notifying the driver that you have reached your destination point and the taxi has come to a stop, you inform the person in front of you that you need to get out. Instead of the guy getting up and moving out so that you too can leave, the stupid guy asks you, “Uravamo? (Are you getting out?).
How do you answer such a question without getting physical? Of course I am getting out, did you think I was going to sleep in this piece of scrap?
…blame the government for all their problems.
Of late the rain Kigali has been receiving has simply been more than what we had prayed for. Several places in and around the city were left flooded. I soon found a job of hating when I started hearing some of the people in these places blaming the whole thing on government.
The government of Rwanda may be rich but it does not have rain! And is it not the same government that keeps trying to relocate these people, that faces so much resistance? It is not a crime to be poor but staying in flood-prone areas and then blaming the government is not a very wise strategy.
…try to act sophisticated to impress others.
Now I really understand why they say you can get a man out of the village but you may not be able to get the village out of this man. I witnessed this last week when a middle aged gentleman in a restaurant refused to eat chicken for breakfast.
When the waitress brought him two slices of bread, he tried to eat the bread like it was chicken! He used a knife and fork but the bread just became crumbs.
As if that was not enough, when he was done, he picked a toothpick! What he did not know was that he made a good job of trying to sophisticate his village antics!
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