Society Debate: Is de-toothing right for campusers?

Hell no!I refute the statement, why de-tooth? De-toothing literally means extorting money to fulfill financial desires. Since most university students are so broke that they cannot afford to sustain their partying sprees, they decide to hook up with the-working -class

Hell no!

I refute the statement, why de-tooth?

De-toothing literally means extorting money to fulfill financial desires. Since most university students are so broke that they cannot afford to sustain their partying sprees, they decide to hook up with the-working -class.

De-toothing is a behavior or set up that calls for abuse of social and cultural traits.  Sugar daddy/ Sugar mummy relationships arise from the need for youngsters to satisfy their materialistic thirst.

Campaigns denouncing cross generational sex will be a myth if de-toothing is not discouraged in Universities. Even with benefits such as the living allowance worth Rwf25, 000 they go ahead and de-tooth.

Just because their peers can’t afford to cater for the kind of lifestyle they want to lead, most university students opt to relate with men or women close to the age of their parents.

In some universities, they have slang or names for their peers such as ‘Kids league’ literally meaning they are so broke that they can’t roll with them.  They prefer hanging out with the ‘Working class’ because they can afford to foot their bills.

Campus students should remember that there are nasty risks that come with de-toothing. I will tell you a story of some girls who paid dearly for their de-toothing stunts.

Simon a working class dude was interested in Stella who lived at one of the Universities around. He offered to take her out for dinner at Kigali Serena Hotel.  With Stella‘s de-toothing skills, she decides to bring along four other girlfriends.

Simon was so shocked to see this gang of girls since he expected one person. Instead he got the shock of his evening when was introduced to the four girls! Such a basket full to feed, was a crazy startup team.  Poor Simon expected the girls to order for soft drinks which he could afford.  But two of the girls ordered for a bottle of Martini which was equivalent to the price of a meal for two people.

Luckily, Simon saw where his unfortunate situation was leading to—his wallet was not as happy as the girls had perceived.

He politely excused himself to go to the gents. He didn’t return. The smartly dressed campus ladies didn’t have more than Rwf10, 000 on them yet the bill was a staggering Rwf220, 000.

They were told to wash dishes for four days to cater for the bill.

There is time for everything; campus is a time to learn and graduate and not to acquire expensive accessories. If you can’t stand a miserable life of lack, try getting a part-time job.

Dorau20@yahoo.co.uk

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